Signs on a redwood tree declare the title with the phrase "Believe it or Not" and "Admission Free." Robert Ripley's "Believe It or Not" started as a newspaper cartoon panel and evolved into a television show shortly before Ripley died. His stock in trade was his world exploration that yielded travelogues and a collection of the odd and weird featured in his entertainments, publications, and museums--such as a living space in this redwood tree. The title continues on the back: "Diameter 33 feet, floor space 21 x 27 feet, age 4000 years. Hollowed by fire over 300 years ago, the tree is still growing vigorously. "Believe It or Not." See it on the Redwood Highway, California." The publisher's number AA-9 is on the divided back along with the credit, "Color by Lionel Bridge." This card had more than one version of back.