[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] An old postcard

Paul Rakow paul.rakow at cantab.net
Sun Nov 16 10:58:22 PST 2014


     One clue must be the stamp in the top right corner,

 L. Grande

 Does Danfield or Banfield mean anything to you?

  The text is in German, but I can not read all of it,


 Liebe Kousine!
 Hier schicke ich dir
 ein Bild von
 ---. Wie fin-
 dest Du --- ---
 ich bin nicht
 ----  aus -----

 Voriges Jahr so bin
 ich nach

 recht herzlichen ...


 Even if I got all the words right (some are guesses)
 it doesn't tell us much, except that it's written to a
 female cousin.


  Dear Cousin,

  Here I send you a picture of ...

 What do you think
 (or how are you)

   I am not ...

  Last year I went to ...

  Right heart-felt ..


   Can anyone fill in a bit more?
   There probably is some sort of signature towards the
 end, right where the shadow is deepest.

      Paul Rakow

Mauricio Norenberg mauricio.norenberg at gmail.com wrote:
[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] An old postcard

>Hello list.
>In a trip to Brazil, I found an old postcard that definitely came from
>either US or Canada. It is on a bad state and I'm trying to digitally
>recover it, but I wonder if anyone can understand some of this?
>I am trying to find who sent this and from where.
>Any help much appreciated.

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