Texas History Postcard Database Project

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McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of a woman's face imposed on a scene of a three legged mule pulling a wooden cart. On the edge, "Lucile Price," is written.




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:November 28, 1911
Postcard of an older woman in riding attire sitting down with a horse on her left, a Boston Terrier on her right, and a riding crop in her right hand. The words "Three Winners" are typed at the side, and a newspaper clipping is pasted below, which reads, "Puck. The Girl - No, I don't fall in love with every Tom, Dick and Harry I meet. The Man - That's right. My name is Jack!" The initials "H. H." and date "11-28-11" are written on the edge. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:August 1, 1901
Postcard of a woman in a light pastel blue and pink robe with a purple sash around her waist, and flowers in and near her hair in a vase. On the back, a letter reads, "Dear Mamie I am now in Naucogdoches wishing Mamie will be here about two weeks. I heard from Elaire did you? I wrote + told her about Willard + Ruth don't you know she will be man. Jassie." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin 1141 Third Ave Huntington, W. Va."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:September 13, 1910
Postcard of a brown haired woman wearing a brown and cream colored dress looking inside an open locket. The scene is described as "The Old Miniature." The letter on the back of the postcard reads, "Do I know you? I think I should, judging from the number of times Jim has spoken to me of you. We spent yesterday in Calrent - am very sorry I could not make Beaumont a short visit this summer. Clem." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mammie McFaddin, 1906 McFaddin Ave. Beaumont, Texas."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of a woman picking red fruits from a date tree to place in a wicker basket held in her hand. The back of the postcard adds, "Picking Dates Hundreds of thousands of pounds of this delicious fruit are processed and shipped every year from these desert date gardens." The card is addressed to Mrs. Char M. Matts 1438 [stricken through] Dabray.




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of an African American woman sitting on a wooden card being pulled by a brown and white ox in front of a green house and wood plank fence. Below the picture, "Rapid Transit" is typed in blue ink.




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of a woman of Hawaiian heritage sipping a white beverage while wearing a red and white dress, a red flower behind her ear, standing next to a basket of fruit placed on a bar.




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:December 22, 1909
Postcard of a woman wearing a green dress standing near a window with a mistletoe pattern on the pane and "A Merry Christmas" written on the glass. The letter on the back reads, "With great wishes for a lovely X-mas from Phoebe." The postcard is addressed to "Miss M. McFaddin 1114 3rd Avenue Huntington West Va."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:July 8, 1910
Postcard of a sketch of a woman wearing a large hat. The note written on the front of the postcard reads, "She's awful - isn't she?!! Write to me sometime - Nelleen. This time two months ago where were you? It's two a.m. now. I was about leaving no. 47!!" The back continues with "Hello Mamie - don't let Lee go back on me - Mildred has but I'm loving Lee now! Sure wish I could see you all - so make Lee be good!" The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Beaumont, Tex."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:October 15, 1911
Postcard of a sketch of a woman wearing a sailor shirt with anchors embroidered on the collar. On the back, the letter reads, "The mystery is still unsolved. "Who is Jack" H. H. 10-12-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:May 11, 1912
Postcard of a woman holding a large axe over her shoulder with the words, "If you don't soon come to Texarkana I'll come after you with an axe." The letter on the back of the postcard is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Gunston Hall Washington D. C."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:July 18, 1907
Postcard of a woman with her hair pinned up, eyes closed and lips parted. The picture is called "Curiosity." The letter on the postcard reads, "Wednesday, will write some Vivinnie is calling me now. We hare having more parties - Jassie." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin 1141 3rd Ave Huntington, W. Va."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:December 2, 1911
Postcard of a woman with a large feather in her hat under the buckle, with the words "This is Scoot do you know her" written below. A newspaper clipping that reads "A Reasonable Plea" is pasted on the back of the postcard, with the words "is who can "J" be. H. H. 12-2-11" written below. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:November 29, 1911
Postcard of a woman with curled hair and a flower tucked behind her ear with a kitten sitting on her shoulder. On the picture, a message is typed that reads, "For every boy that's lonely there's a girl who's lonesome too." The message continues in handwriting with "I wish you were going to be here tonight for the club dance," on the front and "Saw Jack out to Sig's last night; sure did look classy. H. H. 11-29-11" on the back. The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:July 8, 1901
Postcard of the profile of a woman with brown curled hair wearing a white dress with a lace collar. The note below the picture describes the postcard as "From Jamie." The back of the postcard addresses it to "Miss Mamie McFaddin 1141 Third Ave. Huntington, W. Va."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:December 9, 1911
Postcard of a woman with curled hair pulled under a wide brim hat. A newspaper clipping reads "The three greatest things are life, love, and gold - you notice gold runs third." Below that, a note adds "And Jack first H. H. 12-9-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:December 1, 1911
Postcard of a woman wearing a sailor dress while leaning on a wooden oar on a dock. On the back, a message reads "Harvey Wallis is Queen "Fair" but I know who is King Jack the 7000 H. H. 12-1-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:January 28, 1911
Postcard of a charcoal drawing of a woman's head. On the back of the postcard, the message reads, "8 a.m. Just got your letter. Will answer tomorrow. Am just leaving town on a fishing trip. Jerry Gumm." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie L. McFaddin Washington, D. C. Gunston Hall."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:October 6, 1911
Postcard of a woman wearing her hair curled up in a bun, held by a headband, sketched at the profile with flowers attached to her dress. The back of the postcard asks a question, "Who is Jack? H. H. 10-6-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D.C. Gunston Hall."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:October 9, 1911
Postcard of a woman wearing a hat around her curly hair. A short letter is written around her figure, reading, "Sure having a grand time today. Circus Day - Pet + Ina, McCormic + Tat, Richardson + "Proc", Doggy + Irish, Chad Nelms + Giddings, Lottie + Jim and the sweetest girl alive and myself going to the circus tonight. Wish you were with us." The back of the postcard adds, "Who could Jack possibly be? H. Hutchison 10-9-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:November 24, 1913
Postcard of of five women in white dresses sitting in a white car that is covered in leaves. The letter on the back is illegible. The postcard is addressed to "Miss M. McFaddin Paso del Norte El Paso, Tex."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:October 15, 1911
Postcard of a small wooden shack built half on the water, half on the shore. On the back, the message reads, "Haven't guessed him yet. H. H. 10-15-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. Gunston Hall."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of a hill full of blooming flowers with a concrete stairway cutting through, leading to the three story yellow building with a brown roof and American flag flying from a pole. The top edge of the postcard describes the scene as "The Wrigley Residence on Mt. Ada, Avalon - Catalina Island, California."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:unknown
Postcard of a brick complex with red roofing, described as "Y. M. C. A. Building, Beaumont, Texas."




McFaddin-Ward House Museum
Date:November 10, 1911
Postcard of a four story brick building with white accents, described as "Y. M. C. A. Building, Beaumont, Texas." A picture of a watch is pasted on the back of the postcard, with the message "Me find Jack H. H. 11-10-11." The postcard is addressed to "Miss Mamie McFaddin Washington D. C. 1906 Florida Ave."




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