Vintage Divided Back, White Border Postcard in Good, Posted (Washington, DC 1928) Condition. This card was made by Tichnor Bros and published by The Union News Company.
Back of Card:
Union Station, Washington, D.C.
The New Union Station at Washington was built by the U.S. Government and the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The cost of the land, building and terminal improvements was $18,000,000. The structure is the finest railway station in the world. The building of white granite, is 760 feet in length and 343 feet in width.
Genealogists take note - card addressed to:
Miss Opal Hulse
Adamston, New Jersey
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