Real-photo postcard with image of the city hall and public library in River Falls, Wisconsin. Two 1950s cars are parked, including a police vehicle. Text printed on verso: All Rights Reserved -- L.L. Cook Company, Milwaukee. Printed on Kodak paper (used 1950- ). Unused.
Postcard image of men and two women posing in the River Falls, Wisconsin, post office. Left to right: Row 1 (seated): William Chinnock, Earl Hunter Row 2 (seated): Addie Hunter, Gertrude Browell Row 3 (standing): Bill Hawkind, Caesar Speilke, Dennis Collins, Ernest Chinnpck, Bill Davidson, John Haddow. Date from hand-written note on verso. Printed on Azo paper with all four triangles pointed up (used 1904-1918). Postally unused.
Real-photo postcard with image of the Gladstone Hotel in River Falls Wisconsin Embossed flowers surround the image. Date from postmark: Apr 22, 1908; mailed from River Falls, Wisconsin; green 1Â¢ "Gingerbread" Franklin stamp. Message: Addressed to Miss Vera Stevens, Maiden Rock, Wisconsin "Dear Vera, I thot I would send you a picture of our house. Why don't you ans. my letter, tell Ro. C. to ans. to[o] ... From chum Glady [?]."
Postcard with an image of birch trees in Glen Park in River Falls, Wisconsin. Image is surrounded by artwork giving the appearance of being framed. Text on verso: "No. 4218, Published for Taggart's 'Rexall' Drug Story., Bloom Bros. Co., Pub., Minneapolis, Minn. Printed in Germany." Number in postage square: 24299. Unused.
Postcard with image of a portion of Glen Park in River Falls, Wisconsin. Date from postmark: Mar 24, 1908; mailed from River Falls Wis; green 1c "Gingerbread" Franklin stamp. Message: Addressed to Miss Eleanor Burnett, St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. "I hope that all the coming news may be brighter than the last. R.U.C."
Real-photo postcard with image of the Hotel Gladstone and the A. C. Laue Merchant Tailor Dry Cleaning business, on Main Street in River Falls, Wisconsin. There is a man seated on a bench outside the front door and a man standing next to the driver's side door of his car parked in front of the hotel. The Gladstone Hotel was located at 123 S. Main Street. Date from time period Merton owned the hotel (1920-1928). Postcard was not mailed, but was pasted in a scrapbook.
Postcard with image of the women in the River Falls, Wisconsin, Improvement League. There is an ink X on one of the women, but no explanation. The group of women are posing outside. Text printed on verso: Published by Taggart's 'Rexall Drug Store,' River Falls, Wisconsin Date from postmark: Oct 23 1912; mailed from River Falls, Wisconsin; green 1Â¢ Washington stamp. Message on verso: Addressed to Constance Norseng Thorsen, Kenmare, North Dakota. "Dear Tutte, Did you get my letter. Plaese write me a letter. Plaese [sic] write me a letter. I got a now [new?] 11Â¢t doll and I play with her. I like my school so well. I have got a now [new?] kloslin and some klospins [clothespins] I from Margrethe. She and mother went to the city that day. I went to [name] house. I was sick that night. From your little Pauline."
Picture postcard with image of the footbridge Text printed on verso: Published for Taggert's 'Rexall' Drug Store, [by] Bloom Bros. Co. Printed in Germany. Also printed on verso is the Bloom Bros. Co., America, Scenic logo. Message: Addressed to Miss Mabelle Rochester, Minneapolis, Minn. "Dear Mabelle, Cullen and I are in Wisconsin for a few weeks. Cullen had his tonsils and adenoids taken out so brought him here to get fat. He is so skinny. Love to all you ???, Allie M. Higgins, Duluth, Minn."
Postcard with image of a celebration on July 4th in Glen Park, River Falls, Wisconsin. Most of the women's and girls' dresses have been colored, plus the grass and trees, and three American flags. Unused.