“I have told you of the postcards——” She spoke in an embarrassed tone.
They all wanted tobacco for themselves and postcards for their friends.
The impression made by these postcards on our men is highly noteworthy.
After supper we counted the dimes we had earned from the postcards—more than $50.
Then, armed with the postcards, I set off for Presho—and the Rosebud.
And in my pocketbook $400, the proceeds from the sale of the postcards.
I had appointed agents to handle my postcards and I was free to cover the story.
We confine ourselves mostly to postcards—they're easier to censor.
So are postcards and the contents of the parcels carried by his Majestys mails.
When postcards came in, like many others he did not approve of them and never used them.