A POSTCARD'S STORY CONTINUES
Friends on Three Continents Continuing Journeys into the Past
Here for Russian Language Version
Translated by Anastasia Andronova
The page A Postcard's Story went live on the Internet in late 2012, and not long afterward attracted the attention of family members of those involved over 100 years ago. In November of 2013, even more material emerged.
Anastasia Andronova wrote the following on November 24, 2013:
Good morning, Phil, Paul and John!
Here is another surprise, concerning our postcard story! A German collector has read the postcard story, which has been published by Phil, and he found Hartmuth Branz on Facebook, who helped me with translation of the postcard. This German collector said that he had a collection of 23 postcards addressed Elvira Kremo! Hartmuth connected to me and told this amazing story and sent postcards.
Here are these 23 postcards and other 3 postcards which were not addressed to Ella, but were in this collection too. There is a postcard from Theodore!
I found in the Internet several of the people who sent these postcards, who were also famous performing artists. All information and postcards is in an attached file. There is also a biography of one of the senders, Gaston Palmer, a famous French juggler.
The Kremka Brothers, The
and The Salvano Family
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