Penny Post: I Can’t Come Up Yet

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Postmark: September 28th, 1909

John Rieman, Florist (image:  http://www.digitalindy.org/cdm/compoundobject/collection/postcard/id/50/rec/15)

John Rieman, Florist (image courtesy DigitalIndy.org)

Message: Dear Friend,

I got your card O.K. I would like to have that place up there but I can’t come up yet for 2 weeks.  I don’t suppose you can wait that long so I guess you had better get some one else.  I am sorry I can’t come any sooner but I can’t.  –Claude

Postmark September 28th, 1909

Postmark September 28th, 1909

Address: Miss Leota Gill

318 N. Senate Ave.

Indianapolis, Ind.

Penny for Your Thoughts: What are your favorite Spring and Summer flowers? And where do you get or see your favorites in Indy?

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Gwen Sunkel is a connoisseur of bad first dates and a collector of ticket stubs. When she's not catering to the every whim of her dog and two cats, she enjoys reading, yoga, building communities, dismantling the patriarchy, and falling in love with Indianapolis.

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