Indian Territory (I.T.) used antique postcard. Comic postcard of man paying the restaurant check, "I really had no idea" says he (how much a young lady could eat). Numbered 376 on front and "Souvenir of Ardmore, I. T." on the bottom edge. Hand written on the front, "Hello May! Well, here I am still in Ardmore, don't know when I will leave. Gulf Port, Miss. Regards to all. I. B. J. May 13, '06"
Good condition with normal wear associated with age. Card is sepia-tone corners rounded, very light amount of cancel ink on front, long, light crease along left edge and another across lower right corner and a pin hole top center. Series 1902 Ben Franklin one cent stamp, double canceled. Measures 5 1/2 by 3 1/2 inches.
Mailed before Oklahoma became a state. "Ardmore, Ind. T. May 28, 1906" cancellation on undivided back, as well as one for Houston, Texas June 4, 1906 and Palestine, Texas June 5, 1906.
Item ID: PC -12
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