Another quick post while I’m scanning photos. This one is an Easter-themed postcard written to Frank Scott by his sister Mary “Mate” Scott on Saturday, April 11, 1914—the day before Easter. She’s not a big fan of punctuation, and he’s apparently not the greatest correspondent.
The postcard was mailed from Deer Creek, MN, to Menahga, MN, a distance of about 30 miles.
The stamp has long since been removed, but the postmark and the writing are clearly preserved.
Haven’t heard from you in so long[;] didn’t know where to write[.] I wrote Gertie a letter you read that we have sent Eva and Mable some cards and a letter[.]
Where are you working[?] Cassie is well[.]