A Merry Christmas

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A Merry Christmas.  

No post mark [not mailed].  No addressee.

“Hellow Lee [Lee G Weaver],  Now when you get this dollar, don’t you go and get that girl of yours something with it.  You put it in the bank or get something you need with it.  I would if I got something and sent it but I have been sick with the gripa for two weeks and did not get any shopping done.  Love to all.  Auntie Rinehart [Christiana Weaver Rinehart].  Come down when you can.”

Aunt Teen, Great Grandfather Lemuel Weaver’s sister, married Uncle Charlie Schwartz in 1913, so this Christmas Greeting predates 1913.

Why Christmas Cards in May?  Simple.  This is the end of Grandpa Lee’s Post Card Collection.  I have posted all but these last few on this blog.  I will complete the collection in the next couple of weeks, send it off to be printed, and pick a new topic to blog in early June.  But until then, Merry Christmas!

 

 

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About Pat Shaul

Genealogist / Family Historian
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