Lake, Wade Park, Cleveland, Ohio (1914)

Lake, Wade Park, Cleveland, Ohio (1914)
Vintage postcard (c. 1914) showing the lake at Wade Park featuring the dolphin-and-centaur sculpture by George Rackle (Rachle) in Cleveland, Ohio.

The description on the front of the card:
Lake, Wade Park, Cleveland, Ohio.

Written Date: July 6, 1914

Era: Divided Back Era
Condition: Used

The message on the back of the card:
Racine, Wisconsin.
July 1914
Dear friend, just a few lines to let you know that I am alive and working.
Did not get a chance to come down before coming back to Racine.
Leeta you can have my wash boiler if you can find a way to get it down there.
Paul says for you to come by there if you can and look over the lace [?].
The mice got in there so they not as good as I thought but she can look them over and see what you can use of them if any [?] perhaps you can find some that can be used.
Bye bye.
Ever a friend.
Yours with love.
523 College Ave, Macdowell House

Addressed to:
Mrs. Leeta Gray
213 S. 5th St.
Rockford, Illinois

Back of Lake, Wade Park, Cleveland, Ohio (1914)
Back of the postcard featuring a handwritten message.

Published by: W.W. Hixson & Co., Rockford, Illinois

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Rights Info: Public Domain

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