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Nettie Jo Cummings Postcard Collection | University Archives

By Ashley Rankin

Collection Overview

Title: Nettie Jo Cummings Postcard CollectionAdd to your cart.
ID: 01/AR0096
Extent: 2.0 Boxes
Date Acquired: 00/00/1980

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Abstract

This collection contains post cards from Nettie Jo Cummings and her family members. These postcards range from postcards and cards from the early 1900s.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains 588 postcards.

Collection Historical Note

This collection was seperated from the Historical Post Card Collection.

Nettie Jo Cummings was born in Trenton, Tennessee on March 23, 1905 to John Barnette Cummings and Antoinette Thomas McAfee Cummings. She was one of seven children including John Barnett Cummings, Adda Mai Cummings Sharp, James Barnett Cummings, Willard Holmes Cummings Webb, Heber Brice Cummings, and Amma Mai Cummings.

Administrative Information

Repository: University Archives
Access Restrictions: This collection is not restricted.
Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Archives and Rare Books department. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: This collection is housed in the UNT Archives and Rare Book department vault. The UNT Archives and Rare Book department request a 24 hour notice from patrons in order to page materials from vault and ready the materials for use. Please contact the UNT Archives and Rare Book department for further information.
Acquisition Source: Nettie Jo Cummings
Acquisition Method: Gift

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Box 1Add to your cart.
 
Barcode: 706699
Item 1Add to your cart.
This card is titled "Let us rejoice in hope of the glory of God" and has a cross on it.
Item 2Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Ask for Huggns' Fine Candies, Kansas City, Mo." with two girls in the snow.
Item 3Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Gatham's Chill tonic Free from Poison Pleasant to Taste." and has a girlwith a hat on it.
Item 4Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Huggins' Crackers are the best." with a girl and a bird on it.
Item 5Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "Connecticut" with a farm, gate, and man cutting into a tree on it.
Item 6Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a bowl of cherries on the front.
Item 7Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement untitled. There is a girl holding a ribbonon the front.
Item 8Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There are two dogs on the front.
Item 9Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "The Sterling Co. Derby, Conn." with a baby playing with a cat in a living room.
Item 10Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Compliments of The new Home Sewing Machine Co." with a house and two flowers. In type on the front it reads: "Orange Mass, St. Louis Mo.; 30 Union Square, N.Y.; Dallas, Tex; Chicago, Ill.; Atlanta, Ga; San Francisco, Cal.; New Home"
Item 11Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement for coffee titled in hand-writing "May and doll in snow." There is a girl and a doll in the snow.
Item 12Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic." There is a woman with a scarf on her head, in type it reads: "Sweet as Honey. Babies Cry For it. No Cure No Pay."
Item 13Add to your cart.
This postcard has a flower wreath with white flowers on it.
Item 14Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "The Easter Carol." There are two choir girls on it with a hymn book.In type on the front it reads "See premium offer on other side." On the back there is an advertisement for Woolson Spice Co., Huron and Oak sts., Toledo, O.
Item 15Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Clark's O.N.T. Spool Cotton." This has a baby on the front with a basket of fabric.
Item 16Add to your cart.
This  postcard is titled "May your New Year be bright." There is a girl and a boy picking flowers in type on the front in type it reads: "Full of life and healhy pleasure, Gaily pass the hours away Blessed by childhood's greatest treasure, Hearts contented - at their play."
Item 17Add to your cart.
This postcard is an untitled advertisement for Bridgeport Elastic Web Co. There are two birds and an umbrella in the snow.
Item 18Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Huggins' Crackers are the best." With a girl with a bird on a farm.
Item 19Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "A.G." There is a fgirl washing two dogs.
Item 20Add to your cart.
This  postcard is untitled. There is a boat scene on the front.
Item 21Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a hand and flowers on the front.
Item 22Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl on the front.
Item 23Add to your cart.
This  postcard is titled "An Easter Souvenir." There are flowers on the front.
Item 24Add to your cart.
This postcard is an untitled advertisement. There is a girl on the front with flowers in a pink dress.
Item 25Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl on the front in a blue dress.
Item 26Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement for Woolson Spice Co., Huron and Oak Sts., Toledo, O. titled "Baby's First Easter." There is a mom and a baby reaching for a flower in type on the front it reads "See Premium Offer on the other Side." On the back there is  an advertisement for a Pocket Knife for drinkers of Lion Coffee.
Item 27Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There are flowers on the front.
Item 28Add to your cart.
This postcard is an untitled advertisement. There is a little girl and a dog on the front.
Item 29Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl playing jump rope.
Item 30Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Use Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier." There is a woman with a baby on her soulders.
Item 31Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl holding a dog on the front.
Item 32Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a boy and a girl in snow.
Item 33Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "I am He that liveth and was dead and behold I am alive for evermore. Amen." There are butterflies and flowers on it.
Item 34Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl on the front.
Item 35Add to your cart.
This postcard is an advertisement titled "Collins Ague Cure for Biliousness." There is a man with an axe and a woman swooning for him. In type on the front it reads "Woodman spare that tree, Touch not a single bough., In youth it sheltered me, And I'll protect it now.
Item 36Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "Campion Rose Lone Jack Cigarette Company" with a flower ribbon and dragonflies on it.
Item 37Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled with a cross and flowers.
Item 38Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled with flowers on it.
Item 39Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me." There is a flower on it.
Item 40Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "Household Sweing Machine Co." there are three children playing with a baby in a chair.
Item 41Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled of a girl with birds.
Item 42Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "Who is like unto the Lord our God!"
Item 43Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl on the front.
Item 44Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a girl on the front.
Item 45Add to your cart.
This postcard is untitled. There is a rose with a hand.
Item 46Add to your cart.
This postcard is titled "Huggins' Candies are always pure" with two cats and an umbrella." This postcard has been cut down from original size.
Item 47Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a picture of two men and two girls addressed to Zora Smith with a note on the back.
Item 48Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a girl with holly in her hands printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas to you" addressed to Holmes Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 49Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a girl holding a doll and holly printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas" addressed to Adda Cummings from H.B.W. with a note on the back.
Item 50Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of birds sitting on holly printed on the front is "Merry Christmas" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 51Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a woman in a hat printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 52Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of Santa watching over North America with ships in the ocean printed on the front is "X-mas Greeting" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 53Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a woman going to church printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas" addressed to Mary Jackson from M. B. with a note on the back.
Item 54Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a woman in hat and holly printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas" addressed to J. B. Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 55Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a snowy night scene printed on the front is "Kindest Christmas Wishes" addressed to Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads "Here's hoping you will have a merry xmas and a happy new year. Frank Harmon."
Item 56Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of boat scene with holly and bells border printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas" addressed to Addie and Holmes Cummings.
Item 57Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a snow scene printed on the front is "Greeting Kind and True" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads "Dear, Merry Xmas and a Happy New Years R.W. Honey I'd love to come but just can't will come in May tho; that won't be too long."
Item 58Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a woman, holly, and snow printed on the front is "A Christmas Greeting" addressed to A. M. Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 59Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a man watching a woman sleep and holding flowers over her addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I wish you a merry xmas and a happy New Year Robbie W."
Item 60Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a snow scene with a house printed on the front is "A Happy Christmas" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 61Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a reindeer and a sign  that reads "A Merry Christmas" printed on the front addressed to Addie Cummings from Virgil with a note on the back.
Item 62Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of deer in snow with poinsettias printed on the front is "Loving Christmas Wishes" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Adda Mai: I am at home working hard. I will write that letter I have been wanting to write you in a day or so. I have started one several times, but have been interrurpted every time. I hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Frank Hanson."
Item 63Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of calendar printed on the front is "Merry Christmas" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I know you are having a nice time. Write me. Beth."
Item 64Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of snow scene of a house and a squirrel eating an acorn and holly printed on the front is "Christmas Greeting" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearie, Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year - yours- Robbie."
Item 65Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of snow covered house, a bell, and holly with a border of bells printed on the front is "Happy New Year" addressed to Ada Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Best Wishes for a Happy New Year and hoping to have a letter real soon. Ora."
Item 66Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a bell, a wreath, and candles printed on the front is "Christmas Greetings" addressed to Adda Cummings from Harton with a note on the back.
Item 67Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a present printed on the front is "Christmas greetings to" handwritten on the front is "my girls in Tennessee" addressed to Holmes and Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearest Girls, heres to wish you a very happy Xmas and a glad New Year. Lillian Allen."
Item 68Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of holly handwritten on the front is "A Merry Christmas C. H. "addressed to Adda Cummings.
Item 69Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a wreath with bells printed on the front is "Kindest Greetings for Christmas to....from..." addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 70Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of snow covered house addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 71Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a snow covered house scene with a pinecone background printed on the front is "Christmas Greetings" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Best wishes for a Merry Christmas Ruth."
Item 72Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a boat and house scene printed on the front is "Merry Christmas" addressed to H & A. M. Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 73Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a skiing scene printed on the front is "May this be a Merry Christmas."
Item 74Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a church printed on the front is "Merry Christmas" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 75Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a present printed on the front is "Loving New Years Greeting" hand written on the front is "from Nashville" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Old Santa was up in this part of the world last night, but two was unable to see him."
Item 76Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a scroll printed on the front is "While Christmas bells are ringing my thoughts to you are winging" addressed to Holmes Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 77Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a stitched scene of snow covered house and a women printed on the front is "A Merry Christmas" addressed to Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "A Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year Pearl D."
Item 78Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a woman in a heart printed on the front is "to my Valentine. The roses that bloom on your cheek exhausts my latin and my greek" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Haven't heard from you in so long. I saw Lillian Sunday. Come to see us again soon. Lovingly, Bessie."
Item 79Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of three angels playing horns over a house printed on the front is "Christmas Greetings" addressed to H.B. Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 80Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of bells printed on the front is "Christmas Greeting. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and saying Glory to God in the higest and on Earth peace, good will towards men. " addressed to Your Girls with a note on the back.
Item 81Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of snow covered scene with holly printed on the front is "Christmas Greetings" handwritten on the front is "from Connie" addressed to Hommie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Homie: - What on earth has become of you? Haven't heard from you sice las April or May isn't that a shame? 'It is' Lovengly Connie."
Item 82Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a boy on a bridge at a pond with a flower boarder printed on the front is "Sincer Greetings" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 83: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of Santa and reindeer printed on the front is "With my best Christmas and New Year Greeting for" in handwriting is "A. M. Cummings with a note on the back and "Christmas 1909."
Item 84Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a snow scene with a woman printed on the front is "A Happy Christmas. Christmas is the very essence of Happiness it brings us together in thought and wish and stirs the flame of goodwill within us." addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads "Hello Adda Mai! I hope your enjoying your holidays. Did you receive a letter from me about five or six weeks ago? I sent one to you, I will be in Louisville at 2512 W. Walnut street until January 6. My wish is that you will have a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year."
Item 85Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a U.S. solger holding a flag printed on the front is " 'In God We Trust' while that we say can all foes defy always; sure that while we on Him depends He will be with us to the end" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 86Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of two men in costumes printed on the front is "Costumes worn by night riders on the night of the murder of captian Rankin at Reelfoot Lake."
Item 87Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of Frederick Cook printed on the front is "Doctor Frederick A. Cook Discoverer of the North Pole. Dr. Frederick A. Cook of Brooklyn, NY was born at Calicoon Depot NY June 10, 1865 and was educated in Calicoon and Brooklyn N.Y. received his degree of M.D. from the University of New York in 1890 was married June 10, 1902 to Mary F Hunt - Surgeon of the Peary Expeidtion 1891-2 and of Belgium Antarctic Expedition in 1897-9 - Started on his present expedition from Sydney C B in the fall of 1907 on schooner John R. Bradley. Left Greenland March 3, 1908 and reached the pole April 21, 1908 where he placed the flag of the United States and buried the records of his trip." addressed to Mary Jackson with a note on the back that reads "How is school with you? We are progressing nicely have enrolled about 95 pupils. Have you made out your program for Christmas week yet? I hardly know how I shall spend the holidays. Many pleasant thoughts from, yours very lovingly, Hattie."
Item 88Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of men and women on a shamrock blimp printed on the front is "The Shamrock. The top of the morin' to you" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that says "My dearest Bobbie - How are you and Miss Willie? When you come to miss. I want you to be sure and come to all me. Now won't you? What is Miss. Willie's address? Write to me at Morgan City, Miss. Lovingly, Louis."
Item 89Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a pier with people printed on the front is "Pier from Cliff, South end of Sea" with a handwritten note on the front addressed to Holmes Cummings.
Item 90Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a building printed on the front is "Women's Library, Helena, Arkansas" addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Kid how are you. I am having a time guess who."
Item 91Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a heart printed on the front is "A Valentine Message" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 92Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a women printed on the front is "Many Happy Returns May you ever travel fortunes rosy way" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 93Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a child and a dog printed on the front is "It iss sad to haf a millionaire's appetite mit de veakness of a vorkman' pocketbook" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 94Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of Higbee Monument printed on the front is "Higbee Memorial Monument Memphis, Tennessee" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 95Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of flowers in a vase addressed to Nettie Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 96Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a village scene printed on the front is "A Happy Birthday" addressed to J. B. Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 97Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of three childeren dancing printed on the front is "Every little movement has a meaning all it's own" addressed to Adda Cummings.
Item 98Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a night scene in a city printed on the front is "Great White Way, Nobel Street, Anniston, Atlanta" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 99Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a building printed on the front is "Hersey High School Home of the Hershey Chocolate Co., Hershey, PA" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 100Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of flowers on the front .
Box 2Add to your cart.
 
Barcode: 642573
Item 101Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a woman holding an axe printed on the front is "If you don't come to Milan, Tennessee I'll come after you with an axe" addressed to Adda Cummings with a handwirtten note on the back.
Item 102: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of children sitting and one whistling printed on the front is "Everybody's doin' it" handwritten on the front is "across the street in Trenton, I guess on the trains arn't they!" addressed to Adda Cummings.
Item 103: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of river scene addressed to J. B. Cummings.
Item 104: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a couple in a diamond ring printed on the front is "two have you near is more than bliss let's pledge our troth in a lovers kiss" addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back.
Item 105Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of african american old dust twins dressed up as santa printed on the front is "Yuletide You'll tide over all household troubles if you 'Let the Gold Dust Twins do your work.'" addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Addie Mai, Have you heard of Elise Allman's father's death? He died Tuesday evening. Are you coming back to school after Christmas? I hope you will, I saw Eugene not very long ago he asked about you. Well I hope Old Santa Clause will be good to you. Wishing you a Merry XMas and Happy Year. Jessie B."
Item 106: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of two rabbits, one light brown and the other, white. There are pink flowers along with a large egg and the words "Greeting at Easter" printed on the front.  The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Bob, one of my education pupils got a gold medal on the Claiborne county field day..."
Item 107Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a young blond girl posing in a white dress. Printed on the front are the words "So Shy." The postcard is addressed to Mrs. J. B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Sister + Some, you meet the train, so, June 12th. I think I go down there 1-day if nothing happens. From Sister, Josie."
Item 108: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a large maroon hotel building on a downtown street corner. Printed on the front are the words "The Adolphus Hotel, Dallas." The postcard is addressed to Addie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Did my little girl think I was never going to write her a word? I have thought of you many times since I've been out here and am getting anxious to see you all. I want to hear you laugh. Think I'll shout when I get home. How's Mrs. Wilson, Lila, and all the family? My love to them. With a heartful of love and a great big kiss. Rebecca."
Item 109: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of an off orange colored college building. Printed on the front are the words "Southern Christian College, West Point. Miss." Also written on the front is "Say I heard you were coming back here to school next year. How about it." The post card is addressed to Addie Mae Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobby, I suppose you think that I am dead but am not. I was reading those sweet poems you wrote and though I would draft you a card. How are you and Frank Howard getting along. Write me at Agricultural College, Miss. Box 426. Your friend, Rixey Dearer"
Item 110: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a sled in Winter pulled by five dogs. There is a town in the background and a castle like structure in the foreground. The sled has the word "Norway" on it and the words "Fort Garry Gate and Dog Train, Winnipeg, Man." are printed on the front of the postcard. The post card is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwirtten note on the back that reads: "Dearest Bobbie, How is your foot getting along and how are you? We are all fine down here. Morgan and Ruth say tell you "hello" and give you thier love. Lovingly, Bruce."
Item 111: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of Jesus carrying a small sheep as he holds a staff and leads a group of sheep through a field. Printed on the front are the words "Easter Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Holmes Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Sis, I got your card Wed. 9 was glad to get it. We have 3 dozen Easter Eggs dyed. Basil Taylor is over at Miss Wellies. Ms. Jesse Keltough is going to marry before long. Well I must close so Pap can carry it to the office. Your brother, Jim B."
Item 112: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a large grey temple in a town. Printed on the front are the words "Jewish Temple Memphis, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Miss Addie Mai, Your Mary is allright but wants to see you. How is school! I was so glad to hear from you, but thought you had forgetten me. Lovingly, Mary D."
Item 113: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a grey office building with a clocktower. Printed on the front are the words "CIty Hall, West Point, Miss." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mae Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Addie Mai, I recieved your card and was glad to hear from you. How is Holmes? Is she teaching this year? The school here is doing fine. They have so many more boarders than they had when you went. Write me a letter next time. Lovingly, Minnie J."
Item 114Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a crowded street full of horses pulling carts and wagons into town. There are buildings on each side of the street and people populating the picture. Printed on the front are the words "East Side of Square, Dyersburg, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to J. B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Sister, I write to let you know that I feel better than when I wrote you last. I ate a right harty dinner that day and a piece of steak. Have been cleaning here a little this week, had the middle room packed with pretty lights blue paper and have cleaned that room up. Tell sister she must come down and swing in my new porch swing. I like it fine. I guess I'd not go down there before the end of June, good by. Write Josie."
Item 115: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of an embossed rose with a shade of red. Printed on the front is "West Point 6-30 Miss." The post card is addressed to Miss Holmes Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Sis: I got your card last week. I was glad to get it. I am still in the girls arithmetic class. My bird is still alive. The cats, the ducks, and the chickens are all right. I won't be out of school when you come home. We have to go until the 15th of june we will have to make up that month we lost with the measels. Well I will close because I am in a hurry. J. B."
Item 116Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of an embossed green and pink flower with a butterfly. The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "I have thought of you a number of times today. (For some reason) Pardon my sounding a carrol. I wish you much succes in your school work. Your friend, Brenna ."
Item 117Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a Christmas season house. Printed on the front are the words "I send you this as a Christmas remembrance, in which I have folded my love and best wishes." Also on the front, is a space "From" with "Nettie Cooper" written next to it. The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "May your Christmas be happy but not so happy that you will not have one thought for me. Nettie Cooper."
Item 118: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of a boy and a girl ice skating next to a map of the United States of America. Printed on the front are the words "I'm having a fine time in  the best town on the map." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mae Cummings with a note on the back: "I had a great surprise, the 9th guess-u-no-why. Betsy was here Sat. + Sun. wish you had been here too. Would like to know when you intend arriving in this Berg. J."
Item 119Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an illustration of two mice eating a loaf of bread. Printed on the front are the words "When coming thro' the rye 'if a body kiss a body need a body cry?'." The postcard has no address.
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of  a man in a blue suit and white top hat holding a piece of paper as he walks thourgh the woods. Printed on the front are the words "EX LIBRIS." The postcard has no address.
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a mirror over purple flowers and old parchment. Printed on the front are the words "Memory's Mirror" and "When thro' this little mirror you are taking retrospections I hope you'll find, it bring to mind, the happiest reflections." The postcard is not address to anyone. There is a note on the back: "Memory's leaflete close shall twaine, around our hearts for age, and craft us back, for life's broad track, to pleasure long gone by. College life is swiftly passing, soon it's saude are run, but while we live we'll ever cherish friendships their legacy."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a white house behind several green trees and a large lawn. Printed on the front are the words "Private John Allen's Residence, Tupelo, Miss." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mae Cummings with a note on the back: "Hello Addie Mae, You should have been with me last night. I had a dandy time went to a circus and it was just fine. The best thing of it all was mama was able to go and enjoy herself. Myrtle."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of several chickens hatching from eggs in a basket. Printed on the front are the words "A Happy Easter." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the front: "Bobbie how are you this fine eather? When does you all's school close? I want to come up there. I heard you all were going to have a camp-meeting in May. Is that right? If you ever see Aunt Annie? Bobbie you must come to my home this summer and stay a long time."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a boquet of yellow flowers. Printed on the front are the words "My Easter Greeting." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back: "I read your card yesterday. Sure was glad to hear from you. Every body is well. Guess I will have to go back next week. And soon. S.C.C. Alenyra."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a baby duck with a worm in its beak as it is chased by three other baby ducks. Printed on the front are the words "A Happy Eastertide." The postcard is addressed to J. B. Cummings with a note on the back: "Greenfield, April 18-1908. I wish you much joy this Easter-tide and many happy times. There is to be a Baptist Sunday School Convention here. Next week begins wed. the 22nd and closes Friday the 24. Would be glad to have you visit us and attend. Respect your teacher/friend. Clara Newherry."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of the interior of an auditorium with seats on either side, the stage in the middle, and seats along the floor. Printed on the front are the words "Auditorium Interior, Valparaiso, Ind. Photo only Copyright 1907 by E. E. Starr, Valpraso." The postcard is addressed to Miss Homes Cummings with a note on the back: "Recieved your letter Wed. Glad to hear you are giving along nicely. The work here gets better + better. Mr. Bogart may begin another class in analytics next term. If he does I'll get analytics + calculus this year. Had a great time last year at Southern Society - good program games of steward - weather fine - Heber."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a lamp with a bell tied around its neck lying next to some easter eggs and fllowers. Printed on the front are the words "Easter Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda M. Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a man and a woman dressed in formal wear kissing each other inside an illuminated light bulb. Printed on the front are the words "Lovelight. Much Bare-faced kissing has been done since moustaches ceased to be fashionable." The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back: "My Dear Girl, I got home a bright sky + I felt bad about leaving but I had to come home. What did you do to Dany? I wish it had a pretty sun. While I was there, home, you played 'Rook' and more. I'm going to get me some more 'gum' give everybody my love lots for you and love - Robbie."
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a man helping a woman dressed in formal wear put on her coat. The postcard is addressed to Miss Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back: "How are you. I am dandy. Howardson is grand. School starts 8 weeks from tomorrow isn't it awful. I feel for myself don't you too + get well soon, Robbie"
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This item is a postcard of the hotel athenaeum on the front it reads: "Hotel Athenaeum. Chautauqua Institution, Chautauque, New York." The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda M. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Have notified Mr. Deason of your high grade in Geom. I wish you will recieve your book soon. Accept my congratulations. Please tell all members of the classes that I have sent the reportst to Irma Adams and Jamie Giveno. With Love, Cassie Hamilton"
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This item is a postcard of Memphis, Tennessee High School Building. The postcard is addressed to Miss Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello- Hope you are having a fine time at P.H.S. now Bettis come to M.H.S. -J."
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This item is a postcard of Confederate Monument and Henry Co. Court House, Paris, Tenn. Handwritten on the front reads: "Yours very truly, Joe Rousou. The postcard is addressed to Supt. J. B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: " 'On to Paris.' "
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This item is a postcard of an Oaklahoma high school that reads "High School Caodo (I.T.) Oaklahoma." The postcard is addressed to . J. B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I have not forgotten you yet. In fact I still feel that inward touch produced by your normal ideas. I'll never forget the last Institute I attar did in Trenton when we had fun or the 100% method. The spirit of filiation does not exist among the teachers in old gibson co. I would like to see you. U.S. Marse ham"
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This item is a postcard of the Altruria, University of Valparaiso, Indiana. Handwritten on the front reads: "I took my meals here last summer, am eating at Luebke now; just across the street from lonavala. The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Am teaching only four studies and get plenty of work at that. Lessons are assigned in order that it may take two hours in preparation with an hr. recitation there his per day on each study Have, Trig, Psy, Cal, Ger, Greek, too hard take Ger, instead."
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This item is a postcard of First Pesbyterian Church and Manse, West Point, Miss. Handwritten on the front reads "Please excuse this writing for I am nethoriau I can't hardly guide my pin at all. O the just fun days train and had any teeth wake am." The postcard is addressed to Miss Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Girls. One received the card you sent was so glad you thought of us. I hope you are well and having a nice time. We are backing for you back at S.C.C. Some of the girls came yesterday. I heard today that you would not be back until Saturday so I thought I would write as you would have time to get my card with fame and best wishes I am your true friend, Mrs. E.L. Milligan."
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This item is a postcard of a snowy scene, holly, and a bell, the captions read: " May your Christmas wish come true." This postcard is addressed to Miss Ada Mai Cummings, the note on the back reads: "Dear Ada Mai, So glad to hear from you. This leaves me sick I learned S.C.C. is lonesome today week. I will have to start back for that old place I'm invited to a dinner today. Lovingly, Lonnie."
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This item is a postcard of a worman and a baby, the captions read: " 'O fairest of creation, last and best!' Milton." "Go Woman"
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This item is a postcard of the First National Bank in Nashville, Tennessee. Handwritten on the front reads: "October 25, 1910. Here's that card...to get..12000 people... Wallace Show. Grandpa took us in. We saw the parade. We saw it 2 years ago. We wish you both all this joy to which you once settled." The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Friend, I addressed you at Trenton but I don't know where this will reach you. I like up here fair will you please send me the address of Heber's I want to write him address me Bible School Nashville. Your Friend Homes L. Williams."
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This item is a postcard of a cat that spilled ink licking it's paws. The postcard is addressed to Miss Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "how are you this cold... I am fine I sit close to my fellow isn't that dandy tell aunt Sam she had better write and to me and soon. R."
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This item is a postcard of two dogs in fall weather. Handwritten on the front reads: "Nettie said Addie wished could leave with you wished we werethere but we didn't have time to do anything we stayed such a short time but she is coming with me down this next summer. Tell aunt Sam hello!" The postcard is addressed to Miss Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie, I did not get the card you sent me until yesterday you did not put the RD # on it & there is another Lililian Lewis in town and she got it first. I am all O.K. since the fair but was tired when I got home I had a card form Rob last week answer me soon Lillian"
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This item is a postcard of a woman lying on the beach with the caption "Where is my wandering beau." Handwritten on the front reads: "The Aunt Sam to ans my cast. He will not be wandering long ...mothers now. . The postcard is addressed to Miss Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "The very idea of asking me who Harold is you shocked me I thought that every body knew he is my sweetheart he moved to Texas last xmas but on his way home now I don't know what day they will dedicate the collage ans soon as way sara snitch."
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This item is a postcard of a white dog. The postcard is addressed to Miss Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I have forgotten who sent the last card but I will send on"
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This item is a postcard of white cat with a pink bow with the caption: "Fuzzy Wuzzy." The postcard is addressed to Miss Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How are you old girl I am dandy I sit close to my fellow in school I guess you are busy in school I wish it was next summer so I would come to see you all write soon. Yours Robbien"
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This item is a postcard of a pot of pink flowers. The postcard is addressed to Miss Addia Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Friend how are you buy this time all O.K. I hope is your school out yet my I choose had been out 2 wks. but mama keeps me busy helping do the work. Write me soon. From your little friend Lalli Horton"
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This item is a postcard of three girls in a "car" with the caption "Just from the Fair." The postcard is addressed to Miss Homie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Aren't we awful? Had been tramping around all day and were completely worn out. Had a fine time though. The fair is splendid. Come and go with me tomorrow night. Saw 'In the Shadow on the Cross.' It is a mysterious painting. Will tell you about it some time. Lovingly Pearl"
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This item is a postcard of roses with the caption "Kindest Regards" with the handwritten note: "I amy not get to go to school this year on account of my eyes. With love your Rob." The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearest Bobbie I got your card alright. I was compelled to goto the college this morning you asked this H. I couldn't come was very sorry the Dm. wasn't left me read a live so you know I am come some some people to me a love letter soon."
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This item is a postcard of the First Baptist Church, Columbus, Colubus, Mississippi. The postcard is addressed to the Y.U.C.A. of the Southern Christian College with a note on the back that reads: "The Y.N.C.A. of the l A aid I send givings to you wishes for you a prosperous need in evrey phase of Y.N.C.A. work. We ask you prayers that our present enthusiasm any continue as our present membership is 470 ... committee"
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This item is a postcard of a map of the U.S. with Henderson, Tennessee on the map wtih the caption: "The only twon on the map." The postcard is addressed to Miss Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How are you old gal I am smothering here how is it there I guess you will be glad when school starts I sure will not well another soon to you don't I willingly girl I yard stich"
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This item is a postcard of two girls and a boy holding a dead turky with the caption "Thanksgiving Greetings" with a handwritten note "poor turkey." The postcard is addressed to Miss Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hope you had a gladly nice time Thanksgiving. I did (not). Those cards are certainly cute. T'so is 'she.' "
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This item is a red postcard with the caption "show me!" The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Seats not here. Your card u c'd about the seats WF Coward is Rutherd the man for you to write Risft L I Holland"
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This item is a postcard of the caption "There is no Happiness without some one to share it." The postcard is addressed to Miss Addie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Won't you tell me who can help me solve the's greatest of all questions."
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This item is a postcard of a hat with eggs in it with the caption "Knowing your liking for strictly fresh eggs, I'm sending a dozen or two And then what a prize you will have when they're gone. A beautiful Easter hat too. With the handwritten note that reads: "Dear Sister- I got your card today while you have spring we have ice half inch here. Mother...your good today yall ... tomorrow we are all well the little chicks are growing fast. We ... very prety good by Nettie." The postcard is addressed to Miss Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "This card is a sample of the 20 Post Cards offered in the circular enclosed herewith as a premium with a three months' subscription to either Normal Instruction or Primary Plans. You will observe that you can procure your choice of these publications three months and the twenty cards for only 25 cents. Order today."
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This item is a postcard of Charlotte Street in St. Augustine, Floridia. The postcard is addressed to sfdsfds Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "It looks now as if I could visit West Point, April 4-6. I shall see be glad to be with you and to help the Assie womb. Leave leton know if this please Suits."
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This item is a postcard of a girl and boy talking on the phone with the caption: "I want what I want when I want it - and you are what I want." The postcard is addressed to Adda M. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How are you? Do you remember what 'Dexie' said in the play? This and made me think of you -  Elese and I went to see Mrs. Burlou yesterday se expected to leave this week. A long letter is coming soon Beth."
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This item is a postcard of the promenade in east lake park in Birmingham, AL. The postcard is addressed to Miss Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Holmes - Am sorry that I had to leave so soon, but hope to be back again right array. Hope the girls are all well and give there my love. From is French?"
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This item is a postcard of two chickens in a shoe with the caption of "A Joyous Eastertide" with the handwritten note "From little chicks sat in a shoe had so many feathers didn't know what todo - Nettie." The postcard is addressed to H & Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Sisters I am through with measles. Old Duck is still pick but 'she eats a little now. If is snowing today. I am proud of the valentines you send. Dollie has a new cap. I wished I had some of your candy. I have been off a week. Flora has not been over some Friday. Will have some little chicken this ...still fuss we still got little mild. A little calf will come next more write me soon. Your sister, Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of Maccabee Temple in Port Huron Michigan.
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This item is a postcard of a girl and a boy play in leaves with the caption "Autumn." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I write to tell you I will go to Trenton Thurs May 21, of nothing is in the may we are all well the mailing will close here tomorrow night from Josi."
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This item is a postcard of the hotel pope and K. of P. building in Fayetteville in Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Homie how are you am visiting in Fayetteville Tennessee will write you something good when I get to Ashville."
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This item is a postcard of the back street scene on a busy day in Booneville, Missississippi. Handwritten on the front reads: "I had a letter from Prof McDougle last week. It made me want to go to Richmond awfully bad & haven't fully decided what I'll do. We have had an election here this this week and everything is in an uproar I have heard polities ... and tired. What are you going to do this winter? Will you teach or go to school? Viola." The postcard is addressed to Mr. Heber Cumming.
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This item is a postcard of witch and a black cat looking at a culdren with the caption "Jolly Halloween May the Fates be good to you." The postcard is addressed to Miss Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear 'Sis': - How are you enjoying this cold weather? I know you enjoy halloween parties. Isn't this card beautiful? Write soon much love to you and Bobbie. - Your little sister."
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This item is a postcard of the Oddfellow Building in Humbold, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Prof. J. B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Prof Cummings, A wh. ago monday. I mailed to you my Ms. report & the order was also mailed for ler the warrant. Would like very much to hear from you considering it thanking you. Respect, Nina Boud."
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This item is a postcard of a sailor with the flowers and a caption in a heart that reads "To my ture Love." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Bobbie I received yours and some date back thought I would have written you before now but have been so busy so I will send you a card and can write later I am not in school now don't expect I will go any more this Tenn. Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of flowers. The postcard is addressed to Mr. H.B. Soum with a note on the back that reads: "How are you Mr. Cummings hope you are having a nice time. Would like very much to see you and winter be so glad if you would teach school for us a game yours sincerely Reba S."
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This item is a postcard of two horses with the caption "Happy be thy Course." The postcard is addressed to Elaizabeth Holmes with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Betsy, As I real busy I'll answer your card now and perhaps send myself in reply to your welcome letter. I suppose I'll see you sometime this week. I think my Brother has my Tacitus but I'll look good & if it's here I'll send or ...to you. I wish I could have been with you yesterday. Lovingly, Adda Mai."
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This item is a postcard of the sugar bowl, Dells of the Wisconsin at Kilbourn City. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Well Bobbie how are you. You will please pardon me for wanting so love to write about deemed that I have had so many places to go and had so much company that I just could not get time to write yours you are in school now I have not started guess maybe I will do some vise I want to go to the fair if I can possibly get at I Lure want to see you I will draw you a card if I go. Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of a boy hunting duck on a lake with the caption "In the Chesapeake Marshes. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie, Girl you think I have treated you mean but I am willing and do better next time. I just had a jolly old time the fourth a perfect of we ... of people went to the fire and had a picnic. When are you coming to see me I would ... to have you around me some time your Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of a field of flowers for a strip, handwritten on the front reads: "Home sweet home is very dear to me Adda but hardly capable of keeping me here all the time. I am better now and hope to be able to visit Trenton soon. Is Prof. Cummings who has me place your brother? I trust he may find his work among you as pleasant as I did mine. Love to the members of your class and in fact to all the school. C. Hamilton." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of a house next to water with the caption "Country Home." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Bobbie what are you doing for a past-time since school is out? Who read the medal Wednesday night? I saw Mr. Seaton a few days past he was asking about you all he wants you to come and visit him. Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of blue flowers with the caption "Greetings from Milan Penn." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "April 2, 1912 Hello Bob how are you tonight just fine I guess an all worst came hope you the same Lism I went to the school last night well I guess you are having a good time well be good...."
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This item is a postcard of Chillicothe Normal Commercial Shorthand and Telegraphy Colleges in Chillicothe, Missouri . The postcard has a typed note on the back that reads: "Opportunity. 'Master of human destinies am I! Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait. Cities and fields I walk; I penetrate deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and place, soon or late I knock unbidden once at every gatel if, sleeping, wake-if feasting, rise before I turn away. It is the hour of fate, and they who follow me reach every state mortals desire,and conquer every foe save death; but those who doubt or hesitate, condemned to failure, penury and woe, seek me in vain and uselessly implore. I answer not and I return no more.' J.J. Ingalls. Dont let the opportunity for attending college pass by. Enter at once. What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the human soul. The philosopher, the saint, and the hero-the wise, the good and the great man, very often lies hidden and concealed in a plebian, which a proper education might have uncovered and brought to light. Addison."
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This item is a postcard of a woman and a rainbow. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Are upi gping to start to school mon I am. I don't want to do you have been going to meetings for the mast month Goodbye ans soon Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of four girls. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Bobbie I am glad you enjoyed yourself while in ... was sorry I did not get to be with you any. I would like to have save Rob - Bobbie where are you going to spend the fourth I haven't decided where I will go yet...Gale."
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This item is a postcard of a man holding a woman with the caption: "I could still Love you." The postcard is addressed to Addie May Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello sweetheart. How's my girl getting along mist say Addie May I got the Rutrst horse you saw I said I do for 229. Sweetheart why don't you write me a long letter and tell me all about things down there. I have written a card and harm hand from you. Only thank sister C.N.."
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This item is a postcard of a picture of church street in Trenton, Tennessee of two people in a car. The postcard is addressed to Miss Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I was awfully glad where from you good hope you will find time to write some I wish I were with you. Say is there a way, thing about this picture that looks familiar Mr. Blake Nelson died yesterday at Memphis. Cousin Leona came the first of the week I am just crazy to see you already. I have been lonesome ever suier you but yours Miranda."
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This item is a postcard of soldiers line up on a field entitled "Dress Parade, West Point, N.Y." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I guess you are tickled over you school teacher. Wish I was over there with you I know we would have a good time is Homie teaching (excuse this writing)."
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This item is a postcard of men and women with the caption: "Part of the 95 Hall - Moody Students in State Institute, McKenzie, Tenn. We are -"
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This item is a postcard of the Y.M.C.A., Jackson, Tenn. The postcard is addressed to Homie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear girl: Your card received very glad to hear from you, know you had a jolly Christmas, wish you could have been with us I certainly want to see you and Bob in school there. How is your mannia? When you write her give her my best regards. Don't forget to write me Lovingly, Connie."
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This item is a postcard of roses with the caption "Fragrant and fair as the rose be the bright hours that unclose J.C." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie are you still living? Haven't heard from you in a long time. Are you going to school? We have had so much sickness in the family I haven't started yet. I suppose you went to the show the 23, I intendid going out couldn't get off. Arliue."
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This item is a postcard of four leaf clovers with the caption, "A Happy New Year." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear sister, I have been... the 23rd but feel much better this... look for Herber this eve tell Homie she had better come with him and spend the night with us. I am well enough part mill come up..."
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This item is a postcard of a lake with a house. The postcard is addressed to Adda M. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "My dearest little sister: I just imagine your joy at being back in West Point. Please write my all about everything. I haven't time to write a letter. You've all the girls my love. How I wish I were with you. Loving, Sie."
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This item is a postcard of a fan with birds and purple flowers with the caption "Best Wishes." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mae Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Rob: How is everything with you? of course you are busy getting ready for commencement. When do the exercises begin? And when do you start for home? It may be possible that I shall meet you at Corinth. Be sure to let me...just when you start. Best wishes for you in all your work. Be good. Devotedly Holmie."
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This item is a postcard of of kids with a dead turkey with the caption "Thanksgiving Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "11-22-08 Was out to the capitol this eve and saw whereCarmack fell, after being medicine by young roofer Wish you could have been with me Jim."
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This item is a postcard of a preacher marrying a woman and a guy with a lemon head with the caption "I got a lemon alright." handwritten on the front is: "Our childrens excuse wwas carried out all right yesterday I thought it would be a failure but it wasn't namie Sue." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bob, you ought to have been with us yesterday. A crowd of girls went home with Lillian from church and had the finest time. We taking 4 kodac ...other ours you might have to suss them. Rob was ..."
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This item is a postcard of girls watching a boy ride a donkey. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie. We all went to Lillian's yesterday. Had the finest time wish you could have been with us don't know just where I will stars to cooking haha answer soon Lovingly, Bessie."
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This item is a postcard of pictures of Alameda, Puebla, Mexico. Handwritten on the front reads: "Hello Bobbie how is this kid now after being in so many games at the fair I was so tired that night and sleepy we went to the opera that night and the train was so crowded we had to go in the smoker and it was crowded too, well we... to go back to school mon and take ... Do you know Jomie you're I don't know how to spell his name you might and tell me how to spell I won't write to her we taken supper with him. Well by by Lovingly Docie (answer soon)." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of two clowns in a pool hall toasting. Handwritten on front reads: "Hello Bobbie, How are you old girl I hope not he and from you in so long. I have almost forgotten how to address you. What have you been going these beautiful days are you going to school I have been going but they closed our school yesterday eve on a ... small pox I do not know how long I will have to be out of school it is owing to have one small pox get along say why don't you cove over to see Hommie the stays closet to me if you will come I am ...have a glad time to gather. How was Xmas with you ...that I had a good time. Is Hebrew at home with moving we him by now I don't expect I would know him if I were to see him. Did you attend the county and I was there on Thursday I was wary to see but I did not if I did I did not know you. I heard you ..." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "If this card reaches the address one would be glad to have an answer from you old chum. Mettie Wallace."
Item 188: 1907Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a house and a boy walking up to it. The postcard is addressed to Heber Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I certainly enjoyed commencement I often wonder if I will ever attend another so enjoyably. An institute began here today. Harriette and I are going to start tomorrow. Which you could attended what are you going to do the 4th? Suppose you and Homie come to whber miss. I'll do all in my power to make you enjoy it. V.R.."
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This item is a postcard of a woman riding a house with the caption "Sincere Good Wishes." The postcard is addressed to Adda May Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearie I am still looking for that butter. Rose now has a daughter! Her mother got a telegram from her yesterday. (you knew Laura had a son didn't you.) I went to Jackson Sunday stayed write yesterday morning wish you could have been with me. Yours Man."
Item 190: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of two babies crying with the caption "A Duet" handwritten on the front reads: "I haven't seen Mary yet. I am going Sunday. Yes I am at work next am at Brown write 10. The postcard is addressed to H.B. Cummings.
Item 191: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the Gateway of the National Military Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello, you should be here Thursday to the Sewanee and Vanderbilt football game. Everyone is excited for it is generally thought S.U. has the strongest team since 1903 date of the last victory. Jo."
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This item is a postcard of flowers with the caption "Forget Me Not." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bob have are read you card all OK have been look reason I have not and ans soon Lillian."
Item 193: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman and mountains with the caption "From the Great Pacific's Where mountains yield Their precious hoards; Where countless heards our paries roam, and agriculture makes it's home; where friendship is no idle rest a Christmas Greetings for the West!" The postcard is addressed to Addie May Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello."
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This item is a postcard of a flower with the caption: "Greetings from Humboldt Tenn." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I read your card a few days ago have been sick all the week have not been to school but 2 days. You will write on this card write love from Lillian Lewis."
Item 195: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of stone bridge on kingston pike in Knoxville, Tennesee. The postcard is addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Kind friend Glad to get a card from you. Thought you had forgotten me. Just three more weeks until exams. I promise I won't be glad when it in out. The other Trenton boys are O.K. Glad to learn you liked your work. Hope you will continue to like it and be one of those 'Sweet Girl Graduates' in June. Your friend Tom, May 6, 1912."
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This item is a postcard of blue flowers with the caption: "With All Good Wishes." The postcard is addressed to H.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Mr. Cummings are you still lonesome John Ham is still chewing the rag and playing pinch and eating popcorn. M.N."
Item 197: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of white flowers with a cross and a couple in a boat with the caption: "Easter Greetings" Easter has been scratched out and handwritten is 'Myrtle." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bob, it has been the greatest of pleasure to me to read a card that was from a little girl Bob. Bob I would give a dollar to see you know it sams nearly a year since I last saw you 'Darling' I don't know when ever I have missed any as I have my Dear Bob. But tis the time to the wonder news I saw Jommie D. the other day he looked so lonesome I'm sure he felt alone. Write when young to west count Lovingly, Dry."
Item 198Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man fishing with the caption "Along the Rio Grande River" handwritten on the front reads: "Lizzie Mack have been you a month or two sure like a year - L. "The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie how are you? Please excuse me for not ans. your card sooner I named you appear (toy to Kael + just got home yesterday. I have been away a mo. Lida."
Item 199Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the mountains with a cabin with hikers walking in. The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Nettie I guess if nothing happens Pa and I will go and spend xmas day with you B is as the shop now wish you a merry xmas and happy new year. Jasir."
Item 200: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of purple flowers with a horse shoe with the caption: "Good Luck." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie, what are you doing these days I saw in the paper that Miee Hamilton had resigned I know you all were sorry Lola."
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This item is a postcard of a village scene with cutouts of lace with flowers with the caption: "Let brotherly love continue. Heb, xiii, I.
Item 202Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man helping a woman out of a small boat with a city scene in the background. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie I read your card yesterday was glad to get it. I got a card from Rob a few days ago you watch out for our 'man.' I went to a picnic Thurs. I am going to attend a meeting next week. Lovingly Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of a woman sitting next to a spindle reading with the caption "Sincere Wishes" handwritten on the front reads: "From Me Till elariss 'hello' for me." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: " 'Hello' Bobbie I guess You will be surprised to get a card from me I sure do wish I could have meet you at the fair I hope to when I come back tell my girl 'Hello' Lillian said 'Hello' ans. (Mattie)."
Item 204: 1907Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman in a red dress with a fan with the caption: "Lady in Scarlet" handwritten on the front reads: "Bobbie what are you doing this pretty day? Has Rob gone home? I suppose you attended the unveiling Friday. How did you enjoy yourself? Arline Hale." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings.
Item 205: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man setting on the ground looking and holding a woman in a chair who is holding flowers and a spoon with the caption: " 'Spooners Delight' I'm not just like the beggars who wasn't a full meal, Just 'a spoon - a spoon' is my humble appeal." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "In Nashville having a time. Be at house soon You're Friend, Lillian."
Item 206: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man holding his arms up to a woman in an open window with the caption: " 'Spooners Delight' I fear you are far beyond my reach, But just one kiss, Love, I beseech." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings.
Item 207Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man trying to kiss a woman's hand. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie I don't know what time it in to send a card but I will send you me. Tell Aunt Sam I said hello: well ans. soon Lillian."
Item 208Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman playing an instrument with a woman watching her. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Kid read your card Wed. Aunt Sam is coming home this eve and Rob is coming with her. Get Rob to tell you some more funny tales. Don't know yet when I will be down there. Lillian."
Item 209: 1913Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a boy holding a hat and a girl with the caption: "I like a girl/ Just like you; Who is it? Why it's you." The postcard is addressed to Adda Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Maude Alexander 118 Jackson St. Jackson, Texas. Did you ever hear of her?"
Item 210Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a photograph of 6 girls with a S.J banner and a house in the background.
Item 211Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a photograph of 6 girls with a S.J.P. banner and a house in the background.
Item 212: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a girl holding a ball on her head. Handwritten on the front reads: "Dear Bob How are you getting along. We are all well now. Lyla has had the flux. The meeting will began June 14th, you all be sure and come. We are looking for you all, Neal." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of an illustration of a man with a feather pen on his ear with the caption: "The Poet." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Nettie I found your glasses but thought they were Buds... tongue is getting well will be at home a long the last ... I guess Part mil go..."
Item 214: 1907Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of people on a train with a man holding a newspaper with the caption: "I am feeling out of sight." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Nettie, I am not going to Memphis Friday so I want you to come down Friday or Sat. if you can. Write me so I can write you. Mil is almost dark when the train gets here morr, Pa will so dorm to mom Thurs. I guess I am friend, Ok. more Jorie."
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This item is a postcard of flowers and a purple frame around a man in a field with the caption "Best Wishes." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Adda Mai, - I received you heart and are going to keep it. When are you coming? I am so anxious to see you. I want you to room with me. We are going to have exams next week. You don't mean to say that you intended answering my letter with a card. Do you? Ans. soon Trene."
Item 216: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the quote "Every dog has his day. The kind of a day depends upon the sort of dog." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "What kind of day is yours? A jolly good one I guess. Papa wrote that you have been sick. I hope you are fuling 'fit as a fiddle' by now. I am bus as usual. Today (Sat. 24th) is a gloomy, rainy, dark day here. How are prospects for your going to West Point? Have you had any recent news from 'the land of the magnolia?' Be sure to write me a long letter soon, and tell how everything is in Sunny Farewell, Lovingly Sis."
Item 217: 1912Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a street with colonial houses with the caption: "Main Street, Looking West, West Point, Miss." The postcard is addressed to Adda M. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Scuttle Bath due Her way to school Don't the gray sweater and pie of music look natural? To this picture like you expected to see? Bath."
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This item is a postcard of red flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie, I was so sorry that I didn't get to see you while you were here. I didn't know anything about you being here while you was gone. Lola."
Item 219: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a saying that reads: "A holy happy Christmas. Nobel Deeds. Heaven is not reached by a single bound: We build the latter by which we rise from the lowln earth to the vaulted skies, and we mount to its summit round by round. I count this thing to be grandly true, that a noble deed is a step toward God. Lifting the soul from the common sod to a purer air and a broader view." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello-Read a card from 'little sis' yesterday + seems to me that you are having too much fun, but wish I was there. Am sure I would like to go to school."
Item 220Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a horseshoe with flowers and four leaf clovers that reads "A Happy New Years" handwritten underneath reads: "To You-." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello, - Hope you are thoroughly enjoying the approach of the Holidays - A negro is taking 'club' 'society' and everything else you ever heard of. Wish I could come over. But it don't seem possible just now."
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This item is a postcard of 12 portraits of men with the caption that reads: "University Professors, Valparaiso, Ind." The postcard is addressed to Holmes Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "1- William Literature, 2- Huffman, Penmanship, 3- Cloud, Physics. 4- Bogarte, Mathematics, 5- Brown, President, 6- Benton, Commercial, 7- Neet, Pedagogical, 8- Kinsey, Vic President, 9- Bennett, sciences, 10 - Hooser, History, 11- Carrer, Latin and Greek, 12- Timmons, Chemistry."
Item 222Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a witch holding a broom sitting on a pumpkin with demons and a black cat with the caption: "Halloween Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How are you getting along to night. I am so lonesome or something I am about to die. Do you remember last Halloween. I wish it were so you would spend it with me again this week but if I come home this week can't you stay with me Sat night instead. I expect I will come home this week don't have yet just what I will ds O I wish I could see you. I'd be glad to see anything I think that came from Trenton. Lovingly Maude."
Item 223Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an angel holding a cross floating over houses at night with the caption "A Happy Christmas" handwritten on the front reads "May yours be...for 1908." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings.
Item 224Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a red and yellow rose. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello how is the girl by this time? What for a time are expecting xmas hope you will have a nice time. Come over and spend xmas with me. Mitia."
Item 225Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman day dreaming inside a house with the caption: "Belle of the ball, she was sweeter than all." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Tell Aunt Sam I am coming to the fair and stay all day with her if I can."
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This item is a postcard of a woman on a couch with a man leaning over staring into her eyes with he caption: "Hearts they did ache, all for her sake. -" The postcard has a note on the back that reads: "Going today where did you see Clarisse she owes me a card. Are you going to the fair I was aiming to come but someone said they had diphtheria down there."
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This item is a postcard of three women and three men looking at them with the caption: "With a face so fair and nut brown hair, the queen of them all." The postcard has a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie I don't know whether it is my time to send you a card or not but I will send you this one. When did you see Aunt Sam? Are you sitll going to school guess so tho. I am but I am not."
Item 228Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man helping a woman get into a carriage with the caption "How I loved her, lover her still, the Belle of the Ball. -" The postcard has a note on the back that reads: "and if they have it I don't know whether I can come or not but will come if they will let me when did you hear from Rob I had a card from her yesterday have you seen our man any more Lovingly Lillian."
Item 229: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man and a woman hugging with the caption: "I have longed, so longed, for paradise, and I see its Eden in thine eyes." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "5/20-10. Dear Bobbie I read your letter this or m. ¢ will make the brick as you like. Do you want the date on the edge or face. I think and I will go to Memphis Sunday. Yours," and then the name is scratched out.
Item 230Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man and a woman kissing with Cupid in the corner with the caption: "The Soul Kiss." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearest Bobbie, how are you getting along in school lo keeps me busty studying all the time. Our tracks boards with us too wish you could be with me Sunday. They are going to have all day services at the C.P. Church and dinner on the ..."
Item 231: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man sending mail on a street with the caption: "To my wife. -" The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I guess you will be rather surprised to get cards from me but I didn't have money for anything no the other me. I have not received that picture yet Mar and Mrs. Walkers wife ... to come to the Wells this afternoon but it raised them not I guess they will come tomorrow. Yes I think Panton has about got over this school of your leaving but I haven't. You know that I told you that I expected to hear from you after but didn't expect you to write so much at a hire and you some didn't write miss this home."
Item 232: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man and a woman hugging with roses and a boat with captions: "The River of Love," "Float with me on the River of Love ever so far, ever so far! Listen well to the words I tell. Under the evening star," "Look with me in the River of Love Ever so deep, ever so deep! Have you a kiss that never would miss. Let it be it be mine to keep Hear to heart on the River of Love, ever mine own, ever my own! Whisper, dear I long to hear, 'I will be thine alone!' " The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of a woman with the caption: "May our purses always be heavy, and our hearts always light." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "My dear girl I am so sorry you didn't get to come I was so disappointed all of us are going to Grandmas Sun. can you come next Fri. of not come when school is our and story a long time ans. soon Yours, Bobbie."
Item 234Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman with the caption: "Here's to those who love us- if we only cared. Here's to those we'd love - if we only dared." with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "Do you remember summers at the Gibson well I do. If nothing happens Lillian and I are going to Memphis be sure and ans this right away we will play rook Friday night you come."  The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie - If you can I wish you would come down here Friday afternoon. Lillian said she would try and come Sat. to spend the day I would be so glad if you could come ans. right away as ever. Robbie."
Item 235: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman in red flowers with the caption: "Never be thy shadow less, never fail thy cheerfulness; and, whatever lot be mine. Long and happy days be thine." with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "I wish you could have been over here to the show of school had a fay time Arlmie." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearest Bobbie, How are you? Know you are enjoying this beautiful weather wish you were down here would let you eat strawberries I am going a fishing this Eve I hope I will catch a buffalo when is your school out?"
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This item is a postcard of a woman in a bonnet holding purple flowers with the caption "I drink to one and only one, and may that one be she who loves but one and only one, and may that one be me." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I am sorry you have been sick I am hardly able to be up tonight have an awful cold an I almost have la grippe I didn't have to go to school last week and I went out to Grandmas write soon. Robbie."
Item 237Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a purple flower. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Read your card a few days ago was glad to get it. Now my grandpa gave me the ...ring. Tell Clarissa if she don't ans my letter or card and I am not going to write her ans soon you friend Lillian."
Item 238: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of red flowers with the caption "May only golden days be yours." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie. I read you card a few days ago papa had it and forgot it and kept it a day or two would be delighted to be there far commencement but guess I will have to be in Homebody ans soon Lovingly Robbie."
Item 239: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a lavender plant with the caption "Birthday Greeting." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Got your card will look for you. Sun be sure carry Pa's leg is a little, have not heard from Charlie in Rome train. Good by Lorie."
Item 240: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a rose plant with the caption "Heartiest Congratulations" crossed out with the handwritten note "What are you doing." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dearest Bobbie. How are you no guessing I will be there Thursday afternoon to January best be save and meet me if you don't I will have your him I get thve yours Robbie."
Item 241: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the Stahlamn Building in Nashville, Tennessee with the handwritten caption "our office." The postcard is addressed to Addie M. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "We are having plenty of snow and sleet up here and just a little coasting and skating thiink someone else should be here."
Item 242: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the custom-house and first baptist church in Nashville, Tennessee with the handwritten caption that reads "1st B.C. Miss Pearl Mathews Maure and Ruth all send this love an me too." The postcard is addressed to Ammie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Have been paled by waiting for that Rodak picture Be sure and send it soon F.T."
Item 243: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a group of men, some have been numbered with the caption "We Extend You a Cordial Invitation to Meet With Us Class Meeting Sunday 9:30 a.m. Young Men's Baraca Class Edgefield Baptist Sunday School Seventh and Russell Street." With the handwritten note that reads: "The class to which I ..." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "1047 - 3a ave. Sovth. 1. Teacher 2. Mr. Folk 3. Supt .S.S 4. President Class 5. YMCA Secy."
Item 244: 1907Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with the title "Avon by the Sea, N.J. Avon Inn" with the handwritten note on the front that reads: "Don't forget the fair. Arline. Hello Bobbie are you donging any good?" The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of cupid putting a card in a flowered letter box with the caption: "To my Sweet Valentine." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie. How are you? Read your card a few days ago. Are you still going to school I am Mabel is here now and we will sure have a time too. ans soon. Your friend Lillian Lewis."
Item 246: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a cross with a church scene inside of it with the caption: "Easter Tide May m bring you a full measure of gladness." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Adda Mai:- Am Looking for my letter every day. Will be glad when it reaches here. I think your folks meet have forgotten me entirely. You shouldn't be so naughty all that. I wish I could talk to you a while tonight. Maybe you wouldn't forget me so easily there. Suppose you have already begun to run for commencement - clothes etc. Don't have to have another essay do you? I know you are glad. How many medals do you expect to carry off? I know you will get one anyway. Toni Picture is it as to it? Lovingly Jenna."
Item 247: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a house and a turkey with the caption: "Happy Thanksgiving." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Trenton, Nov. 26, 1910. Dear Bob:-I wish you could be here to-day. This is papa's birthday, and we will have a good dinner. Did you get the box ok? We are all well. We got Thursday and Fri both from school. Nettie and I got some pretty cards from Heber yesterday. Miss Janie has not come home yet. Guess you will be a little lonely if 'Sis' goes that trip. How long will she be gone?---It's warm up here looks like rain. How were the flowers in the box? Mother feared they would be all dead. --- Write soon. Jim B."
Item 248: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man and a woman in a field of flowers with the caption" 'You are the idol of my heart', but that was yesterday -". The postcard is addressed to Adda Mae Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "My Dearest Bobbie, please pardon me for not writing sooner and would write a letter but can't find my tablet or the place so its this or nothing, I was in Trenton week before last wanted to see your math. I went to a wedding supper last night as Richies her sister is to married and honey I had a time Lillian and I will be so glad when you come home I'm wild to see you ans soon always R."
Item 249: 1907Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the McKenzie Graded School Building in McKenzie Tennessee with the caption: "Photo by M'Donald Home of the State Teachers' Institute of 1907. M'Kenzie Banner Engravers" with the handwritten note: "See us?" The postcard is addressed to Aeber B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Read your letter this morning Wed. 6/26 Had expectations before I am well. Have but little time to write. Have a stuis card. Get up data for report and how I hope to be there Sat - Mon. Expect hot time in Co. Court our new sch law glad to hear Know is no worse Yours J.B."
Item 250: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the Tennessee School for the Blind in Nashville, Tennessee with the hand written note: "150 Fourth Ave North." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Was very glad indeed to receive yours of Monday and altho I didn't see any 'Sunday School Words,' I believe I thought of the 'Golden Tex."
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This item is a postcard of the National Teachers Normal and Business College in Henderson, Tennessee with the caption, "A.G. Freed, President N.B. Hardman, V-President."
Item 252: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a rose with the caption: "As I behold a rose-bud, Kissed by the morning dew, My thoughts fled to a firer- So I send this one to you." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie:, How are you getting along? I guess you are anxious for school to be out I going to Humboldt just after Easter and will come up there some time ans. soon Lovingly, Robbie W."
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This item is a postcard of cupid holding a frame of a woman in a wreath of flowers in the shape of a heart with the caption: "Tis a Heart of Pansy bloom, All made of thoughts sublime. To you it's sent to ask a boom Will't be my Valentine." The postcard has a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie:- I'll send you this card. I am not doing much good. Mother says I don't feel so well as I did yesterday. I ate a little yeterday, for the first time since Fri noon. But I don't want a bite today. I am sitting up in bed now drawing Old Happy Hooligan. I tell you the measles was hard on me, but I hope I'll get OK right soon. Albert M. and Charles F. both have it now. Dear Girls. We got your letters at noon today (Mon) I'm so glad to know you are well. Jim B. is OK but S is not doing so well as he did. But she has been worse all the time, Thank he was. I hope she'll be better by tomorrow. If so I'll try to write you a letter. If she is among no good papa will send a card. Of course I am unease very. It's been right hard on me, but if she can just get O.K. I'll be more than paid. We'll try to order tablets this eve. H.B. was O.K. last Tues.--Say, don't go out in damp weather. From Nettie and Mother."
Item 254: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of St. Peter's Cathedral in Memphis, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Homie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Homie: Am just ready to go to school. Will write you before very long. Mustn't let the 'nightriders' get you little girl. Lovingly, Pearl."
Item 255: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of flowers with the caption "How I Miss You" with the handwritten note: "You can't imagine." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I got your card just a minute ago I was certainly glad to hear from you that is the next best thing if I can't see you. I am so lonesome I don't know what to do. I am glad you are having such a good hat I know you would have a little you for me too for I'm not having any here tell Rob hello. Maude."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers with a green background with the caption "I'd Like a Little Lovin." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello: I think it is your time to send me a card but will send think when will your school be out? Will be glad when mine is out ans soon Tell Clarisse and Myra to write Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of a snow scene with a windmill with the caption "A Happy New Year." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Have you received the X mas card I sent you? I didn't know on which St. you lived so of course I didn't put an street address I hope you are having a fine time. When are you going back to S.C.C? So long. Frank H."
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This item is a postcard of Mary and baby Jesus with a cross and white flowers with the caption: "A Joyous Easter." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Read your card Sat. was glad to get it you forget to hurt Rob on Thurs I don't get them until after they soon out of date when will your school be out mine will be out in a weeks ans soon Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of bunnies in a field with the caption: "A Joyous Eastertide." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie what are you doing there hot days I am smothering that about all I am doing I would like to be down there as they close up school but I may be in Humoclds as Lillian grades arts I may wind up there in about two weeks so don't you wish you had April fools day off? Write soon. Lovingly Robbie."
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This item is a postcard of two people shaking hands with a water background with the caption: "In Token of Friendship." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How are you? Say come and spend a Sunday with me soon, can't you? When is your School out I am getting tired of going. I see Mr. Seaton after. Shirley is the jollied boy I ever seen I believe I guess Trenton is dull wishing doing here. tell (Nettie) hello for me, Arline Hale."
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This item is a postcard of flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How are these cold days for you? Pretty cold for sport isn't it? You ask why I had not written you was due me a card so was waiting on you. From your old friend."
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This item is a postcard of flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Will be home Saturday morning. And Josie and Judy a can't come Sun. as their meeting begins. Perceived the collar j attend and stay. With mothers me at the train. I'll read some holy with my suitcase. Your sister H.C."
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This item is a postcard of two girls with the caption "A Joyful Easter" with a picture of two girls glued to it. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Dearie why don't you ans my letter how you was. I am fine and Dandy. What faring I dry are you expecting oh but we're Plowing fair this afternoon wish you were with us. Soy eiseu 4 want you and homie I said we you and pictures. I will send you my of my Clum and j. I guess you know the eve cute right is jug. I list is all I you Biggy ans write. ans soon your Lovingly Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of two birds sitting in blue flowers with the caption "Birthday Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "A delayed birthday card I was in the country my birthday and yours also and didn't have any cards. Yours R."
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This item is a postcard of a woman with a handwritten note that reads: "In memory of 'our college days' please let me hear from you. School is fine Write P.D." The postcard is addressed to Homie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear old Homie, why don't you write to me? If it were anybody but you I could act independent and 'not care,' but I can't with you. I have been so worried about you for the last three weeks. Please write to me if only a few words. Won't you? I just must hear from you some way. Ever lovingly your friend, Pearl."
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This item is a postcard of two girls at the North Pole hugging with a dog with the caption: "Sketches from the North Pole. Cold is this world, it cannot understand. That hearts beat warm in icy polar land" with the handwritten note: "Hope your mother is feeling well again. Got a big box of candy cash mom - why didn't you come and help me eat it. Isn't this picture cute? Be good and write me as soon as you feel like it, which I hope be long." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "My dear Adda Mai:- I know I sent the last car, but I saw in the paper that you were ill so thought I'd drop you a card to let you know I thought of you. Hope you will be up again real soon. Kid, I would like to be at home and see you again. I didn't very long though. But just think of the long 18 months already of us so I guess I'd as well quit thinking of you folks for a while. Lovingly Julia."
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This item is a postcard of a woman with a pink hat with the caption: "Heartiest Congratulations." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "My dear Bob:- We appreciate the medallion and congratulate you on finishing school this year. I'm coming to Trenton this summer and hope to see you. I've just returned from school and am glad to be at home Lovingly Toad."
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This item is a postcard of a woman standing under mistletoe trying to get a guy with the caption: "To U. R. Bashful Rx one grain encouragement. Two ounces nerve. Then a little more nerve. Get busy D. O'Geturse." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie:- How are you all? I am in Humboldt will come down there sometime and not sure when though I guess you are busy getting ready for when dimmer ans soon. Lovingly Robbie."
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This item is a postcard of a dog with a muzzle with the caption: "All I did was growl a little." The postcard is addressed to Addi Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "How is Miss Addi Mai? I am just fine. Mama hasn't come yet but my sister is better. How is miss Nettie? I wish I could see you both. I want both of you to come see me. Tell everybody hello with love. Many Darirs Humboldt, R."
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This item is a postcard of blue flowers with the caption in glitter: "Robbie William."
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This item is a postcard of red and pink flowers with the caption in glitter: "Best wishes from Maude."
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This item is a postcard of Lancaster Park in Jackson, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Homie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Girl: Will you ever forgive me for not answering your card? Same old excuses? Wrote you a letter just after got your card but forgot to mail it. How are you progressing this hot weather? How is Miss Nettie and the rest of the family? Give all my best regards. Come to see me Write soon. Devotedly Connie."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Read your card a few days ago Rob is up here guess I will be down there sometime this summer ans soon. Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of a basket of two roses. The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie, I was surprised to hear from you I hadn't heard in so long, I wanted to see you when I was down there but wasn't there long enough to see everybody hardly. I want you to work and see me before long as wish R."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers with the caption: "Birthday Greeting Fair thoughts and happy hours attend thee."
Item 276: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a moth and purple flowers with the caption: "Heartiest Congratulations." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Bobbie Dear: how are by now. Say have you heard about Connie and Talnage getting married was married Sunday they left this evening for Jackson shore Hug will make their home. Weeks old charm Nettie."
Item 277: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the Confederate Monument in Jackson, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Adda M. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "I am very sorry that I didn't get to see you before I left. Hope you shall, have pleasant vacation. Allan Anderson."
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This item is a postcard of the webster street in Maben, Mississippi. The postcard is addressed to Adda Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of main street in Mayben, Mississippi with the handwritten note that reads: "I would be delighted to receive a card from you. A.M.C. Miss Cummings I suppose you will be surprised..."
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This item is a postcard of main street in Maben, Mississippi with the handwritten note that reads: "... to hear from someone in Mississippi but I saw your name in the commercial and it was almost the same as mine so I take the liberty to write to you and send you some of the scenes of our town and would like to something of your ancestors as your picture resembles our family very much. Adda Cummings Mayben."
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This item is a postcard of the baptist church and the M. E. Church in Maben, Mississippi.
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This item is a postcard of Jesus with angels looking down at him with the caption: "A Joyful Easter." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bob, We got your cards Tues was glad to get them. Well they moved the Dickson trial to Jackson yesterday. The mar times have come, but we have not fixed the boxes yet. All the pets are all right. The old duck hag got well at last. My bri is alright too. We will have easter eggs anyhow. I have 40 brown out. I thought we will dye them today. Well I would lose your brother Jim. M."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Papa ought not to forget those cards ought he? I am glad I am out of school certainly feel sorry for you I am very anxious for summer to come I can come up there ans soon Love from, R.W."
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This item is a postcard of a rose with the caption: "Best Wishes." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie wish I could see you guess you and Rob are having a good time. We Had our children day yesterday this collection was $15.35 wasn't that good. Your letter received Elizabeth Lo."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers with the gold caption: "Greetings from. The postcard is addressed to Bobie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "2-20-09. My Dear cousin why didn't you write I have sent letters and cards two and but haven't got any answer. Want you to write and tell me all the news. Answer soon your cousin. Hettye Williams Garner Ark."
Item 286: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the union depot in Milan, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie I'm still alive but nearly dead sure have to study but I your dad's great everyone likes him. Better than any of the ...here. He makes things as ...as H.B. did ans Rose Box 94."
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This item is a postcard the Cobb lecture all at the University of Chicago. The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Have been in only a few mins. Had to change cars at Fulton, Ky and the train was late leaving there at 12:50 last night. Got here at 1:30 today. Will leave at 3:00 for feel fine with exception of a booth headache. Heber."
Item 288: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the Southern Hotel and Elk's Building in Jackson, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a note on the back that reads: "Received your card some days ago. I am visiting in Jackson this week. Saw misses Josie Lire day come to places Hill again soon Fondly B.E."
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Item 290: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a "Bengali girls in Eden Garden, Calcutta, India" with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "I wish Jennings could stay ... Jim B will come home Monday. Papa is going to Trenton Thurs. Lin W." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Mother: I received your letter this morning. I feel alright. We went fishing yesterday but didn't catch any fish with the poles but caught some with a net. Went to town yesterday. I drove part of the way there. I found a sparrows nest it had 3 little eggs in it yours Jim."
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This item is a postcard of the "general view of Canton, China" with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "Mother Oran and Jim B. are 'three of a kind.' Don't know which is having the best time. Jim is well and perfectly satisfied with country life. Lena." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Mother I will tell you how I've spent the day collected bob white eggs went to see little cat fishing helped gather cucumbers helped feed the pigeons and salt the stock in the bottoms. Mr. Thetforne hired a closed surry to bring us out. We didn't get wet. I am feeling alright. I'll close as it is nearly bedtime Your son, Jim."
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This item is a postcard of two children sitting on a kitchen table with a handwritten note that reads: "I went to Milan last Sunday and stayed about an hour and a half had a dandy time too! Don't they look cute? When is your school out?" The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie- It was your time to write me and you waited a long time. I'll forgive you though, say kid member those notecards we sent last summer wasn't we mean? I see 'somebody' livry now and then. You understand who? Lillian is in Jackson the MC.F.I. when are you coming ma and pa are very well I haven't seen them in a week or 2."
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This item is a postcard of the "post office" in Knoxville, Tennessee. The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "I was indeed glad to get your card. Getting words from many friends helps to keep off homesick. I feel sure Gibson Co. won't brick against the Supt. so long as you stay in the office. See the fair in run all O.K. since is not there you friend J.W."
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This item is a yellow postcard of a pond scene with the caption: "Hearty Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Holmes & Addie Mae Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Many Happy Returns Dollie Rembrougu."
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This item is a postcard of two cats drinking milk with the caption: "This is better they certainly think, We shall liven up, if we have a drink." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Mother: How are you all now? Hope Homie is over her cold. I am very well. Feel as well as I ever did. I think this water agrees with me but I don't like it very well. Guess Jim will go home with Leua tomorrow. I am sure having a fine time. Robbie and I went to the Ball last night with Mrs. McKenzie, she + Mande + Marison Holmes Cary right at us. Well I don't know exactly when I'll be home. Write to me soon. Bobbie."
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This item is a postcard of little Indians surrounding a rabbit they have captured with the caption: "Cupid on the War-Path." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie. Have you been slay ridings this is a dime time to go isn't it? Bob tell Nettie papa won't try to come over lawn-regards to all. Resp Charlie."
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This item is a postcard of a cowgirl holding a string and aiming a gun at a cowboy with the caption: "There are strings tied to me." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie. You just out to see me... 4go around looking so solem that you would think I had a 'head-ache' an well pleased ... ans to prof Rose"
Item 298: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a colonial man and woman with the handwritten note: "Homie was alright and just the lame ole kid - Lovingly yours old Chum Nettie." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "How are you? Bobbie Dear. Weill you please pardon me for waiting so long to write but have been away from home for past four days have been in Jackson bringing Hommie and at mudore with one uncle W.A. House just had a grand old time."
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This item is a postcard of the castle of St. Angelo and the Tiber River in Rome and street merchants in Naples, Italy with the handwritten note that reads: "a siege longer than mine. I don't know yet just when I'll be home - will write you later. Let me hear from you W.H.C." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Am O.K. How are all getting on at home? Grandpa + aunt Josie are well. I have been expecting a letter from him concerning 'school.' These you have heard a thing yet. Tell Bob to cut a collar jettison (Dutch) by mine and send it to aunt write. Tell her also to get some of those irresistble collar stays like I got for aunt J. She can get them at Bryane. Tell her to ask for the second size - just."
Item 300: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of Bry's Department store with the caption: "Bry's New Fireproof Department Store - Main Street, Corner Jefferson Memphis. Tenn." with the handwritten note that reads: "Monday Afternoon. Has Heber come home yet? I hate awfully had to leave here but I suppose it will have to be so. Yours." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "got the news a min ago that boat won't he here till Wed. morn. so don't know exactly what time Thurs I'll reach home. I rather think it will be Thurs off on 6 o'clock special miles we happen to some accident Jim sure I'll catch 10'clock train as m of tomorrow."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers on a green background with the caption: "Make a Fuss over me" with a handwritten note that reads: "Will be done this next Summer." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie Read your card a few days ago was glad to get it as I had not heard from you in so long Nettie mailed you a letter about three weeks ago didn't you get it well ans. soon as ever Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of pink flowers with a dove on a pink and purple background with the caption: "Coming." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie:- Aunt Sam said you were in H. and I want to come see you call me over the phone and tell me how long you are going to stay and I will try and come to see you I don't know where you lines 22-2 Lillian and I will come and you friend Really Yr. Miss Josie McAfee."
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This item is a postcard of blue flowers with the caption: "To my Dear Sister." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie- Now are you I have been busy every min I got home Mama is better she was real sick tho write soon. Yours Rob."
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This item is a postcard of corn and grapes. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie- How did you fly in Texas excuse me for not ans your letter will ans in a few days have been busy all xmas. Have been to marina and to some parties I had one sure did have a award well what did you get xmas the best of all I got a diamond ring ans soon Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of an organ with American flags and plants as decoration with the caption: "Christian Church Interior, Valparaiso, Ind." The postcard is addressed to Adda May Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Monday Eve Aug. 9, 09. Write leave to-night for Detroit where we'll be until tomorrow eve 4 o'clock. Leaving there take boat on Lake Erie for Buffalo. The excursion over the N.Y.C. + S.T.L. left today- suppose school won't be in before Sept 6th I want to get home two or three weeks before time for school to green. Heber."
Item 306: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man and a woman sitting on a bench by the beach with a dog with the caption: "The End of The Season." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello How's Trenton? When is Commencement? 'Write me' wish you could have been with us Tuesday night sure had a dandy time over the Hotel."
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This item is a postcard of Niagara Falls with the caption: "No. 901. Niagara Falls from Prospect Point."
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This item is a postcard of a waterfall with the caption: "No. 902. Terrapin Rock and Horseshoe Fall from Goat Island"
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This item is a postcard of a mountain with the caption: "No. 908. Ice Mountain, Niagara Falls." The postcard is addressed to Prof H.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Why not, Miss. Dear Cummings:- I was sorry that we could not come Sat together but awaiting to explain things I could not wait longer than Sat. afternoon Since I came I have been real sick-real morrows now. I'll have to hear in a few days for it serves of my inviter's Caulfield- Best wishes to you for a pleasant watering work. W.K.Robinson."
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This item is a postcard of Niagara Falls with the caption: "No. 905. Rock of Ages, Niagara Falls." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Rock through which I have just passed in going through 'came of the winds.' Passed in behind Falls Trip was great. Only so much mist could hardly breathe will here early Saturday Morning. Herb."
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This item is a postcard of Niagara Falls with the caption: "No. 906. Horseshoe Fall from below, Niagara Falls."
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This item is a postcard of the Brock's monument with the caption: "No. 913. Brock's Monument, Queenston Heights, Canada."
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This item is a postcard of a woman in a canoe with the caption: "No. 922. The Red Man's Fact, Niagara Falls."
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This item is a postcard of St. James' Cathedral with the caption: "St. James' Cathedral, Toronto, Canada."
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This item is a postcard of a steamboat with the caption: "Steamer Eastern States." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai  Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Niagara, Canada. Aug. 11, 1909. Came over in this steamer from Detroit. Reached Buffalo this morn at 8:00. Fifteen hr ride from Detroit to Buffalo. Saw McKindey's monument and a few other places of interest while in Buffalo. Came over the car ride to magazine Huber."
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This item is a postcard of a geyser with the caption: "Crater Oblong Geyser Yellowstone National Park" with a handwritten note that reads: "Where he is  going to work he could not last night + he told me goodbye as I did ans soon will do the same next time your Friend Stacie." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie. Your card reached me last Thur. and I have been intending to write ever since, but just kept putting it off we had a good meeting Paul Claybrook the boy that was over here the Sat morn for Nashville (over)."
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This item is a postcard of a river with the caption: "Big Sioux River at foot of 6th Street, Sioux Falls, S.D." The postcard is addressed to H.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Read your card this morning. Thanks! Am glad you enjoyed the trip. The view on the card was beautiful. It is so hot here that everything is burning up. The corn is burned brown in some places I wish I had have stayed in Valpo. Your Friend, J.G.F."
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This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "No 2729 M.S.T.P. and S.STE.M. Round House. Enderlin N.D." The postcard is addressed to Heber Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Aug 18-09 Dear Friend, How is Niagara? Having a good time I suppose. Can't give you and address just now Scott Haven."
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This item is a postcard of a girl holding flowers with a handwritten note that reads: "Would like for you to come out before I close my summer school." The postcard is addressed to Heber Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "6/23/03 I My but I sure had a dandy arithmetic essay today. What on earth would I do without a 'teacher.' Everything next off ex true will today but I'm looking for a you dandy times. good today Rose."
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This item is a postcard of a church with the caption: "Church of the Sacred Heart, Humboldt, Tenn." with a handwritten note that reads: "Tell Aunt Sam she owes me a card." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie- Read your card last week that you'd gotten me glad you haven't tho only I start to school Wed. Our cook is in Jackson for a few days and I have to do the cooking sure in awful the 'boys' haven't come back yet. J is coming Wed. I think I won't tell him about it ans soon yours Robbie."
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This item is a letter  with a handwritten note that reads: "Herb: We will be glad to have you come and bring Miss Lizzie Mai Nilson to Gypsy. Tea on our lawn tomorrow coming as seven o'clock to meet my guest Miss Taylor. Sincerely Mary Shackelford Aug. 26."
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This item is a envelope addressed to Heber Cummings.
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This item is a postcard of a "Puritan Girl" with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "Don't guess I will get to come to the fair Best certainly would like to." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie:- Read your card a few mins ago was glad to hear from you. When did you hear from Rob she is going to move to Humboldt ans soon Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Radnor College, Nashville, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "This is said to be a nice location but have not seen it."
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This item is a postcard of a green banner that reads Tennessee with the caption: "Tennessee College (for women) Murfreesboro, Tenn. The school that is different. Rah! Rah! Rah! Who are We? We are the Girls of Tennessee, In for Fun, in for Knowledge; We are the Girls of Tennessee College. Rah! Rah! Rah!!!" The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "O you kid, I wish you were with me. How's Everything and everybody in Trenton suppose by this time you've wild about Fitz. I room with Gertrude Crone of Billings Mon. Haven't recited any lessons as yet. Have been classifying since yesterday morning. I like JCS time and haven't gotten very homesick yet. Lovingly Irma."
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This item is a postcard of purple flowers with a letter with the caption" Dear             just a few lines to               " and an envelope. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dearest Bobbie Please pardon me for waiting so long to write. But have ans so wiry airing to the meeting haven't hardly had time to breathe. Yours you are in school again, hope I will get to see you this fall at the fair. Yours lovingly Charm Nettie."
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This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Cotton Exchange. Memphis, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bob:- How are you? We are just fine. Bess + Jno are at the St. Joseph Hospital with Typhoid fever are better, Jno was very low, Bob will write you a long letter when I move + get fixed up + then will send you my ad goodbye with love to ace of your family Mary Snttoy."
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This item is a postcard of a couple who just got married with the caption: "Congratulations." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Why don't you write me? Am at home now. Will be back in the morn. Ans soon Lillian."
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This item is a postcard of yellow flowers with a pink flower. The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie, I thought you'd forgotten me, I intended to come to the fair but don't guess I can yes we are going to move in about a week or two tell Aunt Sam I'll write her a letter in a few days. Write soon yours Robbie."
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This item is a postcard of a couple with two girls giving them a wreath with the caption: "The Bridalwreath. Sisters come with the wreath, Love has dissolved all our wrath; As you may guess I have said, yes." The postcard is addressed to Supt Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Kid Friend- you said you would duplicate my Sunday grades and that I did not have to take the examination. I am going to school and keeping house. I'm too busy to come down there again now unless it's positively needful that I do come. I shall be ready for my school, we have the school in splendid working order I am pleased and they are. So what is off? I guess anything more important than what I'm about let me have a card I'll try to come. Respect Lula Nichols 3 radford Tenn."
Item 331: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of blue flowers in a vase with a pink ribbon. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie, you ought to have been here yesterday I went to Vincent Springs sure did have a time a crowd of girls and boys went to Holland the Fourth and then we stopped at Guess woodslot we went about 16 miles by Doeie say a meeting is going on at Vincent and the boys are coming to carry us every spring night going to have a ...Tuesday."
Item 332: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of the confederate monument in Murfreesboro, Tenn. with the handwritten note that reads: "Guess you are looking forward with great pleasure to the Fair. I saw in Trenton paper you attended the Humboldt Fair. Well I'm glad say that from weeks of the time have gone and I only thought were four months instead. How did Joe stay...really there as the same time you know you said you heard he was but didn't know for certain. I sent Kathleen a card the other day, but haven't heard from her yet and was telling whether I ever will or not. No I haven't seen Ruth yet. She came to see me when I was sick, but I couldn't go down to see her. Suppose I'll go over to this 'select school' to see her someday soon just whenever I can find time. This don't like much being a better does it?" The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Thurs off Dear Adda Mai: - I'm aware that I've neglected my duty and I beg you forgiveness but it was needed only to say that as I have so much work I've had to cutout most of my corresponding and so you see that I can't exchange cards and would like sometime to get a letter from you if you ever take a notion you would like to write. It maybe that I can arrange it later so I can write. Lovingly, Irma."
Item 333Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a photograph of a house with a man in front. The postcard is addressed to Prof J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello, How are you all we are alright. Can you guess who it is from."
Item 334Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of sdfsdf. The postcard is addressed to sdfsd Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "sdfsd."
Item 335: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of pictures of a school with the caption: "Soule Business College New Orleans, La. Finest Business School Building in America 'Always a Leader' " with a handwritten note that reads: "Is a body write a body and there is no reply, can't a body ask a body what's the reason why? Elizabeth." The postcard is addressed to H & A Cummings.
Item 336Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a log cabin with a family standing in front with the caption: "The famous Mitchel, Log Cabin, on Stones River, used during the war as a Hospital." with a handwritten note that reads: "Adda Mai I certainly want you to come to TX next year. You couldn't find a better school anywhere and Jim's sure you would like it. Lovingly Irma Remind all the folks that I'm still living they seem to have forgotten it." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello kid:- you must be mighty busy not to even time to write me a card Jim busy too, but they don't have any pity and just keep piling things on me. Ah isn't that time sailing? Just think of it I can now say I'm going home next month. I guess you people are still as quite as ever. You know I don't believe you all think half as much of me as I do of you for you never have said you wished you could come see me."
Item 337: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Main Building Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Thought I got a glimpse of you as I passed though Humboldt yesterday. Is your school out? I'm tired and sleepy tonight, but hope to feel O.K. by morning. U.T. looks good but I feel as if 'there is no place like home.' Haven't had time to attend the Exposition yet though hope to soon. Best wishes from your friend Tom. c/o University of Texas."
Item 338: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a turkey and dishes with the caption: "Greetings for Thanksgiving Day." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie, - Read your card a few days ago was glad to hear from you I am going home Fri. I go ev3ery two weeks. Your Friend, Lillian."
Item 339: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a waterfall with a man standing inside of the river with the caption: "Cave of the Winds in Winter, Niagara Falls; N.Y." with a handwritten note that reads: "Wish I lived here don't you?." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie How's school? What are you learning? anything good? Why don't you come to over some time? Be good until 'a time' I see you."
Item 340: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a bridge with the caption: "Nashville Pike Bridge, over Stones River, Murfreesboro, Tenn." with a handwritten note that reads: "Let me hear from you often. Lovingly, Irma. Tell H that it seems as if he has forgotten me and my address too. Well gives I'll be home three wks from Thurs don't know what time yet whether it is 10 a.m." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "My dear Adda Mai: I wish I could see you tonight I have so many trait and tribulations. Excuses begin tomorrow and ah how is I just know Jim going to fail. Was so glad to get your card and boy you stick to what you said about writing very nice long newsy letter. The card was addressed alright and can't see why I haven't got the others that were addressed that way."
Item 341Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of sdfsdf. The postcard is addressed to sdfsd Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "sdfsd."
Item 342Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of orange and blue flowers with a gold background. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bob. I would have answered sooner but have been away from home. A great deal Sunday is Rally day out here wish you could come and go. We won't have 'dinner on ground' however. With love Bessie E."
Item 343Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of leaves with two daisies. The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Sister:- I am at Humboldt got here yesterday eve, Mr. G will coem next week am very well and found all well at home. Pa said tell you he would not come tomorrow I want you all to come while I am up here and I'll try to get over to see you good by Josie."
Item 344: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a dog with the caption: "5560 Princess." The postcard is addressed to E.T. Hale with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Aunt Sam I read the calmdaris Sat night was tickled to death (nearly) think they are might pretty money thanks Chester come home from Humboldt last night he is going to West Point in the a.m. he is going to work there my school will be out Friday evening I am not going to the college are you all well? R.Y.M."
Item 345: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Public School, Murfreesboro, Tenn." with a handwritten note that reads: "Have oceans or things to tell you when I do get home. For the last wk. we've been having the best time you ever heard of something doing  all the time? With love, Irma. The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Tus off. Well leave here in the morn at 5:20. Suppose I'll be home some time Fri. am not decided as how to long I'll tarry in Jackson. Have just made my last try town and it can't make me feel the best in the world to think of leaving."
Item 346: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a girl smelling flowers with the caption: "Hello!" with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "Honey how are you? Wish I could see you." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "I don't know who owes a card but I'll write one and you ans I heard that you were having a whole lot of 'beaux' you sure are selfish. I wanted you to come and spend Sat and Sunday with me some time and I didn't get you very I wish you would can't you ans soon was in here last week write soon Yours Robbie."
Item 347: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a confederdate monument in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "has so sorry to hear of J C Duuagar's death. Such a pity for each young boys to have to go, but I guess it's for the best or it wouldn't have been so I'm afraid you'll have to stain your eyes to read this. Write me a real long sweet letter right away quick in a hurry I'm afraid the neast is that he's too busy playing rook. Ha! Ha! Buy you're going to miss me game and write me. You are now aren't you? Say yes for you know you are. Lovingly Irma. The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "March 4. You're a bad, naught child to not have written me. Got your card and have been to looking for the letter you were sure to write the very next day, but I have looked in vain. We are having dandy weather here just like summer. For the last wk I've been feeling time. Wish I could feel that way every wk. Got a box from home tonight and it sure looks good and tastes good? Smells good and really it is good. 2 wish you were here now, I'd like to have long talk to write you save by shells I'd like to tell you, but just haven't room. Wish you'd havesome body get a move on themselves."
Item 348: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with cars and horse and buggies in front with the caption: "12658 Terminal Union Station, Mobile, ALA." The postcard is addressed to Adda M. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "My dear little sis: How is S.C.C? Don't get that 'dream demerit' before I return. We are having a splendid time. Will have much to tell you when I reach West Point. The people have are so hospital to us are making our stay delightful. Give my love to all the girls and yourself. - Holmes."
Item 349Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a steamboat with the caption: "White Star Line Steamer 'Owana.' " The postcard is addressed to Holmes Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Wednesday morn. Lake Erie. Have just seen the summer on lake. Lift Detroit last eve 5 o'clock. Ans now about at 4 haven't ride from Buffalo. Total distance 15 hrs. ride. We are on one of the largest lake steamers. Hope to reach Falls by 10 o'clock. Had great time yesterday in Detroit. Heber."
Item 350: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of three building with the captions: "Soule College, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Tennessee College, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Murfreesboro School for Boy,  Murfreesboro, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to H. B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Sun. Aft Received your letter today and will ans. real soon. It seemed good to hear from you again. What do you think of the select school compared to J. C.? Sincerely Irma."
Item 351Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a pink flower with the caption: "In the desert a fountain is springing, in the wild waste there is still is a tree, and a flower in the old garden blooming that speaks to my spirit of thee." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "I wonder how Bob is tonight but I guess she is about as lonesome I am. I surprised to hear from before you have written but this you need it be surprised at anything I do. How do you like the new teachers as well as the old Mrs. I hope so. Dorothy let you write as many letters as you want to so can find time for I care of S.C.C."
Item 352: 1907Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a city with the caption: "10404 Court Square and Main Street, Memphis, Tenn." with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "After having a delightful time in middle Tenn. I have returned home I reached have last Wed and had a good time the Fourth. Hope you are enjoying thru good old summer days...Lovelis. The postcard is addressed to Hommie Cummings.
Item 353: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of pink roses with the caption: "Greetings Fond Wishes All good Wishes in time come true The best of wishes I wish for you." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Adda Mae. How are you and Holmes? Am enjoying being at home. What do you think I haven't heard from Alleue yet? Have you heard from M.F.H. Jr. Merry xmas and Happy New Year.  Irma."
Item 354: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Main Dormitory, Miss I.I. and C. Columbus, Miss." The postcard is addressed to Holmes Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Columbus Miss. Nov 3/10. My dear Homes:- I have thought of you all so often sing I cause back but have been too busy to write. I trust you work is doing splendidly. The girls have were all so glad to hear about your Association and said you their best wishes. We have just gotten a lot Missouri study classes well started. So far we have 154 enrolled. We hope to get 200. How is the mobile delegation coming out? We have 8 or 9 prospectives. I hope you will go. Please give my love to all the girls. Sincerely Yours - Eva L. Hyde."
Item 355: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a butterfly with pink flowers with the caption: "Imitate the butterfly - Get your sweets before you die! With Best Wishes." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mae Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "He only why don't you write to your old hat? I think I wrote last, how is Aunt Sam? I haven't heard from her a long time does she know Sadye is real sick? We many 'Rook' up hire a crowd of us girls write soon your Robbie."
Item 356: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a church with the caption: "Columbus, Miss. First Baptist Church." The postcard is addressed to Holmes and Addie M. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Am having just a swell old time but miss you all just lots. K.D."
Item 357: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Court House, Valparaiso, Ind." The postcard is addressed to Holmes Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Spent Saturday in Chicago. Had great time. Left here at six. Got back Sunday morning at three went through several large structures, art museum, stock yards, parks took boat ride on Lake and went to theater at night am well and time H Ble."
Item 358Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a woman in a hat with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "as if I don't you can ask for me when have you seen that cousin of mine he called me Sunday, maid he was coming up here this week when are you going home again? Write to me real soon if you have nothing else to do as else yours Robbie." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hear Girlie. What on earth has become of you? I haven't heard from you in ages I don't you nearly free are going to school every morning? Call me up Sun. morning if you have nothing else to do just call Humboldt's central and I may ans."
Item 359: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a boy with a wig on in a judge outfit posed around books writing with the caption: "Directing the Jury" with the handwritten note on the front that reads: "Lillian Lewis. Certainly had a good time Sun. a crowd went to Blood Rivers 10 miles from blue had a had a good time to. Am still having a fine time. Tell Rob to ans. my card. Write to me of two." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings.
Item 360Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a dirt road with trees and a river beside it. The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Sweetheart. Was so glad to get your card. ans to know you hasn't forgotten me. I still love you as much as ever. Hurry and come to see me. Yours 'Alick.' "
Item 361Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a pumpkin with a turkey inside holding a feather with the caption: "Thanksgiving Greeting." The postcard is addressed to Addie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Malian. Sure wish you were here 'I do.' Don't go it sure is lonesome sui a you went away. Miss your little B some of these days. Write and tell me about it."
Item 362Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a building with the caption: "Tulane Hall. New Orleans, La." The postcard is addressed to H Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "I am at the Grunewald wish you were here with us Dollie."
Item 363: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a house with the caption: "Tom Franklin Hospital at I.I. and C. Columbus, Miss." with the handwritten note of the front that reads: "How would you like to spend a few days here. It is awfully nice were work is home." The postcard is addressed to Holmes Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Do you find it hard to work after such a delightful trip too. Seems I can never get strait again feel for me I have a report to write tomorrow."
Item 364: 1911Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a cross with the caption: "Easter Greeting." The postcard is addressed to A.M. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "How are you? We are well. We dyed our Easter eggs yes. We will rub them with greasy rug this roe. They are real pretty, we have yellow, red, green, lilac, purple, pink and some have pictures on them. There are to be many marriages her this summer. Guess you see the announcements in the paper. 'They say' fine Jim Deason and Miss P Gordon are to marry. Hal Holmes is building a home on the Deason lot east of Deason's house. Mary Happel is to marry a Dr. Darcy of Jackson. You'll see about Jessie Killugh and Oive McThinu in the paper Tell you I can help mother. I sewed the buttons on a new Ginny this morn. Write soon. Nettie."
Item 365Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of clock tower and house in snow with yellow flowers as a boarder with the caption: "A Glad New Year." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear May, many thanks for the present honey Lillian Lewis is going to have a party Mon night wish you were here. Robbie do you remember 'Libson Walt' and apples."
Item 366Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of an angle looking over an iced over village with the caption: "Christmas Greetings." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Wising you a Merry Christmas we are sure your friends B.E. Gammie Sue."
Item 367Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of purple flowers with the caption: "Language of Flowers These yellow cowslips speak the 'winning grace' that makes all love for thee a treasured duty; and here, to match the glory of thy face. Clematis tell thy soul's transcendent beauty. C. Preston-Wynne." with the handwritten note on the front that reads: "119 Dupree Lt." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Adda Mai! I was sorry that I didn't get to see you before I left I looked for you Saturday Afternoon before the night but I suppose he didn't have in time for you to come. I would have joined you Mon. morning but I was in a hurry to did not have time. Bertha met me She and her cousin have been here all the afternoon. She asked why you didn't come too."
Item 368: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of pink flowers with the caption: "Language of Flowers Let me decipher you the message of my flow'rs: The rose means 'love', the violet 'I am true'. Thus speak the leaves that garland fair Virginia's bow'rs: 'In sunshine and in grief I cling to you'. C. Preston-Wynne." with the handwritten note that reads: "It is about 11 o'clock or after reckon I'll be read to get about 4 with morning's." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "July 26, 1910. Hello Adda Mai how my old lady getthing along fine I hope. Next time I see you I have more funny things to tell you. My experience has been great I am crazy to come home and see you all. I will sure be there Friday Lovingly M."
Item 369: 1908Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of purple flowers making the word Faithfulness with the caption: "Language of Flowers Violet: 'Faithfulness' " with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "Ans Soon." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Girlie- I was so glad to get your card if I didn't answer sooner are you in school I am and we are having a time Doice said Hello Ans soon Lola."
Item 370Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of flowers with the caption that reads: "Language of Flowers The moss-rose whispers: 'My love is thine!' The heliotrope: 'Untrue never'. The pink-tipped clover sighs low: 'Be mine!' The myrtle: 'Together for ever!' C. Preston-Wynne." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Gob. How are you getting along. I feel awfully bad because you are not here. Trenton is dull how could expect it to otherwise without you I got my kudus pictures. Hey are all right good min and your all au the worst in As you have been told before the objects were brought. I have not been not during since you left I wish you would come back so we could go Rosa and I are going to Milan next month don't you would go with us. Brother Butter has come back Do you understand? Last night the LC pupils had the entertainment they included to have Monday night at was good that to was finishing Rosa did not get the second grade Lolia B got it at seems like ages school you wish you would back home I hope you will come back home but be sorry the getty mr visit mt this time sry you won't want to go away more for a long time I want you to get your visit but I hope it won't be much longer."
Item 371Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of cupid holding a card that reads: "To my Valentine" with a woman in a rose. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dearest Frend, Guess you think I have forgotten you but I have not. We intended to go to a Valentine part tonight but the snow is 6 inches deed here so we won't go as ever your friend Nammie Sue."
Item 372: 2/13/1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of cupid with the caption: "True Love." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Feb. 13, 1910. I appreciated your card so much and thought I had answered it until the other day. Yes, I am still at the M.C.F. 2 and will finish this year. Write to me and tell me all about yourself and Trenton. Eva Pyles."
Item 373: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a purple postcard of covers with the caption: "Best Wishes." The postcard is addressed to Adda Mai Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Dear Bobbie I guess you have started back to school. I started in a day. I've been out about two months and I feel funny having to studying tonight have an awful headache write soon. Yours Robbie."
Item 374: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a waterfall with the caption: "Lula Falls, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tenn." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hello Bobbie:-How are you? Would like to see you so much wish you would come down here. Your friend Lola Pickison."
Item 375: 1910Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a man and woman dressed up for baseball with the caption: "Instructions." The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Miss Cummings, Guess you will be surprised to get a card from me. You must have stayed at home most all day the 4th? I didn't get to see you. I am sure everybody say our and their Dear Little Rob. George Robinson."
Item 376Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a group of children holding a sign that reads: "Public School Trenton 1909 Tenn 1910 Grade 7."
Item 377Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a group of children holding a sign that reads: "Public School Trenton 1909 Tenn 1910 Grade 9."
Item 378Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of a group of children holding a sign that reads: "Public School Trenton 1909 Tenn 1910 Grade 10."
Item 379: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of purple and yellow flowers with a handwritten note on the front that reads: "ans soon from your loving Gousee Nettye Williams. The postcard is addressed to Bobie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "7-20-09 Hello Dearie how are you why don't you write I don't see why you don't ans m card. We are will. I went to Little Ruck last week sure had a nice time sure would like to see you will send you my picture next time. Write a lar gone ans soon ever."
Item 380: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of pink and purple flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "How have you inlayed the holidays I have had very nice time I got journal miss prismils. Yours you are sorry to go back to school. Say what did Lanty bruise you? Yours Nettie."
Item 381: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of purple and yellow flowers with the caption: "Happy Days." The postcard is addressed to Addie Mae Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Well I guess you have started back to school. I have been going out a week I will be so glad when summer comes but that is nearly as far off as x-mas. Do you remember that days in the courthouse to wry ans soon your friend. R.W."
Item 382: 1909Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of purple flowers. The postcard is addressed to Bobbie Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Hannah, my school is out I won't have to go anymore I feel for you your thing I won't be very busy now that have been real busy with my books but that is past now ans. soon your friend Robbie W."
Item 383Add to your cart.
This item is a postcard of two guys in a boat with the caption: "Fishing at Mouth of Piney, Dawson Springs, Ky." The postcard is addressed to J.B. Cummings with a handwritten note on the back that reads: "Better than insititutes even though the Juices he revised we are enjoying the water. July J.B. Lizzins."
Item 384Add to your cart.
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