|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Postcard with inscription. The fifth of a six-part message. Image of a woman grasping a portrait of her lover.
Caption on Front: When You Come Home.
When you come home, dear, all will be fair, Home is not home if you are not there; You in my heart, dear, you at my side, When you come home at even-tide.
Inscription on Back, Transcribed: I am just as lonely honey, and want you just as bad as the girlies in these cards and am thinking of you all the time, my sweetheart.
For we can not get along without them. As this is Saturday night but am not going to town, as I went this afternoon, and my little feetsies is all tired out honey, and I know if you were here now honey to rock me to sleep you would not have to rock very long for I am sleepy honey. Mother is working tonight and tomorrow night also, so I
World War I
Relations between the sexes