Presbyterian Church, Ellsworth, Wisconsin

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US ARC PH 2019.003.010

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Presbyterian Church, Ellsworth, Wisconsin


  • [ca. 1913] (creation)


1 photograph : print, sepia toned ; 14 x 9 cm (postcard format)

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Real-photo postcard with image of the Presbyterian Church building in Ellsworth, Pierce County, Wisconsin. The building has a steeple with belfry and spire; stained glass windows; and Victorian Gingerbread trim on the portico, with fretwork spandrels around the belfry. Date from postmark: Mar 4 1913; mailed from Bay City Wis; green 1¢ Washington stamp. Message: Addressed to Miss Ruth Nelson, 681 Jenks St., St. Paul, Minn. "Mon 3/13. Dear Ruth, I must not forget to send you a card as I promised to do. Well I'm busy house keeping now and getting along fine. How are you gettin along, good I hope. I wish you was down here for a few days, we certainly would have a jolly time. How is every thing at the factory you and Beatrices[?] Write me a long letter and tell me all the news. With love from Mrs. Wm. Anderson, Bay City Wisconsin R 1. Bay City, Wis, Route 1."

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This item is made available by the University Archives & Area Research Center, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, for personal, educational, and research purposes in accordance with the Fair Use provisions of Copyright Act of 1976. Other uses may require permission from the copyright owner.

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Cataloged by kdo, 04/16/2019

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Purchased April 8, 2019, on eBay from The Postcard Vault, Stevens Point WI.

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Postcard Shoebox 3

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[United States] : [Publisher not identified], [ca. 1913]

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