Postcard – Cathedral Rocks & Poudre Lakes at Milner Pass

Postmarked: 5 July 1932 from Sterling CO
Addressed to: Lula & Erma Gray, Craig MO

Had a fine
trip thru all
feeling fine
go to Morgan to-
morrow. Cool
today.
Lena

Printed on front of card:
Cathedral Rocks and Poudre Lakes at Milner Pass
Alt. 10,759 feet, Grand Lake – Estes Park Road, Colorado

Printed on back of card:
Milner Pass is a strange example of the Continental Divide lying far below Fall River Pass, the highest point on the Circle Tour. The Pass is extremely picturesque; the road runs through beautiful timber; passing the beautiful granite shafts called the Cathedral Rocks; reversing itself sharply skirting the Poudre Lakes which feed their waters to the Atlantic and running directly below its course above, crosses the pass and drops into a corridor like valley whose streamlet flows to the Pacific Ocean.

Postcard – I get my vacation next week

Postmark 8 October 1910 Denver CO
Addressed to: Mr. Alex Gray, Craig, MO

Oct – 8 – 10
We rec’d ? card
and we are all well
I get my vacation next
week don’t know yet
if we will go anywhere
weather is fine out
here was just like summer
will let you know
when we get the apples
Yours as ever,
W M Adamson

This may be from William M. Adamson, husband of Irena E. Parrish Adamson. Their Find A Grave memorials are here and here.

 

Notecard – Thanking You For Your Kind Sympathy

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted an item from the postcard and letter collection from the Gray family collection.

GRAY Alex and family from LAWRENCE Mary

Postmarked: January 4, 1929
Addressed: Mr & Mrs Alex Gray, Lula & Erma

Thanking you for your kind sympathy expressed in the beautiful flowers received.
Mrs. Mary Lawrence and children

Mary Lawrence was Mary Malinda Morr Lawrence. This would have been sent after the death of her husband Christian Lawrence on December 19, 1928 in Craig, Missouri.