This illustration shows the substantial building that housed the Fremont State Bank. It is essentially an architect’s elevation drawing with the typical human figures included for scale.
This image, like all the next 13 images, are photos and illustrations printed on blank paper and stamped with the words Post Card, a square to place the stamp, and a divider to indicate where to write the message and where to write the address.
It appears that this building no longer exists. The woman’s clothing style indicates this illustration is from the 1920s.