Postmarked Feb. 3, 1909 (?), in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Addressed to Anna Rosenthal, 832 Hancock St. City (which means the same city as where the card was posted).
First about the front: there is some gold-colored embossing. Also, that is real pink silk ribbon on the girl's dress. It's been flattened with time, and of course, for the scan. This card most likely cost more than the typical postcard, and it is collectible today.
About the back: the message is: "From C B Goodman 827 N. 8th answer"
A love note, written just before Valentine's Day, but with the lack of punctuation, this can be read in many ways. An order? A request? A plea, for an answer? Postcardese: Daydreams on Old Postcard Messages understands the ambiguity.
Google Earth shows that 832 Hancock St. is one block away from I-95, the Delaware Expressway, and now hosts a non-descript building.
I'm Linking up with Beth at The Best Hearts are Crunchy for Postcard Friendship Friday, and I hope with Bev at Pink Saturday.