The back of this postcard says ‘Big and Corny’.
We are advised that ‘Both pump and gravity irrigation, supplied from an underground river of water, support one of the most productive farm areas of the nation’ from this postcard.
This is a postcard of The Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota, where the external murals are created from corn and other grains. ‘An interior panel, created entirely from split ears of corn, portrays the magnificent pheasant hunting which attracts sportsmen from around the world.’
There’s more to corn than meets the eye, obviously.