Paperback, 6″ x 4.25″
by Deborah H. Gould
May 4, 1914
I suppose you have heard the awful gossip about me, eh?
Most postcard collectors focus on the images of city and country scenery, but here’s a sampling of the messages themselves: humor, secret codes, unfamiliar vocabulary, and, most of all, the everyday details of life in the early 1900s—a way of life that’s long, long gone.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Deborah H. Gould reads thousands of postcards a year. She spends three seasons in Brunswick, Maine, and she summers in a kayak on Flying Pond in Mt. Vernon, Maine.
Author of The Eastern, Book One: The Early Years and The Eastern, Book Two: Later On.