This is an old postcard made of aluminum. The image is applied in such a way that it could literally be wiped clean with soap and water so it is amazing that it has survived for more than 110 years. It has a photo image of a church and there is an inset of a man woman and young girl, possible the Deacon and his family. The caption reads; First Methodist Episcopal Church Irving Park Chicago. Above the family it reads; Christmas 1904. The outer edge of the card has a chased and brushed detail and a punched hole at the top has a green and a red ribbon tied in bows. There is nothing on the back.
It measures about 3 ½” by 5” and is in very nice condition with minimal wear. The silk ribbons are weak and lightly frayed.
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