[sent from Bungay 1912] Bungay PEI Oct 13 1912 Dear Brother I received your card last evening, and was pleased to hear from you. This is sunday and a lovely fine day, Everett has just gone to preaching. We are getting along fine, but I will be glad to see you coming back again, and I would guess that not very long Bye. Bye Write soon from Flori?? [parts of last line missing] Mr. John A. Ling Carberry Box 120 Manitoba
[sent from Summerside SP 30 1907] S.Side PEI Sept 28/07 Dear Annie I got home this morning with Manse? and Jenne?. I came into the office tonight They will be after you whenever they can. They are busy yet. It is awful writing in there. We walked in to the city tonight Good bye. Georgie Miss Annie Matheson Malpeque P.E.Isle c/o Mr. Alex Green
[sent from Charlottetown] Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Hi kids arrived by ferry (14 miles across Northumberland Straits) + were “piped” in by a Scotsman in kilts playing bagpipes. Find P.E.I. a flat farming country so different from Cape Breton’s rugged mountainous terrain, with many inlets from sea. Had fog + rain most of time in Cape Breton which is typical most of time or kinda frustrating but can’t do anything about it. She’s? P.E.I. has a quiet beauty Love, Mother + Dad | Mr + Mrs. Gerry Foster 3600 Crede Drive Charleston West Virginia 25302 U.S.A.
[sent from Charlottetown AUG 7 at 1030AM] Dear Cousin No doubt you heard from Aunt Mary I had been sick. we are at Mr. J? Sisters had exremely hot weather since we came ? nights. How are you & cousins Altana & Husband. Mr. D. out with the men. They are busy haying. Mother wrote me she thought she & Gil would go see Aunt Mary the 10th. Love from Hester & self to you and family. Loving Cousin J. Darrach Aug 6 1909 New Argyle P.E.I. This church 3 miles from here. We were past it Thursday. 7 years ago today my father died. S.F.D. | Mrs. B. P Langworthy Ashaway, R.I. U.S.