Thursday, September 5, 2013

Wishes for the Most Joyful Easter You Have Ever Had, Miss Louise Foutz, Roanoke, VA, 1925



[Postmarked] East Radford, VA, Apr 9, 1925

[To] Miss Louise Foutz
Roanoke, Virginia
R.F. D. 1

Hoping you are better and that you will have the most joyful Easter you have ever had.
Love, Chick.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

See You When the Weather Gets Settled, Mrs Ellen R. Bayne, Upper Marlboro, MD, 1925



[Postmarked] Washington D.C April 15, 192[4? 5?]

[To]  Mrs. Ellen R. Bayne,
Upper Marlboro
Prince Georges' Co.
Maryland

Dear Ellen.
Hope you are well, I am going to try to get to see you when the days get longer and the weather gets settled.  The grass is getting green and the trees blooming here.  Best wishes for a happy Easter.
[F.I.S?]



Sunday, September 1, 2013

Merry Christmas to Miss Rauline Davis, Clifton Forge, VA, 1909



[Postmarked] Bridge[water] VA, [Dec?] 6, 1909

[To} Miss Rauline Davis
Clifton Forge, Va
muddy Juke no. 6
in Care of Ed Davis

From Paul

Friday, August 2, 2013

To The Reverend & Mrs. J. Hulteen, Brockton, Mass, 1911, A Glad and Happy New Year from Signe



[Postmarked] Summit [WI?] Dec 27, 1911

[To] Rev. & Mrs. J. Hulteen
904 Main St.
Brockton, Mass.

Wishing you all happiness throughout this season.
Signe.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A Christmas Wish for Uncle Albert Miller, Rocky River, Ohio, 1911


 
[Postmarked] Jenera, Ohio, Dec. 22, 1911
 
[To]  Mr. Albert Miller,
Rocky River,
Ohio
 
Dec 23, 1911
Dear Uncle.
How are you.  We have a new baby girl.  Wish you both a Merry Xmas.
Verda S.
 
 

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Double Addresses! How Lovely of You, Mrs. Marshall of Manchester, NH, 1915



[Postmarked] Haverhill, Groveland, Mass.  Dec. 31, 1915

[To] Mrs. Martha J. Parker
488 Main Street
So. Groveland, Mass

Best New Year greetings to you my friend.  I trust this may find you well and all within your household.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Marshall
315 E. High St.
Manchester, NH

12/29/15

Friday, July 19, 2013

A Christmas Greeting to Mary Oltz in Itaca, NY, 1911




[Postmarked] Dec 23, 1911 N.Y. [Town too light to read]

[To] Mrs. Mary Oltz
Ithaca, NY
R.F. D #5

Dear Mary:  Rec'd your card all O.K.  Where are you living now?  don't think I can come now until spring as I have been to Breesport for two weeks and can not afford to travel anymore.  Send you 2 cards while I was in Breesport but don't think you rec'd it.  I sent it to R. F. #6.  Merry Christmas to You Both. Hattie.