The Harry E. Widener Memorial Library at Harvard.
The Lotus Restaurant, 727 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC. On the reverse, it says:
"The Lotus has the distinction of being the first Cabaret Restaurant established in Washington. It presents three Stupendous Revues daily. This feature coupled with its superb cuisine and its fascinating music played by the Lotus Broadcasting Orchestra undoubtedly constitutes the outstanding place to Dine, Dance and enjoy a delightful Floor Show. There is no cover charge at any time."
I wonder why it no longer exists.
The Hospital Trust Building and Post Office, Providence, R.I.
None of these cards has any writing or date on it. from the looks of them, I'd estimate 1940's. This is not the most exciting set of cards I have - but hey - they deserve their day in the sun too, don't they?