Category Archives: Postcard of the Month

My Heart’s Best Wishes All Are Thine

This month’s “postcard” is actually a greeting card, but I just couldn’t resist posting it. The card reads: This day the secret of my heart O let me, dear, to thee impart; Its only prayer is “Be but mine”, Disdain … Continue reading

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Happy Days!

January’s postcard was postmarked on January 18, 1909 at 4 PM in Bucyrus, Ohio. The card is addressed to: Miss Hazel Kimble Dola, Ohio RR#

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Lookout For that Mistletoe!

This month’s postcard is addressed to Miss Hazel Kimble 215 West Center Street, Ada, Ohio.  Unfortunately, the postmark is faded and I can’t read it.

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Thanksgiving Greetings

This month’s postcard, circa 1910, was never sent through the mail and therefore has no postmark or any message written on the back. The front of the postcard reads: A Glad Thanksgiving Therefore I, William Bradford, Governor of Plymouth, Say:- … Continue reading

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