(5 1/2 x 3 1/2 In) This is an original antique The Buffalo News Co., Poly-Chrome postcard from the 1900s. It shows a view of The Milburn Residence in Buffalo, New York, where President McKinley died on September, 14th, 1901.

"Buffalo N.Y. 3/30/09 - Dear Friend. I received your card and was glad to hear from you. Its too bad those tomatoes wasn't real, I like tomatoes. This is that place where President McKinley suffered for 7 days. Hoping this may find you well. I remain Your Friend, Charles Klein. 289 Walnut St. Buffalo, N.Y.", reads the note written on the back. 

The postcard is used and is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, some paper loss at edges, minor stains and creases, postmark ink transfer on front.

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