Henry’s, a restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina. Opened in 1930, Henry’s is still serving customers today.
The Jefferson School in Hibbing, Minnesota. The year 1914 saw a bus line established between Hibbing and nearby Alice, Minnesota, and that line would ultimately grow into Greyhound, the world’s largest bus company. Hibbing is also home to the world’s largest iron ore mine, and in the early 20th century the town was actually moved two miles south to accommodate the mining process.
While extremely difficult to read, the bottom of this postcard reveals this to be the First M.E. Church in Duluth, Minnesota. Ever wonder what an “M.E.” church was? The letters stand for Methodist Episcopal, and denotes the first iteration of what would come to be called simply, the Methodist Church. The card is postally unused, but has this message on the back:
Mr. Blakesley is in Vancouver, British Columbia. You bet it’s getting cold here. It snowed about four inches last night. I was to a Halloween party last night. Had a pretty good time.
Two miles North of Florence, S. C., U.S. Highway 301 and 76. Thirty modern rooms with private tile baths, wall-to-wall carpet, air-conditioned, TV, telephones and electric heat.
Home of the famous “FIREPLACE RESTAURANT”
LARGE SWIMMING POOL and DINING ROOMS
Phone or write Box 645, Florence, S. C. 662-6375