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- Published by
- S.A. Longenecker & Company, American, founded 1908
- Subject of
- Unidentified Man or Men
- Unidentified Woman or Women
- 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].
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- Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
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- Restrictions & Rights
- Public domain
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- lithographic ink on paper (fiber product) with ink
- H x W: 3 7/16 × 5 3/8 in. (8.7 × 13.7 cm)
- Place used
- Deadwood, Lawrence County, South Dakota, United States, North and Central America
- Penfield, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America
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- National Museum of African American History and Culture Collection
- Memorabilia and Ephemera
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- African American
- American West
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