Penny Post: I want to know I am all OK

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Military Park Entrance, Indianapolis, IN

Military Park Entrance, Indianapolis, Ind.

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INDIANAPOLIS, IND.       STA. A       SEP 16, 1908      6 P M

Message: 

Sept 15th

Dear Corwin,

My park days soon will be over.  Did your Pa get the ten dollars I sent him [in] June?  I never herd [sic].  I want to know that I am all OK.

Aunt Sarah

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Postmarked September 16th, 1908

Address: 

Corwin Overhiser

Bentonville

Fayette Co.

Ind.

Penny for your thoughts: 

What is your favorite Indianapolis Park?

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