Thrashing in Willow Valley

Thrashing in Willow Valley

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Description (Brief)
real photo postcard;Missouri Valley; photographer - 76 J.A. Ramseyer; stamped and postmarked; Wide view of landscape, farm machines blowing product into large pile; fields of crops in background
Postmark: Misso [only partially stamped] Iowa, Oct 9, 12:30 pm.
Message on verso:
Ms Valley,Jo. 19 9X 13. (Oct 9 1913)
Austatud sõbrad, tetvitan teid oma kartika Mina jõusin sia eile./ Ja töödan/ Aha olen tüdin, sid ei ole lust./ Ja nii tahan lõpetada seda linna elu sellel nädalal./ On teil seal reisimine ja rändan ka mina Nii palun kirjutage kuda teil läheb Kas arvate, et hakkame ühes uut kohta otsima, siis ehk tulen aga ehk muidu lähen üksi, paha pole, lahedam ka./ Külje peal—/Lihtsalt oma mõtted ja vastake kohe, kui võite. /Teavitades teid kõigi
Ms Valley,Jo. 19 9X 13. (Oct 9 1913)
Dear friends, sending you greetings with my card./ I arrived here yesterday, I am working, but I am fed up, it is not enjoyable here./ And so I want to finish the city life this week./ Do you plan to travel and I will journey as well./So please write, how are you all doing/ Do you think we will look for a new place together, then I will come or should I go alone, it’s not bad, maybe will be better./ These are just my thoughts. Please reply as soon as you are able to. I will wait for your reply.
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Object Name
real photo postcard
date made
after 1907
postmark date
Associated Place
United States: Nebraska, Willow Valley
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
overall: 3 3/8 in x 5 3/8 in; 8.5725 cm x 13.6525 cm
ID Number
nonaccession number
catalog number
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