Description: Corcoran Street looking south. The neoclassical revival building at the foot of street is the "new" First National Bank built in 1913 at 123 West Main Street. The Geer Building stands on the left, the old post office on the right. The area of open sky at the end of Corcoran became the site of the Durham Hosiery Mill (now a parking deck overlooking the downtown loop).
Postmark place and date: Durham Sep 29 1922
Addressee: Miss Marion Jones; Box # 388; Wharton, N.J.
Handwritten text on front of card: none
Handwritten text on back of card: Dear Marion: Just received the bunch of such beautiful cards. Many thanks for them. Will have to hustle myself around and find something to make adequate returns. My friend was in the navy before and during the World's War. Will show him the U.S. harbor soon and ask him if it recalls the days gone past. Best wishes, As ever, "Myrt"
Printed text: E.C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee 15474
Filename: JS128 - JS128b