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[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 Girl Wearing a Yellow Hat Holding a Card]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a little redhead girl wearing a white dress and a yellow belt and hat with blue polka dots. The girl is facing towards the left looking at a card. The card has two hearts at the top and one at the bottom. At the bottom of the image is printed: "He's a dear!" To the right of the text there is handwritten text that says, "C. A. B." Credit is given to Katharine Gassaway and The Rotograph Co. The postcard is addressed to Miss Mamie McFaddin in Beaumont, Texas. On the back of the postcard on the lower left corner is the logo for the Rotograph Co.
Date: 1907

[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 Lady Looking Into the Distance Holding a Flower]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a lady in the foreground looking into the distance towards the top right corner of the postcard. The lady has her back to the viewer. She had flowers in her hair, a hat dangles from her back and she is holding a flower in her right hand. She is leaning against a rail and a sheep is looking at her hand on the right side of the postcard. On the background of the postcards is a horizon line with some shrubbery and a tree. On the front of the postcard is printed the following: "Listening for my Valentine." On the back of the postcard there is illegible handwritten text.
Date: 1907
Creator: E. P. Dutton & Co.

[Postcard of a Letterette]

Description: Postcard of three columns describing how the sender is feeling, what is happening with them, and their regards. The descriptions that are checked are "Received no letter, Expect to be in Cure St., Feeling fine, Business is good, Weather is fine, Hot to-day, How is New York, Send me all the news, Hope to hear from you, If you were only here, Am enjoying myself, Don't worry, Remember me to Sister well, With love and kisses, With best regards, Hope you are well, Goodbye for this time, My love to WLL, Signed A. C." The letter on the back is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin 65 Beach St. Ave. Charlotte, N. Y."
Date: July 9, 1909

[Postcard of a Man Holding Babies]

Description: Postcard addressed to Mr. G. J. Caldwell in Huntington, West Virginia. The image on the front of the postcard shows a cartoon of a man holding two babies, with a printed message, "Holding His Own." The author of the postcard crossed out "his" and wrote "my." The handwritten message on the front of the postcard says, "I will be home on no. 3 Tuesday. Everybody is well. Max left with Lewis this morning. Look for me Tuesday."
Date: 1906

[Postcard of a Naked Fairy and a Gnome Walking Together]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a naked fairy grabbing the arm of a gnome walking away from the viewer. The fairy has her hair up and is holding a cattail on her left hand. The gnome has a red hat, a brown coat, red shorts and blue tights. He is holding a walking stick on his right hand. The are both walking on a bridge that crosses a body of water. On the right side there is handwritten text that says. "Guess who, AEO. The postcard is addressed to Miss Mamie McFaddin in Beaumont, Texas.
Date: 1907

[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 Rowboat on a River]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows an empty white rowboat on the left side of the riverbank. In the background to the left is a white house with an orange roof and to its left is a white house with a red leafed tree in the front. In the foreground, in front of the rowboat there is grass. Underneath the image is printed the following: "Clyffeside View, Huntington, W. Va." At the bottom of the postcard is illegible handwritten text. On the right lower corner is printed: "Handcolored." The postcard is addressed to Miss Mamie McFaddin in Beaumont, Texas. Credit is given to Wild & Boette.
Date: unknown

[Postcard of a Sugar Cane Mill]

Description: The image in front of the postcard shows a forest in the background. In the middle ground there is a sugarcane mill. On the left side in the middle ground there are figures underneath a roof besides a chimney. In the middle there is a horse and two figures standing. On the left side, in the foreground, there is an older man sitting in a farm carriage pulled by two bulls. On the left lower corner is printed the following: "A Sugar Cane Mill." Underneath the printed text is handwritten the following: "Hello Marie, How are you. Sig went away last month, she went to Louisville. Mamie." The postcard is addressed to Miss Marie Bright in Houston, Texas. On the back of the postcard on the lower left side there is a paragraph that explains how a sugar cane mill functions. On the left side is printed the following: "Art Publishers To Their Majesties The King And Queen."
Date: unknown