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This postcard was sent on June 27, 1923, to Miss Ruth Young at 37 South Hall, Slippery Rock, Penna. The inscriptions reads, “Dear Ruth: I recd you card yesterday. I was glad you wrote. I have not time today to answer your letter So I will send a card of your old Home place you often see. I will write to you later. News is scarce at present. With love. Your friend Lillian C. Volant, Pa. RD #3.” (1923) Full Size
Another postcard sent in August 1928 to Miss Ruth Young in New Castle. the inscription reads, “Dear Ruth, You can’t imagine what a wonderful I am having. Wish you were here but I know it would be impossible. Love, Grace.” (1928) Full Size
A cropped postcard postmarked as “Neshannock Falls PA, Sep 30, 9AM, 1908.” It was sent to Miss Mary Blevins at R.F.D. #1 in Volant. The inscription reads, “Hello Aunt Mary! Would this weather freeze your nose? I have been wondering whether this was Oct. or Dec. I had a card from Uncle Rob to-day. Isn’t that sad about Don Lusk? Uncle R.K. told me about it on the card.” I’m trying to figure out what happened to Don Lusk. I did find a mention that the 69-acre Samuel Lusk farm near Volant was sold at auction in late November 1908. Perhaps that’s what the card refers to? (1908) Full Size