Tonight I was at my Mom's house looking at old photos, to photograph. I have a photography project I want to slowly begin working on. But, after looking through old photos for a while my Mom brought out a box of very old love letters written from her father to her mother in 1921 to 1922, they were 16 at the time. They got married in 1922. So here are the love letters and some photos of my Grandpa and Granny in the 1920s. I can't help but think of this song. I loved these, I never knew my Mom's parents.
The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread. ~Mother Teresa
"Darling don't let Tink beat my time. I hurd he said he was going to but I don't believe you would would you." Grandpa spent a lot of time worrying about this Tink guy, I'm glad I didn't have a Grandpa Tink in my family.
Valliant Oklahoma, 2/23/22 Box #262 Miss Ethel Cody, My dearest one will write you a few lines as I have got the blues tonight . I have been studying all evening about you wondering if you were just joking about sending me that letter when I was up there I didn't get it Saturday.."