Wednesday, May 30, 2012
[Postmarked] Jul 11, 1929, Jewett, OH
[To] Mr. Ralph Shambaugh
Took S. R. Everything O.K. Signed my contract and sent it back this morning. Do you want to go with us to Unionsport Sunday? If you do we would be glad to have you.
Monday, May 28, 2012
[Postmarked] 21 Wis [rest of postmark missed the card]
[To] Mrs. A. W. Paddock
They got home all OK was there to meet them was glad to see Ham/Him[?] I am the merchant here now wish you could trade with me [?] All will hope[?]
Your Mother Bain and Henry
Friday, May 25, 2012
[Postmarked] Hampton, Middlesex Aug 3, 1936
[To] Mr. N. Mc Fetridge [maybe just "Fetridge"]
86 Gloucester Rd, Hampton, London
Dear Son, so glad to have all your letters here. Will write you for next mail. It is glorious to be with Aunty. Love, Mother.
[postscript] Our train and it only took 7 hours -400M [?] Some train [?]
Posted by The Archivist at 3:00 AM
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
[Postmarked] LaPorte, Ind. June 3, 1910
[To] Miss Myrtle Alexander
North Liberty, Ind.
Greetings from Burt
Posted by The Archivist at 8:09 AM
Monday, May 21, 2012
[Postmarked] West Exeter, NY Sep 25, 191?,
[To] Mrs. W. W. Potter
Sept 24, 1913
Dear Sister Alice,
Clarence died Sept 9. Mother is better. I guess the medicine you brot[?] her is helping her. We have had a nice rain. Hope you are well.
Friday, May 18, 2012
[Postmarked] Elkton, Mich. Apr. 20 1917
[To] Mrs. Edw. Schreyer.
Elkton April 19
Many Happy returns on your Birthday April 21st.
Received your letter
Will ans soon.
We are all well. it is raining and is really getting a little warm.
Ever your cousins Gus and Lucy.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
[Postmarked] Kleinburg Mar 29, [year illegible]
[to] Miss Marion Woods
859 College St.
Den still intends going west. I have not seen him since yesterday noon. I guess he will know what he is going to do when he comes back. I hope you will be out to see us soon. I would like to get to see Uncle and Aunt before I start work, but chances are small.
Ed. Green, Jr.
Den came home tonight and he leaves for the west Tuesday.
Monday, May 14, 2012
[Postmarked] Upper Sandusky, O., Mar 29, 1911
[To] Miss Myrtle Wooster
Indiana RR No. 1
I arieft [arrived] home all save and sound. look out or in the water you will go a swimming. Hope that you are keeping well. Don't stay out all night when Charlie comes to see you. From yours truly, LSR.
Friday, May 11, 2012
[Postmarked] Marquette, Mich, Aug 20th 8 p.m. 1910
[To] Myrtle Alexander
c/o C.S. Worster
Aug. 21th, '10
S.S. Harvard -
Received the card and letter all. Q[?]H. was glad to hear from you once again. But was sorry to hear that you think of going to the Bend this winter just because I am coming. All the young people must go to work. Too Bad, well good Bye. Best Regards, B.H.W.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
[Postmarked] Mason City, Iowa, Nov 5 1909
[To] Mrs. C. V. Hulbert
Nora Springs, Iowa
Pearl, Trude and myself will be home Sat. night. I think, I will then bring home all that stuff that I was going to express. Lovingly,
Millis H. [perhaps Millie]
Posted by The Archivist at 4:00 AM
Monday, May 7, 2012
[Postmarked Tell [?] Wis. Oct 8 1909
[To] Miss Myrtle Larson
R. No. 1 Box 28 c/o Amos Larson
I will now send the postal I once promised you and hope to get one in return soon. How are you? I am well. Got over alright to Gerties. Annie went today. Have just done my work. Ans. Soon.
From Bertha Ness.
Posted by The Archivist at 8:39 AM
Friday, May 4, 2012
[Postmarked] North Liberty, Ind. ?? 1908
[To] Mr Ray Reamer
I suppose you got home all ok. Don't forget to write.
Yours as B4
Ida May [possibly Ida Mays]
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
[To] Herbert L. Allen
Locke Mills, Maine
Just a word of encouragement I am glad you have got a good job and hang to it. How is your cold. Better I hope. When shall you come home again. When you do come over how do you like your job well but I wish you good luck lot of girls and other things. Good Bye from Teliss [?].