Color postcard (14 x 9 cm.) with a view looking north along 39th Street in Omaha, Nebraska. Houses are visible on both sides of the street, and Joslyn Castle, located at 39th and Davenport Street is visible at the end of it. The title "39th Street, looking North" is in the top left and on the top right is "Omaha, Neb.
Constructed in 1902-1903 for Sarah and George Joslyn, Joslyn Castle pictured at the end of 39th Street, is one of Omaha's most well-known landmarks. It was designed by Omaha architect John McDonald and built in the Scottish Baronial style with Vermont Silverdale limestone. Source: Spencer, Jeffrey S. Building for the Ages: Omaha's Architectural Landmarks. Omaha: Omaha Books, 2003, p. 94.