Garden Girl Antique Postcard for free-use

I'm overdue for an antique postcard post, so here is one for your free use in collage or what-not.  If you need a better resolution, just drop me a note.

I always enjoy sharing bits of my haphazard collection. This one seems to be postmarked 1910 but the last number is stamped too lightly to tell. Addressed to Mister Robert Kase of Lewiston, Pa - the text reads:

Dear Cousin,
I am picking tomatoes, and wish you could have been here to help me. Mother is cleaning house and says she will write later. How are you all. Love to all and lots of kisses. 

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  1. aww! The thing about picking tomatoes was so unexpected, somehow. Interestingly strange photo with the very over exposed part to the left.

  2. These are really fabulous images! Thank you!

  3. What a wonderful postcard!! Thanks so much.

  4. I love old letters! I recently took a class with Lynn Parella (fabulous!)
    and she gave us a stack of old letters to look through and we were able to keep a few...I only kept one..written with a fountain pen...not sure how old

  5. These are really fabulous cards and its images are very interesting. Thanks so much.