Monthly Archives: June 2018

Aunt Charlotte’s Old Face, Twice

I don’t have enough postcards to do two a week for long, but this one is┬ábrand new (to me) and I like it as a way to go into the weekend. So happy Friday, from Charlotte S., who sounds like … Continue reading

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It’s Grandma Who’s Interesting

Today I’d like to share Postcard 8, an image of Lenin’s Tomb in Moscow, although it is postmarked from Leningrad. Because this isn’t 100 years old and because I’m only sort of confident all the named characters are dead, I’m … Continue reading

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I’m Nancy Drew, Is How I Did It

Yesterday’s post has generated an interesting conversation on Facebook, so I’m going to write a little post here about how I did the research. [Also, for the record: I’m blurring a lot of stuff for now because some of these … Continue reading

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“Oh Ma you can’t guess”

This card is one of my favorites because I really had to wrestle with it. When I first read the back I thought it seemed so forlorn, but I hoped I could find a happy ending for its author, so … Continue reading

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