Description: This "Litho-Chrome" version of the East Campus gates--the entrance to Trinity College--was a popular postcard in the early 1900s. Note the Stagg Pavilion (light stone gazebo on the right). For more about JE Stagg, see JS130.
Postmark place and date: Durham Mar ? 1910
Addressee: Miss Genevieve Tate; High Point N.C.
Handwritten text on front of card: none
Handwritten text on back of card: This is where Dear Gilmer is caged. How do you like the looks of it. Have been through hear every since two thirty am leaving at five. Tell Helen and Jim that I am sorry I couldn't come back for the dance Hall
Printed text: No. C1711 Published by The American News Company, New York. Leipzig-Berlin Litho-Chrome Germany
Filename: JS135 - JS135b