Postcard, "The 'W' [Road], Waldens Ridge, near Chattanooga, Tenn." Message written on face of card: "I thought you would like this view. 'Something's doing' on consequence of the 'ad'. 6 _____ of ____, Mother, June 10" [words illegible]. On reverse: Addressed to Miss L. J. Downs, Box A, Arcola, Mississippi. Cancelled one cent stamp. Two postmarks: Chattanooga, Tenn. June 11 1907 10 a.m.; Arcola, Miss June 12 1907 3 p.m.
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card Series No. 2462, "Chattanooga, Tenn." Art Publishers to Their Majesties the King and Queen. "The 'W', Waldens Ridge. Waldens Ridge is the table-land of the East Cumberland, which rises gradually between the valleys of the Sequatchie and the Tennessee. The ''W'' on the Ridge was erected about 1893, when the county constructed a magnificent boulevard, 12 miles in length, from the city to the brow of the mountain." Printed in Germany.
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