“I WISH IT NEED NOT HAVE HAPPENED IN MY TIME,” SAID FRODO.
“SO DO I,” SAID GANDOLF, “AND SO DO ALL WHO LIVE TO SEE SUCH TIMES. BUT THAT IS NOT FOR THEM TO DECIDE. ALL WE HAVE TO DECIDE IS WHAT TO DO WITH THE TIME THAT IS GIVEN US.”
J.R.R. TOLKIEN, THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING
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Tag Archives: picture post cards from the early 1900s
March 21, 1907 Dear Luke, I hope you are behaving yourself. You see what can happen if you don’t. Please come home soon. Your wife, Bessie
February 11, 1907 Dear Bessie, I love you. I miss you. Your husband, Luke
March 17, 1907 Dear Luke, I miss you so much and am doing all the chores while you are away. Please come home soon. I love you always, your wife Bessie P.S. It’s okay by me if you vote.
First comes love, then comes marriage. Then comes Luke and Bessie pushing a baby carriage. Lucia Catherine was the occupant of this particular baby carriage and she was the only child of their marriage. Expectations for a Luke, Jr., turned happily into a … Continue reading
Bessie loved the sights she’d seen on her honeymoon trip and wrote her longest comments on a post card of Thomas Circle dated Sunday, September 29, 1907. Was she writing to one of her sisters or someone in Luke’s family … Continue reading
Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. Washington’s Favorite, Sept. 28 – 29 1907 B. and L. Horse-drawn carriages and trolley cars mingled with the newfangled motor cars that made Pennsylvania Avenue a noisy busy scene for our honeymooners Bessie and Luke as they … Continue reading
Friday, Sep.27 – 1907 Viewed city from Monument Bessie and Luke left the Jamestown Exposition and continued their honeymoon with a visit to Washinton, D.C. The Washington Monument was a must stop for them as they got their bearings … Continue reading