Here’s the third in my series of long-lost postcards recently discovered in the dark recesses of my stuff still deposited at my dad’s place.
This treasure is when all my friends got to go to a highschool trip to Italy while I had to stay in Guelph:
Here’s the reverse side:
“Roma Sparita. di E. Roesler Franz (1845-1907) Interno del portico d’Ottavia. Museo di Roma”
“Glen. Here is the postcard I promised you from Italy. I’m sorry, it’s just a picture, no humour, no secret meaning – just a rather non suggestive picture.”
Now, I’m racking my brain now to uncover suggestive interpretations…