Seneca Canal, looking East from Seneca Street Bridge, Seneca Falls, N.Y.
Gives the feeling that one is glimpsing into the daily life activities of Seneca Falls. Shows the street and street life as well as the canal. The picture includes the houses that line the canal shore.
Postal data: posted, postmarked (Indiscernible, N.Y., A(?) 9, 7 PM, 1911); stamp; Postcard type: divided back; Printing information: card number (M 522); Logo (Post Card) in stylized lettering; Trademarks: (AMERICHROME) printed around circle, with clover inside circle containing the letters (A.N.C.), with (N.Y.), (LEIPZIG BERLIN NEW YORK, PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES) printed below clover; Written message (Aug. 9- Dear Bessie: - Received your card yesterday. We expect to leave Seneca Falls 12 minutes before 2 O clock. I will bring some butter if it isn't so terrible [sic] warm that it will get so soft we want to spend the afternoon down [sic] street. We will just be in time for the sales. I suppose it will rain. Love to all. Maud.); Addressee: (Mrs James [indiscernible] Auburn, N.Y., R.F.D.-9); Benjamin Franklin one cent stamp in profile.