Vintage Post Card Grand Lodge of Texas Freemason Dues (August 3, 1885)
This postcard is from the Grand Lodge of Texas, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons in 1885...
This card is post marked in Dallas, Texas on August 6, 1885 and is addressed to Chas N. Smith, 424 Live Oak Avenue, Dallas (it was addressed to the wrong street address). The post card includes a handwritten note on the backside regarding freemason dues, signed by W. H. Lyne, Collector.
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This postal card is in good vintage condition, especially since it is 128 years old! The paper has yellowed with age. There is a small tear on the left side of the postcard, as shown. The post card had been folded into thirds at one time, and there are creases where it was folded, as shown. Please use the Zoom tool to get a close up view of this item, and it's condition.
- 1 Assessment Notice Postal Card from Texas Lodge No. 33, O.G.C, dated August 3, 1885 (as shown)
- Product Material: Paper, Cardstock
- Product Dimensions: 5-1/4" long x 3-1/8" wide
- Product Color: Buff, Black
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