This Full Circle began with an email .
March 15 Hello, the Ustmos were my great Aunt and Uncle. Annie was sister to my mothers mom, Minnie. I would love this photo! Thank you!! Lauri
Hi Lauri, I am happy to send you Photo #1598 Joe and Annie Ustmo. I will need your mailing address. Connie at Forgotten Old Photos
Thank you so much!
Wonder how this could have gotten to Detroit lakes... What a mystery!
Hi Lauri, I will get it ready to mail. Did you do a search to find it? I am always curious to know the process! I hope you will share something about Joe and Annie so I can share it with my readers in a Full Circle Post after you have received the postcard in the mail.
People often sent greetings to relatives far away in the "olden" days. Connie
Hi Lauri , I got the Postcard mailed today you might have it by Saturday...Monday for sure. Please let me know when it has arrived. Connie
Thank you so much. I will write the story to you after it arrives
Hi Laurie, Did the postcard arrive safely? Connie at Forgotten Old Photos
Hello! Yes it did... Thank you. I need to find a minute to write a little story about it. I haven't forgotten...:)
Joe and Ann Ustmo Photo Number 1598
I can add the info when ever it arrives. Thank you for stopping by.
Wow... 5 full circles in such a sort time! *Does snoopy dance!"ReplyDelete
I hope we hear more about the Ustmo's!
Looking forward to the story. Laurie, what the heck is taking so long for a follow up?ReplyDelete
I often wonder that myself: how do these photos end up where you find them? Yes, I know people used to send photos to their friends and relatives, but you know me...I want to know which relative sent it to whom. Some of these photos went a short distance, but some of them seem to have traveled half the continent.ReplyDelete