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[Postcard of National Park Seminary in Forest Glen]

Description: Postcard of A small cabin fenced with wooden posts. The scene is described as "National Park Seminary, Forest Glen, Md." The letter on the back reads, "Dear Mamie, I received your card yesterday and was so glad to get it but I can not come in as it is on Friday and I cannot leave then. I wish you girls would come out and see us. Aileen Lovejoy is going to try and come to see you all Monday but I can't come with her. Lots of love, Zilee." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Gunston Hall Washington, D. C."
Date: January 21, 1910
Partner: McFaddin-Ward House Museum

[Postcard of Sand Desert near Cape Henry, Virginia]

Description: Postcard of a sand desert near Cape Henry, Virginia. Handwritten note on the front and back of the postcard details the author's time in Baltimore. The postcard is addressed to Lou Rayburn.
Date: October 4, 1913
Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum

[Panoramic View of a Military Regiment in Maryland]

Description: Postcard of a large group of United States army soldiers at a camp in Maryland, possibly Glen Bernie or Laurel. They are all in their military uniform, gathered in multiple rows. Behind them, a series of tall leafless trees can be seen, as well as a single-story structure in the very center at the top of a hill. There is printed text on the front that reads "47 Battalion 23rd Engineers, Glen Bernie, MD. Feb. 1918." There is a black arrow near the top of the image pointing at an individual, identified as Arnold G. Knock. This information is verified on the back of the postcard, on which Arnold himself, under the "correspondence" heading, wrote: "I am in this picture the arrow point is our my head Did you receive my letter Hoping to hear from you soon This is my address Arnold G. Knock, Laurel Maryland, Truck Co #10 23 Engrs. [sic]" He has addressed the postcard on the left and right to an Emilie Andersen at "El Campo, Texas. D. S. R. #55."
Date: 1918
Creator: Schutz, Frederick A.
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society