Tag Archives: Ellen Clapsaddle
This month marks my 8 year anniversary of postcard collecting. My grandmom passed away in May 2008, and we went through her house and cleaned it out in September 2008, which is when I found the box that would FOREVER … Continue reading
“Nor shall their story be forgot.” In memory of all our brave servicemen and women who lost their lives for our country.<3
Back in 2011 I posted a Clapsaddle Easter card that reminded me of Alice and Wonderland. I have since purchased two other cards from the same series and realized I never posted either of them, so here is one of … Continue reading
Halloween is only 15 short days away! What better way to start counting down than by looking at Halloween postcards. This unsigned Ellen Clapsaddle Halloween card was mailed October 25, 1921 from Millbury, Massachusetts to Block Island, Rhode Island. It’s … Continue reading
I haven’t been searching much for Clapsaddle since I started collecting soldiers mail, but I recently one this Easter card on eBay. Easter Clapsaddle cards are my favorite of all the holidays. “I’ve planted the seeds in my garden, you … Continue reading
“Sweet Irish smiles I gaily fling, and give you all fair warning, I’m going to dance and going to sing, on St. Patrick’s day in the morning.” This Clapsaddle girl and poem were mailed on March 5, 1918. There are … Continue reading
Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours! Valentine Greeting by Ellen Clapsaddle. Mailed February 13, 1906. Whitney boy and girl, mailed February 13, 1922. Cute stick figure postcard. “I love pretty flowers, and I love candy, too, ’cause they’re sweet … Continue reading
Mailed on December 28, 1909 to welcome in 1910. Whitney New Year Greetings, mailed December 30, 1921. Clapsaddle Native American baby, part of a New Year series. Mailed December 22, 1913.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Clapsaddle Christmas Cheer. Santa in a blue hat. Little Twelvetrees Santa.