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This card is in OK condition. A lot of wear. It is used, stamped and postmarked. The stamp is a green George Washington 1 cent stamp. The postmark says (Montoon Bay?), (10AM?), Sep 9, 1914.

The handwriting in ink on the back says: Dear Edward, I suppose you will have got all settled at school again. There has a lot of people been*this one word was written in pencil* asking about you I hope you have been a good boy (F. G.?).

The Address: Edward V. (Barr?), 57 So 27th St, Camden, N. J.

Libby Castle, originally known as Woodcliff Castle, was built in the late 1850s. One of its many colorful owners was none other than William "Boss" Tweed of Tammany Hall infamy. Libby castle was demolished in 1939. I have to admit, that this place fascinates me. I wish I had been around then to see it!

I started collecting vintage postcards a couple of years ago. I hope you love them as much as I do!

Each order comes with a bonus random card from my collection.

1910s Vintage Postcard: Libby Castle, Fort Washington Park, New York (September 9, 1914)


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
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