I suppose you are angry. I will explain as soon as I am able to write a letter; have been sick. This is one of the pictures I took and promised you. will have to stay in town for a few months. will let you know when I return. there is no place like the Old Home. does it suit you.
I wonder why Lucile believes W. E. Conner (recipient) might be angry. It is mysteries like this that make reading old postcard messages enjoyable. Lucile says she will explain as soon as she can write. Obviously she can write, or else someone else wrote the message.
I like real photo postcards of Victorian homes for architectural reasons. The design of the window caps, corner trim, and color choices on this home make what could have been a plain home stand out. I noticed the front steps look to be carpeted. I wonder if this was normal. It is certainly the first time I have seen it. There is also the possibility this house didn’t have indoor plumbing in 1912 (notice outhouse to left under the trees). Postcards like this help in the restoration of Victorian homes.
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