Postcard depicting the convent. The caption reads, ‘Key West, Florida, Convent of Mary Immaculate’. The message on the front of the card reads, ‘October 23, 1907, My Dear Helen: Will leave here for Texas tonight. Pop’. The description on the verso reads, ‘Convent of Mary Immaculate. Key West possesses in the Convent of Mary Immaculate, under direction of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, one of the largest boarding and day schools in the South. The ____ siding, erected in 1874, and enlarged ___. The grounds are extensive ___.’ The card is addressed to Miss Helen Marehey, corner of Atlantic and Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, and is postmarked Key West, October 24, 1907.