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This black and white printed postcard contains correspondence from a constable in Kansas regarding a reward for stolen horses. Printed text is on the front and handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Seneca (Kan.), Nemaha County (Kan.), Announcements, Awards, Wanted posters, Posting signs & notices, Theft, Horses, Pawnee (Okla.)
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"Postcard: $100 Reward" (1894). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1230.
$100 Reward. Team of Four-Year-Old Mares. Stolen on the night of January 9, 1894. One black Mare weight about 1400 lbs., with large star in face. Small white spot on right side 4 inches back of back band and 4 inches below back bone; well built; short tail reaches about the hock. The other dark iron gray, light grizly face; weight about 1200 lbs. Drove to an old platform spring wagon, rod through box under seat front wheel on right hand side badly scratched by rub iron on bottom of box; notched brake on outside; one set heavy double farm harness. Collar pads, collars open at bottom; The lines were different, one heavy new line, the other with a buckle back of check for check for third horse. Open bridles, with a fancy face piece from top of head with metal sewing and a ring just below the eyes, similar to a martingale. $100 Reward for recovery of Team and capture of Thief. Address - W. P. Harrison, constable, Seneca, Kansas. Member of No. 201 A. H. T. A. Sherriff Pawnee Ok