Felton Grove Resort: 1937 Postcard (front)

This wonderful postcard is from the Ronnie Trubek Collection. Thanks Ronnie! 

1937 Felton Grove Resort postcard (front). Courtesy Ronnie Trubek Collection.

1937 Felton Grove Resort postcard (front). Courtesy Ronnie Trubek Collection.

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4 Responses to Felton Grove Resort: 1937 Postcard (front)

  1. Columba Lisa says:

    Wow, 1 cent postage! What a neat glimpse into history. Sure makes me wonder what was up with Carl Jr…

  2. vickiwees says:

    Old postcards are such great little time capsules.

    • Carole says:

      I wonder which cabin was the sisters in the post card. When I lived here a short while, a teenage girl came by my cabin and said her grandmother had owned ours at one time and wondered if she could walk in yard. She was all teary eyed and I asked her how long ago her grandmother passed away. She said she was still alive, but, just was teary eyed thinking of all the good times she had here. She also said, that her grand mother will be very happy to see how nice we had taken care of it. I wish one of the old original family members would come by again. I have so many questions to ask. One being if any of them knew of a Rita that lived here or went with someone here that came to the cabin but lived behind the house of the old valley lounge.

      • vickiwees says:

        Maybe we’ll get lucky and someone who sees this blog will have some info about the family. I LOVE connecting with people and helping to put the pieces together. Thanks for sharing your story, Carole!

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