Havana: Harris Bros. Co., [1912? or circa 1920]. 3.5x5.5 inch photo postcard featuring a view of the towering steepled church, streetcar and flivvers in b&w with "published by Harris Bros., Co., Havana Cuba" printed on back, very good.
The autos look a little later than 1912; "12" may be a zone number. A streetcar with one voltage rail also shown. The Harris Bros. Co. was formed just after the Spanish American War by four brothers including Isaac Harris, the only brother who remained in Cuba and who is buried there. Their four-story blue building with the family name carved in stone remains and has been a supermarket and other retail spaces.