Postcard of The Fountain, Greenhead Park, Huddersfield.
The sculpture — originally named "Rocky Stream" but later often referred to as "Rebecca" — was by Samuel Auty (1854-1926) of Lidget Street, Lindley, for the Huddersfield Band of Hope and was formally unveiled on Saturday 25 July 1885. The cost was £120.
The Huddersfield Chronicle's coverage of the ceremony reported:
The design was called rocky stream, and the idea was a maiden having gone to a stream to fill her pitcher, falling into a reveries, the pitcher filling, running over, and thus forming the stream.
The postcard was posted in September 1923 by Ida to Master R. Tuley, Bank Bottom Farm, Snowden, near Otley.