Historic postcards are ubiquitous at flea markets and antique malls. They’re a glimpse into the past of a scene someone wanted to share with another. This particular postcard was mailed from Nelsonville in March of 1909 to Dr. Butts from his Mom while he was in medical school in Cincinnati. A quick note on the back of a card was the cheapest way to stay in touch. It was the early-20th century version of a text message: All’s well. See you home soon.