Tuesday, October 6, 2009
200 Love Letters From A 1950’s Soldier
Auction description said:
UP FOR BID ARE 200+ MILITARY U.S.ARMY LOVE LETTERS.FROM WHAT I'VE READ THESE WERE WRITTEN TO A GIRLFRIEND THAT BECAME HIS WIFE.LOTS OF AIR MAIL STAMPS BUT NOT SURE WHERE HE WAS.THE MAIL CAME THROUGH FORT HOOD AND NEW YORK.THE TIME PERIOD WAS THE LATE 50"S.
Sold for $15.15.
Does it make you wonder why these things wind up on eBay too?
Maybe they never had children. Maybe their children weren’t interested in keeping “old” family mementos? Maybe they gave a lot of things to sell to an eBay assistant and didn’t know what they were selling and weren’t paying attention to the auctions?
I have a question for my fellow bloggers:
If you didn’t have any family to pass your beloved items on to, what would you do with them?