The Ark old time religion
Poem printed on reverse of card, with no address or contact information
My kind friends should ever speak Of the strangest man you know It would be strange did you not wish How strange he was to show Strange pictures on strange cards I have Telling in a way new Where you can learn many strange things Which are both strange and true. From these strange cards you'll also fine How very strange I be And then perhaps you'll purchase some Strange books written by me It matters not how strange your church Or how strange be it's Creed In my strange teachings you will find Strange lessons that you need. To those who see not my strange car Or look in my strange face Will your dear friends tell them that I Am strangest of our race Then should they wish strange cards or books My strange writings to see, Let me know the strange ones they wish I'll mail them C.O.D.
Cheap photo postcard, c. 1890. Collection Jim Linderman