The postcard has a picture of camels harnessed to an International Harvester trashing machine in Russia. It is addressed to a Mrs. Hiram Bare of Sanger, California. The transcription (as best we can tell), is as follows:
Dear Aunt Addie,
Just a line to tell you that pa died at 1:40 a.m. Friday morning and was laid to rest at Saturday afternoon beside dear mother in the little spot selected by them here at home. We feel the loss so keenly now that all have gone and left us. Fannie (sp) stood it well and is able to be up. I will try to write you a letter in a few days. Lovingly, Daisy J.
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