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[Postcard from Lena to Mrs. E. F. Kneupper, August 8, 1920]

Description: Postcard from Lena to her sister, Mrs. E. F. Kneupper, letting her know she returned home safely from her trip. The front of the postcard features a photograph of the Kronkosky residence in Boerne, Texas. The house is a three-story, light-colored stone building with a balcony on the third floor. Two houses sit on either side of the Kronkosky residence - the one on the left is about the same size, while the one on the right is much smaller. The houses sit on a hill with a steep decline, leading to a road that winds around the hill.
Date: August 8, 1920
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

[Postcard of Bear and Cub]

Description: Postcard of two bears around a tree trunk, one an adult and the other a young cub. The back of the postcard describes them with this, "Learning Table Manners All varieties of Bears - black, brown, cinnamon and grizzly inhabit the Rockies and are not only inoffensive if not molested but are very human and entertaining." The message on the back reads, "Dear Aunt Mamie, Hope you and Uncle Doug are feeling better. I meant to write you sooner but have not had a chance. Your neice Northcall."
Date: August 8, 1946
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum

[Postcard of Palace Torquay]

Description: Postcard of a large four story building with a fountain in the front, described as "The Finest Hotel on the English Coast, "Palace" Torquay." The message on the back reads, "Spent the night." The postcard's address is crossed out.
Date: August 8, 1938
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum

[Postcard of Two Well-Dressed Young Children]

Description: Postcard of two well dressed children in a backyard. The boy is dressed in a blue sailor suit, handing a flower to a girl in a yellow dress. "Introduction" is typed on the lower left corner. On the back, "Hello Mamie, with love, Sig," is written. The postcard is addressed to, "Miss Mamie McFaddin 1141 3rd Ave. Huntington, W. Va."
Date: August 8, 1907
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum