WOW! Thank you wt1 brilliant as always! Yes Nesbit is mainly just farm fields with a few houses scattered here and there like a patchwork quilt. I used to date a girl from Nesbit when I was in high school.
To elaborate on wt1's great information:
An interesting factoid was that the Crawford was the first legal hotel in the boro. It was a clapboard and dormered establishment in the 1820's It was established by a Mr. William Babb and the building was originally located on the corner of S.Main and Thompson streets. The original name of it was the Exchange Hotel. He ran this business until around 1850. It was later replaced by the brick establishment depicted on the card.
I believe this is a "MICK" which was a local photographer and made postcards and stationary and the like. His stuff is highly sought after and has been for a very long time. It's actually quite a challenge to find any of his stuff postally used as many just bought them new and put them straight in their collection it would seem?
Also interesting to note that the Germans hand colored these and WWI was just around the bend in 1914!