These two cards depict different view of the Texas Governor's Mansion in Austin. The first card shows beautiful flowers in full bloom. This card has a message on the back and a canceled one-cent stamp. The card was mailed in Austin, Texas on April 13, 1942. It is in very good condition with only very minor corner bumping and a very slight amount of cancellation ink on the upper left hand border.
The second card is a different side view showing the lovely grounds surrounding the Mansion. This card tells us that the mansion was constructed i 1855 and that its Southern Colonial lines reflect the antebellum days when the great Republic of Texas was in the making. This card in in excellent condition, with only the most minor corner bumping. It was published by Edw. J. Schramel and printed by Dexter Press.
Two nice cards to add to your Texas collection.
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Two Postcards of Governor's Mansion, Austin, Texas