Gather Round Children, Gather Round

 In Ken Foust, Paper

By Ken Foust

AN EMPTY ENVELOPE, even one sent from an old toy company, rarely tells us much. The return address might include a trademark, confirm a location, or perhaps list some types of toys the company made. A postmark helps establish when the firm was in operation. And the name of the recipient can tell us either whom the sender was doing business with, or at least hoped to. But in most cases, that’s about it.


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