Telephone, Tether, and Wells

This and the next post features envelopes from the 1920s and 1930s, usually addressed to C.M. Austin, my grandfather, Charles Mortimer (Mort) Austin.

I am the keeper of most of my mom’s massive amount of photos and other information from her side of the family and dad’s. I was looking at the envelopes (yes, an amazing amount of old envelopes) and I recognized a few names and thought my Halfway Brook readers might enjoy seeing these old envelopes and how much more postage is today.




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One Response to Telephone, Tether, and Wells

  1. Matt Schroedel says:

    I notice that the return address of the letter from the Washington Beach Hotel notes the telephone #: 4-F 310. I wonder how calls were placed in the 1930’s.

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