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Montgomery, L.M. (Lucy Maud)
L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection.
Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
For further information about this item, refer to: Cavert, Mary Beth (2020). "L.M. Montgomery’s Picture Postcards to George Boyd MacMillan 1904–1941." Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies. (December 14, 2020). n.p. https://journaloflmmontgomerystudies.ca/jlmms/cavert/lm-montgomerys-pict...
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A postcard, postdated July 2 1908, bearing a message in L.M. Montgomery's handwriting addressed to "Mr. Geo. B. MacMillan". George Boyd MacMillan (1881-1953) was a Scottish journalist and writer, and a favourite correspondent of L.M. Montgomery. The two were first introduced, by letter, in 1903, through an American writer who was developing a circle of literary pen friends. Although Montgomery and MacMillan only met briefly in-person, during her 1911 honeymoon in Scotland, their voluminous exchange of letters, postcards, and gifts continued until late 1941, just months before Montgomery's death. PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT: "We are having weather to match yours - never knew such a lovely June. Am sending a different style of card. L.M.M."