Memoir Monday – Postcards from the Past – Sweet Face

Postcard 3 Front

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Postcard 3 back

The required US legal disclaimer: All images are the property of their owners I reproduce them here under the Fair Use Doctrine of the copyright law for commentary and critique

Postmark: Ratclif, Texas Dec 7, 1908

Addressee: Miss Mattie Longmire (the Mattie from my November 2nd post?) , Corryton, RFD #!, Tenn.


Message: Hello Mattie, Recd your card yesterday. it was certainly a nice card. I am glad to hear that Wilma is able to be in school again. What are you going to do Xmas I think I shall spend my Xmas in Lufkin Wash I could spend it wit you and Wilma. Herb

Printed on card back: SEMI-Photo Song Series B. – Words and Music by Chas. K. Harris. Copyright, 1908, by Charles K. Harris.

Printed on front: I don not crabe for pleasures gay. Your sweet face haunts me day by day.

6 thoughts on “Memoir Monday – Postcards from the Past – Sweet Face

  1. I love old postcards, but right now I’m in a tizzy trying to remember where I put my collection when I rearranged several rooms. I just MUST make a master list of all my lovely junk and treasures.

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