Agnes Scully Postcard Collection


Agnes Scully Postcard Collection

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Black and White Baby
Postcard of a black and white baby. It is unsent and the back is empty.

Portrait of a Woman
Postcard of a portrait of a woman. The postcard is unsent and the back is blank.

U.S. Battleship Virginia
A postcard depicting the World War I battleship the US Virginia. It is unsent and the back is blank.

Washington Elm
A postcard depicting the Washington Elm, a tree in Cambridge which stood for 210 years until it died in 1923. It is unsent and the back is blank.

Greetings From Burden Lake
A postcard depicting Burden Lake. Addressed to Agnes Scully. The back is transcribed as “Dear Agnes, I have not forgotten you Sara All Jesie and I have had a lovely time here Sunday. I will write soon with Bore Allentine Miss Agnes Scully Windsor…

I Have the Time-The Place
A postcard depicting a couple in an embrace in a park with a black and white border. Addressed to Frank Chase. The back is transcribed as "Frank Chase".

I'm Coming to See You
A postcard depicting six individuals laughing with each other, with the phrase "I'm coming to see you and we'll have a jolly time". Addressed to Carl Poage. The sender has written "you come to see me" above the phrase. the back side reads “Dearest…

A Sacrifice
A postcard showing a couple walking in a park, while the woman looks at another man. Addressed to Miss Agnes Scully. The back reads “From Ellen Scully Miss Agnes Scully Windsor Lake North Adams Mass”.

Leap Year
A postcard with the phrase "If men have cold feet, we must warm our hearts. There is a drawing of a blonde woman in a yellow shirt cooking some food. The back reads “I guess we will be back soon Agnes”.

I May Not See You Again
A postcard with an artist's cartoon depiction of a man getting mauled by a tiger. It is titled "I May Not See You Again", but the "not" has been crossed out by the sender. The sender has also added French subtitles for the man and the tiger.…

Soldier's Dream
A postcard with a poem titled "Soldier's Dream" transcribed as "In the flicker of the candle loving faces around me come; as I think of home and dear ones of the future when duty's done". The postcard depicts a soldier writing home while surrounded…

Foxy Grand-Pa
A postcard with an artist's rendition of an older man sitting on a stool in front of a wooden building. Addressed to Agnes Scully. The back is transcribed as “Dear Agnes I forget all about you you will now know your feller on the other side your…
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