(3 1/2 x 5 1/2 In) This is an original antique postcard from the 1910s. It shows an Edwardian woman talking on a candle-stick telephone, "I'd Rather Be Alone Than Be In Bad Company - My But I Am Lonesome."

"Mpls. 8/9/11- Dear Sister + All- As I am a little busy now, with myself, I had to write a card, but will write a letter tomorrow telling all the news. Hope you are all well and doing well, I played on my horn and tonight I am alone so played every piece I had and then some. Am feeling good and doing fine. H. said she would write to you tomorrow, but she was going to come down to see me in the evening. Her father is married. Well tell me all the news. Must close with love to all and hoping this finds you well and enjoying good trade. I am your loving brother, Orrin L. Kenyon.", reads the note written on the back.

The postcard is used and is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, a few minor stains.

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