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Index of Postcards 
(Numbers to the right indicate the Card Numbers)
Subject Index:  Doc1823.pdf
16th St. House:  083,
17th St. House
: 001-026, 057-061, 074, 076, 078, 081, 098, 101, 103, 109, 112-123
110-acre Farm
:  072, 073, 083, 084, 085, 088, 089, 092, 094, 099, 108, 110,
400S House:  062, 064, 066, 067, 079, 080,
Arkansas:   070,
Arizona:   052, 074, 098,
Blank Card:   124-128,
California:   056, 073, 083, 088, 089, 097,
Camp Adair, Oregon:   003-037,
Centennial House:  056,
Colorado:   112, 117, 124,
Comic Card:  001, 002, 004-015, 017, 018, 020, 021, 022, 023, 023, 024, 025, 028, 030, 031, 035-038, 043, 044, 094, 119, 125,
Correspondence:
   - Walt Robbins, Sr. to Norma Haas Robbins - 001-026,
   - Walt Robbins, Sr. to Grace Foulke Robbins - 027, 032-037
   - Walt Robbins, Sr. to Oscar C. Robbins - 028-031,
   - Walt Robbins, Sr. to Milton Robbins - 038,
   - Christopher Columbus, Ethel and Keziah Tomlinson Robbins - 039,

Crabill, Bill:   096, 104-106,
Cuba:   077,
Fairview Farm:  027 to 038,
Fields, James  PC-043
Foulke
     -  Grace Gertrude:  See Robbins, Grace Foulke
Florida:   066, 069, 079,
Gibson, Mildred & Earl:   077,
Haas
   -  August - 058, 087, 100, 103, 107, 109, 114, 122,
   -  Barbara - 059, 060, 072, 075, 090, 098, 100, 101, 107, 108, 110, 121,
   -  Mabel Worthen - 058, 087, 091-108, 110-121, 123,
   -  Marjorie - 043, 058, 061, 073, 083, 088, 089, 098, 101, 116, 118,
   -  Norma L. See Robbins, Norma
   -  Olive - 043, 054, 055, 057, 059, 060, 074, 081, 101, 110, 116, 118, 122, 123,
   -  Wilma - 057, 067, 080, 082, 084, 085, 114, 115,
Holiday Card:   039, 040, 041, 042, 046, 049, 051,
Indiana
   -  Angola:   126-128,
   -  Arcadia:   046,
   -  Cicero:   041, 046, 049,
   -  Columbia City:   057, 059, 122, 123,
   -  Daleville:   063, 068-070, 075, 086, 090, 095, 102, 104-106,
   -  Eaton:   065, 082, 093, 097,
   -  Elizaville:   050,
   -  Fishers:   042,
   -  Hartford City:   129,
   -  Indianapolis:   051,
   -  Millersburg:   048,
   -  Muncie:   001-026, 043, 055-061, 074, 076-078, 081, 083-085, 088, 089, 091, 092, 094, 096, 098-101, 103, 107, 108-123, 129,
   -  Noblesville:   041, 042, 044, 047, 049-051,
   -  New Castle:   040, 048,
   -  Portland:   002,
   -  Redkey:   001, 027-038, 052,
   -  Warsaw:   103,
   -  Westfield:   053,
   -  Yorktown:   062, 064, 066, 067, 079, 080,
Illinois:   081, 085,
Iowa:   091,
Jarrell:
   - 
Bill:   070,
   -  Mary & Paul:   070,
Kansas:   113,
Kentucky:   065, 075, 090, 092, 102, 108,
Lake George:  126, 127, 128,
Lucas
   -  Living, ID0452:  114,
   -  John Edward:  080, 082, 114, 115,
Maryland:   072, 078,
Michigan:   087, 095, 096, 100, 104-107, 111, 114, 120,
Mississippi:  067, 071,
Mitchell, Dorothy:  076,
Mitwer. Earl:  119, 120,
Morris, Mona & Jim:  129,
Most, Walt:   056, 081, 110,
Musick, Shirley:  086,
New York:   054, 060, 061, 098, 101, 116, 118,
Niagara Falls:  061, 098,
North Carolina:   115,
North of Daleville House:  063, 068, 070, 075, 086, 090, 095, 102, 104, 105, 106,
North of Eaton Farm:  056, 065, 082, 093, 097,
Oregon:  003-009, 011-038,
Pennsylvania: 058, 094, 110,
Picture Postcard:   003, 016, 026, 027, 029, 032-034, 045, 048, 050, 052, 054-093, 095-099, 101-124, 126-128,
Robbins,
   - 
Christopher Columbus:  039, 048,
   -  Esther:  065,
   -  Grace Foulke:   027, 32-37, 042, 045-047, 050-052,
   -  Isaac:  041,
   -  Keziah Tomlinson:  039, 053,
   -  Lizzie:   048,
   -  Living, ID0004:  079,
   -  Living, ID0013:  062, 064, 068,
   -  Milton:  038,
   -  Myron, Sr.:   039, 040,
   -  Oscar:  028-031, 044, 045, 048, 049, 052,
   -  Phil:   068,
   -  Norma Haas:   001-020, 022-026, 043, 052, 055, 057, 058, 059, 061-103, 106, 107, 109-113, 117, 121-123,
   -  Walt, Jr.:   068, 086,
   -  Walt, Sr.: - 001-038, 062, 063, 064, 065, 067-069, 070, 073, 075, 079, 082, 085, 086, 088, 089, 095, 112, 117,
RPO Postmark: 053,
Stoney Haven Motel:  069,
Tennessee:   082, 099,
Texas:   063, 076, 080,
Throp, Cliff:  119, 121,
Tomlinson, Ambrose J., ID0947:   053,
USPS Postal Card:  129,
Washington, D.C.:  055, 078, 086,
West Virginia:   109,
Wilson Food Market:  071, 087, 100, 107, 111,
Wisconsin:   068, 119, 121,
Worthen, Mabel M.:   See Haas, Mabel
Worthen, Marguerite:   129,
Wyoming:   084, 093,
1910 - 044,
   -  21 Jan 1910 - 053,
   -  5 Feb 1910 - 046,
   -  29 Mar 1910 - 049,
   -  9 Sept 1910 - 041,
   -  14 Nov 1910 - 050,
   -  23 Dec 1910 - 051,
1911:  047,
1914:  26 Dec 1914 - 042,
1920
   -  5 Nov 1920 - 048,
   -  22 Dec 1920 - 039
1926:  16 Jan 1926 - 109,
1936:  4 to 7 Sept 1936  - 126, 127, 128,
1937:  1 July 1937 - 057, 059, 122, 123,
1938
   -  27 Feb 1938 - 077,
   -  25 May 1938 - 055,
1939:  5 Sept 1939 - 043,
1941
   -  1 July 1941 - 071,
   -  25 Aug 1941 - 107,
   -  26 Aug 1941 - 087,
   -  27 Aug 1941 - 111,
   -  28 Aug 1941 - 100,
1942
   -  4 Sept 1942 - 103,
   -  25 Sept 1942 - 001,
   -  23 Oct 1942 - 002,
   -  10 Dec 1942 - 003, 033,
   -  14 Dec 1942 - 027,
   -  22 Dec 1942 - 029,
1943
   -  3 Jan 1943 - 028,
   -  5 Jan 1943 - 004
   -  8 Jan 1943 - 026
   -  11 Jan 1943 - 030
   -  13 Jan 1943 - 031,
   -  27 Jan 1943 - 005, 006, 034,
   -  28 Jan 1943 - 035,
   -  30 Jan 1943 - 007,
   -  1 Feb 1943 - 008,
   -  2 Feb 1943 - 009,
   -  14 Feb 1943 - 010,
   -  17 Feb 1943 - 011,
   -  22 Feb 1943 - 012,
   -  23 Feb 1943 - 013,
   -  25 Feb 1943 - 014
   -  1 Mar 1943 - 036,
   -  9 Mar 1943 - 015,
   -  24 Mar 1943 - 017,
   -  5 Apr 1943 - 018,
   -  6 Apr 1943 - 078,
   -  8 Apr 1943 - 114,
   -  14 Apr 1943 - 019
   -  16 Apr 1943 - 037,
   -  12 May 1943 - 016,
   -  No Date (Bef 29 May 1943) -  023, 024, 025,
         (Walt and Norma were married 29 May 1943)
   -  31 May 1943 - 076,
   -  4 June 1943 - 020, 032,
   -  11 June 1943 - 021,
   -  12 June 1943 - 022,
   -   5 July 1943 - 058,
   -  19 Sep 1943 - 038,
   -  23 Oct 1943 -116,
   -  2 Nov 1943 - 118,
   -  9 Nov 1943 - 060,
   -  21 Nov 1943 - 101,
   -  17 Dec 1943 - 074,
1944:
   -  6 Jan 1944 - 119,
   -  8 Jan 1944 - 121,
   -  10 Jan 1944 - 061,
   -  27 Jan 1944 - 113,
   -  3 Feb 1944 - 052,
   -  7 Feb 1944 - 098,
   -  21 Feb 1944 - 120,
   -  9 May 1944 - 117,
   -  3 June 1944 - 112,
1947
   -  23 Jan 1947 - 081,
   -  1 Mar 1947 - 083,
   -  9 July 1947 - 115,
1948:
   - 13 July 1948 - 091,
   -  22 July 1948 - 056
1949:  21 June 1949 - 082,
1950
   -  21 June 1950 - 097,
   -  14 July 1950 - 093,
   -  31 July 1950 - 065,
1953:  5 May 1953 - 110,
1954:  
   -  9 Feb 1954 - 094,
   -  25 Feb 1954 - 099,
   -  10 Apr 1954 - 072,
   -  4 June 1954 - 073,


 

 

I received these cards (129) from Walt and Norma Haas Robbins along with a Postcard Album - Stack of cards before processing -
I am marking each card with an ID number in pencil in the lower right corner  - i.e. PC-001, PC-002, etc
Project Started:  7 July 2013
Half done:  14 July 2013
Project Completed:  29 July 2013 - Cards all scanned and added to web page - Still need to finish the indexes
Indexes Completed:  30 July 2013
Many of the stamps were removed before I received these cards
 
 

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Card # Date Description Images
PC-001 25 Sept 1942 From: Walt Robbins, Sr. To: Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie, Indiana - Postmark:  Redkey, Ind./ Sep 25, 1942 - No postage stamp - Text:  Dearest Norma,  Well, Well, you never can tell who may write you these days.  With Love, Walt Robbins  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-002 23 Oct 1942 From:  Walt Robbins, Sr. To:  Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  Portland, Ind/ Oct 23, 1942  Text:  "Hello There"  You can always get the best of everything at Portland  Yours Walt  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-003 10 Dec 1942 From:  P.V.T. Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. 413 INF/ A.P.O. 104/ Camp Adair - Oregon/ U.S. Army To:  Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17t ST., Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg./ Dec 10, 1942  Postage:  Free  Text:  Dearest Norma,  I'll let you know, I am Still alright.  Your Sweetheart, Walter - P.S. Tell Bud "Hello" for me.  Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-004 5 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt. Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. 104 Div./ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana  Postmark:  Jan 5 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma,  I am sending you this card to show you what we have to put up with out here.  Don't you feel sorry for me.  With Love, Walter  Give my Love to your folks.  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-005 27 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B - 413 Inf/ A.P.O - 104 Div./ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana  Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg./ Jan 27 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma,  Here's a little card I'll send you to show you how I look when I go to town  Maybe I have already sent you on I forgot so here's another.  Yours with Love, Walter    Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-006 27 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Jan 27, 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma,  I send you this card to show you how I feel after a full day's work.  I have now received 3 letters from you.  With Love, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-007 30 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Jan 30 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma,  This card will show how I enjoy the life here.  The man sure looks tough doesn't he.  Don't you think he looks as bad as me.  With Love, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-008 1 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 1, 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma, I'll send you this card to show you how we will treat the Jap's when we get over their  It'll be pretty hot for them don't you think.  Yours, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-009 2 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 2 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Dear, This will show you how we look when we are out drilling and marching bad han't it.  I've lost my smile forever.  yours with Love, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-010 14 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 14 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma, Here's a card to show you what I mean by leading a clean life.  "Boy" it's sure a clean life too.  Yours, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  The card is cut off on the left edge - there are pencil scribbles over a lot of the card Link
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PC-011 17 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 17, 1943 - Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma,  Look at the front, I need say more.  With Love, Walter  Very Short Card  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-012 22 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 22, 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma,  Well as you look on the front of this card you will see what kind of house I can aford to get if I stay in army much longer.  With Love, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-013 23 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 23, 1943 - Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Norma, How be you by now.  Well this card shows you what I mean by careing a pack.  Yours ever, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-014 25 Feb 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Feb 25, 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Dearest Norma, Here's a few of the things we have to do in the army & I mean do it too. Yours ever, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-015 9 Mar 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Mar 9, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma, How is every little thing back home.  Everything is fine here I think.   This looks about the size of me now.  "Wow"  Your sweetheart, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-016 12 May 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ May 12, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma, Well here I am out in the middle of some wood's writing this letter, there's poison oak everywhere.  With Love, Walter  Card:  Picture, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  Written in pencil. Link
PC-017 24 Mar 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Mar 24, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Norma, Here's a card to show you I'm getting along fine.  About as good as the jeep.  Yours Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Link
PC-018 5 Apr 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Apr 5, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Honey,  How is you now, hope you are better.  I am alright I guess.  Us Pvt. don't know anything for sure.  Yours, Walt  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Link
PC-019 14 Apr 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ Apr 14, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Honey,  Feeling fine I hope, I am anyway.  I also got your watch today it sure is a beauty.  Your Sweetheart, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Link
PC-020 4 June 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  ToMrs. Walter C. Robbins, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ June 4, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Dear,  Well as the world goes around, I made it back alive.  Yours, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Link
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PC-021 11 June 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  ToMrs. Walter C. Robbins, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ June 11, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Dear,  How is my wife this nice day in June.  Feeling fine I hope.  Bud looks fine too.  Yours, ever, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Link
PC-022 12 June 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Mrs. Walter C. Robbins, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Corvallis, Oreg/ June 12, 1943 Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Dear,  Here's a card to show you how we shave when out in the field.  Some way don't you think.  Tell your foulk Hello for me.  Your husband, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Link
PC-023 No Date
(Bef 29 May 1943)
From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  None Postage:  Free  Text:  My Dearest Norma,  How are you & What are you doing.  I am alwright & doing nothing. Something here is wrong the sun is shining.  With Love, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches   Note:  No postmark, but date has to be before 29 May 1943 because it is address to "Miss Norma Haas", After their marriage he addressed the cards to "Mrs. Walter C. Robbins" Link
PC-024 No Date
(Bef 29 May 1943)
From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  None Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Honey, Is this the way Bob Hope said it was done.  It sure is a nice way.  With Love, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches   Note:  No postmark, but date has to be before 29 May 1943 because it is address to "Miss Norma Haas", After their marriage he addressed the cards to "Mrs. Walter C. Robbins" Link
PC-025 No Date
(Bef 29 May 1943)
From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  None   Postage:  Looks like there was a postage stamp but it has been removed - Text:  Greetings from Walter C. Robbins/ Camp Adair, Oregon - Hello Honey Dear,  I took off today to write you a line, . . .  Yours with love, Walter   Card:  Comic Card, 4.25 x 6.25 inches   Note:  No postmark, but date has to be before 29 May 1943 because it is address to "Miss Norma Haas", After their marriage he addressed the cards to "Mrs. Walter C. Robbins" Link
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PC-026 8 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Miss Norma Haas, 1927 E. 17th St., Muncie Indiana - Postmark:  Jan 8, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.  Postage:  Looks like there was a postage stamp but it has been removed - Text:  None - Card:  Folding Picture Card - Link
PC-027 14 Dec 1942 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  ToMrs. Oscar Robbins, Redkey Indiana - Postmark:  Dec 14 1942/ Corvallis, Oreg.  Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Mom, I am still alwright.  I get enough to eat & go to bed at 9:00 & get up at 6:00.  Tell everybody "Hello." Your Son, Walter   Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-028 3 Jan 1942 [1943] From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  ToMr. Oscar C. Robbins, Redkey, Indiana - Postmark:  None   Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Dad, 1/3/42 - I am sending you this card to show you that I am still getting along alwright.  We have been a lot of rain out here.  Your Son, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-029 22 Dec 1942 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Oscar C. Robbins, Redkey, Indiana- Postmark:  Dec 22, 1942/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Dad,  I'll drop you this card to let you know where I am.  Your Son, Walter 12/21/42  I hope you  a Merry ChristmasCard:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-030 11 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Oscar C. Robbins, Redkey, Indiana  R.F.D. - Postmark:  Jan 11, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Dad,  I haven't much time to write so will send you this card.  I'll try and write you later.  Your Son, Walter - I am glad you are feeling good.  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
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PC-031 13 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Mr. Oscar C. Robbins, Redkey, Indiana  R.F.D. - Postmark:  Jan 13, 1943/ Salem, Oreg.  Postage: Free  Text:  Hello Dad, I thought I would send you this card to let you know I hadn't forgotten you, Your Son, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-032 4 June 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Grace G. Robbins, Redkey, R. R. 1, Indiana  Postmark:  June 4, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Mom, Well I made it back alwright.  We got back thur. Eve. Your Son, Walter  Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-033 10 Dec 1942 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Mrs. Oscar Robbins Redkey, Indiana  Postmark:  Dec 10, 1942/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Mom, I'll let you know I am still alwright.  Your Son, Walter C. Robbins  Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-034 27 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Mrs. Grace G. Robbins, Redkey Indiana  R.F.D  Postmark:  Jan 27, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Mom, You wanted to know where the papers were for the cows.  They are in a envelope in (the box on top of the) Marked out - Dad Box, Yours, Walter  Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-035 28 Jan 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Grace G. Robbins, Redkey, Indiana R.F.D  Postmark:  Jan 28, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Mom, I write you this card to show you what I mean by K.P.  It looks bad don't you think.  Your Son, Walter   Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
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PC-036 1 March 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To:  Grace G. Robbins, Redkey, Indiana R.F.D  Postmark:  Mar 1, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Mom, When we say we carry a pack well this is it.  The way it fees it's about that big too.  "Ha Ha"  Your Son, Walter   Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-037 16 Apr 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To: Mrs. Grace G. Robbins, R. R. 1, Redkey, Indiana  Postmark:  Apr 16, 1943/ Corvallis, Oreg.   Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Mom,  How are you & Dad feeling.  Fine I hope.  I guess I'll live.  I sent you a letter this week hope you got it.  Your Son, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-038 19 Sep 1943 From:  Pvt Walter C. Robbins/ Co. B. - 413 Inf./ A.P.O. - 104 Div/ Camp Adair, Oregon/ U.S. Army.  To: Mr. Milton Robbins, R. R. 1, Redkey, Indiana  Postmark:  Sep 19, 1943/ Bend, Oreg   Postage:  Free  Text:  Hello Milton,  Well how are you getting along now, fine I hope.  I'm about the same, still working & playing, anyway working - Your brother, Walter  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches - Link
PC-039 22 Dec 1920 From:   Christopher Columbus Robbins, ID0071; Ethel Lamb Robbins, ID0602; Keziah Tomlinson Robbins, ID0070 - ToMyron F. Robbins  Postmark:  None  Postage: None  Text:  Dec, 22 - 1920  C. C., Ethel & Grandma Robbins  Card:  New Years Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-040 No Date
Circa 1920s
From:  Harry Cooper  ToMyron Robbins, New Castle Ind  Postmark:  None  Postage: None  Text:  No Message  Card:  Valentines Card - 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-041 9 Sept 1910 From:  Unknown  To:  Mr. I. C. Robbins [Isaac Robbins, ID0069] Noblesville, Ind R4 Postmark:  Sep 9 1910/ Cicero, Indiana  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Geo Anthony's niece said the other day that she wanted to give us girls music lessons next summer.  That will be such a good thing.  I don't think we ought to miss it do you?  We counted our chicks last night and found I have only about 2 dozen nice ones.  I suppose before you get this you will be rid of some of your belongings.  I guess we will go ??iting today as we have nothing else to do.  Card:  Birthday Card - 3.5 x 5.5 inches   Note:  Isaac's birthday was 4 Sept Link
PC-042 26 Dec 1914? From:  Nona ??  To:  Mrs. Grace Robbins Fishers Ind R.R.  Postmark:  Noblesville, Ind/ Dec 26 14/ 12??  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Hope you had a Merry Xmas and we wish you a happy New Hear.  We had a good time, we were at Eva's.  Nona Link
PC-043 5 Sept 1939 FromOlive & Jimmie  To:  Miss Norma & Midge [Marj ??] Haas/ Gibson Ice Co., Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Sep 5, 1939/ Celina, Ohio  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Will be seeing you soon.  Your loving sis, Olive & Jimmie Celina Ohio  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches    Note:  Jimmie is James Fields, her first husband  Link
PC-044 1910 From:  R. & R.  To:  Mr. Oscar Robbins/ Noblesville Ind R. R. 4  Postmark:  Round PM ?? 1910/ Ind  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Mr. Robbins  Kind Friend I cannot come Sat have got to go away  Yours Respectfully R. & R.  Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-045 No Date From:  Unknown  To Oscar and Grace  Postmark:  None  Postage:  None  Text:  None  Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-046 5 Feb 1910 From:  Robert  To:  Miss Grace Foulke Cicero Ind  R. R. 14  Postmark:  Feb 5 7PM 1910/ Arcadia, Ind  Postage:  Stamp Removed  Text:  Compliment of Robert  Card:  Birthday card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-047 1911 From:  Anne E. H.  To:  Mrs. Grace Robbins Noblesville Indiana Rout #8  Postmark:  1911/ Ind  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Dear Grace:  I send you a card with this "Motto" because you always write on a card, Thanks for even a card, but why don't you write a letter and tell me all about how you are fixed and how you are getting along?  I do hope for you a pleasant, quiet, peaceful life.  With all that makes life worth living and that embraces preparations for the life which is to come!  With ever so much love, Anne, E. H.   [At top written upside down]:  Will send you a prettier card next time.  Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-048 5 Nov 1920 From:  Ethel [Wife of Christopher Columbus Robbins ??)  ToO. C. Robbins New Castle Indiana  R. 8 (Cadiz FarmPostmark:  Nov 5 10AM 1920/ Millersburg Ind  Postage:  Stamp removed   Text:  Millersburg Ind R 1  Nov 5, 1920  I am going to go south for a few days.  I don't know wheather I will get to your place Nov. 7 or the next Sunday.  Depends on when Jim & Lizzie can take me.  Hope you are well, Ethel Link
PC-049 29 Mar 1910 From:  Arthur   To Oscar Robbins  Noblesville Ind RR #4  Postmark:  Cicero, Ind Mar 29 1910  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Wishing you a happy Easter from Arthur  Card:  Easter Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-050 14 Nov 1910 From:  Aunt Anna  ToMrs Oscar Robbins Noblesville Indiana Route #8  Postmark:  Ind/ 1910  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Elizaville, Indiana/ 11-14-1910/ Dear Grace  Thanks for car rec'd last week.  So glad to here from you and so glad you are so near your father's.  Grace, I am so sorry you didn't come visit us before you got settled.  but come when ever you can.  Just got home last week from a visit at Fred's.  Had a fine time.  When I got home I found a card from Nellie dated Nov 5 stating that she was to be married that evening and invites us to come visit them but she doesn't say whom she married, and I don't know.  Expected Arthur and Florence here yesterday but they didn't come.  I have a little wedding present for you and Sarah.  Will send them to you if I have opportunity.  ??? ???  Aunt Anna  Card:  Picture Card "Best Wishes", 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-051 23 Dec 1910 From:  Eva  To:  Mrs. Grace Robbins  Noblesville Ind  RR  Postmark:  Indianapolis, Ind  Dec 23, 1910  Postage:  Stamp Removed  Text:  I wish you a Merry Christmas  Eva  Card:  Christmas Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-052 3 Feb 1944 FromNorma Haas Robbins  To:  Mr. & Mrs. Oscar C. Robbins  Rural Route #1, Redkey, Indiana  Postmark:  Phoenix, Ariz/ Feb 3 1944  Stamp:  No Stamp  Text:  2-2-44/ Hello Mom & Dad, I finally got here and sure was glad to see Walter.  He looks swell, really has a tan.  The weather is very nice out here.  A person would be a lot better off in this climate than back home,  With Love - Norma  Room 106 - Windsor Hotel - Phoenix, Ariz   Card:  Picture Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-053 21 Jan 1910 From Ambrose J. Tomlinson   To:  Kizzie Robbins [Keziah Tomlinson Robbins]  Westfield Ind.  Postmark:  Bristol & Chatt. H.P.O./ Jan 21 1910/ TR 25  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Grand Holiday.  Good wishes and a happy year to you.  I pray for you, you pray for me.  Let us be sure and live so we can meet in the skys.  Trust ?? in the will keep you from being lonely  Your little Bro, Love.  Card:   Birthday Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Notes:     Link
PC-054 No Date FromOlive Haas  To:  Not specified  Postmark:  None  Postage:  None  Text:  This will give you an idea of how the campus is.  It is really swell.  I was going to send this to Bobby(1), but instead am sending it to you in Marj's letter.  I have mine sealed.  Olive  P.S. That water in the distance is a reservoir from the Hudson River.  The weather up here is swell.  It is cold, but not like it is back home.  It is a dryer cold, where it is damp in Indiana  Card:  Picture Card (U.S. Naval Training School, New York) , 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Notes:  (1)  Bobby is a nickname for Barbara Haas, ID0382 Link
PC-055 25 May 1938 From:  Effie  ToOlive & Norma Haas/ East 16th Street/Muncie Indiana  Postmark:  Washington, D.C.  079/ May 25 1938  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Tue 7pm  Hello Kids - How is everyone there?  I am having a marvelous time.  I was in Wash. Pa. last night, Wash D.C. tonite, Virginia tomorrow night.  Everything is beautiful.  Must go get my supper  Love Effie   Card:  Picture Card (Mt. Vernon), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  The Address (16th St.) is a mistake on the part of Effie Link
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PC-056 22 July 1948 From Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Clif (Walt, Jr.) Robbins/ R. 3  Muncie Ind (Centennial House)/ % Walter Robbins  Postmark:  San Anselmo, Calif/ Jul 22 1948  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Hello Clif - How are things back there?  It seems a long time since I left.  We are having a nice time out here.  Barbara & I were just over to see Olive.  She is getting along just fine.  We cooked dinner for her & Walt.  It takes 2-1/2 hrs to get from Marjorie's to Olives house.  and as long to get back.  Now be a good boy.  I will see you some of these days.  Grandma  Card:  Picture Card (San Francisco, CA), 3.5 x 5.5 inches    Note:  Walt "her & Walt" is Walter Most. Link
PC-057 1 July 1937 FromNorma & Olive Haas  To:  Miss Wilma Haas  1927 E. 17th S, Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  Columbia City, Ind/ Jul 1 1937  Postage:  Stamp Removed  Text:  Dear Wilma,  How are you getting along?  We are having kind cool weather up here.  How is your weather?  We went swimming it wasn't cold then.  Well I'll have to say Good Bye  Norma & Olive  Card:  Picture Card (Tri Lakes Resort, Columbia City, Ind) Link
PC-058 5 July 1943 From Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Miss Marjorie & Norma Haas 1927 E. 17th S Muncie Ind  Postmark:  Washington, PA/ July 5 1943  Postage:  Green, 1-cent Freedom of Speech  Text:  Dear Girls  Arrived OK - It is nice here.  Daddy is a little better, he has better color and seems better in general but still is very short of breath and tires very quick.  I haven't decided when to go home  Mama   Card:  Picture Card (West of Carlisle and Harrisburg, Pa), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-059 1 July 1937 FromNorma & Olive Haas  ToBarbara Jane Haas 1927 E. 17th S. Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Columbia City, Ind/ Jul 1 1937  Postage:  Stamp Removed  Text:  Dear Bobby, How are you?  I hope you are having a lot fo fun.  We went swimming, have you been swimming?  We sure are missing you sweetie.  Be sure & write us.  With love, Norma & Olive  Card:  Picture Card (Lone Eagle - Tri Lakes Resort Columbia City Ind), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-060 9 Nov 1943 FromOlive J. Haas Reg 17, Bldg A, Apt 2K/ U.S. N. ?.S. (WR) Bronx/ New York 63, New York  To:  Miss Barbara Haas/ 1927 E. 17th St./ Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  U.S. Navy/ Nov 9 1943  Postage:  Free  Text:  Dear Bobby, Please excuse the Bobby but I like it.  How are you honey?  How is everybody at home?  We got the cookies last night that Mother sent.  Boy were they ever good.  We are wearing our uniforms now and they really look swell.  Tell everybody I said Hi.  With all my love, Olive  Card:  Picture Card (Rock Garden.  U.S. Naval Training School. (W. R.) Bronx, N.Y.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-061 10 Jan 1944 From Marjorie Haas  ToMrs. Walter C. Robbins  1927 East 17th Street  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  U.S. Navy/ Jan 10 1944  Postage:  Free  Text:  Hi Babe, We're in the hotel dining room waiting to be served.  It's really swank.  And to there are no sailors here, all soldiers.  Goody.  No more than we've seen of the place I like it.  It's fun & full of Lieut's.  Well, Happy New Year, Love, Marjorie  Card:  Picture Card (Niagara Falls), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-062 5 March 1979 From:  Living, ID0013  ToMr. & Mrs. Walter Robbins  R. R. #2 - Box 498B  Yorktown, Ind  47396  Postmark:  None  Postage:  10-cent stamp  Text: (Not shown because sender is living)  Card:  Picture card (Cactus), 4 x 6 inches  
PC-063 10 March 1961 From:  Grace & Roy Schlegal  ToWalter Robbins & Family  Daleville Ind  RR 1  Postmark:   El Paso, Tex/ Mar 11, 1961  Postage:  3-cent purple Liberty stamp  Text:  Well we are really having a nice time.  Have had swell motel.  Went to the Carlsbad Caverns yesterday.  Suppose Trix & the Cats are pestering you as usual or more?  Grace & Roy  Card:  Picture Card (Horse drawn car, El Paso, TX), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  Grace & Roy Schlegal were neighbors at the North of Daleville House, they lived across the road on the south side in a big farmhouse. Link
PC-064 18 June 1982 From:  Living, ID0013  ToMr. & Mrs. Walter Robbins  R. R. #2 - Box 498B  Yorktown, Ind  47396  Postmark:  Prince Georges, MD/ 1992  Postage:  13-cent Flag stamp  Text: (Not shown because sender is living)  Card:  Picture card  (Washington Monument, Washington, DC)  4 x 6   
PC-065 31 July 1950 FromEsther Robbins  ToMr. & Mrs. Walter Robbins  Eaton, Indiana  R.R. 1. (North of Eaton Farm) Postmark:  Bowling Green, Kentucky/ Jul 31, 1950  Postage:  1-cent Green Washington stamp  Text:  Having a swell time.  Really seeing some territory  Esther     Card:  Picture Card (Cumberland Gap, Kentucky), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-066 1970 From:  Viola  To Mrs. Norma Robbins R. R. 2 - Box 498B  Yorktown, Ind 47396  Postmark:  Saint Petersburg FL/ ?? 1970  Postage:  5-cent Washington stamp  Text:  Dear Norma, Thought you was going to write to me.  This is one of those trees I wanted to show you.  There are several here.  I have found some since but haven't gotten to take a picture of one.  I went to work at Webbs where I worked before.  I started last Wed.  I work from 11 till 530  Write, Love, Viola  Card:  Picture Card (Banyan Tree), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-067 27 Mar 1978 FromWilma Haas Lucas  ToMr & Mrs Walter Robbins  RR 2 Box 498B Yorktown, Ind 47396  Postmark:  Gulfport, MS/ 27 Mar 1978  Postage:  9-cent stamp  Text:  Dear Norma and Walter  The weather is great.  70 at 5 in the evening. Who could ask for anything better.  Hope that ice storm didn't reach you.  Sounds like the Chicago area really had a bad day.  We have a motel room right on the beach and spend some time walking and sunning.  Both have sunburns so we are being very careful today.  Hope you had a good trip.  Love Wilma  Card:  Picture card (Gulfport, Mississippi), 4 x 6 inches Link
PC-068 7 June 1962 From:  Grace & Roy Schlegal  To:  The Robbins Kids at Walter Robbins Daleville Ind R1  Postmark:  Milwaukee Wis./ Jun 7 1962  Postage:  3-cent Purple Liberty stamp  Text:  Here's where we spent the night and we did sleep too much to my surprise.  How's those two ornery dogs?  Grace & Roy  Card:  Picture Card (S.S. Milwaukee Clipper), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-069 3 June 1959 From:  Mr & Mrs Allen McCarthy  ToMr & Mrs Robins  Stoney Haven Motel  RR 1 Daleville, Indiana  Postmark:  Saint Augustine Fla/ Jun 3 1959  Postage:  3-cent Purple Liberty Stamp  Text:  Hello Friends,  We are having a nice time.  Got everything gone on the place, and ???? Hope everything is OK with you folks.  Will see you soon.  Mr & Mrs Allen McCarthy  & Miss Halley  Card:  Picture Card (Skyline of St. Augustine, Florida), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-070 18 Aug 1963 FromMary, Paul, Bill Jarrell  ToMr & Mrs Walter Robbins  R.R. 1 Daleville Indiana  Postmark:  Ark/ Aug 18 1963  Postage:  4-cent Lincoln stamp  Text:  Wed Evening  Dear Walter Norma  We are in Ark this evening.  Sure has been hot  Mary, Paul, Bill  Card:  Picture Card (Waterfall, Jasper, Arkansas), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-071 1 July 1941 From:  Thelma  ToMiss Norma Haas, Wilson's Food Market W. 12th Street  Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  Hattiesburg, Miss./ Jul 1 1941  Postage:  1-cent Green Washington  Text:  Hi Kid:  Having a wonderful time.  Saw millions of soldiers.  Got to eat two meals in their mess hall.  Saw several boys I knew, but couldn't find Bob Clark.  Be seeing you  Thelma  Card:  Picture Card  (Camp Shelby near Hattiesburg, Miss.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  Norma worked for John Wilson at his store Link
PC-072 10 Apr 1954 FromBarb Haas  ToMrs. Walter Robbins  R. R. 1  Muncie, Indiana  (110-acre farm)     Postmark:  Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD./ Apr 10, 1954  Postage:  2-cent red John Adams  Text:  Dear Norma,  We just got here & we're both ready to drop.  We had a lot of fun on the bus out here.  Will be home next Saturday sometime, write more later. Love Barb   Card:  Picture Card (Washington Monument, Baltimore, MD.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-073 4 June 1954 FromMarj, Frank & Boys  ToMr. & Mrs. W. C. Robbins  R. R. 1, Muncie, Indiana   (110-acre farm)    Postmark:  Yosemite National Park, Calif./ Jun 4, 1954  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Hi all,  We're having a swell time.  We had one of these bears in our camp all day yesterday, & we have to chase the deer away.  Were camped about 5 mi. below Tenaya Lake in the wilds.  Marge, Frank & Boys   Card:  Picture Card (Bear, Yosemite Park), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-074 17 Dec 1943 FromOlive J. Haas S2/C  Naval Air Station  Moffit Field  Mountain View, Cal.  ToMrs. Walter Robbins  1927 E. 17th St., Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  Phoenix Ariz/ Dec 17 1943  Postage:  No Stamp  Text:  Olive J. Haas S2/C Naval Air Station Moffit Field  Mountain View, Cal.  Dear Sis,  The west is really Beautiful.  It really looks like the pictures.  This where we got off the train to drill.  Write soon  Love, Olive  Card:  Picture Card (Southern Pacific Depot, Tuscon, Arizona), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-075 15 Apr 1963 FromBarb, Larry & Gary Rude  To: Mr. & Mrs. Walter Robbins  R. R. 1  Daleville, IndPostmark:  Renfro Valley, Kentucky/ Apr 15 1963  Postage:  4-cent Lincoln  Text:  Hi All  We made it?  Too bad we don't have time to go on to the Smokies.  We saw the show last night & Garry carried on something terrible.  See you soon  Love Barb, Larry & Garry  Card:  Picture Card (Cabins at Renfro Valley, Kentucky), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-076 31 May 1943 From:  Mitchell [Dorothy Mitchell]  ToMrs. Walter Robbins  C/o August Haas  1927 E. 17th St.  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  El Paso Texas/ May 31 1943  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Dear Norma:  I suppose you are one of us now.  Just an old married woman.  Good luck kid.  I am having a grand time.  We are planning on seeing Mexico tonight  Love Mitchell  Card:  Picture Card (Alligator Pool, El Paso, Texas, 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  Dorothy Mitchell (later Dorothy Campbell) was one of Norma's best friends Link
PC-077 27 Feb 1938 From:  Mildred & Earl Gibson  ToMiss Norma Haas 1800 E. 17th St.  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Habana Cuba/ Feb 27 1938  Postage:  Stamp removed  Text:  Hi!  Having a big time.  This is a most interesting place.  Be seeing you soon  Mildred & Earl Gibson  Card:  Picture Card (Republica de Cuba), 3.5 x 5.5  Note:  1]  Mildred and Earl Gibson owned the Gibson Roller Rink on Mock Ave. in Muncie and Norma babysit for them.  Norma and the other girls also skated at the rink and spent a lot of time there.  2]  The address is probably a mistake on the part of Mildred.  3]  Norma met Walt at the skating rink Link
PC-078 6 Apr 1943 From Marjorie Haas  ToMrs. Walter Robbins  1927 E. 17th St.  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Berwyn, MD/ Apr 6, 1943  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Hi Kid,  Is that what it is by this time?  I wish I knew how your visit to the doctor turned out.  Wash. is wonderful & I'm having a swell time.  Bud's super.  He was as glad to see me as I was to see him.  He weighs 165 but it's all muscle.  We went into Laurel St. night & saw a show but it wasn't very good.  It was a cowboy story.  I'll tell you about everything when I get home.  Love, Marjorie  Card:  Picture Card (Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-079 26 Feb 1990 From:  Living, ID0004  ToMr. & Mrs. Walter Robbins, SrR. R. 2, Box 498B  Yorktown, IN. 47396  Postmark:  Fort Myers FL/ Feb 26 1990  Postage:  15-cent Buffalo Bill Cody Stamp  Text:  (Not shown because sender is living)  Card:  Picture Card, (Pelicans, Florida), 4 x 6 inches  
PC-080 14 June 1986 FromJohn & Wilma  ToMr & Mrs Walter Robbins    8400 W 400S  Yorktown, IN 47396  Postmark:  Lubbock, TX/ 1986  Postage:  19-cent fawn stamp   Text:  Mon June 14  Dear Norma and Walter,  We spent this past weekend here at the Inn of the Mountain God's.  It was a beautiful place.  We could see snow on top of one mountain.  This is an old picture. St is 3 times this big.  We fly to San Francisco tomorrow  Love, John & Wilma  Card:  Picture Card (Inn of the Mountain of Gods/ New Mexico), 4 x 6 inches Link
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PC-081 23 Jan 1947 FromOlive & Walt (Olive Haas, Walt Most)  ToMr. and Mrs. Walter Robbins  1927 E. 17th St  Muncie, Ind.  Postmarks: (2)  Chicago, ILL./ Jan 22 1947  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma & Walt & All  Hi!  Well it won't be anymore.  Give us until about Sun or Mon.  We just arrived in Chi. and are leaving for Detroit in a half an hour.  Will close for now.  Love, Ollie & Walt  Card:  Picture Card (Grant Park, Chicago), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-082 21 June 1949 FromWilma & John  ToMr. and Mrs. Walter Robbins  R.R. 1 Eaton, Indiana (N of Eaton Farm)   Postmark:  Lookout Mountain, Tenn./ 21 June 1949   Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma & All  We've had a grand time.  Be home soon. Wilma & John  Card: Picture Card (Lookout Mountain), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-083 1 Mar 1947 FromMarjorie & Frank Van Couwenberghe   To: Mrs. Walter C. Robbins  1108 West 16th  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Pacific Calif./ Mar 1 1947  Postage:  Stamp had been removed  Text:  Hello Kids, Just a line to let you know we're at Strawberry & that it is beautiful up here.  Will write later.  Love, Marjorie & Frank  Card: Picture Card (Strawberry Lodge, US 50 - Placerville to Lake Tahoe), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-084 29 June 1955 FromWilma  ToMr. and Mrs. Walter Robbins  R.R. 1 Muncie, Indiana  (110-acre farm)    Postmark: Yellowstone Park, Wyo./29 Jun 1955  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma,  We've been to San Francisco and came here on our way back.  Everyone is fine but we are anxious to get home.  Wilma  Card:  Picture Card (Buffalo Stampede, Yellowstone National Park), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-085 18 Aug 1957 FromWilma  To:  Walter Robbins R.R. 1 Muncie, Ind  (110-acre farm)    Postmark:  Chicago, ILL/ Aug 18, 1957  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma & All, We came up Sat. and are going home today I guess.  Diane is a Worry Wart.  Wilma  Card:  Picture Card (YMCA Hotel Cafeteria), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-086 8 May 1962 From:  Walt & Shirley  To: Walter Robbins R. R. 1 Box 295A Daleville, Indiana  (N of Daleville HousePostmark: New York, N.Y./ 8 May 1962 Postage:  3-cent Liberty stamp   Text:  Hi, On bus, costs 25 to crap over here.  We're in New Jersey now.  Just went thru Capital Building and heading for New York.  Tell ya all about train when I get home.  Love Clif and Shirley   Card:  Picture Card (Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-087 26 Aug 1941 FromMabel & August Haas  ToMiss Norma Haas  424 W. 12th St  Muncie Ind  Postmark:  Traverse City, Mich/ Aug 26, 1941  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma - Well I think the car is O.K. now.  I sure hope so.  We sure had an awful time coming up here.  It turned cool this eve and the wind is rather strong but I hope it dont rain any more as that spoils everything.  Daddy caught his first fish this eve a nice Bass.  I hope it gets nice again so we can have some good fishing.  I am taking pictures of everything and there is lots of everything Beautiful - Love, Ma. ??  Card:  Picture Card (Traverse City, Michigan), 3.5 x 5.5 inches    Notes:  1]  The address for Norma is probably the Wilson Grocery Store at which she worked.  It was owned by John Wilson her Sunday School teacher at 12th St. Baptist Church.  2]  I am certain this is from Mabel because August had family in Michigan and "Daddy" is referred to along with fishing - both synonymous with August.  Link
PC-088 7 June 1957 FromMarge Haas Van Couwenberghe  ToMr. & Mrs. Walter Robbins  R.R. 1, Muncie, Indiana  (110-acre farmPostmark:  San Anselmo, Calif/ Jun 7, 1957    Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma, Walter & Family - Just got back tonight from Frank's cousins house in ??? 24 mi. south of Los Angeles. We had a wonderful time - first time I'd ever met his cousin & aunt (they have 5 little girls - June wasn't with us & took Sandy so with our 3 - nine kids altogether - boy!)  We took our 4 to Disneyland & it's really a children's paradise, we enjoyed it very much, it's as nice for adults as for kids.  We went down there & came back today ??  Love, Marge & all  This is one of the rides they went on.  Card:  Picture Card (Mad Tea Party Ride, Disneyland), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-089 24 June 1958 FromMarjorie Haas Van Couwenberghe  To:  Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Robbins, R.R. #1, Muncie, Indiana (110-acre farm)   Postmark:  San Anselmo, Calif./ Jun 24, 1958  Postage: Stamp has been removed Text:  Dear Norma & all.  We just got back from 3 days in Yosemite.  We saw one brown & 1 black bear.  One bit a man during the night in camp next to us so we slept inside the tent and station wagon our old favorite campsite was closed under 4 ft of snow but we got a chance to see it - love - Marjorie  Card:  picture card (Bear in Yosemite), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-090 July 1963 FromBarbara, Larry & Garry  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins  RR 1 Daleville, Indiana (N of Daleville House)  Postmark:  Renfro Valley, KY/ Jul ???  Postage:  5-cent George Washington  Text:  Dear Norma,  We finally got here.  It took us forever to get here.  Larry got sick again last nite but I guess we will ??  Love Barb, Larry & Garry  Card:  Picture Card (McHargue Mill, London, Kentucky), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-091 13 July 1948 FromMabel Worthen Haas  ToMrs. Walter Robbins R. 3 Box 106, Muncie, Ind (Centennial House) Postmark:  Des Moines Iowa/ Jul 13 1948  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  O.K. so far enjoying it all Very Much  10:15pm now  Mother  Card:  Picture Card (Iowa State Capital, Des Moines, Iowa), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-092 13 Aug 1957 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins RR #1 Muncie, Indiana (110-acre farm) Postmark: Renfro Valley, KY/ Aug 13, 1957 Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Hi Everybody -- We got this far and quit for the day.  271 miles.  It sure is pretty here.  We have cabin #8 and it really is nice/  We don't know yet how far we will go.  But will be home Thurs anyway -- Mother  Card:  Picture Card (The Renfro Valley Lodge), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-093 14 July 1950 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs Walter Robbins R One Eaton Indiana  Postmark:  Cheyenne, WY/ Jun 14 1950  Postage:  Stamp has been removed   Text:  Dear Norma  We are in Cheyenne.  I was sick with the cramps all day yesterday and last night.  I feel pretty good today.  If you go out home take some moth flakes.  The money in one of the dishes and disconnect the bed, dressing  table and bridge lamps.  I forgot them.  We have to wait here 3 hrs as slow bus just left but we go on an express.  We didn't get to see Pikes Peak.  It was too hazy.  Love Mother   Card:  Picture Card (Fountain, St. Louis, Mo.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-094 9 Feb  1954 From: Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins  R #1  Muncie, Ind  (110-acre farm) Postmark:  Pittsburgh, PA/ Feb 9, 1954  Postage:  Was a 2-cent Red, Stamp has been removed  Text:  We are going South before we come home.  (Cheek Huh?  Barb)  Dear Norma -- Decided to come to Pittsburg ??? of the moment/  Am having a wonderful time.  ??? is supposed to be staying with Barb.  Will you call her some evening?  We may go south before we go home who knows.  I might as well have a good time while I can.  Love, Mother Card:  Comic Card, 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-095 5 July 1962 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas   To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins & Family  R.R. #1  Daleville, Ind  (N of Daleville House)   Postmark:  Cadillac Mich/ Jul 5, 1962  Postage:  3-cent Liberty Stamp  Text:  Dear Norma - Arrived OK. Was Hot Sat & Sun.  Then got cold.  Wind high, water rough.  Have had some fish Tho.  Will be home Sat or Sun.  Mother  Card:  Picture Card ( Trout Fishing, Michigan), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-096 8 July 1963 FromMabel Worthen Haas  ToMrs. Walter Robbins  % Larry Rude  2012 So Pershing, Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  Cadillac, Mich./ July 8, 1963  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma - Well we got here about 7:30 Sat A.M.  No trouble.  Happy return trip is a a good.  Golly but it is hot here.  But it is nice and cool after about 9:00.  We have scads of fish.  Bill is out now and I think I will go out in the morning.  It isn't so hot then.  I went in swimming this a.m.  We may stay till Tues or Wed.  So don't get worried if you don't see us the last of the week.  It is so nice to just be lazy once.  Love to all Mother   Card:  Picture card (Sand ship - Manistee, Mich.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches   Note:  The Pershing St. home was a rental owned by Walt & Norma Robbins and rented to Barbara Link
PC-097 21 June 1950 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins R One Eaton, Ind.    Postmark: San Anselmo, Calif./ Jun 21, 1950 (Postmark on both sides of card)   Postage: stamp has been removed   Text:  Dear Norma - If you haven't sent the pkg yet, will you send 6 balls of the Enterprise cotton yarn?  I want the cream.  It is that funny gray & white.  It is on the shelf over the shower.  If yu buy a suitcase to send that stuff in, try and get one as near like the large one I have as you can.  It is still cold here.  I will write more in a day or so.  Love, Mother    Card:  Picture Card (Swimming pool, Sonoma Inn - Winnemucca, Nevada), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-098 7 Feb 1944 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins Room 106, Windsor Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona (Crossed out)  and 1927 E. 17th St. Muncie Ind.   Postmark:  Buffalo, N.Y./ Feb 7, 1944 and Phoenix, Ariz./ Feb 11, 1944   Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma - Well I got here O.K.  Marj has a terrible cold but is doing O.K.  Barbara has really enjoyed her trip.  I am so tired I could just die standing up.  It is very cold up here now.  This is a very fine hotel we are in.  Much nicer than any at home.  It is awful lonesome at home but I sure will be glad to get back any way.  Love Mother  Card:  Picture Card (Niagara Falls), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Notes: 1]  Norma was staying in Phoenix, AZ at the Windsor Hotel while being with Walt during his training.  She had obviously left Phoenix and returned to Muncie before the card reached her.  2]  Mabel and Barbara were visiting Marj while she was in the Naval Training Center in New York. Link
PC-099 25 Feb 1954 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins  R. #1 Muncie, Ind  (110-acre farmPostmark: Chattanooga, Tenn/ Feb 25, 1954  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Having a Wonderful time.  Be home soon.  Love Mother   Card:  Picture Card (Lookout Mountain, Tennessee), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-100 28 Aug 1941 From Mabel, August, Barbara  ToMiss Norma Haas, 424 W. 12th St, Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  Old Mission, Mich./ 28 Aug 1941   Postage:  Stamp has been removed Text:  Dear Norma - Just a line from Old Mission O.K. Mama, Daddy, Barbara   Card:  Picture Card (Traverse Bay, Michigan), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Notes:   The 424 W. 12th St. address is the Wilson Grocery that Norma was working.  Link
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PC-101 21 Nov 1943 FromMabel Worthen Haas  ToMrs. Norma Robbins  1927 E. 17th St  Muncie, Ind  Postmark:  New York, N.Y./ Nov 21 1943  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text:  Dear Norma - I am having a marvelous time.  New Y. is Wonderful.  We had a fine dinner today $3.00 a plate That don't sound like me?  I love every minute of it.  The girls look wonderful.  We have a 2 room suite.  Grand.  Oh everything is just divine  Mother    Card:  Picture Card (Empire State Building), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Notes:  Girls refer to Marj and Olive who were in New York in Naval Training.  Barbara was with Mabel on this trip. Link
PC-102 18 May 1959 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins  RR #1 Daleville, Ind  Postmark:  Renfro Valley, KY   Postage:  3-cent Liberty stamp   Text:  Hi Everybody - got here OK.  Almost froze. No Heat.  Went to the falls today and the show tonight.  go to services in the morning then start home.  See you soon  Love Mother,  & all Card:  Picture Card (Cumberland Falls State Park, Kentucky), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-103 4 Sept 1942 From:  Mabel Worthen Haas  ToMiss Norma L. Haas 1927 E. 17th St  Muncie Ind  Postmark:  Warsaw Ind/ Sep 4, 1942  Postage:  1 Cent Industry-Agriculture for Defense stamp  Text:  You bring those shoes & boots if Marj  don't  Dear Norma.  If you get this before Marj leaves have her to bring daddy's old house slippers and winter galoshes.  I think they are in the  garage in that basket.  He got his feet wet this morning and put his wet shoes back on this afternoon.  We had a nice mess of fish for dinner today.  We went  in to Warsaw this morning there is no way to heat the house I sure wished had my oil stove here.  but it may get warm in a day or so I hope so.  Love Mother  Card:  Picture Card (Warsaw High School, Warsaw, Indiana), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-104 23 Sept 1961 From:  Mother & Bill (Mabel Worthen Haas & Bill CrabillTo:  Norma Robbins  R.R. #1 Daleville, Ind  Postmark:  Cadillac, Mich/ Sep 23, 1961  Postage:  3-cent Liberty stamp  Text:  Dear Norma & all -- We are having a very nice time except we both have headaches and I still am afraid to go out fishing.  I only was out 2 times.  So far we have 2 meals of fish but Bill is out again this a.m. - We went up across the bridge and ?? to Sault St. Marie yesterday.  And while we were out the tours watching boats go thru the locks, there were Helen & David Sheller.  Can you imagine that?  I drove 373 miles just yesterday.  We have our own cottage instead of the trailer.  It sure is nice.  We may stay over 2 or three days and come home Mon or Tues.  Love - Mother & Bill  Card:  Picture Card (Michigan's Rivers and streams), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-105 5 July 1961 From:  Mother & Bill (Mabel Worthen Haas & Bill Crabill)   To: Mrs Walter Robbins RR #1 Daleville, Ind   Postmark:  Cadillac, Mich/ Jul 5, 1961  Postage:  3-cent Liberty stamp  Text:  Hi Everybody  Lots of fun.  Hope you are feeling better.  See you soon.  Mother & Bill   Card:  Picture Card (Lake Mitchell, Cadillac, Michigan), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-106 16 Oct 1963 From:  Mother & Bill (Mabel Worthen Haas & Bill Crabill)     To:  Mrs. Walter Robbins R.R. #1 Daleville, Ind  Postmark:  Cadillac, Mich/ Oct 16 1963  Postage:  (2) 2-cent Jefferson stamps  Text:  Dear Norma & all - There are 2 high dams on the man?? R.  This is the one I haven't seen yet.  Bill down fishing in the M. River now and Babe and I are in the car.  I went fishing on the lake yesterday but didn't even get a bite.  Bill got one nice fish this AM.  But no one is catching any right now.  The weather is just wonderful.  Real Indiana summer.  Warm days cool nights.  The first night it was cold but is better now.  Before I forget, I just need the mop head not the handle.  I have scads of them.  get me a bottle of creme rinse for my hair too.  I sure need something.  My hair is awful.  and Barbara tried so hard to fix it so it wouldn't be so curly.  Oh well.  We are not coming back before next Tues or Wed at the earliest.  IT sure is nice to just rest.  I am just cooking the least possible and just taking it easy.  IF I am not careful I will gain back the 10# I lost  Love Mother    Card:  Picture Card (View from Tippy Dam), 3.5 x 5 inches  Note:  Babe is their little Chihuahua dog Link
PC-107 25 Aug 1941 From Mother, Daddy & Barbara  ToMiss Norma Haas  424 W. 12th St  Muncie Ind  Postmark:  Traverse City, Mich./ Aug 25, 1941   Postage:  1-cent Industry-Agriculture for Defense stamp  Text:  We are in Traverse City looking out over Traverse Bay.  Right on the beach.  Water as far as you can see and so blue and pretty as any thing.  The care is in a garage to get the radiator cleaned.  We had a hard rain last nite and some this morning but it is pretty now.  Love Mother Daddy & Barbara  Card:  Picture Card (Portion of Miniature City, Traverse City, Mich), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  W. 12th St. address:  Wilson Grocery Link
PC-108 18 Aug 19?? From Mother & Barbara  ToMrs Walter Robbins   R.R. #1 Muncie, Ind  Postmark:  Renfro Valley, KY.  Aug 18, 19?? Postage:  3-cent Liberty stamp  Text:  Dear Norma & all  We have been here a week and it has rained every day.  We may go on to the Smokies then home.  I sure hope you had a better time than we have.  I almost killed myself climbing to the Natural Bridge.  We have been to the Cumberland gap and wanted to go to the falls but it rained so much we didn't go.  We are going to the show tonight.  Love Mother & Barbara  Card:  Picture Card (Big Barn, Renfro Valley, Ky), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  Date is before 1958 because of the Muncie Address (110-acre farm) and Barbara was married Oct 1959 Link
PC-109 16 Jan 1926 From:  daddie (August HaasToNorma Haas R R 6, Box 11 Muncie Ind (1927 E 17th St) Postmark: Huntington W.Va./ Jan 16 1926   Postage:  2-cent Washington stamp Text:  Hello Norma  how are you  are you going to school every day  I am just fine well I will be home in a few weeks and am going out walking tomorrow  Well that will be all for this time  be a good little girl from your daddie   Card:  Picture Card (The Union Bank, Huntington, WV), 3.5 x 5.5 inches.  Link
PC-110 5 May 1953 From Mabel Worthen Haas   ToMrs Walter Robbins  R R #1 Muncie, Indiana   Postmark:  Pittsburgh, PA/ May 5 1953   Postage:  Stamp has been removed Text:  Dear Norma -- Arrived OK at 6:00 PM  Had no trouble and only got lost once, after we got in Pbgh.  Everyone OK - Walt [Most] looks good and was glad to see us.  Olive was really glad to see the pkg you sent.  It will last her for more than a week.  We are coming home Mon.  Love Mother Card:  Picture Card (Liberty Bridge, Pittsburgh, Pa.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches  Note:  Barbara was probably with her, thus the "We" - Link
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PC-111 27 Aug 1941 From Mabel Worthen Haas   To:  Miss Norma Haas  424 W. 12th St  Muncie Ind  Postmark:  None  Postage:  Stamp has been removed  Text: Starting home Fri I think   Aug. 27, 41  Dear Girls.  We went to old Mission today and then went on out to the old light house on the point.  We were up in the tower and could see for miles.  Took several pictures.  The sand is so deep out on the point you go down to your shoe tops and the car got stalled in one place.  Cedar trees thick and ??? all over in the woods.  Well I got my fill of fish.  Still have a mess in the ice box and today's catch to clean.  I would just as leave toss them back in the lake.  ??  It got so cold last night I could barley sleep but is a little better tonight.  We have an oil burner in our cottage.  It really heats to.  We will probably almost be home when you get this .  Mother   Card:  Picture Card (Traverse Bay, Michigan), 3.5 x 5.5 inches.   Notes:  12th St. address:  Wilson Grocery Link
PC-112 3 June 1944 FromNorma & Walter  To:  Mrs. Mabel M. Haas  1927 E 17th Street  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Colorado Springs Colo./ Jun 3 1944  Postage:  3-cent Victory "Win the War" stamp   Text:  Greetings from Norma & Walter/ I'll check the places we've seen/ Picturesque Pikes Peak Region, Colorado  Card:  Picture Fan Card (Pikes Peak Region, Colorado), 4 x 6 inches Link
PC-113 27 Jan 1944 From: Norma Robbins   To:  Mrs. Mabel Haas  1927 E. 17th St.  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Kansas City, MO./ Jan 27 1944   Postage:  1-cent Washington stamp Text:  1-27-44  Dearest Mother, I'm in Kansas City.  It is 850 A.M. Thurs. & am waiting for the 10:30 train to Phoenix.  The ride was wonderful so far & really enjoyed it.  Soldiers lined the isles to sleep at night.  Will write later  Love Norma  Card:  Picture Card  (Liberty Memorial at night, Kansas City, Mo.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-114 8 Apr 1943 FromWilma, John, & Mickey Lucas  ToMr. & Mrs. August Haas  1927 E. 17th St  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Lansing, Mich/ Apr 8 1943   Postage:  1-cent Industry-Agriculture For Defense stamp Text:  Wilma, John & Mickey Lucas  Card:  Picture Card (Michigan State College, East Lansing Mich.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-115 9 Jul 1947 FromWilma & John  To:  Mabel Haas  1927 E. 17th ST.  Muncie, Ind  Postmark:  Asheville N.C./ July 9 1947   Postage:  1-cent Washington  Text:  Dear Mother,  We've been everyplace and seen everything.  We just came out of the Smokey Mts.  I nearly froze.  We are going on south.  Love Wilma & John   Card:  Picture Card  (Bears in Great Smoky Mountains National Park), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-116 23 Oct 1943 FromMarj or Olive Haas  To Mrs Mabel Haas  1927 E 17th St  Muncie, Ind.  Postmark:  New York, N.Y./ Oct 23 1943 Postage:  No Stamp (Free)  Text:  Hi Mother  How is every body.  Just got back from Mess & I am waiting for  Card:  Picture Card  (U.S. Naval Training School Bronx. N.Y.), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-117 9 May 1944 FromNorma & Walter To:  Mrs. Mabel Haas  1927 E 17th St  Muncie, Ind Postmark:  Colorado Springs Colo./ May 9 1944   Postage:  Free Text:  P.F.C. Walter C. Robbins - 35569476 / Co B - 413 Inf - A.P.O. 104/ Camp Carson, Colorado/ U.S. Army  (Everything's OK)  Dear Mama - Please send our radio, take it to Sears & have it packed & have it insured for $50.00 Please - Love Norma    Card:  Picture Card  (Colo. Springs, Colo), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-118 2 Nov 1943 From:  Olive & Marj Haas  To:  Mrs. Mabel Haas 1927 E. 17th St  Muncie, Ind   Postmark:  U.S. Navy/ Nov 2 1943   Postage:  Free  Text:  Olive Haas 1/s Reg 18, Bldg A, Apt 2K  U.S.N.J.S. (WR) Bronx New York, 63, New York    Dear Mother,  We are waiting to get a call through to you.  Boy am I nervous.  Bye the way, our Reg. has been changed from 17 to 18.  Don't forget.  Please Write.  Love Olive & Marj  Card:  Picture Card (Telephone Center at U.S. Naval Training School Bronx, New York), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-119 6 Jan 1944 From:  Earl Mitwer  To:  Mrs. August Haas 1927 E. 17th Street  Muncie, Indian   Postmark:  Camp McCoy, Wis./ Jan 6 1944   Postage:  Free  Text:  Pvt. Earl Mitwer 33504570  Cannon Co 417 Inf A.P.O. 76  Camp McCoy, Wisconsin  Dear Everyone,  I am in 417th Inf Cannon Co.  Clif is in the 304th Inf.  He will be using ???  You should see all the clothing they give the men here.  It is snowing as hard as it possibly can just now.  Will write soon.  "Tif"   Card:  Picture/Comic Card  (Camp McCoy),  3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-120 21 Feb 1944 From:  Earl Mitwer  To: Mrs. Mabel Haas  1927 E. 17th St.  Muncie, Ind.   Postmark:  Iron River, Mich/ Feb 21 1944   Postage:  Free  Text:  Pvt. Earl Mitwer  33504570  Cannon Co. 417 Inf.  A.P.O. 76, Camp McCoy, Wisc  Dear Everyone, This is a a poor letter, but it is a good as I can do for the time.  I had to shave yesterday to go to town, but I wanted a shower so I shaved.  Has Norma been skating lately?  You didn't lose any more weight di you?  I might be seeing you in a couple weeks.  Your friend Tif  Card:  Picture Card  (Iron River, Michigan), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-121 8 Jan 1944 From:  Cliff Throp  To Mrs. Mabel Haas  1927 E 17th Street  Muncie Indiana Postmark:  Camp McCoy, Wis./ Jan 8 1944   Postage:  Free  Text:  Pvt. C. F. Throp  32590656  HQ. Co. 2nd BN  304th Inf APO 76  Camp McCoy  Wisconsin  Dear Mrs. Haas,  Never thought I could find the time to write as yet.  Will follow this with a  letter as soon as possible.  AT the present there quite a few complications and adjustments to be met.  The dhow is swell, camp is fine and the training tops.  All of us arrived O.K. and am fine.  Send my regards to Norma and Barbara.  Always, Cliff   Card:  Picture Card  (West Central Wisconsin)  3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-122 1 July 1937 FromNorma & Olive Haas   To Mr. August Haas  1927 E. 17th St  Muncie, Indiana  Postmark:  Columbia City, Ind./ July 1 1937   Postage:  Stamp has been removed "Due 2 Cents"  Text:  Loads of Love Norma & Olive  Dear Daddy,   How are you feeling?  We are allright.  We went rowing and swimming once.  We wrote all the news on Mamma's card so you can get the news from her card.  Are you out of bed yet?  We are down by the grocery store writing these cards.  We have to go quite a ways to the store.   Card:  Picture Card  (Hatchery Tri Lakes Resort Columbia City Ind), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-123 1 July 1937 From:  Norma & Olive Haas   To:  Mrs. August Haas  1927 E. 17th St.  Muncie, Indiana Postmark:  Columbia City, Ind/ Jul 1 1937   Postage:  1-cent Franklin stamp "Due 2 Cents"  Text:  With Lots of Love  Norma & Olive  Dear Mamma  How are you?  Have you got the front room cleaned?  I'll bet it looks nice.  (I) We went swimming Tues.  It is to cold to go now, but maybe we will some day.  I'll sure be glad to get home.  The women have been in to it.  Mrs Gibson was crying last night because Marilyn was sick, but she is better now.  If Mildred Helena Johnson and Lillian were the only women that were it would be allright.  We ahve a dollar besides our$3.  Mrs Gibson gave us .35 for washing dishes ??? & Helena gave us .15.  Write us   Card:  Picture Card  (Resort Columbia City, Ind), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-124 None From:  None  To:  None  Postmark:  None  Postage:  None Text:  None  Card:  Picture Card (Pikes Peak and Rampart Range Road), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-125 None From: None  To:  None  Postmark:  None   Postage:  None  Text:  None  Card:  Comic Card (Who said the Army was mechanized?), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
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PC-126 4 to 7 Sept 1936 From:  None To:  None   Postmark:  None   Postage:  None   Text: August 28 to September 1, 1936 (Crossed out) 9/4/36 to 9/7/36   Card:  Picture Card (Lake George Near Angola, Indiana), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-127 4 to 7 Sept 1936 From:  None To:  None   Postmark:  None   Postage:  None   Text: August 28 to September 1, 1936 (Crossed out) 9/4/36 to 9/7/36   Card:  Picture Card (Lake George, Ind), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-128 4 to 7 Sept 1936 From:  None To:  None   Postmark:  None   Postage:  None   Text: August 28 to September 1, 1936 (Crossed out) 9/4/36 to 9/7/36   Card:  Picture Card (Lake George, Indiana), 3.5 x 5.5 inches Link
PC-129 22 Dec 1967 From:  Mrs. J. W. Morris  222 Stradling Road  Muncie, Indiana 47304  To Marguerite Atha  302 E. Water  Hartford City Ind 47348   Postmark:  Muncie Ind/ 1967 Dec 22    Postage:  4-cent Lincoln Post Office Postcard Text:  "Hello Friend! . . . " Happy Holidays  Mona & Jim  Card:  USPS Postal Card, 4-cent   3.5 x 5.5 inches Link

 

 

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