(front) Court House, Des Moines, Ia. (back) Pub. by The Acmegraph Co., Chicago, Ill. (sic) (lower right corner) 3839
The Court House in downtown Des Moines, showing part of the clock tower and the roof. A glimpse of a restaurant in the foreground, and various buildings in the background, including one with a clock tower.
Correspondence: August 15 / Dear Kids / how are you / all I haven't (sic) / got any word since / I came home. We / went to Mrs. Tonston's / funeral this fornoon (sic) / Kurt's Mother we / dident (sic) get much / rain hope you are / better It is awfull (sic) hot / Grover is a way (sic) / Thrashing ornite (sic) / Your (ind) Address: Mrs. C.N. Baker / 15th 14 W 88 St. / Desmoines (sic) / Iowa
The postcards in this collection were printed and posted before 1923. The Des Moines Public Library has determined, to the best of its knowledge, that this postcard and its text is in the public domain.