The last card is the only one with a message on the back. It was sent to Mrs. George Collier in Warsaw, New York in 1927.
The message reads:
We are having a nice visit with the Judd family. Carrie
I found a little bit of information on the Collier family. The Perry Herald reported on May 12, 1926 that, Mr. and Mrs. George Collier motored to Buffalo on Wednesday and visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mauaher.
This announcement was followed by:
The farmers began sowing peas on last Friday.
Mrs. George Gould of Warsaw spent from Friday until Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Fred Adrian.
Mrs. Mildred Widrig was home from Geneseo for the week end.
Among many other announcements, it was also noted that, Mr. and Mrs, W.H. Scott called at the George W. Beardsley home Monday afternoon, and that, Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Beardsley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Travis of Silver Springs.
Nothing got past those reporters, not even the fact that Charles Sage had purchased a new Chevrolet Coupe.
This one seems particularly appropriate, since Jane Austen books all revolve around visits between households and families:
Miss Jane Austin of Geneseo was a guest Sunday of her grandfather, E.G. Austin.