||Written that ' I will be at home before you get this card. Ma.' Addressed to Miss Mae Rphahman 1.5 MineialSr. lpemesh Mase. Postmark 'WASHINGTON FEB28 6:30 PM 1915'. Transcription of manufacturer's text reads: Post Card. No.61482.---- The Bureau of Printing and Engraving, Washington, D.C., is a branch of the United States Treasury and the most interesting part of its work is keeping the nation supplied with money. It covers an area of 207,049 squre feet and gives employment to about 4100 people. Its average total daily output is between six and seven million dollars in value, the highest bill printed having a face value of $10,000.00. Besides the engraving of plates for, and printing United States gold and silver certificates and National Bank notes, here are also made Postage and Internal Revenue stamps, checks, bonds and all government paper securities. No.61492, this series, shows the perforating of stamps and No.61585 the U.S. Treasury.