These colored photo postcards from the early 1900s highlight the importance of town markets as hubs of community activity. Lots of horses and wagons, ladies in long dresses and men in dark hats and not an automobile in sight.
Postmarked October 6, 1910, Reads: “Dear Cousin, I have not received any letters from you, nor from Oscar. Hope you will write to the above address and by the time I return here, there will be many letters. Kind Love, Edgar”
No postmark, but likely around 1910; No note
Postmarked September 8, 1909; No note