FOUND by Kevin Krieger in Berwick, Pennsylvania
Found this letter blowing down the street on a rainy day. Brando is lucky!
FOUND by Eric Howald and Andrew Jackson in Keizer, Oregon
A co-worker and I found this note in back of our workplace. It’s not typically frequented by many other than those of us that work in the building, so we’re at a loss as to where it might have come from. Sending it to FOUND in hopes that it somehow makes it’s way to the intended recipient.
FOUND by Angelpunk inside a Calvin and Hobbes book I bought at a thrift store
I wonder if Paul ever sent this letter to Sarah. Did he change his mind and stuff the letter inside a book? Maybe Sarah got it and put it in the book. I’d like to think there was a happy-ever-after to this story but more likely these two drifted apart after this incident. Who knows.
FOUND by Gideon Ansell in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
My daughter, a student at Bryn Mawr College, gave me a book purchased in a used bookstore. The book itself was a birthday gift, but the real gift came tucked inside, in the form of a long, hidden, multi-colored apologia, or “appolagy” as it is termed in the missive.
FOUND by Derrick Nelson in the Reading Room of the New York Public Library, Manhattan, New York City, New York
Found this casually discarded by itself on top of a bookshelf in the main reading room of the New York Public Library (the Stephen A. Schwarzman building to be specific). I am torn between thinking it’s sad that a mom couldn’t say this in person to her kids, it sounds like she abandoned them, and what kind of mom uses the formal expression, “thank you in advance for your understanding”? At the same time I think how cool it must be to have a mom that leaves you secret messages hidden throughout NYC.
FOUND by Glenda Lynne in found in a box full of junk in the garage
I have no idea where this note came from or how it ended up in a box of my own junk in my garage. I have had many workers in and out of my garage in years past– repair workers, renovators, etc. Maybe it was one of theirs. It is also possible that it might have belonged to one of the many teenagers and young people who have resided with me through the years, kids who had no other place to go.