Postmark: INDIANAPOLIS, IND. FEB 12, 1914 12 AM Message: Indianapolis, Thursday a.m. Dear Mother, Arrived here last night. Leave for b. Friday night or some time Sat. Will wire you. No need to meet me, as […]
Postmark: Nov 11 — 1880 Message: Grandma remains about the same – no improvement. Your uncle Theo is not so well this am. He looks very bad and is losing appetite and strength I fear. You could be of no service […]
Postmark: BROAD RIPPLE, IND. OCT 6, 1909 Message: Wouldn’t you like to drive here! Doesn’t it look like Spring Creek? M.E.S. Addressee: Miss Julia Schrader Victoria, Texas Penny for your thoughts: Where is ...
Postmark: INDIANAPOLIS, IND SEPT 18, 1910 10-PM Message: Indpls Hello Iona, Arrived here safe and sound. School in morning at 8 o’clock. I will work at the rest. in the morning. Will write more soon. Yours, [&hel ...
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