[Postcard picturing Wyalusing Rock, Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania. Postmarked on 18 August 1941 at 6:30 p.m.at Plymouth, Pennsylvania. Addressed to Miss Crystal K., Berwyn, Ilinois.]
Came home on the 16th. Tony was here and left Sunday P.M. for Florida via auto. I was looking over some of his snap-shots and came across a number of you – you little goil. I may take a trip out your way before returning to work, but that is only a possibility.
Write and let me know how you are doing, as I always enjoy receiving a letter from you. – Best wishes to your Mother & Dad & Grandma –
The blurb on the back of the postcard reads:
Wyalusing Rock in Sullivan Trail: Famous Indian outlook with a sheer drop of 600 feet to the Susquehanna River.