Lexington Post Office

Lexington, Kentucky P.O.This white border postcard was mailed to the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in Cleveland, Ohio on October 2nd 1928. The card features a view of the post office in Lexington, Kentucky, and has this message written on the reverse:

Spent the evening at a Moving Picture Show at Lexington, Ky. Staying at the La Fayette Hotel. Intend to continue our trip early tomorrow morning.
Edwin & Alice

Worcester Post Office

Worcester Post OfficePublished in the 1920s, this postcard shows the post office in Worcester, Massachusetts. On the back:

A Post Office was first established in Worcester in 1775, with Isaiah Thomas as postmaster. In 1897, the new Government Building was opened, which cost $400,000 and is one of the best and handsomest in the country.

Shrine of the Sun God

Carlsbad CavernsAn unusual image of Carlsbad Caverns, looking a bit like a watercolor painting. On the back:

THE TEMPLE OF THE SUN, BIG ROOM,
CARLSBAD CAVERNS, NEW MEXICO
The Shrine of the Sun God, before which range numerous coraline stalagmites. The stalactites form an onyx drapery above.