Thursday, September 5, 2013
[Postmarked] East Radford, VA, Apr 9, 1925
[To] Miss Louise Foutz
R.F. D. 1
Hoping you are better and that you will have the most joyful Easter you have ever had.
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
[Postmarked] Washington D.C April 15, 192[4? 5?]
[To] Mrs. Ellen R. Bayne,
Prince Georges' Co.
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.
Sunday, September 1, 2013
[Postmarked] Bridge[water] VA, [Dec?] 6, 1909
[To} Miss Rauline Davis
Clifton Forge, Va
muddy Juke no. 6
in Care of Ed Davis
Friday, August 2, 2013
[Postmarked] Summit [WI?] Dec 27, 1911
[To] Rev. & Mrs. J. Hulteen
904 Main St.
Wishing you all happiness throughout this season.
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
[Postmarked] Jenera, Ohio, Dec. 22, 1911
[To] Mr. Albert Miller,
Dec 23, 1911
How are you. We have a new baby girl. Wish you both a Merry Xmas.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
[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.
315 E. High St.
Posted by The Archivist at 9:10 AM
Friday, July 19, 2013
[Postmarked] Dec 23, 1911 N.Y. [Town too light to read]
[To] Mrs. Mary Oltz
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.
Posted by The Archivist at 3:21 PM
Friday, July 12, 2013
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
[Postmarked] Tumwater [WA] Sept 11, 1911
[To] Mrs. Henry Gund
234 So. 27th
Sept. 10th - 11
Thank you very much for the great trouble you have taken in sending the sweater pattern. The directions are very plain &if I have time I will make it. Gertrude & I were at Elmas for 3 days last week. They had the Burning of Rome & other things in the Stadium. it was grand 60,000 there the first night. The next it rained & only 15000 went. I hope you found all well at Fred's. And so M is going to teach. Well well! We had rain yesterday. France went to Alaska for her vacation. Had a fine time. Ethel, Doris & Kathryn went to Switzerland Aug 11 -having a grand time. Love to all.
Monday, July 8, 2013
[To] Mr. Arthur Glow
Dear Brother: I surpose you are going to school as usual. What do you do when you get home. it is snowing here today. Ans. soon.
Best Love from
Ed. Ang & Arthur [?]
Friday, July 5, 2013
[No postmark or stamp]
Springfield, Ill May 19, '16
[To] Master Wilford Van Fossen
We wish you a very happy birthday
With love, from
Uncle Arthur & Aunt Jennie
Thursday, July 4, 2013
[Postmarked] 1911 [the rest unreadable]
[To] Mrs. H. Williams
c/o Harper Hospital
We are all on the go.
Almost cooking these hot days.
Posted by The Archivist at 5:30 PM
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
[Postmarked] Dunnell, Minn. Sept 26, 1908
[To] Miss Hadwig Fischer
From your cousin
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
[Postmarked] 9 AM Conn. [rest unstamped]
[To] Miss Selma Jahne
25 Ward Place
I am all right now But Ella and baby are sick now. The Dr. come up every day. I am very Thankful for the presant you sent me. From Emma.
Monday, June 24, 2013
[Postmarked] Reed Ferry, N.H, Aug 30, 1919
[To] Miss Jennette French
60 Ralley St.
Dear Nettie received card and We are glad you are coming. be sure and not dispoint us. Come rain or shine let us know when you want us to come after you. We are all well and hope to see you soon.
With love to all, Grannie.
Be here [on?] Wednesday.
Friday, June 21, 2013
[Postmarked] Melrose, Mass, June 21, 1917
[To] Miss Ellen Mercy Hoyt
Derry, N. H.
Care U. [M?] B. Hood R.F. D. Q.
Dear Ellen Mercy
I wish I could see you. I think of you every day. Please give much
love to your Mother, and have a good time at the farm and do not be sick any more, With love from
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
[Postmarked] Lowell, Mass [date stamp unreadable]
[To] Mrs Abbie J. Jones
Rye Beach, N.H.
Cousin Abbie, How do you all do I hope
you are [??] rich I have been looking for
a letter so long . I am
giving same in [??]
hope you will all have
a happy Christmas love
to all, Cousin Jennie
Posted by The Archivist at 11:25 AM