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This black and white printed postcard contains correspondence from one brother to another. Printed text advertising a general store it at the top of the card. Handwriting is on the front and the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Elk City (Kan.), Montgomery County (Kan.), Webster (Ind.), Correspondence, Communication, Frontier & pioneer life
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Quigg, Cyrus B., "Postcard: Handwritten Message on Card Advertising A. R. Quigg" (1881). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1045.
Office of A.R. Quigg, General Dealer in Shelf & Heavy Hardware, Barb Wire, Glass, Nails, Stoves, Tinware, & Implements, Wagons, Wagon Material. ETC. Elk City, Kansas, 4 - 1 1881. Dear Bro, I write few lines this morning it was very cold last night but day people are plowing & sowing oats & what look very well it is a late spring but nothing like it is north in Iowa the snow is 6 ft deep in places and the R. R. stopped yer mum is going to her father in the middle of this mo. we are all well at this time health is generally good lots of Emigration to this state this spring I shall look for you soon. Your Bro Bert Handwritten: C. B. Quigg Esq Webster, Indiana