Penny Post: How Are You Getting Along With Those Kids?

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INDIANAPOLIS, IND.           AUG 30, 1910     11-PM

Emrichsville Bridge (image: http://www.digitalindy.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/postcard/id/8/rec/12)

Emrichsville Bridge, Indianapolis, Indiana         (image courtesy DigitalIndy.org)

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Dear Brother & Sister,

How are you getting along with those kids.  I hope they won’t worry you.  So you had some company.  Poor Willie.  I feel sorry for him.  The children don’t say a work about coming home.  How is John getting along from Kate

 

Postmark August 30th, 1910

Postmark August 30, 1910

Addressee:  

Mrs. Minnie Bredewater

New Point, Ind

Decatur Co.

Penny for Your Thoughts: How did you spend summers when you were young?  Did you visit any relatives? Where did you go?

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