White Border, Divided Back Era Curt Teich American Art Postcard in Good, Posted Condition. This post card was published by Louis Kaufmann & Sons.
Back of Card:
Fortress Monroe, Virginia
Here is shown the main sallyport or entrance to Fortress Monroe. The fort is heir to Fort Algernource, a palisade construction erected in 1609. The present fortress was begun in 1810 and finished in 1830. Within this fort is the casement in which Jefferson Davis was imprisoned during the Civil War.
Genealogists and those interested in Genealogy, Card addressed to:
Miss C.A. Congdon
c/o Orthopedic Hospital
1701 Summer St.
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