This old postcard, which is a bit rough in spots, features the "Masonic Temple and West State Street from Capitol steps, Harrisburg, Pa." It would be fun to do a compare-and-contrast with a modern photograph, but I can't find any current images taken from a similar perspective. (Help is always gladly accepted.)
As for the back of the card, it was postmarked on August 23, 1922, in Harrisburg, and mailed to Miss Alice Parsons in Cliftondale, Massaschusetts (a neighborhood within the town of Saugus.)
I can decipher most of the message. It states:
How is Winfield? Don't get married before I get back. I want to attend the wedding. Wish I was in [?] at the beach.
I can't decipher the location where Reg (or is it Peg?) wishes he/she was. Here's a look at it...