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This "Landmarks of New York City" postcard is written from Harold Sanders to his brother, Roger Sanders letting him know his travel plans. The image on the front of the postcard includes a view from Central Park in New York City. The description on the front of the card reads "In Central Park against a background of luxury apartment houses stands the Obelisk, a relic of ancient Egypt, Strangely akin to the architecture it antedates two thousand years. Some pencil scribbles are on the front image as well as the back of the postcard. The postcard is postmarked New York, N. Y., June 2, 1943 and includes a stamp imaged of a train from Grand Central Station.
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Correspondence: 4 leaves
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Division, Manuscripts Unit, Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Folder 7, Correspondence, Personal, 1900-1948
Archives and Special Collections, Manuscripts Unit
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Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Series III, Correspondence, 1854-1944, Folder 7, Correspondence, Personal, 1900-1944, Archives and Special Collections Division, Mississippi State University