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Government Building, Paris, Texas

Description: Green monotone postcard depicting the Government Building in Paris, Texas. Correspondence on the back reads, " Your package was received many thanks for same. Aunto - Rosa." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 206 E. 5th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Monett & Paris R.P.O. on May 17, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[School Days]

Description: Color postcard with an image of children and a chalk board. Above the children is the text, "School Days" and below the children is the text, "Never Jump at a Konclusion you Might Scare it Away." On the back of the postcard is handwritten is, "644 Paris." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 517 High St., Oklahoma City, Tex. It is postmarked in 1910.
Date: 1910
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Greetings From Paris]

Description: Postcard with the text, "Greetings from Paris." Inside each box letter are images of people and buildings; a smiling moon and stars also surround the text. On the front of the postcard is handwritten, "Hello Precious: How are you to-night am so sorry you have been sick. This sure is a stormy old night. Your loving Aunt Rosa." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, c/o Mrs. E. A. Dill, 206 East 5th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Paris & Cleb. on Mar 1, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[The Lord is Risen]

Description: Color postcard with an image of a cross decorated with blue flowers. Located at the lower right hand corner of the postcard is the text, "The Lord is risen" and handwritten is, "Auntie Egger." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, Oklahoma Cotton Oil Ceo., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is postmarked Victoria, Tex. on Mar 28, 1907.
Date: 1907
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[With Best Wishes for a Happy New Year]

Description: Color postcard with the illustration of a child angel standing before an elderly man and the rising sun. On the front of the postcard is handwritten, " Lovingly Aunt Louise." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, #109 West Park Place, Oklahoma City, OK. It is postmarked Waco, Tex on Jan 2.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Garden Postcard]

Description: Postcard photograph of a brick pathway leading through a garden. Two manicured shrubs can be seen in the foreground flanking either side of the path, and more hedges and tall trees can be seen in the background. Light colored text can be seen at the bottom of the image that reads, "As Original Garden - Ash Lawn, Charlottesville, Va.".
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Postcard of an Unknown Child]

Description: Postcard of an unknown young child. The boy is dressed in a gingham patterned shorts and shirt that has dark color collar and tie. He is sitting with one leg underneath him and with an open book next to him.
Date: unknown
Creator: Heilmann Studio
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

Bryan Hammer Building

Description: Color postcard picturing the Bryan Hammer Building in Omaha, Nebraska. It is an eight-story building made of brick. The postcard is an advertisement for the Omaha Hydraulic-Press Brick Co. It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Omaha, Neb. on Sept 29, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Carnations]

Description: Gold colored postcard with three pink carnations on the front. Printed below them is a short poem, "The world is filled with flowers. The flowers are filed with dew The dew is filled with love For you, and you, and you."
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[St. Patricks' Academy, Paris, Texas]

Description: Color postcard with an image of a building. Above the image is the text, "St. Patricks' Academy, Paris, Tex." handwritten is, "This is now an infirmary and Mary Baker was sick where the x is. 10/23/05." The correspondence on the back of the postcard reads, "Dear-Little Darling:- How are you today. Why don't you write to 'Anto' and tell me how you are. 'Anto' love you just lots and lots. do you love 'Anto' your Anto Rosa." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 206 East 5 Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Monett & Paris on Oct 23, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Pension Bureau, Washington, D.C.

Description: Color postcard picturing the Pension Building in Washington, D.C. It is a large square red brick building three stories high with a flag pole on top. Handwritten on the front, "9-25-07, Think I'll try to get a pension and stay here, it is so nice -C." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Bassano, S. Mill St. Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Washington, D. C. on Sept 25, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Carnegie Library, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description: Color postcard depicting the Carnegie Library in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a two-story brick and stone building with a fountain in its courtyard. Handwritten on the front, "Do hope Mr. M is better give him our love if you see him." Correspondence on the back reads, "Her is lots better missed her fever last night and acts pretty heart this A.M. a letter from you and a card from 'Auto' glad to get both love to you all Alice [ ].' It is addressed to Mr. A Bassano, #527 S. 18th St., Paris, Tex" It is postmarked Oklahoma, Oklahoma on Aug 16, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Postcard of Community

Description: Copy negative of two postcards of Abilene, Texas. The first reads, "Greetings From Camp Barkeley Texas," with a cartoon man and woman kissing. The second is of Division Headquarters of Camp Barkeley with three buildings.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Man and women posing with a giant fish]

Description: Postcard issued by Bank of the Southwest using images from F.J. Schlueter Collection. Image is of man and women in bathing suits posing with a giant fish. Text on the back of the postcard reads, "Early Houstonians recall that Houston was a fisherman's paradise. The fishing's good today, too, but bathing costumes have improved considerably in most people's opinion. Houston Streets were never the same again. Photograph from the Bank of the Southwest--F.J. Schlueter Collection." Image is from ca. 1910, but postcard is from ca. 1970.
Date: 1910
Partner: Fort Bend Museum
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