A photographic postcard featuring a sepia toned image of twelve (12) young men dressed similarly in white jackets with medium toned lapels, dark pants, and dark ties with tie clips. They are arranged in two (2) rows, with five (5) seated in front and seven (7) standing at the back. The three (3) men in the center of the front row are holding a sign that reads [CUBAN KNIGHTS / Social Club]. The number  is printed in the negative, in the bottom left corner. The back of the postcard has the text [POST CARD] printed at the top in black and traced over by hand in pencil. The left half of the page has black printed text that reads [CORRESPONDENCE / Dear Friend: / You are invited to our / ANNUAL FREE MATINEE / West End Hall / Vandeventer and Finney Aves. / Sunday, April 11, '37 4-8 p.m. / Music by / ST. LOUIS CRACKERJACKS / Admission and Checking Free / Thanking you, / The Cuban Knights / Courtesy fee 15c]. The name of the manufacturer, [ORCAJO PHOTO ART, DAYTON, OHIO], is printed vertically to the left of the text. The right half is addressed [To / Sally Cathell / From / Harold Green], handwritten in pencil.
This chromolithographic postcard features a color image of three men riding horses. Each of the men wear hats, long-sleeve shirts, pants and boots. The horse the man in the center of the photograph is riding is attempting to buck its rider. It is standing vertically on its hind legs and its back is arched. The two men on the left and right watch. The man on the left has his back to the camera. There are people standing behind a fence in he distance. On the back of the postcard printed brown text reads [THIS SPACE FOR WRITING MESSAGES / POST / CARD / THIS SIDE SPACE FOR ADDRESSES]. Handwritten text on the left reads [Dear maml: John / will see by [illegible] / I am in Deadwood / I am attegting / Grand Lodge am / having a fine time / wish you was here / the scenery here is / just beatiful / Emma]. The text on the right reads [Mrs. John Horning / Penfield / Penn]. The green postage stamp in the top right corner features an image of Benjamin Franklin and resembles US currency. A stamp in the top center reads [DEADWOOD / MAY 20 / I- 30P / 1909 / S. DAK.].The American flag is stamped over the word [POST CARD].
This real photo postcard depicts a black and white image of men inspecting horses. The photograph is taken from behind the horses. They are all lined up in a row and most of the men are standing in between them. Just right of center, a young boy is standing behind a horse and is looking at the camera. Two houses, several tents and tall trees are visible in the background. On the back of the postcard the word [POST CARD] is printed at the top. The words [CORRESPONDENCE HERE] and [NAME AND ADDRESS HERE] divide the back into two sections. Handwritten text on the left reads [This one does nt / require an envelop. / I [illegible] its very / good of the Colored / troops taken while grooming / their horses / Don't you miss me? / I hope Cora is n't so tired / out she can't continue making / good things for you to eat.]. The name [Nellison] is handwritten in the margin. Handwritten text on the right reads [Henry R. Dort / Roxbury St / Keene / N.H.]. The green postage stamp in the top right corner features an image of Benjamin Franklin. At the top center a black stamp reads [WINCHENDON / OCT 2 / 7- AM / 10 09 / MASS.].
This real photo postcard features an image of men and women outside of a storefront. A group of people are lined up in front of the store. Men on horseback flank each end. Women and children are sitting on the sidewalk in front of the store. Men are standing behind them on the sidewalk and next to them on the left. There are two windows on either side of the front door of the store. The sign or banner has been torn away from the awning. The text at the bottom of the image reads [JOHN A. RAUB STORE, LITTLE EAGLE, S.D. Photo by W.D. Odou Druggist, / McLaughlin, S.D]. The back of the postcard has a postage stamp in the top right corner. The word [POST CARD] is printed across the top and the rest of the space is divided into two parts with the words [CORRESPONDENCE] and [ADDRESS]. In the correspondence section of the postcard, handwritten text reads [7-6-22 / Dear old grandmother how / are you. Hope Vereca & baby / are all right I am also / feeling 20 yrs older I have / a new grandson / Walter Drake Gager. John is home / now feeling better but very weak / & nervous Bud has been here / for a week but has gone now. / write when you can. / with love Josie]. Handwritten text in the address section reads [Mrs Nannie Telfer / Chalmers / Ind / white -Co.]