It was printed in Germany, in 1911.One hundred years ago.
Happy Thanksgiving to my friends in the U.S.A.
Postcard Friendship Friday is hosted by Beth at The Best Hearts Are Crunchy.
Just a little ranting P.S. on "how'd they do that". One cent all those years ago, you could send a lovely postcard, with just the name of the individual and the town/province. Today as it has been for 25 years my letter carrier (that's what they want to be called, less gender specific) who is extremely well paid, the postage is up to a lot more than one cent has delivered mail yet again, that doesn't belong to me. When I brought it to his attention he said well:" you could just walk it over" like H I've been doing his job all these years, but not today. They've just come off some strike or other, now the starting wage for a lettercarrier is $24/hr. I've put a big circle around the address and clipped it to my mailbox, if he doesn't take it, well???? Most homes don't get delivery, letters are delivered to a box and you pick them up yourself, since "I'm special" just kidding, I'm on an original route and that does not apply as yet, but soon I'm sure. I'd walk a couple of blocks for 24$ an hour.