Measles

I can't be sure if the small image on this postcard is of the sender, Jane "Jennie" Belle Johnston, or if it's a stock photo.  I bought it because of the humorous message Jennie wrote to her Grandmother, Mary A. Clapper.  Of course, the little note is funny now but I'm sure nobody was laughing... Continue Reading →

Brother

I purchased this real photo postcard, also known as an RPPC, at the same time as another antique photo but didn't pick up on the connection right away.  You might want to read my post about Birdie and Bert as this is Bert's younger brother, James McCollum.  Brace yourself, it's another sad story. "Hello to Bert... Continue Reading →

She Worked Hard for Her Money

It seems that Vera Norris and Bertha Whitney were no strangers to hard work.  As teenagers in the early 1900s, both girls worked as servants.  I suspect the person who wrote on the reverse of this RPPC (real photo postcard) would have positioned the names directly behind the sitter that each represented, which means Vera... Continue Reading →

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