|Collection||Steven Rappaport Collection|
|Title||Elevated R. R. Curve at 11th Street, New York|
|Scope & Content||
Recto: Depicts the 9th Ave. elevated train on the curve at 110th Street in Manhattan. Message in ink: "Dear Marnie; I suppose/ you are home from your/ vacation. Thanks for the/ [postale]. Annie"
Verso: Franklin one-cent stamp, cancelled from New York N.Y. Sta. August 15th, 2 PM, 1906 and another stamp from Rockville Conn. Augus 16th, 7 AM 1906. Addressed to Miss Marnie Snyder, 11 Hammond St. Rockville Conn.
This curve was colloquially referred to as "Suicide Curve"
Publishing information: Ill. Post Card Co., N. Y.
|Extent of Description||1 postcard, approx 3.5" x 5"|
|Level of description||Sub-series|
Subways--New York (State)--New York--Design and construction--Pictorial works
110th Street (Manhattan, N.Y.)
|Number of images||2|