I believe this is the only other shot I have of Minnie Gurr, this time with friends.
I'd like to introduce you to Minnie's friends Eunice Robinson on the top with May Flournoy in the middle.
Good luck figuring out what Minnie wrote.
MrCachet from Old Paper Art has deciphered the card:
When are you coming to (Union?) I have spent most of this summer visiting, and am now on to (?) I got the little cushion I am sending you in Atlantic City, N.J.Mary Lou from Mary Lou Rambles suggests the following:
To me it looks like "am now in Augusta"UPDATE: Some information about May Flournoy, second from the top, and Eunice Robinson, top, provided by IntenseGuy.
He located May's headstone at Find a Grave.
May was born on October 4, 1890 and died September 24, 1982. She was married to Forest C. Glenn, born on January 13, 1885, died on August 18, 1938. That's a long time to be a widow.The following is about Eunice:
Eunice Robinson appears to have been a pre-college friend and the "baby of the bunch." She married Mr. Roper (not of the TV show fame). Her find-a-grave memorial is here. From what I can tell from the US Census records, Eunice was employed at a cotton mill as a cloth checker - and later a farmer's wife. I'm not 100% sure this is the "right Eunice" but she and Minnie Gurr were both from Trion, Chattooga, Georgia.Eunice Blanche Robinson was born on August 4, 1892 and died April 19(?), 1981,
If anyone is a member of Find a Grave and would like to post May's or Eunice's image at the site let me know.