|Title||Postcard; Ravenna Creamery Co., 1914|
Postcard advertising the Ravenna Creamery Company of Ravenna, Nebraska. Front has a mint green backdrop with a color illustration at proper right captioned "An Indian Village. Moran." The village looks southwestern/adobe style. At proper left is a white rectangle containing black lettering that reads "Effective January 19th, 1914, our price for butterfat will be / 29 CENTS. / This mild weather has lowered the butter market. General cold weather over the whole country will put it back on a better basis again. / RAVENNA CREAMERY CO."
On the reverse, the card is addressed in pencil to "T.F. Hoban / Hyannis / Nebr." Upside-down green 1 cent Washington stamp in upper corner. Hand stamp reads "Ravenna / Jan / 4pm / 1914 / Neb."
|Made||The T.D.M. Co.|
|Place of Origin||USA: Iowa (Montgomery), Red Oak|
|Used||USA: Nebraska (Grant), Hyannis|
Ravenna Creamery Company
|History||The Ravenna Creamery was incorporated in 1889 in Ravenna, Nebraska. It was eventually sold to Fairmont Creamery.|
|Credit line||John E. Carter, Lincoln, NE|
|Collection||Carter, John E.|