This is a 1910 Photo Postcard of a Girl in a Bathing Costume. The 5.5" by 3.5" sepia-toned photograph shows a smiling young woman in profile who is sitting on a rock overlooking the water. She is dressed in a turn of the century striped and collared bathing costume, which includes snood, tights and lace-up slippers. The card was published by PG Henry Co Inc NY, which is marked at the bottom right corner. "Meg" has been written above the woman's head and "Something funny to tell you" below her feet. The back has a message about not writing sooner and about visiting. There is a lightly cancelled green Benjamin Franklin one cent stamp. This 1910 Photo Postcard of a Girl in a Bathing Costume is in very good condition.