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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Gold Horse Shoe and an Angel Wishing Us a Good Luck and Happy New Year

Almost there... the year is almost over .. It has been a hard year for many of us out there. I pray that next year is better for all of us .

This beautiful vintage New Year post card comes with a lucky horse shoe wishing all of us

Good Luck and Happy New Year

May Good Fortune favor you

It was published by International Art Pub Co series 3154

Addressed to George Mershis of North Dakota and post marked Dec 30 1911

wow that is 99 years and one day ago it was sent by a friend that looks like a O' Keefe and looks like they were living in Sioux City Iowa

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Happy New Year and Happy Days Vintage Postcard

Happy almost new year. This is one of my pretty New Year Vintage Post cards. What a darling baby watching the sands of time.

Happy New Year

Happy hours and happy days

Happiness a million ways

May the new year bring to you

With great success in all you do.

This vintage post card is unused is marked Ibson lines

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 13 Christmas Verse

Christmas is creeping up on us. Time to spend time with our love ones and think of our family far away or who have past on. Many Christmas's have past for me. 61 one to be exact. Lots of wonderful memories and some not so great.

Times are good today. Money is tight, but we have our health ( cancer free 5 years ) ( sober 2 years 10 months and 20 days thank you Jesus) Hubby is well, children are doing pretty good. As in many cases money is tight for them too, but we have it so much better than a lot of folks around us. We are warm, have a place to sleep and food to feed our bellies. I want to take this time to be thankful for all I have and to pray for those still suffering with no place to sleep, hungry, out of work and what ever disease they are suffering from.

I want to thank all of you who visit me at my different blogs. You may not comment often but I do sense you there and hope that I give you some joy or a just a smile.

God bless you and have a wonderful Christmas and lets pray for peace and a prosperous year for all of us.

Today's vintage post card is a Christmas Verse .
Here's a Christmas Message packed with cordial good cheer

To friends, one and all, far and near, Of Peace on earth, good will I send

A loving message to you , dear friend

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 12 Everywhere It Is Christmas

Every Where It Is Christmas
And The Heart Of The Glad
World Laughs
Lovely vintage post card no post mark or stamp so hard to date it. Is marked Christmas series # 136
Addressed to Mrs. Will Buninger from Aunt Irene

Monday, December 21, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 11 1910

I love vintage post cards and I especially love holiday postcards. Christmas postcards are my favorite.
This beautiful one is from 1910 featuring gold bells and holly.
A Merry Christmas bottom left corner
marked #1159
Post marked Detroit Michigan December 23 1910. Addressed to Miss Mildred Anthony of Cleveland Ohio.
Greta writes Wishing You A Happy Holiday

Christmas is almost here, I hope that you have been enjoying my Christmas cards.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Festival of Postcards Dedicated to All Things White Vintage Christmas Post Card # 10

This Festival of Postcards is Dedicated to All Things White. This is such a beautiful vintage post card of a pretty woman in black hat with flower, red coat with white fur collar and matching muff . All around her is white snow. The post card is titled White Beauty and is #110 copyrighted 1906 C S Porter Chicago.

This wonderful card was post marked 1909 and mailed to George Merches of Elbow Lake Minn. The date is hard to make out but looks like July 12 1909. Strange card to mail in July.

The card is from George's sister Gertrude . She says

Dear Brother, I received your cards and was glad you taught of me must say I had been waiting to hear from you Olsons had a surprise party yesterday John is home as he is not well he could not work any more Maths Linders sister was here I tell you she is fine wish you could have seen her You could not believe she was his sister I had a card from her She is ? Best Love to you answer soon From sister Gertrude

Hope you are enjoying my Vintage Christmas Cards

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 9 Christmas Greetings and Wooden Shoes

This is a different vintage post card with the Dutch theme. Was printed in the US and marked series 69.

So colorful and pretty with this darling couple in their wooden shoes.

Christmas Greetings
If Santa Claus
Filled My Stocking Mit Dis Hole
I wouldn't Get Mutch "

postmarked Dec 22 1916 and addressed to Miss Florence Franz of Milwaukee Wis
From Emma Nesper
Hello Florence Hope that Santa Claus will be good to you

Thanks for stopping by.. Hope that you are enjoying my Christmas post cards.. Grace

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 8 A Hearty Christmas Wish

What a great old vintage Christmas card I have hear. Holly frames it and we have a carriage and horses pulling the passengers through the snow.

" Something old and something new
Goes in this hearty wish for you
A Merry Christmas "

This post card is probably from 1907 to 1914 . It is not postmarked or written on.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 7 Plum Pudding For All

This is one of my prettiest Christmas post cards. What a darling young child in short pants and a red sash around her waist.

Happy Christmas
Here's the plum pudding =
all in a blaze
Won't it be greeted with
Hip Hip Hoorays!

Thanks For Stopping By... I love vintage postcards and hope that you are enjoying viewing some of my Christmas Postcards

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 6 A Jolly Santa Claus

What a sweet jolly Red suited Santa Claus from the early 1900's. He is sitting on a snow bank and carrying lots of packages for all the children.

" Wait a bit till
I get my wish to you
for a jolly Christmas "

I found this pretty post card in an antique store here in Texas and a perfect addition to my collection to sell on eBay

Hope everyone has a wonderful Friendship Friday

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 5 Sweet Children sent to the Friend Family

Today's vintage post card is so beautiful and sweet. We have two darling children one is playing a harp and the the other a fiddle.

Two little kiddies as good as can be,

Each with a present which hung on the tree,

Both of them cleaver and both of them sharp,

One plays the fiddle, the other the harp.

This is postmarked and stamped December 24 date is unreadable
addressed to Master Persy Friend O'Fallon Illinois
and was sent by Homer Friend who says Merry Christmas.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 4 A Merry Christmas 1914

Here is another beautiful vintage Christmas Post card. Darling young child carrying Christmas Holly.

Postmarked 1914 from Colorado Springs Colorado to Masters Percy and Orville Friend of O'Fallon, Illinois

from Aunt Grace and Dan and Dee. They write Merry Xmas and Happy New Year. We're going to have a 6 foot Xmas Tree in North Park
Thanks for stopping by, come again and see my other vintage Christmas post cards.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card # 3 A Merry Christmas

What a beautiful vintage Christmas post card featuring a silver bell with a blue bird. " A Merry Christmas " Stamped with no post mark and addressed to Mr La Rue Brown St Clair Colorado. Says Dear Grandpa Wishing you a merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. From Jennette Hubbard.

While it has no postmark it is probably from the early 1900's. Marked Christmas series no 14.
Hope that you have enjoyed number 3 of my vintage postcards. Come back and see others I post.

Friday, December 11, 2009

PFF Vintage Christmas Post Card # 2 Christmas Greetings

Today is Friendship Friday and I am sharing my second Christmas Post card. This one is so beautiful and has two little girls looking out the window with the snow falling. Even has a doggie in the window. This one is not post maked but from the early 1900's.

Back is marked Carte postale Postkarte post card and is marked La Rue Friend Jr. and in pencil at the bottom says Xmas 1913 Miss Mabel . Also marke Import printed in Saxony.

Hope that you enjoy this beautiful post card be sure to come back and see my future posts on Vintage Christmas Post cards.

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Vintage Christmas Post Card #1 1911 Good Wishes

Day one of sharing my vintage Christmas Card. This post card features a beautiful scene and the statement " With the best of Good Wishes for your Health and Happiness This Christmas

This lovely post card was posted December 24 1911 in Preston Minnesota. Was mailed to Miss Ethel Busse of Canton Minnesota . Sender did not sign but says

Merry Xmas and Happy
New Year to you all from us all.
Lou is with us for Xmas and
Joe too and glad that you
are getting along fine
and hope so right along
but do not look for us til
we have good sleighing
then we can come down
with our steppers.
Will be as busy as a bee on
a posey Ha Ha you know Love

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Man Does Not Live By Bread Alone Vintage Postcard

Man Does Not Live By Bread Alone
Beautiful vintage postcard from the early 1900's
Addressed to George Meerchess of Aldham South Dakota

Friday, December 4, 2009

PFF The Beauty of Mount Holy Cross Colorado

What a beautiful vintage post card this one is. And perfect for the start of the Christmas season.
It is titled " Out Where The West Begins " This is a poem famous around the world as defining the spirit of the west more effectively than anything yet written. It was written by Arthur Chapman, then a report on a Denver newspaper on the occasion of a dispute as the the real boundary of the West. The poem and Mount Holy Cross are two symbols of the marvelous west that are familiar to all.
Mount Holy Cross is in Colorado.

Out Where the West Begins
Out where the handclasp's a little stronger,
Out where the smile dwells a little longer,
That 's where the West begins;
Out where the sun is a little brighter
Where the snows that fall are a trifle whiter,
Where the bonds of home are a wee bit tighter
Out where the skies are a trifle bluer,
Out where friendship's a little truer,
That's where the West begins,
Out where a fresher breeze is blowing ,
Where there's laughter in ever streamlet flowing,
Where there's more of reaping and less of sowing.
That's where the West begins.
Out where the world is in the making
Where fewer hearts with despair are aching.
That's where the West begins;
Where there's more of singing and less of sighing.
Where there's more of giving and less of buying.
And a man makes friends with half trying.
That's where the West begins.
Arthur Chapman

I love this postcard, it is so beautiful. And a wonderful start to this holiday season.

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Friday, November 27, 2009

PFF Vintage 1934 Postcard of Church of the Convenant and Kenan Memorial Wilmington N C

This vintage post card is of the Church of the Covenant and Kenan Memorial in Wilmington North Carolina.

Vintage post cards can be a great addition to family history books. This one is perfect for some one who lived in Wilmington and attended this church when this post card was posted.

This one was posted June 14 1934 to Mr E C Foster in Newton Kansas and is from Albert

Dear Bro and folks
My trip to Niagara
was sure nice
spent the last week
in Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Wash D C
Your bro and uncle
Albert J F
The Church of the Covenant and Kenan Memorial Sunday School combine to form one of the most handsome church properties in the South. The church was given as a memorial to his parents by the late Dr James Sprunt of Wilmington
Happy Postcard Friendship Friday

Monday, November 23, 2009

Vintage 1925 Postcard From Albert Foster in Texas to his Dad in Oklahoma

Today post card is visiting vintage Houston,Texas. A Municipal Band Concert , City Park Houston Texas.
The colors are soft and show us a time about 85 years ago in Houston.
DH and I am now living in the Houston area for a few years. It is busy and crowded and nothing like this beautiful post card of course.
Post card is dated Jan 8 1925 Bellaire Texas and addressed to Mr. J W Foster of Clarita Oklahoma.
This postcard is from Mr Foster's son Albert.

He says " Holiday Greetings Dear Dad.

Am out of the Army now and going to school. Haven't worked out since getting out. How is everything at home by now and how was the Holidays. Didn't seem like Xmas to me haven't heard from Edgar in a long time. Have lost his address send it to me

Your son Albert 1607 Commerce Street Houston Texas.

I think it is sad that these postcards get separated from their family. It tells me we have a young man living in Texas and not with his family. It is addressed to his father, where is the mother. Sounds like working out is something he thinks about even though he is not doing it at this time. He recently got out of the Army and now in school. Family history in this short post card.

Thanks for stopping by... Hope that you enjoyed today's entry in vintage postcards

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Barless Bear Den in Milwaukee Wisconsin Vintage Postcard 1934

This wonderful vintage postcard is of " Barless Bear Den, Washington Park, Milwaukee Wisconsin is dated 1934.

Rising 15 to 18 feet, the walls of irregular naturalistic formation, have at the base a moat 15 feet wide scarcely visible from the public walk. The bears standing on the extreme edge of the moat stare at the crowds only some 18 feet distant. Unique groups of Polar, grizzly , Black Bears and Wolves here enjoy practical freedom. The swimming pool is 15 by 30 feet . 7 by 30 feet is provided for sleeping and hibernating.

This pretty post card is postmarked and stamped from Milwaukee Wisconsin and addressed to Mr and Mrs E L Foster of Newton Kansas.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Real Photo Post Card of Group of Children 1900's

Here is another real picture photo in my collection. This one is a group of 10 young children. Photo is small and sadly no names or anything on this photo to let us know who these children were.

Back of photo is marked Leonar and no stamp spot on photo. Not really sure how old this one is but from the early 1900's I think.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Three Beautiful Boys in this Vintage Real Picture Postcard

Another wonderful vintage postcard to collect is RPP Real Picture Postcards

My favorite type to look for is postcards of children.

Today's post card is of 3 beautiful young children

Is not stamped but addressed to Geo and Elsie and family

Our boys Delbert, Bernard and Arnold (no last name)

I am dating this from 19265 to 1940's . Stamp area is marked AZO with squares in the corner.

Hope that you enjoy this wonderful vintage Real Picture Postcard of three sweet boys

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving Day 1913 Vintage Postcard Turkey Day #5 on Friendship Friday

This is the last of the Thankgiving cards I bought a couple of weeks ago when I went Antiquing. Hopefully I have a couple of more to share with you in the future.

These vintage postcards are so colorful. This one is also dated 1913 and was mailed on Nov 21 to

Master LaRue Friend of O' Fallon from Uncle Charlie and Aunt Nel.

The Thanksgiving cards I have posted recently all came from the same family estate. Sad that some one no longer has this great family history in their collection.
Hope that you have enjoyed these Thankgiving cards, will have to search for any others I have.
Thanks for stopping by for Friendship Friday... take a look at others post and leave a message to let them know you stopped by.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving Day 1900's Vintage Postcard Turkey Day # 4

Happy Thankgiving Day with another Vintage Postcard. This Pretty Turkey Day postcard is not postmarked but comes same time frame as the others I found and featured. Addressed to same person Mr Percy Friend of O'Fallon Ill

This post card is wishing him they are all well and is from cousin Marine (?)

What a pretty colorful postcard with a big fat turkey

Monday, November 9, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving Day 1913 Vintage Postcard Turkey Day # 3

What a pretty vintage postcard is this that I found while antiquing.
Thankgiving Best Wishes Postmarked and stamped 1913 Bakersfield Califoria and addressed to Orville Friend O' Fallon Ill from Uncle Charles.

Beautiful colorful post card featuring a pretty young lady with a huge Horn of Plenty

Friday, November 6, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving Day 1913 Vintage Turkey Day # 2 on Friendship Friday

Happy Thanksgiving on Friendship Friday. Here is another of the wonderful vintage postcards I found while Antiquing.

What a petty young woman dressed in a vintage costume. Postmarked postcard are always my favorite. Shows us history. This one is postmarked Nov 21 1913 Bakerfield California to Percy Friend O'Fallon Ill from uncle Charlie and Aunt Nel ( maybe hard to read her name).

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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving Day 1915 Vintage Postcard Turkey Day #1

This last week end when we went antiquing I picked up several Thanksgiving and Christmas Vintage Post cards.
I will be sharing the Thanksgiving cards over the next few weeks.

This is the first one and it is adorable. Features a colorful big fat Turkey.

" May glad Thanksgivings crown your days and years "

This is a used post card postmarked from Colorado Springs, Colorado to

Mr and Mrs LaRue Friend and boys

Fallon Ill

Message is

Dear Uncle Ouhlie, I've got the coup am better now, but I scared mama Sat night. Eat lots of turkey for me Dee ... We're all well but Dee wish you were her Grace

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Historical Mounds Marietta Ohio on Tombstone Tuesday

I went antiquing this last Saturday in Katy Texas. Found several great post cards that I will be posting and selling on eBay. Starting today with a vintage post card of
" The Historical Mounds, Marietta Ohio " I am sorry to say I never heard about them before, but glad I found this post card of them.

Post card is copyrighted 1905 by the Rotograph company ( Germany.)
Addressed to Miss Arvilla Burk of Denver Colorado and postmarked Jan 18 1908.
Written under the picture of the graves is
Dear Sis or liz Why don't you ans my last lettter the first thing you know I write you another & then you will owe me two P.B.J

As I had not heard of this Historical mounds I went to and found this. It is only part written so will link the rest
THE GREAT MOUND OR CONUS The most interesting remain of the Mound Builders in Marietta is the large mound now enclosed in Mound cemetery. Of this mound it is but just to say that, although it is not the largest in the state, there are few of such beauty and historical fame. This mound is about 115 feet in diameter, and 30 feet in perpendicular altitude, and is perhaps the largest in the State in proportion to its circumference. It is very unique in its embankment and ditch surrounding it. This ditch is about fifteen feet wide and four feet deep, and outside of it
There is so much more interesting information to read thanks to WikipediaMound Cemetery (Marietta, Ohio)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Mound Cemetery Mound
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
Mound Cemetery with Great Mound in background
5th and Scammel Sts., Marietta, Ohio
39°25′13″N 81°26′33″W / 39.42028°N 81.4425°W / 39.42028; -81.4425
Governing body:
Added to NRHP:
February 23, 1973
NRHP Reference#:

View down from the Great Mound
Great Mound with William Stacy marker in foreground
Entrance to Mound Cemetery
Mound Cemetery in 1846
Marietta Earthworks
Mound Cemetery plaque listing Revolutionary War soldiers
Plaque quoting General Lafayette's comments about soldiers of the Revolutionary War buried in Mound Cemetery
Mound Cemetery in Marietta, Ohio is home to the Great Mound (aka Conus, Mound Cemetery Mound), built by the Mound Builders,[2] and is reportedly home to the largest number of American Revolutionary War officers buried in one location.[3][4] The Great Mound was preserved by the original pioneers and city founders of the Ohio Company of Associates. Many of the founders were officers of the Revolutionary War who received land grants for military services. Among the officers of the American Revolutionary War buried in Mound Cemetery are General Rufus Putnam, General Benjamin Tupper, Commodore Abraham Whipple, and Colonel William Stacy.

It was stated at the Conference that “more officers of the Revolution are buried in the Old Mound Cemetery, Marietta, than at any other place in the United States.”

DAR, American Monthly, Vol. 16 (Jan-Jun 1900), 329.
General Lafayette of France, who fought with the Americans during the Revolution, visted Marietta during 1825, and described these Marietta settlers and former soldiers: "I knew them well. I saw them fighting the battles of their country…They were the bravest of the brave. Better men never lived."[5]
So for Tombstone Tuesday I hope that you enjoy this great vintage post card and a little history thrown in.

Thanks for stopping by ... Grace

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Friendship Friday Lake Minnetonka Minnesota .. Vintage Postcard of Steamers

Welcome to Friendship Friday.... I am back on Lake Minnetonka sharing one of our vintage Lake Minnetonka post cards.

This post card is of the Steamers Stillwater and Como at Excelsior Dock, Excelsior Minnesota

The first white man to see Lake Minnetonka was Joseph H. Brown, who in 1822 paddled in a canoe up Minnehaha Creek to the lake from the Falls, a distance of 25 miles. The Indians called the lake Minnetonka ( Big Water) and it is well named as its total area is 13824 acres.

We bought this at a flea market years ago. It is unused and in very good condition.

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

My Kingdom For A Horse Vintage Postcard

Great old post card .. postmarked 1958 from Statesville NC

" My Kingdom For A Horse "

marked bottom right GC 38

was sent from Nancy and Opal to the E C Foster family of Newton Kansas

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Vintage 1911 Postcard of Young Lady in Ballet Outfit

Great vintage post card of a young girl in what are laced up shoes, maybe ballet shoes. She is in front of a fake ocean shore.

Bottom of post card says 1910 Colonial Art Pub Co NY

Pub F G Henry Co Ins NY

Back of post card is divided and stamped with postmark Mar 14 1911 N Dak.

Condition is used with some wear and creases on corners.

Interesting old post card

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Vintage Real Post Card of 3 Young Boys ? Early Boy Scouts

This is a old real post card that is unused. Back is divided and has no place for the stamp. Bottom center says Leonar 1452.
I do not remember where or when I bought this post card or if it is from the United States or is foreign

The picture is of three young boys. There are a total of three bikes. One is near the boy on the right and the other two are leaning up against the bushes on the right hand side.The boys are dressed in short pants and long socks. Not sure if they are in uniforms of some kind, could be some kind of scout uniforms. The boys on the left are looking at something in the grass or could even be building a camp fire. There may be some bedding on the ground right of the boy on the right hand side .

Great old post card probably has a story of three young men. Would love to hear if anyone has any ideas about this post card.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Vintage Postcard from Dublin Ireland Sackville Street

This is a great vintage postcard of Dublin Ireland that came from a collection I bought at auction. It is dated Nov 18 08 and comes from Virginia Co. Ireland. Must of been sent in an envelope since no post mark and written message covers the whole back side.

Picture is of Sackville Street & O'Connel Bridge Dublin. Great picture with people in the dress of the time. Horses pulling carriages and the Street car advertising View Books.

The building is advertising Vinolia. When I put Vinolia into a Internet search I found out that it was a bath soap company and that they supplied this soap to the first class passengers of the Titanic. You can still buy this soap over the internet and is popular due to the Titanic connection.
Great old post card that is 110 years old.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Funny Postcard with Curvy Woman Sitting by Side of Road

Cute post card I found among some postcards I bought at an auction months ago. This one is postmarked 1954 so over 50 years old.

Young red head lady sitting by the side of the road under a Slow Down sign. I love the nylons, no panty hose but the old stockings that were held with a garter belt.

I'm Using My Head .... And Havin' A Swell Time!

Post card is copyrighted by Curt Tiech & co C 759

Postmarked from Michigan... hard to read town does have Oak in name. He does say he is in Romeo Michigan 6/8/1954.

Addressed to Ed Foster of Newton Kansas and is from Barney 200 lb brakeman. He says he arrived here no trouble Weather is fine and he is having a good time.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Darling Puppy Getting All Wet 50+ years old Vintage Postcard

What a cute vintage postcard featuring a little dog. The fire hydrant is getting him wet instead of him visiting the fire hydrant .

Says " Back Fire ! " Cute and colorful.

Post card is used and postmarked August 25, 1954 San Bernadino California.

Addressed to Susan Stahlheber of Newton Kansas .

Written is

Hi Muffet

Isn't this a cute little puppy? It looks like he is getting a little wet. That's what mommys gonna due. I had my hair set and nails done.

This sweet card is over 50 years old.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Sweet Saturday Postcards

Missed Friendship Friday because of work so here I am on Saturday posting this cute postcard from the 1930's.

Love these little vintage postcards expressing love to someone.

Used post card sent to Newton, Kansas from Abilene, Kansas. Postmarked 1930. Written in pencil and hard to make out exactly. Looks like Jim arrived at 6:25 with not a bit of trouble. Asking for Kansas papers to be saved. Something about look at all the houses and everything. Edd home this week. Sure rained alot. Was sent to Mr. E C Foster but addressed to Lady

Sad this did not stay in family. Must tell some story about someone traveling.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

On Lake Minnetonka Minnesota on the Express Boat

Another day on Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. This vintage postcard is showing the Express boat

Bottom of post card has No638 VO Hamilton Pub Co Minneapolis and Chicago. Copyrighted 1906 by Sweet.

This beautiful post card is used and postmarked Tonka Minn Jul 23 1908

Addressed to Mrs. Altha Wells of Ortonville Minn. Her friend writes that she has been looking for a letter that has come and that writer wishes she would visit. Does not say who post card is from. May have initials written among the writing of CBH.

This is another post card from our personal collection. We had family in this area but this is not a relative of ours.