|Title||This is at Moses Lake The 4th of July When they were at dinner|
|Scope & Content||Black and white photo postcard. "This is at Moses Lake The 4th of July / When they were at dinner" hand written in cursive in black ink on bottom of postcard. Image of probable Caucasian men, women, and children sitting under a covered picnic site. Food on cloths on tables. People appear to be dressed in formal attire. Banner/cloth with stars and stripes hangs across shelter. Body of water and sagebrush in background. Postmark on image: "KEWANEE / OCT 10 / PM / 1907 / ILL." Cancelled green 1 cent Benjamin Franklin stamp in proper upper right hand corner on reverse. Postmark is "MOSES LAKE, / OCT / 7 / A.M. / 1907 / WASH" and is near stamp. Reverse of card also has: "POST CARD / CORRESPONDENCE HERE FOR ADDRESS ONLY" printed on top half of postcard. "Dear Cousin / I received your letter / and was glad to hear / from you. Mr. Saunders Died / Sept 29. every one / else is well / come out and see / us and spend the winter with us / Jessie MacDonald" is handwritten in cursive in black ink on correspondence side on reverse of postcard. "Miss Jessie, Kennedy, / Kewanee, / Henry, county, / Ills / c/o / Mr. L. D, (unable to read completely) / Ann McRae" is handwritten in cursive in black ink on address side on reverse of postcard.|
|Dates of Creation||Probably 1907. Postmarked October 7, and October 10, 1907.|
|Extent of Description||1 paper postcard with image on one side and blank space for correspondence and address on the other.|
Jessie MacDonald mailed postcard to Miss Jessie Kennedy.
Owned by Houde's Postcards and sold to Moses Lake Museum & Art Center on 04/27/04 through EBAY website auction.
|Collection||Moses Lake Museum & Art Center Purchases|
|Credit line||Purchased for the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center's collection.|