Monday, July 30, 2012
[Postmarked] What Cheer [date not visible]
[To] Mrs. Earle Leathers
What Cheer, Ia.
Nov 27 -08
Mable. Chad blacked old [name omitted by me] eye for her Wed. night and she had him arrested. His trial comes off at one o'clock this afternoon. Will send you another card tomorrow telling you how he comes out. Don't think it will be much for all making light of it. -Blanche.
Posted by The Archivist at 10:58 AM
Friday, July 27, 2012
[Postmarked] Great Bend, Kansas, Nov 15, 1912
[To] Mr. J. F. Merten
Dear Brother: -
Well John I seen this card down town I laughed to myself when I seen it so thought I'd send it to you for fun. How are you anyway. We are having nice weather here now, am so anxious to see you all. We went to show last night. There were 14 played in the orchestra last night and the pictures were fine.
Good bye, your Sis,
Ella Hans [? or Hand, or Hano?]
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
[No Stamp or Postmark]
[To] Mr. Albert Joudrey
Bridgewater, N. S.
How are you all this time. I am fine and having an OK time. Hope you will be pleased with this card. Best wishes for a happy birthday. Lottie.
Give my love to Gertie, not forgetting yourself.
Monday, July 23, 2012
[not sent through mail, no postmark]
[to] Miss Margery M. Gillies
706 Victoria Road
To Margery From Isa
With love and kisses on her
Friday, July 20, 2012
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
[postmarked[ Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept 5, 1917
[to] Miss Anna Shupitar
of Mercy Hospital
How do you feel. Was going to come up to see you today and was talking to Anna she said you should not have to much company so will come later. hope you feel better and wish you a happy birthday. Best wishes from Clara & Adolph.
[on the front] a kiss from little Irene
Monday, July 16, 2012
[postmarked] Vining, Ia
[to] Mrs. D. Abel,
Dear Mamma, Just rec'd your card and am so glad you are feeling better but am afraid you will do too much work to be sick again. We had quite a rain here & looks as tho' more might come. I have 26 chicks & 2 more eggs to hatch out of 33 eggs. Isn't that pretty good? I don't believe we will be up Sun. but we might but if it is so I can I am coming up next week. Do you think we could clean house or will there be work with the men there. I wish you could come down here June 1st during the day any way. How many chicks have you now? Maybe I'll get one of those dresses too where i see yours. My iron worked O.K. I din't use a cupful quite, ironed 1 1/2 hr. Goodby must get to work. Love to you, Grace.
Posted by The Archivist at 4:30 AM
Friday, July 13, 2012
[Postmarked Oct 1?, 19??, Magnolia, Ia]
[to] Miss Abbie Conklin,
c/o S. A. Conklin
Monday, Oct 16
my dear little cousin
Did Ruth receive the pattern I sent her? It is real cold and raining today. Have been sick with chills for a week. Do you go to school now? Write soon.
Love to all,
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
[Postmarked] Visalia, Cal. June 11, 1912
[To] Miss Mamie Heslop
241 N. Bunker Hill
Los Angeles, Cal.
I am haing a very nice time. I am going to write a letter tomorrow and will tell you all. I received your letter Monday morning. I amwell. The folks send there love. Julia.
Monday, July 9, 2012
[To] Mr. G. W. Huff
49 Douglass St.
Halo Geo how did you get home? hope you didn't have any trouble. Just had an aufle shower here . I think it is charging you now. Wish you had staid all night.
From Mama [possibly Maina, or Maria]
Friday, July 6, 2012
[Postmarked] [??] Texas, Jan 14,1910
[To] Miss Emma Wilson,
Recd your nice card ok. I think you are mistaken about me owing you a card. I was first wondering why you did not ans. my card. You surely don't get all of my cards. Well What are you doing for yourself now? I would like very much to see you. Guess you are as beautifull as ever. I am working hard but seems like I progress slowly. Ans. soon (Best wishes) Sincerely A. T. C.
[Someone, probably the sender, has written names across the fruit on the postcard. On the peach: Emma. On the pear: Albert]
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
[Postmarked] Springfield Mass., Jul 9 1913
[second postmark] York Beach, maine Jul 10, 1913
[To] Miss Jessie Lovle,
York Beach, Maine
The Fairview House
Dear Cousin. Clark has a cottage at the lake for us the 15 and he will be there also. I think the ride would be a long one for Ollie. He says every join seems so weak and he is so tired. The warm days was hard for him. He has a boy now to draw his cart for him. Wo Halmay help some but the change is what he needs. I trust it will help him. I am glad you and Aunty K. can be there. Love to you both -- Jennie [or Jessie?]
Monday, July 2, 2012
[Postmarked] Toronto, Ont. June 15, 1913
[To] Master R. H. Dill
Nelson, B. C.
Dear Reginald; -
This is great swimming weather. Congratulate you on the good showing for May, at School.
Posted by The Archivist at 2:30 AM