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Union Station, Indianapolis, IND.
Indianapolis’ clock tower railway station, designed by Thomas Rodd, opened in 1888 at 39 Jackson Place. The tower section of the station still stands in the original location, today’s 350 South Illinois Street.

Postmarked: Indianapolis, IND – FEB. 22, 1923 – 4 PM

Message:
Indianapolis, Ind.
2-21-23

Dear Folks: Rec’d your card. Glad you both escaped the flue; so have we this winter – Mother not well but keeps going. We can’t keep her still. I am still gaining strength and weight too. We did not know about Sam Burford’s stroke. We may go over to Rockville Saturday and come back Sunday. Tell Willis I am going to write that letter and win the nickle soon.
Love, Sue

Note on the side: Jack Bracken is here playing checkers with dad now.

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Addressed to:
Mrs. Willis Brown
Wakita, Oklahoma

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