These two early 20th century postcards are from Enid Oklahoma. One was mailed in 1913 the other is unused. The unused card is a view of the Catholic Church. The other card depicts Loewen Hotel. It is an interesting scene, shot from the corner across from the hotel. You see two sides of the massive red brick and white stone hotel. A large two window, horse drawn, coach can be seen in front of the door on one side of the building. Both of these postcards have significant wear on the corners. The hotel card also has a little edge wear and bleed thru from the postal stamp. These two antique postcards are still interesting and attractive.
2 early 20th century Enid Oklahoma postcards