[sent from Bedeque AU] Dear Bertha I rec'eived your letter before I left S'side. Was awfully sorry you didnt get in to see me. Will write you a long letter soon. What do you think of this view? The baby is fine. We are going to call him Ralph I think. You must come up when you are able Bertha and pay us a visit. I am going out this afternoon to look for a girl. Mamm is with me yet but is going home Saturday. Lovingly, Pansy Miss Bertha Davidson Centreville Bedeque P.E.I.
[sent from Charlottetown] Dear Ida, I am going to Tignish Thursday on the train that leaves here at 3.30 would you kindly meet me at the station. I will be accompanied by the children only ? McG? Miss Ida Christopher Tignish P.E.I.
[sent from O’Leary Station, P.E.I., on SP 30, 1915, PM] Dear ? ? would you like to own one of these foxes, they are very pretty. Dan and I saw some last Sat. As ever. L.N.C. | Master Donald Dandy York Village ME U.S.A.
[sent from O’Leary Station SP 1 1933] Sept 1st 1933 Dear Alida? + all Recd your letter + card yesterday was so glad to get them. We are all well. We are busy at the ? the fire is not all but yet we had quite a serious time one night last week. Had to get men out at 2 o’clock in the morning. I will write you a big long letter Sunday Love to all + xxxxx Ca? we are ? very busy | Mrs Lewis A Pouler? 302 Riverside Ave Medford. Mass U.S.A.
[sent from Alberta, P.E.I., on Sep 8, 1930] Dear Mae Just a line. We are all well. ? is better ? ? ? every day now. having lovely weather and the crops are good here. The ? have passed ? ?. I hope you are ? as ? . hope to see you all next month. love to all ? ? | Mrs ? Campbell Hollister, Calif. U.S.A.
[sent January 12, 1907] Dear Irene, many thanks for the postals. Tell Nellie I'll write soon. I also received the lovely present you so kindly sent me. I'll always remember you for it. Wish you a Happy New Year. From Annie H. Addressed to Miss Irene Ellis, 29 Riverside St., Watertown, Mass.