Postcard from Unloading Coal in 1912

This postcard was mailed 110 years ago today — Sept. 20, 1912. The recipient was Mr. Guss Ferdettel [or Ferdellet?] of Bentley, Mich.

The handwritten message is a bit of a mess, but goes a little something like this:

Hello Guss. Don’t you people ever think of me he ha well see what nice cards I kick out for you now Minnie. You must not get [?] for we are all [?] [?] Rose today. Bye from Aunt Min.

The additional sideways writing looks like it reads “Now write soon.”

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