Friday, May 25, 2012

Letters to Tacy Ullom from Hannah Warner

Envelope =
From = H. Warner
830 No. LaSalle St.
Postmark: Chicago, IL.
Chicago Ave. Station
Dec. 18, 1929, 5:30 pm
1 (2 cent) stamp
To = Mrs. Tacy Ullom
Elkhart, Kansas
Dec 18-'29
Dear Tacy, So sorry to hear Laura had the small-pox and you had to be vaccinated. Hope she did not have it very hard and that she is getting along all right.
Am sending a check for $3.00 to you use wherever you most need it.
Ronald wrote me about Laura. Hope this doesn't put her back in her studies at school.
It turned cold last night and we are in a snow blizzard now. We are promised zero weather soon.
Mildred had a baby girl born to her and Clarence Dec. 10th. Both Mildred and baby are doing well.
Love to all, Hannah
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Postcards from Hannah to Mrs. A. Ullom.
. . . no. Sawyer Ave.
Jan 26, 1930
1 cent stamp
Chicago, IL.
Dear Folks,
On other side you can see where my room is. I am leaving tomorrow on the auto trip with the Coons. Expect to spend tomorrow night at Linna's if all goes well. Will write you from time to time. Write me at Ollie's and she will forward the mail to me. Lovingly, Hannah
Cave City, Kentucky, 1/29/1930
Stayed at Linna's on Monday night. Here last night. We go to see Mammoth Cave today then on to Nashville, Tennessee. Hannah
Nashville, Tenn. 1/29/30

Saw Mammoth Cave this morning, then drove here afterward. It stays very cold yet. Much below freezing. We may see snow again tomorrow.
Miami, Fla. 2/5/30
Have had a lovely trip down here. Spent nine days on the way. It was pretty cool until we got almost here. Went in bathing in the ocean today. Miami is a beautiful city. When you write, forward the mail to Ollie and she will send it on to me. I received the box today that Frank sent me to Indianapolis. Linna forwarded it on to me. I won't be here long. We return by way of West Coast of Fla. Hannah.
St. Petersburg, Fla. 2/12/30
Saw the Singing Tower and heard the Carillion bells yesterday. Both are wonderful. We leave here Monday for other parts. Address me % J.H.Nixon, 5512 No. Sawyer Ave. and mail will be forwarded. Hannah.
St. Petersburg, Fla. 2/15/30
We have had some lovely trips around here. To cross this long bridge built across the Bay is quite an experience. We had an aeroplane ride of nearly 80 miles one day. It was a thrilling experience. Every day is summer here. We leave Monday for another place. Hannah

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Letters to Aunt Tacy Ullom

Coffeyville, Kansas, Dec. 29

Dear aunt tacy,

I thought I would drop you a few lines to let you know we are all well. Hope this leaves you all well. We all was all sorry when we heared that Rolans baby died what seemed was the matter with the little baby. did you reived the card. We recived your cards. I got a lot of presents as alowing I got these. a box of staniory, two boxes of candy a lots of Hanchiefs some cards. 2. pair of stocking bottle of prefume some goods to make me a dress and a lots of other thing. Hope you folks got lot of nice things Why don't you ever write aunt nellie uncle levett and Delma stayed four days and they wasn't . . .

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Postmark: Coffeyville, KS.
December 1, 1929,
1:30 pm, 2 (1 cent) stamps
Return in 10 days
From: Donzella Clark
1512 So Walnut,
Coffeyville, Kansas

To: Mrs. A. Ullom, Elkhart, Kansas
Dear Aunt Tacy & all,

Mamma wants to know why don't you write to us once & awhile mamma never did hear from Laura after wrote card about you being bad off with that rupture of yours so I thought I write and see how you was I am in a hurry for I have to help with supper daddy is working every day we are all just fine are you folks all right & the rest to tell Hello for me tell Laura Hello is she going to school this year I am in the 7B this year like it Just fine lone walk though but going to get my education uncle Sid will be home Thursday. it is snowing here is it their we have rabbits write to us soon please excuse writing tell all Hello from us

your neice Donzella Clark

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Farewell for Mrs. A. ULLOM


Neighbors and Friends Spend Evening at West Side Home-Family to Move to Oklahoma.

A party of neighbors and friends called Tueday evening at the home of Mrs. Alfred Ullom of South . . .Street, and spent a most enjoyable evening. The affair was in the nature of a farewell, since Mrs. Ullom and family leave next Monday for Postal, Okla. Mr. Ullom and son have been there since spring and like the country very much. They are engaged in farming, and as there are several families from this city and vicinity located not far distant, the Ulloms feel it will be quite a little colony "from home".

Mrs. Ullom was showered with dishes by her friends, as a reminder of Streator neighbors, and fruit was served. The evening was devoted to "visiting," . . . pleasant . . . take . . .