“So glad you urged me to come.” Postcard printed in Germany for Hulett, Ticonderoga.
Jesse Sumner Wooley postcard of the auditorium and Inn, with a Brown University banner.
On July 29, 1913, Walter writes to his mother, “I arrived safely at noon today and have had enough traveling to last a month at least. Classes don’t start until tomorrow or next day. It certainly is a beautiful place. Lake George is the prettiest thing I have ever seen. Will have to confess tho’ that I am homesick to see you.” And he adds, “My room is in this building.”
Four uncommon winter postcards by Jesse Sumner Wooley, sent by Walter McPeake to his mother in the summer of 1914.
In 1914, Walter writes to his mother in Canonsburg, Pa., “I neglected you yesterday and am sorry. Won’t do it again.” The postcard is by Jesse Sumner Wooley, showing the splash made by George Corsan, a famous swimming instructor.
With the steamboat just leaving. Photo by J.S. Wooley.