(3 1/2 x 5 1/2 In) This is an original vintage Asheville Post Card Co. linen postcard from the 1950s. It shows the words to a poem titled, "In Carolina".

"The roses never bloom out black 
In Carolina;
The sun has never shown its back
to Carolina;
The roosters get right up and crow,
And hearts don't beat so very slow,
For heaven and earth both seem to know
It's Carolina.

The days are shorter by an hour
In Carolina;
And people are not near so sour 
In Carolina;
And when I'm ready to cash in,
Just take me back and I'll begin
A glad eternity within
Old Carolina.

The land is nowhere quite so bare
In Carolina;
Nor good things to eat so rare
In Carolina;
And if that great and happy land
That's being made for mortal man,
Ain't built on Carolina's plan,
Tain't no good."

The postcard is unused and is in VERY GOOD condition, faint ghost image on the back. 

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