|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Postcard with inscription. The third of a six-part message. Image of woman imagining herself reunited with her lover, a soldier.
Caption on Front: Though Years Go Rolling By Sometimes I think dear heart, my love is all in vain, But when I hear thy voice so dear, the world is fair again; When I look in thine eyes, deep down within thy soul I see a love so pure, so rare, and that love is my goal.
Inscription on Back, Transcribed: honey the dirty devil how I wish someone would get a hold of him in a hurry to so I could have the one I love with me forever again, but I wish the play I seen was true for the Kaiser got killed, and how I wish that was true, but never mind and don't think it will be so awful much longer, and there will be no
World War I
Relations between the sexes