In 1927, it declared bankruptcy, and streetcar service in Albany ended. Interurban service continued until 1930. You may recall an earlier post here about Auburn, New York and its famous prison, where the first execution by electric chair took place. It's also where the striped prison uniforms were first introduced. In the early days, this was considered a model prison, and visitors could pay to see the operation and its prisoners.
Here's the back of the postcard, which was sent in 1909:
The message to Mrs. William Connely (?) of Elmira, New York reads:
We got you postal this noon and was glad to here that you was in Elmira yet How is your baby these warm daysLoretta Hindon (?)