Monthly Archives: September 2016

I’d like to bet … – 1910

I’d like to bet — She’s waiting yet.   Copyright 1910.  by C. Hobson.   M295 No post mark. No address.  Never sent. I think Grandpa Lee [Weaver] must have really liked this card; there are two of them, in … Continue reading

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Heavyweights on the farm …

105.  One of our Farmer’s “Heavyweights.”   (Scenes along the country roads.)  E. A. Bishop, Pub. Racine, Wis.  Made in U. S. A.  A-11201 No post mark.  No address. Another in Grandpa’s collection of never used cards that just was … Continue reading

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Cleveland – 1913

Fifty-two weeks in a year you are wanted in Cleveland (sixth city) and the rest you may spend where you please.  Cobb X Shink.  Pennant Series No. 1. No post mark. No address. Another of Grandpa’s collection of unused post … Continue reading

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Mary had a little calf …

Mary had a little calf and didn’t go in the water. No post mark. No address. Blank card.  I think it just amused Grandpa!    

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I will phone you Wednesday …

I will phone you Wednesday at __________________.   No post mark.  No address. “From Aunt Cate [Catherine Elizabeth Deaver Weaver].  To Lee [G. Weaver]” Mostly a sign of the times — a post card to say “be home, I am … Continue reading

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Flower with Lee Weaver Script – 1913

Lee Weaver written on pre-printed card in glitter. No post mark (not mailed). Addressed to Miss Ellora Weaver, St Clare House, Mt Clements, Mich. Other than this being an old card in the collection, its significance is to reconfirm the … Continue reading

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Car of Roses – 1913

Diamond Post Card Co. Philadelphia.  No.62 / 5268.  Made in Germany No post mark.  No address.  Not Mailed. “From C.E. [Catherine Elizabeth Deaver, wife of William Powell Weaver, Effie’s husband’s brother] Weaver to Effie [Lee] Weaver”    

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One Man in a Thousand –

One man in a Thousand.  16.  Design Copyrighted by E. B. & E. No post mark. Not addressed.  Never sent “Lem Weaver” Apparently, someone was trying to tell Great Grandpa Weaver [Lemuel Weaver] that he was quite special.  I cannot … Continue reading

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Street Car Bridge, Akron, Ohio – 1913

Street car bridge, across Cuyahoga River at Gorge, near Akron, Ohio. No post mark, no address.  Never sent. From when Grandpa Lee [Weaver] was living in Akron just after finishing at Cleary Business College. “This is some bridge”     … Continue reading

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Main Street, Akron, Ohio – 1913

Main Street, South from Mill Street, Akron, Ohio.  Published Expressly for S. H. Knox & Co.  Made in U. S. A.     A-17275 “This is the Main St. of the city.” Grandpa [Lee G. Weaver] was working in Akron … Continue reading

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