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[Portrait of Mamie McFaddin]

Description: Portrait of Mamie L. McFaddin wearing a long white gown and lace headband, standing on a porch lined with columns and looking out toward the yard. A handwritten note on the back of the photo says "The dress I wore at our [?] Club Thanksgiving dance with Lynn Gilbert (the Pres) we lead the Grand March. I was 16 yrs old."
Date: 1911~

[Portrait of Mamie McFaddin]

Description: Photograph of Mamie McFaddin wearing a long white dress with a white feathered headband, standing next to a window with lace curtains and leaning on a tall pedestal. A handwritten note on the back of the photo says "I was 16 yrs. old. Mamie Louise McFaddin. The dress I wore at the [?] Club Thanksgiving dance I went with and lead the grand march with Lynn Gilbert who was the President that year."
Date: 1911~

[Postcard of a Baby Buggy Made of Flowers]

Description: Postcard of the golden frame of a baby buggy with purple, blue, and green flowers weaved through the frame and white doves perched on the top. "With Hearty Easter Greetings," is written below the buggy. The short message on the back of the postcard reads, "All are well. With Love, Grandmother." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFadden 1141 3rd Ave Huntington, West Va."
Date: April 12, 1911

[Postcard of a Castle Obscured by a Forest]

Description: Postcard of a stone castle obscured by a forest near a wide river. A newspaper clipping reads "Nikolai Sokolof" with "Who's" and "Jack" written around the clipping. The message continues with "The translation of the two above Russian words is: "Who's Jack?" H. H. 10-24-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."
Date: October 24, 1911

[Postcard of a Charcoal Sketch of a Woman Wearing a Hat]

Description: Postcard of a woman sketched with charcoal wearing a hat. The note below the woman's picture reads, "Mamie, Note I put another color to her hair. If I don't know who Jack is, I certainly know a rich joke on a certain somebody. Hugh. 10-07-11." The note continues on the back of the postcard with, "Who is Jack? H.H. 10-7-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D.C. Gunston Hall."
Date: October 7, 1911

[Postcard of a Cherub Waiting to Ring Bells]

Description: Postcard of a winged child wearing a Santa Claus costume looking at a pocket watch while holding a rope attached to two bells. The message on the front reads, "Good Luck be yours in the New Year." The message on the back reads, "With love and all good wishes for 1916 Mamie! Julia Borden." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin 1906 McFaddin Ave. Beaumont, Texas."
Date: December 30, 1915
Creator: Julia Borden

[Postcard of a Dirt Path Near Mountain]

Description: Postcard of a dirt path edged by brush winding towards a mountain. The message on the front reads, "Tell slim Lacy that Faty said "Howdy" "Lover's Lane" Wouldn't this be an ideal place to go walking with "Jack?"" The message continues on the back with, "The big joke still continues to get funnier. Will tell you Xmas. Will you tell me who "Jack" is when you come home? H. H. 10-18-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."
Date: October 18, 1911

[Postcard of a French Couple]

Description: Postcard of a man and woman in French aristocratic attire inside a red heart, with pink flowers and a butterfly to the side. "Valentine Greeting is typed beside the heart. The letter on the back reads, "Well dear, how are you getting along by this time? Cheery I hope, we are all well and we are having the season been inside all day. Well getting a long nicely." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Gunston Hall Washington, D. C."
Date: February 12, 1910

[Postcard of a Heart on a Target With a Poem]

Description: Postcard of a rifle pointed at a target with a heart painted in red on the center. A poem below the rifle reads, "A Target for a Valentine! And if I hit, your heart is mine; But if I miss, why surely then I'll have to load and fire again." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Gunston Hall Washington D. C."
Date: February 12, 1910

[Postcard of a Newspaper Article]

Description: Postcard of a newspaper article announcing a marriage. The bridegroom's name is struck out and replaced with "Jack," as the name of the paper is crossed out and replaced with "Beaumont Journal." On the back, the letter reads, "Will break the news to you gently, Jack's married. Read about it on other side. H. H. 10-26-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."
Date: October 26, 1911

[Postcard of a Newspaper Cartoon of Man, Woman, and Broken Down Car]

Description: Postcard of an old fashioned car parked beside a dirt road with a cross-looking man and well dressed woman standing in the middle of the road. The caption reads "Well, "Jack," I guess you'll have to carry me." To the side, the writer adds "This is what you get for joy riding with Jack. H. H. 10-31-11." On the back, the message continues with "Didn't find "J" in Houston. H. H. 11-1-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."
Date: November 1, 1911

[Postcard of a Poem]

Description: Postcard of a poem which reads, "Well I'll swear - I ain't got nothing, Ain't had nothing, Don't want nothing 'cept you. I ain't seen nobody, Ain't had nobody, Ain't loved nobody, That's true. But if you'll love me, I'll love you; If you want money tho', I won't do. Cause I ain't got nothing, Never had nothing, Don't want nothing, 'Cept you." The letter on the back is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie L. McFaddin 1906 McFaddin Ave. Beaumont, Texas."
Date: May 5, 1913

[Postcard of a Rocky Coast]

Description: Postcard of a rocky, tumultuous coast with a boat and two people standing beside it. A note on the back reads, "The fair is great, wish you were home to help us enjoy it. We danced until 2:45 am up at the club last night. H. H. 11-30-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."
Date: November 30, 1911

[Postcard of a Woman Preparing to Dive]

Description: Postcard of a woman wearing a white and red dress preparing to dive into the blue sea. The letter on the front of the postcard is illegible, but a short missive on the back reads, "Tell all the girls Hello for me E.P.Z." The postcard is addressed to "Mammie McFadden Washington, D.C., Gunston Hall."
Date: October 1, 1910