|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Description: Postcard with inscription. Painting of a couple inside of a flower.
Inscription on Front, Transcribed [in French]: Le baiser de notre amour.
Inscription on Back, Transcribed: Sunday, a bright and balmy summer day and all is well here. I was glad to hear from you again. Your letter dated way back Jun 6th became mine about three days ago, and was somewhat peeved that I didn't get your previous letter. We are having a wonderful time, Mill, especially since we have moved [illegible]. Otherwise all is well. I wish I could sit here and write you a big letter, but gosh! the candles cast a dangerous reflection at times so you see I'm playing "safety first". Wish you would write more often, Mill. How's things in the old town? Has the one Honorable Henry been called? No more now - hope this will find you well, I am, as before - Conrad
|Date||August 11, 1918|
|Year Range from||1918|
|Year Range to||1918|
World War I