May 27, 1912
N.I.S.N.S. student Edna May Fitzgerald sent a postcard to her mother in Bozemon, Montana. She briefly informs her mother of a received letter and money order as well as what she was doing that day. Although the correspondence is short and a bit terse, the simple card was a way for Edna to quickly communicate home.
Dear Mamma, Rec’d your letter and the money-order today, O.K. Have just come home from school and am going to take my laundry now to the woman. Only had this card. Bye-bye Edna
Postcard Collection, RC 199, Box 1