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1967 Main Street Clear Lake South Dakota Real Photo Post Card
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This item is already sold1967 Main Street Clear Lake South Dakota Real Photo Post Card
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The picture shows a view of this 1967 Main Street Clear Lake South Dakota Real Photo Post Card. This old postcard was mailed from Clear Lake, South Dakota on July 12th, 1967 to a Long Island, New York address. It pictures a Main Street scene with businesses, old cars, gas stations, a water tower, signs and gas station type street lights. The signs that can be read are as follows:

RED OWL (grocery store ?)
DE LUXE CLEANERS
1901 ANDRE W. J. LOCKHART
S. F. ANDERSON CLOTHING
HAMM'S
CAFE
TEXACO
COOP
GAS 30-9/10
CLEAR LAKE (on water tower)
and a few more

The postcard measures about 5-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. It appears to be in excellent used condition as pictured. There is a written message on the back and a 6 cent U.S. Air Mail postage stamp.

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1967 Main Street Clear Lake South Dakota Real Photo Post Card


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