Topanga: Privately produced by the artist, ca. 1965.
Affixed to the card is Berman's self-portrait photograph of him and his son, Tosh holding their hands in the air as if playing "cowboys and indians" in a dilapidated corner of Berman's Semina Gallery in Larkspur. The same photo appears on the cover of Tosh Berman's memoir "Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman's World." Around the photo Berman has written in bold orange marker: "Joan: Had a pleasant & comfortable time. Thank you. W." and on the back he's written: "Monty: Nan is handsome as some of the first world war airplanes or isadora [sic] Duncan or...", probably a reference to the child of his correspondent. Fine (4" x 3").