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This black and white photographic postcard depicts three men after fishing. A horse is to the left and the carriage buggy is in the center. A string with large fish runs across the wheels of the buggy. One man stands on each side of the fish, both wearing overalls and hats. A man sits in the buggy and holds up a line with smaller fish. He is also wearing overalls and a hat. There is handwriting at the top of the card and printed text at the bottom. There is handwriting on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Healy (Kan.), Lane County (Kan.), Woodburn (Iowa.), Clarke County (Iowa.), Fishing, Life skills, Correspondence
This item is in the public domain
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Barber, Olive, "Postcard: 4589 Fishing in Western Kansas, Lane County" (1909). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 333.
4589 Fishing in Western Kansas Lane, Co. Walter - Talmage Hollan Dear cousin - Rec’d your letter the other day. was glad you all are well. Am so glad Grandma is better. We are all quite well. It was quite wet here for this country. Hope your momma and Aunt Emma can come out this fall-all of you too. This picture is Walter-my brother and father, must stop will try to write more soon. Edith. Miss Olive Barber Woodburn Iowa.