Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Cattle Round Up Post Card, Cherokee, Oklahoma, 1907

Postmarked Cherokee, Oklahoma, August 26, 1907, 7 PM

Miss Jessie Burrows
Wichita, Kan.
(1153 Univ. Ave.)

You are elected to teach grammar I guess but it will not be hard for you. Stanley


Judi said...

I love the coloring on these old postcards. Pink cowboy shirts? In 1907?

Nate Maas said...

Ha! Maybe it's an Easter roundup!

Jules said...

I'm wondering what grammar has to do with the round-up! It would be interesting to know the context of this message.

Nance said...

I'm wondering too, if the new cowboy isn't going back to honor his teaching contract so he's turning the job over to another? Or is he jilting his girl and leaving her to a life of spinsterhood and teaching school while he rides the range with his new cowboy friends? git a long little doggie . . .

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