The Jarndyke Envelope

The Jarndyke Envelope

The Jarndyke Envelope

The envelope found in the Jarndyke Ark
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Return Address
The envelope was sent from a Heartland Zone-based organization called the St. Louis Justice Fund. GLZ armed forces razed St. Louis in a series of airstrikes after retreating, handing the HLZ a pyrrhic victory. The St. Louis Justice Fund appears to be a non-profit group seeking reparations for the destruction wrought on the city; their logo depicts the ruined St. Louis arch.
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Address
Patricia Harback is presumably Matthew Jarndyke’s girlfriend and the recipient of the mailing from the St. Louis Justice Fund. Harback lives in Loves Park, which is corroborated by receipts found in Jarndyke’s wallet. This open correspondence with a group at odds with the GLZ led arkologists to question the extent of the GLZ’s authority and surveillance state, expanding our understanding of civil liberties in the Zone.
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Stamp
The stamp seen on this envelope features a dead hare dangling by the foot along with the phrase “Insoluble birthright,” the latter of which has surfaced in Arks found in Missouri and Iowa as a rallying cry for the Heartland Zone.
Postmark
The envelope was mailed from Springfield, in our Missouri, on September 19, NE0021. It is unknown when Jarndyke obtained it or why he chose this envelope in particular to store the magazine clippings.

Envelope
9.5″ x 4.06″ (24.13 cm x 10.31 cm)

The discovery of the envelope in the Jarndyke Ark shook the world of arkology, providing information about Jarndyke’s personal life and life in the GLZ and beyond.

Itself an artifact with accompanying insights about the war between the Heartland and Great Lakes Zones, its inclusion of a trove of magazine clippings provided scholars with a view into events across the globe, while the letter from Patricia Harback to Matthew Jarndyke illuminated his actions at the Kicking Water Manufacturing Facility.

The envelope found in the Jarndyke Ark
1
Return Address
The envelope was sent from a Heartland Zone-based organization called the St. Louis Justice Fund. GLZ armed forces razed St. Louis in a series of airstrikes after retreating, handing the HLZ a pyrrhic victory. The St. Louis Justice Fund appears to be a non-profit group seeking reparations for the destruction wrought on the city; their logo depicts the ruined St. Louis arch.
2
Address
Patricia Harback is presumably Matthew Jarndyke’s girlfriend and the recipient of the mailing from the St. Louis Justice Fund. Harback lives in Loves Park, which is corroborated by receipts found in Jarndyke’s wallet. This open correspondence with a group at odds with the GLZ led arkologists to question the extent of the GLZ’s authority and surveillance state, expanding our understanding of civil liberties in the Zone.
3
Stamp
The stamp seen on this envelope features a dead hare dangling by the foot along with the phrase “Insoluble birthright,” the latter of which has surfaced in Arks found in Missouri and Iowa as a rallying cry for the Heartland Zone.
Postmark
The envelope was mailed from Springfield, in our Missouri, on September 19, NE0021. It is unknown when Jarndyke obtained it or why he chose this envelope in particular to store the magazine clippings.

Envelope
9.5″ x 4.06″ (24.13 cm x 10.31 cm)

The discovery of the envelope in the Jarndyke Ark shook the world of arkology, providing information about Jarndyke’s personal life and life in the GLZ and beyond.

Itself an artifact with accompanying insights about the war between the Heartland and Great Lakes Zones, its inclusion of a trove of magazine clippings provided scholars with a view into events across the globe, while the letter from Patricia Harback to Matthew Jarndyke illuminated his actions at the Kicking Water Manufacturing Facility.

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The envelope found in the Jarndyke Ark
1
Return Address
The envelope was sent from a Heartland Zone-based organization called the St. Louis Justice Fund. GLZ armed forces razed St. Louis in a series of airstrikes after retreating, handing the HLZ a pyrrhic victory. The St. Louis Justice Fund appears to be a non-profit group seeking reparations for the destruction wrought on the city; their logo depicts the ruined St. Louis arch.
2
Address
Patricia Harback is presumably Matthew Jarndyke’s girlfriend and the recipient of the mailing from the St. Louis Justice Fund. Harback lives in Loves Park, which is corroborated by receipts found in Jarndyke’s wallet. This open correspondence with a group at odds with the GLZ led arkologists to question the extent of the GLZ’s authority and surveillance state, expanding our understanding of civil liberties in the Zone.
3
Stamp
The stamp seen on this envelope features a dead hare dangling by the foot along with the phrase “Insoluble birthright,” the latter of which has surfaced in Arks found in Missouri and Iowa as a rallying cry for the Heartland Zone.
Postmark
The envelope was mailed from Springfield, in our Missouri, on September 19, NE0021. It is unknown when Jarndyke obtained it or why he chose this envelope in particular to store the magazine clippings.

Envelope
9.5″ x 4.06″ (24.13 cm x 10.31 cm)

The discovery of the envelope in the Jarndyke Ark shook the world of arkology, providing information about Jarndyke’s personal life and life in the GLZ and beyond.

Itself an artifact with accompanying insights about the war between the Heartland and Great Lakes Zones, its inclusion of a trove of magazine clippings provided scholars with a view into events across the globe, while the letter from Patricia Harback to Matthew Jarndyke illuminated his actions at the Kicking Water Manufacturing Facility.