The Mayview

Postcard, dated August 21, 1961:

Dear Peggy,

How has your summer been? I have thought of you often. Here's where I am working as a waitress and often serve outside in my pink uniform. My summer has been filled with experiences. The mountains are gorgeous, and the sunsets almost indescribable. Have to be in school on the 4th. Ugh. Time flies! Give my love to your family.


Found in "The Waste Land" by T.S. Eliot. Published by Harvest Books, 1958.

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1 comment:

  1. Gosh I remember those old 3 cent stamps from the early 1960's. I just discovered your blog and it's good fun.
    I bought a book last week and opened it up and a whole bunch of feathers fell out. I wondered if it was someone's pet budgie and the feathers were put into this old Penguin book. Unusual.