September 25, 1931 — The Castle, Inverness

Mrs. G. E. Jordan (?), 879 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

"Saturday. This castle is where Sophi’s people came from. A charming city. We are to go to London tomorrow a.m. - Sunday - Arrived tonight - now 11.30. Had fine trip. 397 miles and the coaches very comfy. Made 5 stops, no one a bit tired, roads excellent. Hope you are gaining each day. My thoughts are with you so much.

Love, Bromie (?)”

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May 8, 1931 — The Roosevelt House, 28 East 20th Street, New York — The Nursery

The Woman’s Roosevelt Memorial Association invites you to visit the restored birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt and the museum at 28 East 20th Street, New York City.

Miss F. A. White, 59 (?) South Street, Foxboro, Mass.

"This shows the crib and baby chair of the president T. R.

Have just accepted an invitation to a party for Wednesday May 13. Hope to see you Monday.

M. N. (?)”

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February 25, 1931 — An Old New Hampshire Home in winter Near Shattuck Inn

Mrs. Albert R. Willard, 19 Crescent St., Franklin, Mass.

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August 18, 1930 — Main St., from Post Office, Ellsworth, Me.

Mrs. Bert Willard, Crescent St., Franklin, Mass.

"Expect you are home by this time so please keep eye on the Donald lady. She was pretty good as long as I did. I am having a great time as the weather is wonderful.

Much love from (?) and me.”

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February 26, 1930 — United States Treasury, Washington, D. C.

UNITED STATES TREASURY
The United States Treasury Building is of the Monumental type. With a width of 250 feet on Pennsylvania Avenue and a depth of 450 feet, it covers an entire block. The features of the exterior which gives [sic] it dignity are the great collonnade of Ionic columns extending along Fifteenth Street front and the columned porticos on the other fronts. The impression of massiveness and security which is given from without is intensified when in the course of the conventional Treasury tour we penetrate the dark corridors and anrrow passageways in the lower regions of money vaults and time locks.

Mrs. May Willard, Crescent St., Franklin, Mass.

Feb. 26, ‘30
128 B. St. N.E., Washington, D.C.

We were glad to receive your nice card while in Ocala. Arrived here last Sunday.

Emily

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Williamsburg Bridge, New York [NY]

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Capitol Reflections, Botanical Garden at Night, Washington, D. C.

Capitol Reflections, Botanical Gardens at Night, Washington, D. C. The combination of night and electricity has produced a picture that no artist could create.

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Arlington Memorial Bridge, Lincoln Memorial, and Washington Monument, Washington, D. C.

This beautiful bridge crosses the Potomac River from the Lincoln Memorial to Arlington Estate gives a magnificent approach between our Nation’s Capitol City and historic old Virginia and the Southland beyond.

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[Covered Bridge]

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July 9, 1909 — The Trolley Centre, Westfield, Mass.

Miss Beatrice Hughes, Poultney, Vt.
℅ Wm. Hughes

"Dear Beatrice,

Am (?) good time (?) cousins and I have been to moving pictures this afternoon.

Have been on a great many trolly rides. We have lots of fun.

Your friend, Dorothie Williams.”

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-- Rockland, MA
-- Burlington, VT
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