Picture JS009

Picture JS009B

Description: East Main Street looking east. First Presbyterian Church is on the right (near the corner with Roxboro). In the early years, several saloons were clustered near the downtown railroad tracks. The city passed legislation banning saloons in 1902.

Postmark place and date: Durham Dec 2 1908

Addressee: Miss Caroleen Lambeth; Thomasville; N. Carolina.; Salem St.

Handwritten text on front of card: Hello. You don't know how glad I am to hear from you. Three weeks from to night and I will be at home. I had a fine Thanksgiving. How did you all enjoy yourselves? Your cousin Annabel I would love to have had some of your papa's birthday dinner.

Handwritten text on back of card: Miss Caroleen Lambeth; Thomasville; N. Carolina.; Salem St.

Printed text: The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City. (Germany)

Filename: JS009 - JS009b


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