I'm not sure what the deal is with this group of young women and their tree. And we'll probably never know.
This real photo postcard was never written on or mailed. It was manufactured by Velox and the design of the stamp box on the back indicates that it was produced sometime between 1907 and 1917, according to playle.com.
I suppose the tree might still be around. But the women probably aren't. Unless they're witches who were granted eternal life by the spirits of the forest. In which case they're certainly welcome to have their postcard back.
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- Real photo postcard by Penn Park Photograph Gallery in York