Not so Wordless Wednesday: Outdoor Places in Worcester, Massachusetts

     I love old postcards.  I wanted to share some of the postcards I bought through e-bay.  My Great Grandfather Ambrose E. Cully migrated to Worcester, MA in the late 1880’s.  His in-laws, (My Great Great Grandmother and Great Great Aunt) migrated in the 1870’s and were members of the Old African American Community during Reconstruction.  They were active participants in building their community in hopes of opening opportunities for their children and their children’s children.

Lake Quinsegamond
Worcester, Mass
My Aunts & Uncles would row a boat in this Lake

Green Hill Park, General View
Worcester, MA
1940
Hello, After the fair & a day in NY, we drove along the coast of Conn & R.I.
and are now going thru Mass to N.H.-Guess we won’t get to
Springfield but I’m thinking of you.  Alice

A Shady Path
Green Hill Park
Worcester, Mass

March 6, 1911

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