Morso,

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"What a grand vacation. You should try it sometime. I’m wondering if I’ll be able to come down to Earth! Thanks for the card. Love, Grace"
Ship Mail - Nassau, Bahamas
Postmarked 1939 

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"Thought you might like this. Hope you people are all O.K. Hope to be home in a month or so but I’m not sure. See you sometime  Harry"
Pittsburg, CA
Postmarked 1951 

gladyourenothere:

“Wish you a happy new year, Aunt Nonnie”
Postmarked 1914

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“Wishing you all Merry Xmas. To Katie from cousin Emilie”
No postmark, no address  

Me: I feel like Mary Tyler Moore in this outfit.
Account Manager: You ARE Mary Tyler Moore
gladyourenothere:

Wishing you a highly entertaining Hallowe’enDated 1909 

NOTE:This Halloween card is illustrated by American commercial artist Ellen Clapsaddle, known for her holiday themed postcards in the late 19th and early 20th century and highly collectable today. Working with publishers in Germany in the 1900’s -10s, Ellen ended up lost, penniless and alone after World War I broke out. 

gladyourenothere:

Wishing you a highly entertaining Hallowe’en
Dated 1909 


NOTE:
This Halloween card is illustrated by American commercial artist Ellen Clapsaddle, known for her holiday themed postcards in the late 19th and early 20th century and highly collectable today. Working with publishers in Germany in the 1900’s -10s, Ellen ended up lost, penniless and alone after World War I broke out

gladyourenothere:

“Dear Mary, I don’t know why you don’t write I would like to know how you made out. love Edna”
Navesink, NJ
Postmarked 1943

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gladyourenothere:

“Don’t forget the moon-light - GMG”
The Dorilton Apartment - New York, New York
c. 1900’s, No postmark, no address

NOTE:
 Located at 171 71st Street and Broadway, the The Dorilton Apartment is still standing; although it’s surroundings look a bit different. The flamboyant building; featuring giant sculptures, ornate balconies and a three-story mansard roof, is a New York City landmark.