Tim Johnson Postcard Collection


J L. Shepherd



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This color printed postcard has two illustrations. On the top is the exterior of a business building. The sign on the building states, "DHS Natural NOT Mineral Water Baths". There are bushes with flowers and a palm tree in front. The bottom illustration is the massage room and tubs inside the bath house. There are two people getting massages in the massage room. There is printed text above and below the illustrations. There is printed text and handwritten text on the back of the card.

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4"x 5" photographic postcard


Abilene (Kan.), Dickinson (Kan.), Bathhouses, Massage therapy, Hot springs, California


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Natural Hot Mineral Water Bath House Desert Hot Springs, California - 6 miles north of U.S. 60, 70 & 99 Massage Room and some of the Specially Designed Tubs Desert Hot Springs, California Natural Hot Mineral Water Bath House is the largest and most modern reinforced concrete bath house in the West. The specially designed tubs afford comfort heretofore unheard of. Located 6 miles North of U. S. Highways 60, 70 & 99. Turn north at Garnet, 4 miles north of Palm Springs. Dear Friends All: We sure hope you all are doing alright. I have not been so hot myself - some neighbors took me over to this place and I got a dip in the hot water sure felt re-laxed this don't show the pools tho, let us hear [Illegible] Our best to all, Frank & Ida Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Shepherd Rt # 3 Abilene, Kansas

Postcard: Desert Hot Springs, California - 6 Miles North of U.S. 60,70 & 99


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