Dearest Girlie:-

I stumbled on a post card written to my grandmother from ‘Seth.’  I wonder  “Who is Seth?”  And, why would her call her “Dearest Girlie”  ?   Hmmmmm….  🙂

This is a composite of two images — the post card image and a tulip image.

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10 Responses to Dearest Girlie:-

  1. David says:

    Seth speaks, again! Meet me at the train station? Unescorted and unchaperoned?

  2. Julie McLeod says:

    Kind of cryptic and mysterious. I wonder if she kept the assignation? Your treatment seems to match the mood….

  3. Toni says:

    How cool that you found your grandmother’s correspondence! Peoria, Ill, June 10, 190…Over a hundred years ago. I think I’d be tempted to frame it.

  4. how interesting a find you found!!!

  5. Marcie says:

    Must be amazing to find a piece of unknown family history. Very creative capture!!!

  6. oscarstavern says:

    I have no idea…sweetie.

  7. colblue says:

    A mystery… Nice! 🙂

  8. Howard Grill says:

    Really neat find. And I love the composite look

  9. Lisa says:

    How intriguing! I love old postcards AND reading the messages on the reverse.

  10. I love love love what you did with this! taking the lovely post card and making it into ART! Now that is so creative! I love it!

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