A group of military personnel in a field standing around their leader saluting him and he is sitting on the back of a horse. Some other soldiers are riding on horses. The uniform relates to American Revolution 1775-1783.
The front of the card has a portrait of a brown horse's head, framed by a large horseshoe which reads, "Merchant's Gargling Oil. A Liniment for Man & Beast." The verso of the card consists of text advertising a shoe store, and includes a price list for eight kinds of "solid leather" shoes for men, women and children.
Front of card shows a horse and buggy accident. Two people are thrown from the buggy and people on the street are rushing to help. The man in the forefront of the image is one thrown from the buggy and a woman is taking his identification card out of his jacket pocket. The center pages of brochure is the identification card that the union member fills out. The back of the card is an advertisement for the union.
African American coachman wearing a tall hat in the driver's seat of a transport buggy hitched to two horses, with a woman passenger seated behind him. A white man, woman and two children stand on the right, with a well-dressed African American woman seated in front of them. The scene is on a narrow, brick-paved lane between two buildings. The building on the right looks like a coach house.