Friday, November 15, 2013
Postcard mailed from Hawaii to Watertown, New York, on April 7, 1973. Message: Dear Mom and Dad – We are watching the "Brady Bunch" when they were in Hawaii. Yesterday received a packet which contained a felt calendar with a variety of ways to make a design. It looks like a good project but do not want to put all that time into a calendar so shall do a felt picture. Thanks very much...if you were the ones to send it to me. Received a letter from Judy today. So this is the weekend and must work on my income tax. Take care – Love, Jo. I'll mail this to the Watertown address today.
Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Postcard mailed from
Bay Shore, New York,
to , on July 6, 1965. Message: Dear
Richard, Just a note to say “hi.” N.Y. is the most wonderful place and theWorld’s Fair is too beautiful to be true! Yesterday we stayed from 11:00 A.M.
to 1:00 AM! Friday night we had dinner in Memphis, Tennessee Wash.
D.C. near the . I wish you
could see it all and enjoy it like we are. See ya soon! Sincerely, Bonnie.
I'll mail this to the Capitol
address today. Memphis
Friday, October 11, 2013
Received a response to this Postcard Diaspora entry.
Dear Mr. Goodwin:
Thank you for forwarding the postcard which you forwarded on October 8, 2013.
Harold Rudisill was the founder of this law firm and a close friend of the family. He died in 1969. I will forward the postcard to the “authors” who are my cousins.
YINGST & HART, LLP
Matthew L. Guthrie, Esquire
Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Postcard mailed from Los Angeles, California, to Philadelphia, PA, on January 19, 1920. Message: Hello James. How are you fine I guess. How is all the family fine to I guess. Hee haw. Boyton B. In this case, I am mailing the postcard to the sender's address in LA.
Postcard mailed from Plymouth, New Hampshire, to Hanover, Pennsylvania, on August 7, 1959. Message: We are climbing the rokes and finding seashell and pretty stones. Hope to see you soon. Ande and JOEY. I'll mail this to the
Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Postcard mailed from Atlantic City, NJ, to Belmont, MA, on March 10, 1918. Message: I arrived here Sat. Afternoon with my father. It is great here and I love it here. I expect to ride on horseback Tuesday. Do you see the horses on the shore? I am staying in Hotel Traymore. Love, Dorothy. I'll mail this to the Belmont address tomorrow.
Postcard mailed from Washington, PA, to Slatington, PA, on July 11, 1961. Message: Hi Fellows: Had a nice trip so far. The convention is right across the st. from here. Visited one of Laffy's buddys (in the war) at Charleroi this evening. Iona & Laffy. I'll mail this to the Slatington address tomorrow.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013
Postcard mailed from
to , sometime in 1966. Message: Hi
Kath. This is where I’m staying while in Wash. That’s why I haven’t written. I’ll
explain later. I’m having a ball. Got a new minie dress too! I’ll write soon.
Hope all is well & everyone’s fine. Stay as sweet as you are & and all
will be good. See ya soon. Love ya, JoAnn. I'll mail this to the Rochester, New York address today. Rochester
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Postcard mailed from Eagle Nest [
Blue Mountain Lake],
New York, to ,
on August 8, 1950. Message: Bernedette & Jane up at E. Nest but don’t
like it like Princeton, New Jersey Keene Valley. We will stay 3
weeks more. All are well. Hope you got a nice place. I don’t hear any news. I
hope Rose your two children are well. Has the baby come yet. Come to see me in
the city. Love, Kathleen & Bernadette Galligan. I'll mail this to the Princeton address today.
Postcard mailed from
Stratford-upon-Avon, England, to ,
on July 13, 1973. Message: Dear Marsha, I hope you got to go on your
trip. We have had some varied & exciting experiences – some good, some
wonderful, some “pretty bad.” On the whole wonderful, but not enough time!
Tonite we saw As You Like It. [illegible] wonderful! Love, Ruth. P.S. If you
don’t collect cards, please save this for my collection. R. I'll mail this
to the Springfield, Ohio
address today. The review I link to of the production that the writer saw is worth reading. Springfield