Jolly Time- 1900s Antique Postcard- Edwardian Romance- Don't Worry- Taylor Art Co- Dear Blank- Used
(3 1/2 x 5 1/2 In) This is an original antique Taylor Art Co. postcard from the 1900s. It shows an Edwardian couple smooching on a rustic woodland bridge, "Dear _____ Am having a jolly time- Don't Worry! Yours _____".
"July 28- 09- Stafford, Kans.- Miss Emma Susmeyer- Owenville, Mo- Dear Friend Emma- I will now ans. your nice birthday card which I received some time ago. That sure was a nice looking card, I just didn't have my birthday- but that didn't make no difference. Well am still alive and hope the very same from you. How is old MO. Kans is fairly warm and dry- everything looks dried up here- I been on a ___ here lately- I been out west and over at August Bergen out in the sand hills. I seen places where a dead goose could not live. You just could see a bush of grass here and there. How would you like to live there. I believe I would say like a man out there- he said he would have it if they would give it to him but seen some offle good land out west. Well hoe are the mills running- making enough flour to suply old gasconade or are they stopped grinding? Well expect I must close now. Don't get scared from this card- It looks alright. From a Friend, Best Regards", reads the lengthy message written on the back.
The postcard is used and is in VERY GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, a few minor stains and creases.
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