Here's the back of the card, sent to Mr. John Larson in Twin Valley, Minnesota in 1912.
The message reads:
This is the way the people of Baudette raise corn. How would you like to be here.
Never mind the giant corn though. Did you know that Baudette is considered the Walleye capital of the world? It is also the home of Willie the Walleye, a giant fish statue on display in Mill Park. Willie could eat that giant corn in one bite. You can visit Baudette in June and celebrate Willie's Birthday at the official Willie Walleye Day. I love Walleye!