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Greetings from Kentucky. (Printed verso reads: Kentucky - area 40,598 square miles, of which 417 sq. miles is water; 36th state in size; admitted to the Union in 1792. State flower - Goldenrod, Capital - Frankfort. Corn is the principal crop and tobacco second. Kentucky thoroughbred horses are especially famous. Mammoth Cave is one of the largest natural caverns in the world, with avenues, domes, pits, and pools, and at least 150 miles of passages.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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