Bears are a popular subject on postcards from some of the national parks. My favorites are the ones that also picture old cars like this 1955 Ford station wagon. This bear is looking for a handout from tourists. Here is the information from the back of the postcard:
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Renowned as a refuge for a wide variety of wildlife, the most often seen and the most popular are the "hobo" Black Bears who are constantly looking for a "hand-out." Though tame, they are very dangerous as they are extremely quick and agile and when full grown averages 250 pounds. For the visitors own protection it is illegal to feed them.