Post cards (5) 1891-1892
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(1) Post card to Miss J. Bradt, Jordan, Ont. from her sister (K. or R.?), postmarked 18 April 1891. Her sister writes “…while Jimmie(?) was at work in the shop he got badly burnt in the face…I hardly know what to do for him. I suppose you will not get this until Monday and the roads are so bad. He says it is not as painful as it was”. (2) Post card to Peter Bradt, Pelham Union from C.S. Petty, dated at Jordan, 14 September 1891. Petty writes “…we would like to have those window lights & sash that you were going to get—we are anxious to have them put in as soon as possible”. (3) Post card to Peter Bradt, Pelham Union, from James J. Bradt, postmarked Beamsville, 18 April 1892. James writes “…you have a number of old machines that I suppose you will not use, they would come good to me for old iron at present. Please let me know about them, could you bring them up…” (4) Post card to P.H.L. Bradt, Pelham Union from Cole H. Hill, dated at Woodstock, 4 July 1892. The note inquires about Bradt’s availability for a visit that week. (5) Post card to P.H.L. Bradt, Jordan, Ont. from S.K. Moyer, dated at Toronto, 21 September 1892, re: an order of fruit.