Another whimsical creation from Nick and Robert over at Hound Dog Press, this blank notecard features a rustic woodcut-style illustration of one of our local landmarks, the Belle of Louisville.|
First put into service in 1914, the Belle came to Louisville in 1931 and over the years this steamboat has had various stints transporting cargo, passengers, and even served as a floating USO nightclub during World War II. She is said to hold the all-time record in her class for miles traveled, years in operation, and number of places visited.
Befitting the history on the exterior, this 4¼"x5½" card has been lovingly handprinted with vintage letterpress equipment by Hound Dog Press, a small but full service letterpress shop located in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.
A blank envelope that matches the cardstock used is included.