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ItemBoys Dormatory Spring Arbor Seminary, Spring Arbor Mich.(Drake Bros., Jackson, Mich. Printed in Germany, 1882) ItemJohn Elllison: Obituary(The Free Methodist, 1893-04-26) Free Methodist ChurchJohn Ellison's obituary expounding on his personal life facts but mostly dedicated to his service to the Free Methodist Church. In addition, "An Appeal" is a column dedicated to raising funds to offset the mortgage held by his wife, Sister Eunice Ellison. ItemSpring Arbor Seminary Campus c. 1907(1907)POSTMARKS: Nov 7, 1907: Imlay City, Michigan; Burnside, Michigan: Spring Arbor, Michigan;  City, Michigan. ADDRESSEE: Miss Ada Somerville MESSAGE: Dear friend! This is a picture of the boys and girls dormitories and the boarding hall. I am getting along finely but I have to study hard. How are all you folks out your way. Yor friend, Ray. B. SIDENOTE: Where is Herb now? ItemGreetings from Spring Arbor Mich(1909)POSTMARK: March 11, 1909 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Miss Lucy Andrus, South Haven, Mich. Forest Ave. MESSAGE: Dear Friend, - your card at hand some time ago. School going about the same as ever. We are very near "exams" now. Will be glad when they are over. We are having very find spring weather, keep out of mischief. 3/6-09. Wilbur ItemGreetings from Spring Arbor, Mich.(1909-10-21)POSTMARK: October 21, 1909 ADDRESSEE: Mr. Fred Gyles, 802 Washington St., Albion, Mich. MESSAGE: This postcard isant very pretty but it is all I have. Dear Bro. Now we received your card, we glad to hear from you. Mamma and Cora are going to Chessaning to stay over Sunday. All are well. Mabel. ItemSpring Arbor Seminary(Drake Bros., Jackson, Mich., 1912-03-04)NOTE: "Wrong Delivery" ADDRESSEE: Miss Ida Williams, Bloomfield, Indiana. POSTMARK: Union City, March 1912. MESSAGE: Dear Friend, was down to Spring Arbor last Saturday to a surprise party. The people expected one couple and there was eight of us went had a dandy time. The town is all Free Methodist didn't git home [MS. spot] noon. I couldn't find what I wanted to send you for a present for your birthday. So sent a little box instead. We have good sleighing yet it is nice day times but cold nights. With best wishes. I am ever your friend. F.T. Merritt. This school is run by the Free Methodist[s]. ItemAdministration Hall - Spring Arbor, Mich. 352-3.(1912-09-26)POSTMARK: Sep 26 1912 Spring Arbor, Mich ADDRESSEE: Miss. Madge Scofield, Leslie, Mich, R.D.MS. MESSAGE: I want my rubber boot and winter coat. I do quite a bit of [freezing] around out here doing one thing and another so let me know when papa can work me. Tell Donald that I will send him the picture of the boys dormitory some day. This is the school building. Tell Ted that there are not many pretty girls out here. Your brother Lynn SECOND MESSAGE: Spring Arbor Sept 26. Dear little Madge-how are you. I am well. The weather is cold this morning; [?] it. I was very much pleased with your little letter, although it made me feel as if I would like to get home and see you. I suppose Rob is helping Art, is he not? I see that the week is nearly gone and no frost yet. Therefore there is but a very ten soft ears of corn in the field. I am glad that you like Hazel. You and [broze?] eat lots of watermelons and grapes for me and cut corn hard next week and yes eat two pieces of pumpkin pie for me. I expect to get home some day when the corn gets ripe. Item"S.A.S."(1913)POSTMARK: December 15, 2013 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Mr. Herm Kelley, Leslie, Mich. R.D. #4 MESSAGE: Dear Bro. I thought I would write you and let you know that the F.M. at Dansville are having some fine preaching by S.K. Wheatlake the conference evangelist. I would like to have you drive over and attend the meeting. It certainly will not harm you and perhaps it may be a blessing to you this may be the last week. Yours truly, . A. Scofield ItemI'm Enjoying Myself in Spring Arbor Wish You Were Here(1913)POSTMARK: Dec 5, 1913 ADDRESSEE: Mr. Wm. A. Dorn[how?], Shabboua, Mich. #4. Hello Willie! Where have you been keeping your self? I haven't heard a thing of you since I came down here. I wouldn't know whether you were dead or living. If Francis comes down at Xmas have him bring me a pair of tennis shoes if there are any there. I wish you could both come down for Xmas. ((Answer)) From Chas. D. ItemTrain Wreck(1914)Postmark: Spring Arbor, Mich Sept 29 Addressee: Mrs Julia Monroe Bronson, Mich. Message: Dear Ma. This is a train wreck that happened at Spring Arbor station. This is the engine and there was 16 cars burning in a pile back of the engine the cars was ful[l] of pig and one of meat butter and eggs. One man killed we had no school that day and all went to see it. ItemJust a line from Spring Arbor The scenery is fine(1914)POSTMARK: February 26, 1914 Spring Arbor, Mich ADDRESSEE: Mr. Willie Dornton, Shabbona, Mich. Route H MESSAGE: Dear Brother; How are you getting along at school? Does Mrs. White ever give you a little[?] information? I am managing my work pretty well, but don't have much time to talk to the girls. Ha! Ha! I am satisfied with that however. you want to work good and hard and pass the exams next spring, then Mrs. White won't worry you any more. Write soon. From your brother. Chas.