This is a "Plastichrome" vintage postcard made by the Tomlin Art Company of Northport, Long Island, New York. It shows Jones Beach in Long Island, New York.
The postcard was sent to my grandfather, Debs Warren Webster, by Helen Edwards. I don't who Helen Edwards is and how she knew my grandfather. The year it was sent isn't very easy to see because of the placement of the postmark. I think it says 1953.
Written message on postcard:
My dear Folks: What has become of you all??? So long "no hear" Maybe I owe you a line; We are on the rush so much don't seem to be able to keep track of correspondence as I would like to. Pearl Nash said she had not heard from you, either. Let us hear, etc. & will write.
Love from Ray & Me, as ever
#1 Jetmore Place
Massapequa, L.I., N.Y.
I really like how my grandfather wrote "answered" on the postcard.
Description on back of Postcard:
Jones Beach, one of the state parks under the jurisdiction of the Long Island State Park Commission, is located near Wantagh on Long Island's South Shore, 33 miles from New York City. It is easily reached by car through direct connection with the Long Island parkways and by train and bus. Major attractions are surf, pool and bay bathing, dining, out-door dancing, the boardwalk, deck games, pitch-putt golf and playgrounds.
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