A black and white postcard of the iron bridge over Duffin's Creek in Pickering Village. The angle follows the road down the bridge.
Reverse of copy 1:
"Mr. Irvin Shepherd
26 Benton St.
Home at last. Didn't have time to write in Toronto or at least didn't think I had. Didn't get into Toronto until 2:10. Smash up on live. So went at once to see if 1:55 train had left. It hadn't so got on and mind you it didn't leave until after 3 o'clock. Had to sit on train and wait all that time. Finished my book on train. Was certainly glad from something to read on train. It is swell. Paul __ __ waiting for me. Didn't see a person on the train whom I knew. M._.
Pickering July 1, 1913.
Herington & Son, Photo. Trenton, Ont.
130 000 Photo Post cards made in 1912."
Reverse of Copy 2:
"Mrs. D.E. Jahus_ou
Kleinburg Ont. July 20, 1912
Pickering Ont. July 19, 1912.
Calling all day today. Heavy rain this aft: Presbyterians had picnic to lake __ __ __ in garden party at Almond's. May go down. Audley have decided to have a garden party in a few weeks. The railroad boys have promised to provide the program. 12 of them I saw last night when I called at the camp. Rover will not stay home since mother came runs away at first chance and never came back willingly. Ch__ is disgusted with thi__ in general. No praryer meeting tonight ov__.
Herington & Son, Photo, Trenton, ONT.
125, 000 Photo Post Cards Made in 1910."