(3 1/2 x 5 1/2 In) This is an original vintage Charles F. Williams, C. T. Art-Colortone linen postcard from the 1940s. It shows a view of the Betsy Ross House at 239 Arch Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

"The Betsy Ross House is a quaint little shop located on Arch Street near Third where John Ross, at the time of the Revolution kept an upholstery shop. He died in the Continental Army and in May, 1776, Washington and a committee employed Betsy Ross to make a simple flag containing thirteen stars and thirteen stripes which was adopted as the national emblem. The building was restored in 1937 by A. Atwater Kent.", reads the description printed on the back. 

The postcard is unused and is in VERY GOOD condition, minor wear at the edges, blunted corner tips. 

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