Was I away? Anyway, yes most are digitized, not indexed and are scattered all over my pc, a bad habit of mine. I have some left to scan, the most recent came in a book when I acquired the death photo of Jesse Woodson James, by Rudolph Uhlman.
It is printed: 42981-Published by M.S. Porter, Holden, MO.
This postcard is Jesse's original tombstone, the one which stood in the James' front yard. This particular postcard is interesting, as it was ready to be sent, but was not. It stems from Colorado, but no signature, and begins: Dear friend, June 2, 1918.
I agree, these postcards have much more to tell.
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