100-year-old love letters back where they belong

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  1. zwiebel

    zwiebel New Member

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    When Gino Teliho began renovating her historic house in Buckhead, Atlanta, she found a cache of old love letters hidden in a ceiling. They had originally been sent to a lady living in Pennsylvania in 1915 and were so precious they'd been taken to Georgia decades ago, when the recipient moved.

    Gino felt the letters should be returned to the family of the writer and launched a Facebook appeal, which went viral and was answered by an historian. With his help she eventually managed to track down the great grandson of Norman T. Arnold, who had written the letters to his wife Hannah.


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  3. Springrain

    Springrain Buckskin Girl was Marcia King

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    This is so sweet & adorable! Such a touching story.

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