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The Anchor of the Battleship, Maine - Arlington, VA

Postcards from the Past – 1920

6/10/20 The postcard is addressed to Mrs. Jos. N. Buttell, 198 Hudson Avenue, Red Bank, NJ.  It reads: "Just completed our tour at the Arlington Cemetery.  Will be home Saturday afternoon." Love Clint (?) … [Read More...]

Keep Cool Post card from York Springs, PA

Postcards from the Past – York Springs, PA – 1923

This postcard contains a postmark dated February 28, 1923 from York Springs, PA.  It is addressed to Miss Edna Wagner, York Springs, R.D.#2, York Springs, PA.  It reads: "Friend Edna - first a couple lines to let you know we are having spelling at our school if the teacher does not get the … [Read More...]

Christmas Card - Hagerstown, MD

Postcards from the Past – December 30, 1909

This postcard has a postmark date of December 30, 1909.  It is addressed to Miss Mildred Glazier, Webster Mills, Fulton County, PA.  It reads: "Hello: I hope you have spent a fine xmas.  I have been in Hagerstown for two weeks now taking it all in having a grand time wish you could be here.  … [Read More...]

P. & R. Station, Palmyra, PA

Postcards from the Past – July 19, 1928

This postcard is addressed to: G.M. Bush, Shippan Point Sea Beach Drive, Stamford CT c/o Mr. & Mrs. J.A. Milligan.  It reads: "Dear Max: Hope you are all having a good time I know I am.  Be prepared to hear Heeney beat Tunny next Thursday night.  Aunt Mary took me to the show last … [Read More...]

Tunnel, Highland Park, Pittsburg, PA

Postcards from the Past – August 12, 1909

This postcard is addressed to Miss Hattie Henck R.F.D. No.2 in Landisburg, PA. It reads: "Dear Friends  I guess you thought I was never going to write but I have been so busy I have not had time write soon." May … [Read More...]

Norfolk, VA

Postcards from the Past – Septber 17th -1964 – Norfolk

This postcard is to Miss Doreen Hotem who resided at 4901 Kenwood Avenue in Baltimore, MD.  It reads, "Say hello to everyone for us.  We are running so much I do not have the time to be writing.  See you when we get home."  Love to All - Aunt Mildred & Uncle Lawrence. … [Read More...]

Greeting from Landsdowne, PA

Postcards from the Past – Landsdowne, Pa

This postcard is addressed to Miss Mildred Glazier, Webster Mills, Fulton Co., PA.  It is from Lillian who resided at Essex Avenue in Landsdowne, PA.  It reads, " Dear Little Millie - How is school going? Was you at the institute at the (tannery?) Rose C. is here now, arrived Saturday.  I expect … [Read More...]

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