Friday, April 2, 2010

Did I Tell You I Love Roses? PFF!



Isn't it gorgeous? It's embossed with gold and it looks brand new! The front says it's copyrighted only 1912 by Heymann...that's the most information I've ever seen on a postcard so far. I tried to find more information on the artist and all I found was her postcards for auction or sale. Oh well, if anyone else knows anything, let me know.



The message the back is rather intriguing though. It's addresses to a Miss Ida Cuyle in Roseve, Nebraska, March, 1913. "I found the peace about the president of the United States. I can't say all of it now. I have said to the teacher. Lovely Raymond." Woodrow Wilson had just become president, so I wonder what the writer had to say about him. It may have been too much to write on such a small postcard or maybe he didn't want the whole world to read it. Whatever it was. it is a lovely postcard.

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Cheers and happy PFF!
Viviana

14 comments:

Marilyn said...

It's a postcard mystery!!
Easter Hugs....
Marilyn

Evelyn Yvonne Theriault said...

I bet Lynne at Postcardy will know something about this!
Evelyn in Montreal

Irene said...

This is lovely, aren't you sweet letting us keep the image. Or at least that's what I got out of your message. Happy PFF. View my post Here.

Christine H. said...

Wonderful detail on that card. it's simply beautiful...and an interesting message.

Beth Niquette said...

How intriguing! I love the postcard--I've never seen anythign like it.

The rose is fabulously gorgeous.

Happy PFF!

Joy said...

Roses are indeed always lovely. An intriguing message , is there homework involved.

Terry said...

Howdy
Happy PFF to you .
Oh my what a gorgeous postcard.
I love roses too :)
Thank you for playing postcard detective and sharing the information with us .
Perhaps some secrets are best left alone.
Have a beautiful Easter Weekend.
Happy Trails

Postcardy said...

Thanks for the "friendly greeting." Happy PFF!

sarala said...

Love the card and the story on the back. Happy PFF.ffer

Mary said...

I'm pretty partial to tulips, myself. Happy Easter!

Free Pretty Things For You said...

oh my its a perfect match!!!
it looks SO pretty!
im glad i could help!!
XOXO
Keren

Lyneen said...

Beautiful postcard... my local antique store just got in a lot of vintage postcards of roses. They are selling them for just $1.00!

Bob of Holland said...

You gave us a nice puzzle. Was Raymond learning English with an article about the president of the USA and that Ida was his lovely teacher? Happy PFF.

Clytie said...

It sounds like maybe he had to recite something at school, then forgot it later? Not sure, but it is intriguing. The postcard itself is exquisite.

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