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Sender

E. Louise [Duluth, Minnesota, United States]

Recipient

Mrs. J.G. Schneider [St. Joseph, Missouri, United States]

Caption

Split Rock is so named because two cliffs a quarter of a mile apart, when viewed from the lake, appear as one, split in twain. Split Rock Lighthouse, on the brink of a sheer cliff 200 feet above the lake is open to visitors daily except Sunday.

Language of Message

English

Excerpt from Message

Just as you won’t forget dear. I was as glad Margaret had [illegible] with you, for I know [illegible] are lonesome times. We’ve had wonderfully nice sunny days, but today is very cold. It is so nice having Jessie home in the day times and Florence gets home from her teaching about 4.30. They are such a comfort and never [illegible]. So much love, dear, how we did huger for your delicious candy. Loving

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Archives\SDCW Postcard Collection\MN-02B

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Keywords

Lake Superior, Split Rock Lighthouse (Minnesota), Lighthouses, State Parks & Reserves

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