The front doesn't seem too interesting, except maybe the circular date stamp upper left corner, and of course the recipient, who was probably also instrumental in SENDING this cover.
The reverse side is what caught my eye......
I have never seen these China International Famine Relief Fund charity labels before!
To have one tied to a cover excites me greatly!!!!
I know Roessler covers can be highly sought after. Even though they are clearly philatelic in nature I like some of them too! Every Roessler cover I've ever purchased I ended up selling for a bit more than I paid.
I might hang on to this one for a while as I paid quite a bit more than the others!
Beautiful cover Jim, and those labels are certainly an added bonus. I believe what you describe as a circular date cancel in the upper left on the front is actually a corner card (senders address) for a Mr. Lyman A. Talman. He is listed in Cornell Alumni News of November 18 1926 as a member of the 1912 graduating class and his new mailing address is Kulangsu, Amoy, China.