We've concluded that most of Nancy's missing relatives were hiding under the porch when the census taker came in 1920 and 1930. You can try your hand at that challenge this weekend, or take a stab at this one.
A Christmas card mailed in 1914 was delivered recently in Kansas.
Little is known about the post card, which features a color drawing of Santa Claus and a young girl and is still in excellent condition.
The card was addressed to Ethel Martin of Oberlin, who is deceased. The post office, however, wanted to get the card to a relative, he said.Who might her cousins in Nebraska have been?
That's how the relic ended up in the home of Bernice Martin, Ethel's sister-in-law. She said she believed the post card, which was from Ethel's cousins in Alma, Neb., had been found somewhere in Illinois. [Link]