Here is another linen postcard that was never mailed. It shows "Main Street" of Lexington, Kentucky about 1940.
Like all "linen' postcards, this was a hand-colored photograph; the buildings, and the arrrangement of the structures, was not invented.
I love these cards for the painterly aspect of the images, and for the glimpse of city life as it was in a previous generations ago (or, two generations ago)
I would be glad to hear from anyone who lives in this area or is familiar with the town.