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St. Elmo Postcards

October 19 2008 at 4:24 PM
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Jerry Probst  (Login jprobst)
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My family visited St. Elmo during the mid l940s through the mid l950s. This is a time when Annabelle and Tony Stark still lived there. In the early years, Annabelle was still running the General Store, which included a post office. We stayed at Wright's Lodge and never failed to visit St. Elmo.

I recently found two postcards that were purchased from the General Store. They are both pictures of St. Elmo in the early years, one dated 1805 and the other dated 1933. I know there was a fire in 2002 and some of the historical records were lost or damaged. My question is, would anyone have an interest in having these two cards.

If so, send me an e-mail with the name and address of where to send the cards.

Jerry Probst
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I just sent you an e-mail ...

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October 21 2008, 8:06 PM 

I would likely photograph them and display them on this site!

Also, maybe I can do some research regarding the postcards.

-Steve
www.ColoradoGuy.com

 
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