Aeroplane view of Country Club, Boat Landing and Light House, Detroit, Mich. “Aeroplane photo courtesy of The Detroit News” 217942.
Post marked Redford, Mich. Feb 13, 1915. Addressed to Mrs. Effie L[ee] Weaver, 92 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Michigan.
“Dear Aunt, Received the pkg. O.K. and thank you very much. Have my coat already to stitch. Am afraid our sleighing is going. Had a great time Tues. eve. 24 in our load. Don’t know if the bunch are going to the dance or not. If they do I’ll surely have to go, too. Hattie [Hattie Josephine Nacher Jenks, wife of Justin Rosenthral Jenks, Effie’s cousin] said that Kittie’s [Kittie Lorain Chapman Jenks, wife of Albert Arlington Jenks, Effie’s cousin and Justin’s ½ brother] is not better, poor girl. Estelle W[right]”
Estelle packs a lot of information in a post card! Kittie did not get any better and died about a year later on 7 March 1916. Albert Arlington and Justin Rosenthral were the sons of Leman Case Jenks, the brother of Esther Jenks Lee.