||Postmarked Jun 6, 1926, Washington, D.C. Addressed to Mr. & Mrs. J. U. Sturdevant, 169 State Street, #. Stroudsburg, Pa.: Went through this place on Thursday. Having a great time seeing all the sights. I guess we are going to leave for Philadelphia tomorrow. John & Mabel. June 5, 1926. Manufacturer's text: The New Bureau of Engraving and Printing, overlooking Potomac Park and Speedway is a branch of the U.S. Treasury and it is here where all of Uncle Sam's paper money, bonds, revenue stamps, postage stamps, military, naval and diplomatic commissions, passports, etc. are made. Published by B. S. Reynolds Co., 1202 D St. Northwest, Washington, D.C. Handwritten 3 in top left.