I love vintage postcards. Every time I wander into an antique store or estate sale I always end up at the vintage paper.
Here are four beautiful old post cards I found at an antique store. They are a series of a young lady fishing.
First post card is this pretty lady fishing on the front it says " A maiden fair fished all alone, Standing on a seawashed stone"
Back of post card is addressed to a Miss Martha Kaatz in St. Paul ( all of these postcards are addressed to this same lady ) and is post marked Nov 26 10 am 1909. They are from Ella
Second post card is this same pretty lady fishing and a young man stops to visit with her. On the front it says " Presently a man walked bye, Laughed they in each other eye "
Back is post marked November 29 8 pm 1909
Third post card is both this young lady and man holding the fishing pole. On front says " Said the maid: The fishing's fine, Come and help me pull in this line "
Back is post marked Dec 5 8 pm 1909
Fourth and last post card is the young lady has fainted I think? Oh how fair the ladies were 100 years ago. On front says " But, Alas! ---- For Maid and bale, She spoke a little bit too late.
Back is postmarked December 12 8pm 1909