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 (?)
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 grippe. I enjoyed myself at Big Dam don’t worry about a —(I cannot make out the rest of the writing) but it is signed, Your Friend, Frances.
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. Good Bye. Ever Yours, Carrie
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 night. Will tell you more about it in my next letter. Here’s a stamp for you, Don. PS – Max will you tell Mother to save that stamp on her letter for me.
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 to go to Lancaster Co. the last of this week for a few days. Mr. Covall is here now so we have a nice little family. Only had my ears pulled 22 times yesterday – By By Lillian
This postcard is addressed to Mr. & Mrs. N.W. Schley 2427 Stuart Avenue Richmond, VA. It reads – Here we are! Gosh – what a beautiful place & the food is grand. Sorry it’s only for 3 days. We fished today but did not catch too much. It is grand and warm and the boys are having a ball. Bob and I are too. Will write when I get home. Love, Betty.