||Postmarked Aug 25, 1936, 5am, Dallas, Texas. Addressed to Mrs. Robert Beenbrech, 233 Rae Ave, Mansfield, Ohio: Tues A.M. Hello Pal. Alls well so far. We saw some of the Centennial last eve. Most of the homes in this town are bungalows. They have parking meters on the st. here. Had a nice cabin last eve. Still hot and dry. 1300 mi so far. Love, Cara. Manufacturer's text: The Texas Hall of State, is typical of the Nation's Largest Commonwealth. Built of native stone, the $1,200,000 structure is 488 feet wide and 258 feet deep. Illustrious figures of Texas History will occupy the Niche of Heroes in its towering 80 feet center. In the Mammoth wings will be regional rooms, with the Hall of 1836, replica of an early Texas Mission, and the Hall of 1936, in modernistic style, occupying opposite ends. Dallas Post Card Co., Dallas, Texas. Handwritten 3 in top left.