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Back is undivided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.

A caption on the back describes the postcard as part of the ' Historical Series of Revolutionary Towns.' and Louisa May Alcott's signature.

With a white border featuring a serial number, '5-4,' and the caption.

Front features a black-and-white printed photograph of Orchard House viewed from the south-east corner, the caption, and the publishing information.

Back is divided and includes a space for a one cent stamp.

CONCORD POSTCARD COLLECTION, [late 19th century - 2008] Vault B5, Unit 26 BROWSE IMAGES Main Subjects H-Z BROWSE IMAGES High Resolution ABOUT THE COLLECTION SUBJECTS INDEX Back to Special Collections homepage Front features a printed colored photograph of the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery grave marker of Amos Bronson Alcott, Abigail May Alcott, Anna Bronson Alcott Pratt, Louisa May Alcott, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, and May Alcott Nierker. ' Orchard House' was the home of Louisa May Alcott from 1857-1878. Bronson Alcott and many of his literary circle met here and laid plans for the foundation of the Concord School of Philosophy'.

The caption is printed in black over the photograph. Copy 4 includes a handwritten note but no postmark or stamp.

Photograph is in a drawn frame, and caption is in a drawn frame below the photograph. Front features a printed photograph of Orchard House and the School of Philosophy as viewed from the front.