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Mount Royal Hotel Postcard

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John Bowie, Mary Bowie

A large folding post card with a picture of Mount Royal Hotel, Montreal, Canada. As you can see from the photo there is a piece torn out. Mailed Oct 27, 1946 8PM from Montreal.  It has a purple 3 cent stamp.  Oh, oh, 8 cents due!  Written to Mrs. John Bowie, 62 Grafton Ave., Milton, Mass.  The letter is quite long and speaks of a wedding this lady missed due to an accident and tells of the senders trip.  

Includes postage in USA

$4.00

Kissing boy and girl Postcard

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Clara Haraman, Hareman

Well, this is going to be a challenge.  First the postcard has some pieces missing which you can see in the photo. It was mailed in Mass in 1905 (hard to read date).  There is a 1 cent postage due stamp.  It is addressed to Miss Clara Haraman (Hareman), 28 Chestnut St. Bartan, Mass.  Now the fun begins, I have not any idea what language this is written in....I hope you do.  

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$4.00

Weather Forecast

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Brad M Lake, John Hammond

A funny card with some wear.  Mailed from Kent, Ohio Apr, 1900 (hard to read) has a green one cent stamp.  Sent to Mrs John Hammond, Hillmore, N. Y. from Brad M. Lake. 

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$4.00

Middletown Bridge

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Balzer

Has some damage, see photo.  Middletown Bridge, Red Bank, N.J.  Mailed Jul 30, 1908 and has 1 cent stamp.

Sent to Mrs. L.G. Balzer, 1045 Park Ave., New York from Alice who writes "I was at the place today.  We went by trolly and had a fine time.  Love Alice" 

Includes postage in USA 

$4.00

Caribou, Me

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Charles Adam

Someone...gee thanks a lot...punched holes in this card, however it does not take away from the genealogical information.  I cannot read the date it was mailed but has a 1 cent stamp.  I think the early 1900's looks as if it may be 1920.  Sent to Mr and Mrs Charles Adam, RFD, Box 21, Winthrop, Maine.  "I am having a dandy time.  Yours as ever. Expect to get home Friday. Marion" 

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$4.00

William R. McNeice

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Julian F. Parker, William R. McNeice

Mailed Dec 23, 1921 at 5:30 PM from Goshen, N.Y. A nice Christmas greeting from Julian F. Parker to Mrs. William R. McNeice, 63 Murray Ave, Goshen, N.Y. The stamp has been removed.  

Includes postage within USA.
 

$4.00

Miss Joehannah Steinman

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Johannah Steinman, Joehannah Steinman, Steinman,

A very nice postcard in very nice condition. Mailed Nov 12, 1917 from Philadelphia, Pa at 2 AM by Anna to Miss Johannah Steinman, Clemson Park, Middletown, New York, c/o Mr. Cross. Includes a nice message. 

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$4.00

Annie Mora receives a postcard.

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Annie Mora received this beautiful postcard.

Was not mailed.  Given to Miss Annie Mora, 101 Boylston St., Brookline, Mass. from C.K. XX.  C.K. wants to know if Annie will come see them.  Postage included within USA

$4.00

Postcard for Margaret Walsh

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Margaret Walsh receives a postcard.

Mailed April 19, 1909 from Pontiac, Ill at 9AM to Miss Margaret Walsh, Symerton, Ill, from Martha who writes in pencil she received Margaret Easter card and had her picture taken and would sent one to Margaret. 

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$4.00

Lucy Klein receives a postcard

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Lucy Klein receives postcard from "Bill"

Mailed Jan 21 at 10AM.  Cannot read the year probably early 1900's.  Miss Lucy Klein, St. Anthony, N. Dak., from "Bill" telling her he would be home that afternoon and he was glad for vacation.  Something stuck on from of postcard.  (see photo)  

Postage included in USA

$4.00

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