Postcard, dated September 1912:
Miss Ethelwyn Doolittle420 W 118th StNew York N.Y.Welcome back to New York, the incomparable!
Found in "Jersey Street and Jersey Lane" by H.C. Bunner. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896.
What a cool old post card. You have the best job.
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this blog is interesting. :) I use used call cards as bookmarks. :) congrats on Blog of Note.
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Isn't Ethelwyn Doolittle the best name??! When I write my novel, she's definitely appearing in it. It'll start by revealing the mystery behind her absence from New York that had all society buzzing with gossip, and young men (and a certain older tycoon) in mourning...
I did a little poking around, and Ethelyn Doolittle was a schoolteacher in NYC who eventually had a scholarship named after her. Her father was also friends with a man named Huntington, who is the namesake of our local library.
schoolteacher by day, undercover detective (who sometimes got too far under) by night... that tree on the left in the postcard? that's where the evidence that could have brought down people in very high places was buried...
Oh my gosh that postcard is so amazingly old! I'm so jealous of your job right now! Absolutely love the blog & I'm going to be following you :)
I just found your wonderful blog and love the concept!! This is absolutely wonderful and that you found some information about Ethelyn Doolittle makes it even more interesting!
that's just awesome. I love finding old things.
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