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I write because I don't know what I think until I read what I say.
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