Magical Mystery Postcard #4
"Hello Clara, Why don't you come down & see your little () niece. She's a dandy ..." No mystery there.
But what is
that string-tied rectangular prism in the center of this postcard?
My first thought was 'sarcophagus', but that does not fit the birth narrative.
Or, perhaps it is a Xmas greetings card, tied to a brick, and tossed thru your window by your local loan shark, who is hoping you'll remember to go easy on the gifts, so's you can make your vig come January?
Or, perhaps it is that ever-re-gifted fruit cake, so dry that it is now as hard as a brick, so it can be be tied to a Xmas greetings card, and tossed thru your window ...
In the immortal words of I. M. J. deCooke: "I was not trained for this."
For extra credit, why is that hole round? Is it a hole?
Lastly, the easy question: "THREEOAK..."?
At least the 19071221 cds matches the logo of the Illustrated Post Card Company (1905-1914):