||Postmarked Jul 5, 1961, Starsport, Maine. Addressed to Miss Laurene Harmon, Camp Cherith, Alfred, Maine, R.F.D. 2: Dear Laurene � How is camp? What are you taking for crafts? Have you been swimming. We are all O.K. It's cool here. We were glad you got a chance to visit with us. Love Aunt Nancy. Manufacturer's text: The Bureau of Printing and Engraving. Is a branch of the United States Treasury and the most interesting part of its work is keeping the nation supplied with money. It gives employment to about 4,000 people and its average total daily output is between six and seven million dollars in value. Besides the engraving of plates for, and printing the 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. Published by B. S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D.C. Handwritten 2 in top left.