Saturday, May 17, 2008

Letter From Aunt Rose



This letter is priceless. It gives the history of several treasures that are out there among us. Who has what? Pictures please. I do have the battenburg lace tablecloth and the battenburg lace collar that Grandmother Louise made, and will get them posted.

6 comments:

Dwight said...

for some reason, I can only scroll down about halfway on each of the letter pages.
Probably doesn't matter that much, but just curious. Besides I have no treasures on earth for moths to corrupt.

Ann said...

Dwight, that is weird. Could it be a MAC thing? I can scroll through the whole thing. You never know what treasure you may have. If you want the letter just for a keepsake, I could email a copy of it to you. However, the whole thing will be in the copy of the blog. Does that suffice?

Dwight said...

yes.

Elizabeth said...

I can scroll all the way down. No explanation for Dwight's problem, is there?

Dwight said...

I have no problem. I can scroll down. I just thought I couldn't. But it gave you all something to write about to keep you busy. Meanwhile keep digging up the goodies.

bobnjudy@homemadenet.us said...

Precious letter! It clears up the ownership and maker of dear family heirlooms. Notice that Rose calls Dad, Rusty. Elsie does the same thing in her letters. I am also discovering other names that Dad went by other than Russell!