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Postcard postmarked 1909 - Stock Image

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A postcard sent in 1909--the days of the penny postcard--from Elgin Oklahoma to Randlett Oklahoma. The message reads "Well hello Luther What's the matter I never thought you would let my picture scare you out that way if I would of known it would of scaret you I never would of sent it. ha ha well what have you been doing these long days. we had a big frost here the other night. where is Joe I aint heard from him for a month. Best wishes Ricky". The addressee was at the time farming land claimed under the 1862 Homestead Act, under which farmers were given the right to 160 acres of federal land. Oklahoma was then a brand new state, having been granted statehood less than two years before the date of this postcard. Randlett lay in what was previously Oklahoma Territory. (See also my postcard image postmarked Indian Territory, and another mis-stamped Dec 39.)

See my other antique postcards and documents:istockphoto_1757036_postcard_postmarked_december_39
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