"Left N.Y in great haste, things were quite hectic there. We are now living the simple life and enjoying the place very much. It is very quiet now but it is almost like NY in the summer. Adolph." Date from postmark. Front of postcard features a print of numerous large fish lying on a beach, with the caption "black fish driven ashore at South Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Mass. About 1500 in the school. Sold for fifteen thousand dollars, which was divided among 300 inhabitants."
Adolph Gottlieb postcard to Paul Bodin, 1946 May 27. Paul Bodin papers, 1932-1981. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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