What I love about the card below is the three different facial expressions of the children. The boy on the right makes the card, it looks like he’s thinking “I’m too cool for this.” The girl in the middle looks mad, but she’s trying to hold it in, whereas the girl on the left is in the middle of saying “What are we doing?” The dog is just chilling and trying to have a nice family picture.
It was mailed in June 1908 from Falconer, New York to Randolph, New York. The message references Helen, Ethel, and Clarence being sick with the measles, which are probably the three children on the front of the card. It all started with Myrtle, who was perhaps a cousin or another sibling not shown below.