But this is a little ridiculous:
A postcard featuring a color drawing of Santa Claus and a young girl was mailed in 1914, but its journey was slower than. It just arrived in northwest Kansas.
The Christmas card was dated Dec. 23, 1914, and mailed to Ethel Martin of Oberlin, apparently from her cousins in Alma, Neb.
If your math is slow, that’s 93 years late.
Ethel is deceased, so the Post Office went out of their way to get it to her sister-in-law, Bernice Martin. Bernice was told that the card was apparently found somewhere in Illinois.
There’s gotta be an interesting story in there somewhere.