A proper lady in a long dress and hat stands atop the Indian Mound from which the cemetery takes its name. The unsigned message scribbled at the bottom says, “Still living. Will write in a day or two.”
Postcards with undivided backs were used between 1901 and 1907. The postmark on this one is impossible to read beyond January 28. It has a one-cent Benjamin Franklin stamp of the type released in 1902.
More about undivided back postcards and the Mound Cemetery at CemeteryTravel.com: http://cemeterytravel.com/2012/01/27/cemetery-postcards-the-first-real-postcards/