Summit Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota

I found this postcard on eBay a couple months ago when I was searching for V.O. Hammon Chicago postcards. Clearly, this is not a Chicago card but it is published by V.O. Hammon. It was very Lady and the Tramp to me and I just thought it was a very nice scene, so I had to have it. I especially love the large houses shown on the sides. It was mailed in 1912 to Ms. Reynolds on Euclid Street in St. Paul.

Today, Summit Avenue is known for being a historic street.

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