L.L Cook published four cards, Fuller's Drug Store published one ("From the air") and one with no publisher listed ("Main Street, (1937-1943). Item #99-3387
Fuller's has a copyright of 1937 but all of these postcards came from a larger lot from a couple travelling in the Western states in 1943. 3.5 x 5.5". Postally unused, ink not on the back of "Overlooking", very light wear, soiling, and creasing, very good. Both of the Main Street postcards show a bustling downtown area with businesses such as Neil Fuller's Drugs and The Derby Café. In the image for "Overlooking" there is a roadside sign for Miller & Son Motor Co. and beyond it is the bridge. Written on the back of the card: "Hi Folks! Arrived safely and all ready to paint the town red on our first week's anniversary. A thimble full of paint's all we need. Missed you at the wedding! Vera and Dick." Sold as a lot.