UNUSED postcard featuring STATUE OF MARK TWAIN RIVERVIEW PARK, HANNIBAL, MISSOURI
CAPTION: Statue of Mark Twain in Riverview Park, Hannibal, Missouri. Erected by the State of Missouri in 1913; the sculptor was Frederick Hibbard. The inscription reads "His religion was humanity, and a whole world mourned for him when he died." The heroic bronze figure looks out from a three-hundred foot bluff over the river that he played on as a boy and navigated as a pilot. On a clear day places twenty miles and more away may be seen from here. Ektachrome by John Winkler
PUBLISHER: Pub. by Becky Thatcher Book Shop, Hannibal, Mo.
POSTCARD ID #: 63174
POSTMARK: NONE - Unposted
Unused postcard in good shape. Good edges and corners.
Each postcard is sleeved in a clear 2mil sleeve made out of polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester. All of these materials have passed the Photo Activity Test (P.A.T.) certifying that they are safe for long-term storage.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 December, 2017.