Illustrated in the postcard with a black background in the middle is a lady wearing an old costume and hat from Fermanville Manche, France. Her white apron covers the dress, sleeves of the dress are black,on her lap might be a piece she is working on since a thread can be seen in her right hand. Her shawl is a flower pattern with black fringe around the edge. Her hat is white, the crown is tall and fan shapped with a bow in the middle, the front folds back away from her face.
*Printed on front in red: "A Travers la Normandie/ Coiffes et Costume anciens/ Fermanville (Manche). - Beurre, ceufs, volailes/ No. 310 - Collection P. Bunel, Phot.-editeur, Vimoutiers (Orne). - Re. int.
*Translation: "With Through Normandy/ Caps and Costumes/ Fermanville Manche, France. -Butter, eggs, poultries/ No.310 = Collection P. Bunel, photographer-editor, Vimoutiers (flowering ash) - repoduction forbiden.
*Printed on back in black: "Carte Postale/ La Correspondance au recto n'est pas acceptee par tous les Pays Etrangers. (Se renseigner a la Post.)/ Correspondance/ Adresse/ M."
*Translation: "The correspondence with the recto is not acceptable by all the Foreign Countries. (to get information has the Post office.)."