Texas History Postcard Database Project

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Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Glossy color postcard depicting a barking dog, below which is written,"Hearty Christmas and New Year Greetings" Holly berries decorate two of the corners of the card. Correspondence on the back reads, "Jack I wish you a happie Xmas. Also a long life. You are only a little white dog but always treat other dogs white and you will stay while all respects that's all [ ]" It is addressed to Jack Dill, Paris, Tex.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard with an image of a child standing on a chair to talk on the telephone. Above the image is the text, "Hello Central, Give Me Papa" and handwritten is "Hello Daddy." The postcard is addressed to Mrs. Rosa L. Dill, Paris, Tex.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:1906~
Color postcard with an image of a young girl on the telephone while standing on a chair close to a desk. Below the image is the text, 'Hello, Mama!" Handwritten is, "Why don't you say 'Hello Aunt Rosa,' cause she's the one who wants to hear and see you."




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard picturing Henderson Street in Fort Worth, Texas. The street is lined with trees. On the back the correspondence reads, "helo baby are you Glad that dady is all most Ready to come back home and have some tea party with you dad will be home Satday or Sunday. be good Baby Your Dady." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, Okla City, 417 High St.,Okla. It is postmarked Decatur, Tex on Feb 3, 1909.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard, part of the "Troilene" Indian series. Pictured on the card is an Indian Chief wearing his native costume including a full headdress of feathers. Printed on the card are the words, "High Pipe Sioux Chief" Inscribed on the card is,"From Dorothy Hunt." There is no other correspondence on the card.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard with views of Hot Springs, Arkansas. One view shows Government Lake on Whittington Avenue and the other Central Avenue. A U.S. emblem with an eagle is on the card. On the back is a picture of the entrance to the U.S. Reservation Hot Springs, Ark. Under the picture is written, "Crystal Grotto, Hot Springs, Ark. Reservation Exhibit, U.S. Government Building, World's Fair, St. Louis". There is no correspondence on the card.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard picturing the Promenade along the Government Reservation in Hot Springs, Arkansas on the front. Pedestrians walk near a park with the Garland County court house in the background. On the back is a black and white picture of the Crystal Grotto, Hot Springs, Ark. Reservation Exhibit, U. S. Government Building, World's Fair, St, Louis.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Monochromatic postcard depicting the Hotel Threadgill in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a four-story building made of brick with striped awnings. Handwritten on the front of the postcard, "My Dear Pap- Rose got here all O.K. at 8.15 last night. her was awful glad to see her 'Anto' & seems to think that there might to be someone else with her. I am sick over Bru not being able to stay longer. but half loaf is better than none. her is well & hope she will stay that way. lots of love to you all - Lovingly Alice." It is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 527 S. Mill St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Aug 23, 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:1907~
Color postcard with an image of a baby crying. Above the image is the text, "A Howling Success" and handwritten is, "Miss Rosa Louise You are a success allright, but not the sort in this picture. A.S. Roberts. (what do you want baby?) Look out for the bug. Jess." The postcard is addressed to Miss Dill, 206 E Fifth St., Oklahoma City. It is postmarked on Aug 8, 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting a girl in a yellow dress and black boots laying across a desk talking into a telephone that hangs on the wall. Written on the card, "Are You There? Happy Thought, If you Wish to be Loved be Loveable." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 417 High St., Oklahoma City.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Postcard with an image of the Illinois steamboat in Quincy, Illinois. Handwritten on the front of the postcard is, "7-23-07 From Dorothy Katherine Erler." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 206 E. 5th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Quincy, Ill on Jul 28, 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Postcard with a picture of two people in hats standing in the buffalo clover fields of Texas. They stand in a meadow of flowers with trees around it. The correspondence reads," Dear "Bo", Dillie and Rosa Louise are here and I am nearer happy than I have been for a long time." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Bassano, Paris, Texas. It is postmarked Waco, Texas on Jul 19, 1908.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard with picture of a four-story building with red and white striped awnings and classical architectural elements. Printed text reads,"India Temple, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma." Correspondence on the card reads, "Dear Papa-her is some better this morning but was real sick all yesterday and last night. The Dr. says that it's nothing alarming but it will be a day or two. her talk about her poppa and auntie all day and last night. Alice" On the front is written"her has malarial and the Dr. says her will not be much sick so don't worry. I'll let you know every day." Sent to Mr.A. Bassano in Paris, Texas. Postmarked Oct 15, 1907 in Oklahoma City.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting a large group home for widows and orphans in Corsicana, Texas. Children are riding a pony on the front lawn. Correspondence on the back reads, "Am sending the baby's shirts through the Pacific Express Co. and hope they will be satisfactory. Wish you were here to go to the circus tomorrow then another one the 15th. We are looking for grandma in next week to stay a week with us. We all send love to you and family. Anna K. Slaughter" It is addressed to Mrs. E.A. Dill, 206 E. 5th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Corsicana, Tex on Oct 14, 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:1907~
Color postcard with an image of three baby chicks and white flowers. Above the image is the text, "A Joyful Easter." Handwritten on the bottom right hand corner are the initials, "M.L.H." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 206 E. 5th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Waco, Tex on Mar 28 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard with an image of a young boy holding a hen. He is surrounded by flowers.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Embossed color postcard depicting two little yellow chicks standing on eggs holding goblets and four-leaf clovers. One egg is pink and one is covered in daisies. "A Joyful Easter" is written above them. Correspondence on the back reads, "To my girlie from Aunt Mamie, April 7, 1909."




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard with an image of two young children fishing in a creek. Below the image is the text, "Just a line or two" and handwritten is, "from your Mud." The correspondence on the back reads, "My Precious I hope you will always be as happy as you are now. is the wish of your mother. Sept 20th/07."




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Monochromatic postcard with the words, "Kind Regards" written across it. The word "Kind" is made up of flowers and the word "Regards" is filled with pictures of women's faces. Handwritten on the front, "Boyce 11/5/07, Saw daddy at Rosser this am but he wouldn't see me at all. Can't imagine what he had to tell me. Frank." correspondence on the back reads, "Sure tried to make "Daddy" see me this a.m. but I couldn't. Sister C- sends much love to both of you & H- will write soon. Frank." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Bassano, So. Mill St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Texas on Nov. 6, 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color photo postcard of the Ladies' Dormitory at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. There is a small swing on the grounds and many trees. Correspondence on the back reads, "Dear Dillie, [ ] is sick again. Lyle is just able to sit up a little has been in bed two weeks. Lost her baby between 6 & 7 months. It was a little girl weighting 4 lbs. It was such a disappointment to us both and she grieves so much. I am trying so hard to think it all for the best. Will write you later. M.L.H." It is addressed to Mrs. E.A. Dill, 417 High St. Oklahoma, Okla. It is postmarked Waco, Tex. on Mar 6, 1909.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting a row of houses along Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, Illinois. Tree-lined sidewalks run in front of the houses. The correspondence on the back reads,"Hello Auntie's Baby- Are you Auntie's baby? Well guess you got my card from Michigan City and will be glad to know I got back to Chi. safe. Came near being sick and 9/10 of the crowd were and it made you sick to see them. Auntie". It is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise dill, P.O. Box 838, Oklahoma City, Okla. it is postmarked Chicago Aug 24, 1908.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting a large home near a pond and some trees. The colors in the illustration suggest it is during sunset. Correspondence on the back reads,"Dear Dillie, Lyle is up and improving slowly. If she don't get a backset she will soon be well again. I will write you soon, write me when you can. Love from us both to you all. Loving you [ ] M.L.H." It is addressed to Mrs. E. A. Dill, Oklahoma City, Okla. Box 838. It is postmarked Waco, Texas in Oct. 3, 1908.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:1907~
Color postcard with an image of an outdoor scene that takes place during the fall season. The correspondence reads, "How is Mrs. Erloo's little girl getting along? Your "Baboo" is getting big and fleshy and can play with you on his return home. M.E." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, #206-E 5th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Quincy, Ill. on Aug 30, 1907.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting a railroad track running next to a river through a valley in Eureka Bluff, Arkansas. Autumn trees line the far bank of the river. The postcard is signed J.N. Bailey and is addressed to Miss Rosa Basano, Paris, Tex., c/o Audr ofs P&G RR Co. It is postmarked Eureka Springs, Ark. on July 26.




Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes
Date:unknown
Color postcard depicting the Lee Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a five-story red brick building with striped awnings on some of the windows. There are carts and pedestrians in the streets near the building. A sign on the street level reads, "Democratic Headquarters." Handwritten on the front is the date, "July 8th/07" Correspondence on the back reads, "Dear folks - we arrived all O.K. & all feel pretty good today. hope Jack is improving, had as very pleasant trip, will write tomorrow. do you all miss us Lovingly, Alice & her." It is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 527 S. Mill St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla on Jul 9, 1907.




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