Interestingly, there seems to be no indication of what company manufactured this postcard. There is a copyright symbol on the front. On the back, it states, "Series 318 A."
The postcard is addressed to Mr. Thoma2 J. Miller, 610 Schuykill [sic]3 Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
The note on the left-hand side of the back states, in cursive: "Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. From your Grandaughter [sic] Anna."
1. Around the time this postcard was mailed -- on December 21, 1913 -- Liverpudlian journalist Arthur Wynne published a "word-cross" puzzle in the New York World that is considered to be the first crossword puzzle. Check it out here.
2. Thoma is an interesting name. My understanding is that it's a common historical surname in Germany. (Here's one geneaology site that mentions it.) As a first name, it seems to be a bit less common, especially in the United States.
3. Americans have a long history of being unable to spell (or pronounce) Schuylkill correctly.