Front border at top, left and bottom is widder than on the right. Depicted in this sepia type card is a girl dressed in attire of a Dutch girl in Holland. Wooden clogs, black stockings, long black dress with three-quarter length sleeves, white apron, pockets, cross-over straps at front. On her head is the typical Dutch hat, sides turned up. She holds a white ktiten in right arm and a pitcher on left hand at her side. On cobblestone path are two cats, one drinks from pot with handle. Path leads to a hand pump, three pots with trees to left of pump. Wooden bench behind girl, brick building with sign on extended metal arm. Board on building displays six shapes that appear like loaves of bread. Back has line down part way seperating correspndence from address. One cent postage stamp top right corner. Post office stamps is not clearly readable.
*Printed back across top, black ink: "POST CARD"
*Printed back left of line, black: "THIS SPACE MAY BE USED / FOR CORRESPONDENCE."
*Printed back right of line, black ink: "FOR ADDRESS ONLY."
*Printed on green postage stamp, white ink: "UNITED STATES OF / AMERICA / 1706 FRANKLIN 1790 / POSTAGE / ONE CENT"
*Back left side hand written, pencil: "Dear Ruth: - you and Mabel are invited to the boys birthday party saturday afternoon be sure and come at one oclock from Hazel Brown"
*Back right side hand written, pencil: Ruth DeWolfe / Lehman, / Pa."