Our Sepia Saturday theme image this week features a horse, a cart and a postman and dates from 1900. What better way could there be to get you to post your Sepia Saturday post? Simply choose whichever element of the theme image you want to follow, and post your old photo on or around Saturday 8th June 2019. Once you have posted it, add a link to the list below. And whilst you are waiting for your replies to arrive, take a look at the next couple of theme images.
Family History and Local History come together in this tale of horses and carts, plus a colourful account from a 19th century post runner.
Yes I have one or two letter carriers in my family history too!
Examining the 1860 U.S. Census for clues about the separation of my ggg grandparents Zebulon and Hannah (Hance) Blakelsee. (He was a rural postmaster for many years.)
Horses, carriages, letter carriers, and melodrama. Zounds!
Horses and cart and questions galore
My 2nd great grandfather was a postmaster.
A great grandfather who was a postmaster in Texas in 1881.
Another great theme that lets me put together three unrelated postcards. Non-musical for a change, but with horses and mules.
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