Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
With its photogenic lines of palm trees, the cemetery now called Angelus Rosedale has appeared in the Clive Barker film Lord of Illusions, Nightmare on Elm Street 4: the Dream Master and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, as well as many episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and Six Feet Under.
This view shows how lovely the place is when California isn’t suffering from a drought.  The card is postmarked March 7, 1908 at 11 a.m. Notice that the postman needs nothing more than a name, city, and the abbreviation of the state to deliver it.
The note says in part, “Received your photos and Nora they are just simply fine and I aprecate them very very much.”  (That’s Leslie’s spelling, not mine.)  Wonder how old they were to be sending postcards of cemeteries to each other? Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
With its photogenic lines of palm trees, the cemetery now called Angelus Rosedale has appeared in the Clive Barker film Lord of Illusions, Nightmare on Elm Street 4: the Dream Master and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, as well as many episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and Six Feet Under.
This view shows how lovely the place is when California isn’t suffering from a drought.  The card is postmarked March 7, 1908 at 11 a.m. Notice that the postman needs nothing more than a name, city, and the abbreviation of the state to deliver it.
The note says in part, “Received your photos and Nora they are just simply fine and I aprecate them very very much.”  (That’s Leslie’s spelling, not mine.)  Wonder how old they were to be sending postcards of cemeteries to each other?

Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, California

With its photogenic lines of palm trees, the cemetery now called Angelus Rosedale has appeared in the Clive Barker film Lord of IllusionsNightmare on Elm Street 4: the Dream Master and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, as well as many episodes of Buffy the Vampire SlayerCharmed, and Six Feet Under.

This view shows how lovely the place is when California isn’t suffering from a drought.  The card is postmarked March 7, 1908 at 11 a.m. Notice that the postman needs nothing more than a name, city, and the abbreviation of the state to deliver it.

The note says in part, “Received your photos and Nora they are just simply fine and I aprecate them very very much.”  (That’s Leslie’s spelling, not mine.)  Wonder how old they were to be sending postcards of cemeteries to each other?

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