Friday, August 31, 2012
[To] Rev. J. M. Myers,
Cando, N. Dak.
Best wishes to you, from M. L. Huffman and family, New Market, Va.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
[Postmarked] Oglesby, Okla., Aug 23, 1910
[To] Mrs. R. T. Maloney
Oglesby, Okla August 23
My Dear Sister,
Why don't you write? I have wrote three times since we have heard from you. Now please write right away I am anxious to hear from you. I'm afraid you might be sick. With love from your sister, [????]a Richards
Monday, August 27, 2012
[Postmarked] Westbrook, Maine, May 15, 1916
[To] Mrs. B. H. Spurling
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Many happy returns of the day. I hope it will be a very pleasant day for you and you may get good news from dad. Wish I could bring you greetings in person but as I can't hope this card will help out. Lots of love from all. Lovingly, Frances
May 14, 1916.
Posted by The Archivist at 8:39 PM
Friday, August 24, 2012
[Postmarked] East Grand Forks, Minn. Sept 24 [no year]
1 Cent postage due
[To] Mrs. H.P. Coffey
1220 Dakota Ave.
Grand Forks, N.D.
Dear Frances. Just received the photos and many thanks. Gee you shouldn't have ordered so many. Say where the deuce did you disappear to Sun? We came right along didn't even take time to phone and the house was in darkness when we got there. When are you coming out? Will you be here next Sun?
Always your Friend,
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Monday, August 20, 2012
[Postmarked] Chapman, Kans. May 7, 1923
[To] Mrs. Quince Daines,
Hope you folk are all well-- I wish you folks could come up Sunday 13 & bring Stevenson along for we was going to come down. George was going to get the corn in first he want to get cattle for the pasture when he come. I just been thinking about you as much. I don't feel very well this summer. Will tell you all about it. I hope you can come. If it don't rain I will shut up them roosters [??]. With Love, M. H.
Friday, August 17, 2012
[Postmarked Morden, Man, Nov 11, 1929}
[To] Miss Zoa McIntosh
Monday Nov. 11, 1929
Dear Zoa: Here I am in the hospital NG came over to tell Ken all the things he had to be thankful for. Hard for him to see it our way. The doctor was here and thinks he is doing fine. he ordered dry dressings today so that is more encouraging. did I tell you Mrs. Sim South had a young son both doing fine. She is next door to Ken. Uncle and Aunt Kalista Edge & Irvine came out last night. Have not seen them yet. Love to all. Ib. [?]
Posted by The Archivist at 7:55 AM
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
[Postmark] Jan. 2, 1911, Portland, Ore
[To] Miss Pearl Richardson
1141 E. First Str.
We are both well and had a very pleasant Xmas and rec'd some nice gifts. No letter from _____ yet. May hear soon. Xmas was no doubt dull. Last year was different and will look for a brighter Xmas to come. Trusting you will have a very Happy New Year and brighter ones to come and lots of [???].
Sincerely, Maye T.
Monday, August 13, 2012
[Postmarked] Merom, Ind., Dec 30, 1910
[To] Miss Orlena Lester
R. R. #2
I haven't got such a nice card to send you as the one I received but I wish I did but maybe I will get a better one later on. Ralph.
Friday, August 10, 2012
[Postmark] Dec 23 1916, Mechanic Falls, ME
[To] Mr. & Mrs. Gardiner Edwards
c/o True [?] Farm [?]
Best wishes for a Merry Xmas
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
[Postmarked] Haverhill, Mass. Jan 1, 1910
[To] Miss Louise Schenk
Is this cold enough for you? A good finish for the old year. Would lke to be with you tonight and watch the old year out. A Happy New Year, Sis.
With love, Richard [in pencil] Dietrich Brother