Hand Tinted Vintage Postcard in Good, Unused Condition.
Back of Card:
Statue of Nathan Hale, New York City. On October 22, 1776, Capt. Nathan Hale of Connecticut was hanged as a spy near East Broadway and Market Street. From the purest patriotic motives he had volunteered to go inside the British lines, and was arrested on his return and taken to General Howe's headquarters. No trial was granted him, and the Provost Marshal even destroyed the letters he had written to his mother and sisters.
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