lines and postcards

In an attempt to  stay motivated, keep moving, and fight summer boredom, I have begun to draw more. Here are two of my recent doodles.

As for Postcards, I found a bunch of great ones while visiting Marblehead, MA this past month. I was meaning to send them, but I just couldn’t let them go. I’m thinking of starting a collection (like I have space to collect more crap)

This one below was actually sent with a message from the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the Insane. The message on the back I couldn’t fully read so let me know what you think it says. Its weird that I own this postcard knowing it was meant for someone else.

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2 Responses to “lines and postcards”

  1. Landon Says:

    you amaze me

  2. Jeremy Says:

    Looks like:
    Jan 2 1912
    Mr. Grist
    Would you like to come out here and talk about building a house for me.
    Let me know over the phone whether you will come.
    Yours
    Guilford Penrod

    He was a farmer living in Pleasant Township of Wabash County Indiana around that time. He was born in 1855 and died in 1933.

    Looks like it was sent to an Ed Grist, who was a carpenter living in North Manchester, Indiana.

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