1907 USA postcard Opera House Kahoka Missouri

$15.00 CAD

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Attractive postcard with photo of the Montgomery Opera House in Kahoka Missouri. Bunting in windows. Its population was ~1,800 people at this date.

Located on the town square in downtown Kahoka, Missouri the Montgomery Opera House was built in 1890 and features Late Victorian and Italianate elements. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.


Publisher ‘O. S. THOMPSON

“Thursday evening: and it is mighty lonely without you. I wonder how some other are thinking. Our friend and neighbor is now making his seventh trip since noon. Mama and I are going driving….

Postmarked ‘KAHOKA JUN ---' AND ‘BASCO, ILL JUN 21 1907 REC’D

Couple small corner creases. Yellowing UR corner


Kahoka is a city in and the county seat of Clark County, in the northeast tip of Missouri, United States.  Kahoka was platted in 1858. The city is named for the historic Cahokia tribe of the Illiniwek or Illinois Confederacy, which occupied territory on both sides of the Mississippi River in this area at the time of European encounter.