Great early 1900s postcard of a central or western NY Main St. The postcard shows two people in the street which are blurred, the photo was probably taken as they were walking, and a small group of people can be seen gathered on a porch further down.
There is a sign for an Auditorium admission 5 cents, and a barber shop pole can be seen, also, a horse and buggy off to the left on the dirt street.
The card is addressed from someone in Perry, NY to someone in Franklinville, NY, 1907. This is not an image of Perry at that time, it could possibly be one of Franklinville or a surrounding small town in that vicinity. Great piece of history!
Some edge wear and you can see an indentation from the postage stamp on front.
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