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1857 Plain Postcard
Posted on 28th May 1857 in Abernethy : sent to F J/T? Barrett Miller Street, Glasgow
Many thanks for your kind enclosures duly received
1880 Plain Postcard (with CARTOLINA POSTALE DIECI CENTESIMI on front)
Addressed to: M? Stanley Gibbons and Co. Gower 8
Street 8, London
Turin to 29 May 1880
Texpedite to you 4600 stamp Italian well assorted 9d 1000 = 3.6.
I pray you that you expedite to me followings paKets:
?65 (25 Colonials) 1. 0
?618 (40 Unused stamps) 2. 6
No expedite thers and y
refuse others and y no much
great want of request paKets
Via Cernaia, 30
1889 Plain Postcard (with UNIONE POSTALE UNIVERSALE CARTOLINA ITALIANA PER L'ESTERO CENTESIMI DIECI on front)
Addressed to: Mrs. Carson, Street Lane (looks like) Wellington, Shropshire
Naples, Italy. Jan. 31/89. Dear Mrs Wood, I feel much sympathy for you confined to your bed, but I dare say it is the best place for you in the winter. May the Lord strengthen you on your bed of weakness. Much Christian love to you. Please remember me to Joseph Ellen & Kath. I am much better, thank God J. G? Cr????????
1889 Plain Postcard (with CARTOLINA POSTALE DIECI CENTESIMI on front)
Addressed to: Mrs Elton Sherrington Rectory, Newport Pagnell,
Hotel de France? Palermo
19. 2. 89 2 pm
I have only a minute to write this We arrived last night; all excellent. Have 2 letters + 2 p.c. from you. Good journey yesterday. Just off with Fed? Uncle (looks like) to see Monreale (looks like), where there is a wonderful church. Called this morning on Mrs Rob. Whitaker, but she was in bed. Had 5 hrs in Catania (looks like) yesterday a fine well built town, but little to see Shall wire from Naples anyhow. Perhaps before Leave Marsala (looks like) prob 26 or 27th, but not certain as to day ????
Postcard (with illustration of base section of the Eiffel Tower)
Posted by ?* on 29th August 1889 from the top of the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France : sent to Mr Petrie, c/o Messrs Marshall Sne?ro??,* Vere Street, London W. * the last three letters of the signature look like ...rat
(Note) all the text has been scored out.
Paris Aug 28th 1(889)
I beg to send you my best compliments from the top of the Tower I remain Yours truly
Postcard (relates to Alloa Football Club & Dunblane Football Club)
Posted by D L Eadie on 17th December 1892 in Dunblane : sent to Mr W Michie Alloa F C, Carselbridge, Alloa
Dunblane F C County Buildings
Could you oblige Dunblane by coming here on Saturday fvist (sic) 24th Decr Guarantee Two pounds < refreshments Home & home fixtures to be arranged at same terms Please write by return or wire if suitable & oblige
D. L Eadie
P.S. If you cant come please write & let me know if you could come here on 7th Jany at same terms
Have to thank you for prompt attention to ???
Cartolina Postale Italiana
Posted by Dolle? on 28th January 1896 in Palermo : sent to Mrs Weismuller Shardeloes Road, New Cross, London
Hotel des Palmes, Palermo
Tuesday - 28/1/96.
? D. S.
I cannot understand, why you have not written here again. are (is) there no news? - We leave today for Girguti, Catonia & Mes??? write me Grand Hotel, Naples.
All well, weather has been here rainy, dull and rather cold. Love to all Your affect Dolle?
1898 Plain Postkatre - Weltpostverein (several other cards of this type available for research)
Posted by ? on 26th November 1898 in Hamburg : Sent to
Whitfield, King & Co. Ltd, Ipswich
Please send me still 1000 Sets Saxony, but I hope, you wi'll (will) do it a little cheaper
(printed text with MS entries)
Posted by ? on 9th June 1900 in Edinburgh : Sent to messrs Oakbank Oil Coy Ltd Mid Calder
General Steam navigation Co., Edinburgh, 9th June 1900.
The undermentioned Goods came duly to hand, and were forwarded per Rainbow to-day. ROBERT SINCLAIR.
1 Bag Solid Paraffin
If lighterage or transhipping is effected by or at the cost of the Company, it is so done at the risk of the Owner of the Goods, and neither the Company, the Barge Owners, no Lightermen, are responsible for the risks of lighterage, nor for delay or expense caused by Strikes.
Vieux Paris : Le Pignon de la Grande Salle du Palais
Posted by Martha/Marthe? on 25th September 1900 in Paris : Sent to Mademoiselle ? Paton Banksop, Johnstone, Ecosse
Nous rentrons jindi a Monkeinb? et dis mon retour je vous ecrisai Mille amities Martha
Abbey & Bay
Posted by J. T.? H. Sanders? on 30th January 1902 in Barnsta.... : Sent to T A Gourd? Southern way?, Exeter
(From Dolie House 10.45 P.M.
Dear Gourd? Hope to meet you at Bath. does'nt the water look tempting."See Above" Yours fondly J.T.? Sanders
Great Stalk of Duncansby
Posted by ? on 18th July 1902 in Thurso : Sent to Ronald B Cox Dungarthill, Dunkeld
Knox's House, Old Edinburgh
Posted by M Bruce on 25th July 1902 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Gracie M Boyd Eversley, Largs, Ayrshire
14. Spottiswoode Street, Edinburgh
Thank you so much for letter. I shall write soon, meanwhile I send this for "the collection". Met Mrs. Fleck near Princes Street on Tuesday she was at Margaret's Prize giving. ?ul? sends love. M. Bruce
Posted by Mum on 25th July 1902 in Dunkeld : Sent to Master Ronald B Cox Clifton House, Nairn
I hope you are having this nice hot weather, and that the swimming bath is full now! We are all well. Mum
1902 Island, On the Dochart, Killin
Posted by ? on 12th? August 1902 in ? : Sent to Mrs Gemmell Comiston Drive, Edinburgh
Arrived so far on my journey, having enjoyed scenery very exquisite have 1¼ hrs to wait here going to have dinner, hope to arrive home safe. Hope your foot is easier Love ? ?
Posted by Bessie on 4th August 1902 Portree : Sent to Miss Carrie Scott Auchinlea, Hunter's Quay, Argyleshire
Sunday evening Portree
Carrie Dear How are you all getting on? How is the new bicycle doing?
I am going to see this castle on Tuesday. It will be a drive of 44 miles. Love to your Mother & all the Kids. Bessie Is Blair home? Give him my warmest greathings? (greetings)?
1902 Bruges :
L'Interieur du Cafe Flessingue 2, r. des Blanchisseurs
Posted by M E Dunsterwille on 14th August 1902 in London : Sent to Miss Potter Herdham Road, Wandsworth Common, London
Message : nil
1902 Ilkley from North West
Posted by ? on 21st August 1902 in Ilkley : Sent to Miss Maud Pearson The Cairn Hydro, Harrogate
Highfield, on the top of the moor, I like best, but it would?
1902 Glasgow University
Posted by M. A F. on 28th August 1902 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss L French c/o St Vincent's Street, Glasgow
Gae seek for pleasure where ye will
But here I never miss'd it yet
Many Happy returns of the day. M. A. F.
1902 The Cliffs Ilfracombe
Posted by Freda on 16th September 1902 in Ch....... : Sent to Miss Winne Withicombe Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
Shall be glad to exchange with you again. Have you this (the postcard)
16. 9. 02
1902 Established Church, Alyth
Posted by Eileen on 22nd September 1902 in Alyth : Sent to Master Ronald Cox Dungarthill, Dunkeld
Love from Eileen
1902 Scott Monument Edinburgh
Posted by L Cox on 1st November 1902 in Edinburgh : Sent to Master Ronald B Cox Dungarthill, Dunkeld
Saturday I am better, & hope to be home soon. Thanks for your letter. L. Cox
1902 Place de l'Hyppodrôme
- Salut de Constantinople
Posted by W on 18th December 1902 in London? : Sent to J F Clark Castle Avenue, Hale End, Chingford, Essex
?? Twig the icicles upside down. Merry Xmas & many of 'em. Cold enough here for out. W.
Posted by Margaret on 23rd January 1903 in Matlock Bridge : Sent to Miss M Shand Northumberland Street, Edinburgh
Smedley's Hydro 21/01/03 --- My dear Margaret. You will see by the address that we are at another Hydro at Matlock. This one os very nice. With love thanking you for your last post card. Margaret
The Roman Baths
Posted by Lily on 1st? February 1903 in Cowdenbeath : Sent to Miss K Dodds c/o Dodds, Douglas Street, Dunfermline
Dear Miss Dodds
I'm coming in on Sat, what time shall you be in for any train will suit me. Hoping you are well I am Yours Truly Lily
East Lyn Valley
Posted by E. B. S. on 10th February 1903 in Instow : Sent to Miss E Frost Hohenlinden, St Mildred's R...... , Westgate-on-Sea
North End Cottage Instow
I dont think I have sent you one of Lynmouth, before. hope you are quite well. with love From. E. B. S.
Near Inverey, Aberdeenshire
Posted by ? on 4th March 1903 in Llandilo : Sent to Miss Gaddum Brockhole, Windermere
Joke card - couple sitting on bench under umbrella (107 scan box) : Text as
Posted by ? on 7th April 1903 in Falkirk : Sent to Miss Brown Rose Street, Edinburgh
Falkirk April 7th 1903 -
Dear Miss Brown. I was expecting you out the week end and stay over till Tuesday morning as monday was your holiday. However we will just look forward to your visit when the weather wull surely be better. How are you all getting on. tomorrow is our holiday and I am going to Glasgow on business, but if all goes well I will have one in Edin. how are your friends all as? .......
Posted by L M on 15th April 1903 in Ilkley : Sent to Mrs Moor Northgate, Darlington
Will be home to night 11.15 The boys would like to stay until tomorrow The weather here is perfect with love to all L M
Kyles of Bute
Posted by ? on 3rd (or) 30th April 1903 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Smellie Herriot Street, Pollockshields (Glasgow)
1903?/1908? Miss Zena Dare (107 scan box)
Posted by Auntie on 26th April 1903 (or 1908) Chapel-en-le-Frith, England : Sent to Miss H Pr??? c/o Mrs Salt, Station Road, New Whittington, Chesterfield
Dear Hanny How are you all at New W. have you forgotten Auntie now how is Auntie Pollie we are having some funny weather snow and all sorts. with love Auntie
The Tower. London
Posted by Mary in May 1903 in Maida-Hil......, London? : Sent to Miss Kyle Seafield, Isle of Whithorn, Scotland
Had a grand journey & a good bit of sightseeing; have arrived at Dr Ross', a nice place. Been a lovely day. Hope all are well. Mary
Plain Postcard : Postkarte (some of text quite worn and illegible)
Posted by Tom? on 9th June 1903 in Heidelberg, Germany : Sent to J. Graham Callander, Rupert Street, Glasgow
Heidelberg, Landhausstrasse 22 bei Frau Le??
It appears now that I must fork? out a passport or get .......... birth-certificate, go to Manheim & obtain a passport from the consul there. If I try to get a birth-certificate I know from experience that will mean a delay of about a month, meanwhile fines will build up against me & all sorts of trouble will follow. I dont see why .... could not fill up that form, get it signed & present it yourself at the proper place and then forward the passport when you get it. You see what a mess has been made of it. If you dont manage that let me know & I'll write to Airth & (though they'll take weeks & weeks) & then get a pass in Manheim meanwhile I am feeling abominably annoyed with these ........... & wish the consul would come & rat them up Tom ...........................
1903? Victoria Falls, Loch Maree
Posted by Meg on 19th? June? 1903? in Poole : Sent to Miss Reid c/o Gillespie Crescent, Edinburgh
With kind regards Meg.
1903 By Loch Achilty
Posted by Decima? on 6th July 1903 in Aberdeen : Sent to Miss Sellar 29 Mount Street, Aberdeen
I was up last Tuesday but you were out; and have been unable to get since; if it is fine tomorrow I will be at the usual time. Hope you are Keeping well. Yours sincerely Decima? (looks like)
Wilton Public Park, Hawick
Posted by ? on 16th July 1903 in Hawick : Sent to Miss F Leitch High Street, Greenlaw
Message : nil
1903? Edzell Castle
Posted by ? on 20th? July 1903 in Edzell : Sent to Miss J Wilson Bon-Accord Street, Aberdeen
Message : nil
1903? Girnigoe Castle, Wick
Posted by Vincent Smith on 20th July 1903 in Manchester : Sent to Miss E Bassnett Butts, Coventry
Thanks very much indeed for you(r) card to hand this morning it is a lovely place. I am sorry you have been unable to get any Heraldic cards but however it does not matter. and I must thank for taking so much trouble to get them. I am going to Blackpool this year for my holidays but shall not be able to go until September. I shall be glad to receive a card from you there, & I will send you some when I go. Hoping to hear again from you soon.
Yours Truly Vincent Smith
Posted by C on 25th July 1903? in Inverurie : Sent to Miss Howie Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
I have just been at Mrs B's. L. just the same. Going away to A - ? Dreadfully hot. Love from C.-
1903? Fairy Dean Galashiels
Posted by K R on 31st July 1903 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
For your Collection K. R.
1903 Darnaway Castle, Forres
Posted by C & W on 4th August 1903 in Forres : Sent to Miss A Munro Mayfield Road, Edinburgh
3rd Augt / 03
arrived just in time for tea had a most pleasant journey. Mr & Mrs Moricon (Morison)? & betty are the only people we know yet. C & W.
1903 Kelso Bridge & Abbey
Posted by ? on 5th August 1903 in Kelso : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
1903 Arbroath Abbey : Spelling
as on card
Posted by ? Duncan on 15th August 1903 in Arbroath : Sent to 5327 Pte James Duncan 3rd Royal Warricks, St George's Barricks, Burmuda, Inda
Dear Brother if you have a Photo of yourself to spare you might send one on and oblige Your Brother ? Duncan
I will write later on write soon soon
1903 The Stray, Harrogate
Posted by M B on 17th August 1903 in Harrogate : Sent to Mrs Chambers Cottage Houses, Fazackerly near Liverpool
We had a lovely walk on the ?????? this morning Quite six miles & through a ch???ing moor (or wood - looks like). full of P??? such a treat. Yours M B
1903 Dunoon from Glenmorag
Posted by M. P. Morgan on 18th August 1903 in Dunoon : Sent to Miss Cunningham Marchmont Crescent, Edinburgh
Arrived here in beautiful weather hoping it continues for a time, Going a Sail today, & to Inverary Games on Wednesday for the day, hoping this finds you all well as it leaves us all. The same here, with love from Yours sincerely M. P. Murray 'Thorncliffe' Dunoon
1903 Scone Palace, near Perth
Posted by ? on 20th August 1903 in Perth : Sent to Miss Connie Cookson Queen Street, Craigie, Perth
1903 The Castle : Edinburgh
Posted by ? 22nd August 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
1903 The Pier, Portobello
Posted by ? 22nd August 1903 in Portobello : Sent to Maggie Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
1903 Comrie (salmon
Posted by ? on 26th August 1903 in Comrie : Sent to Miss May Myles Inner peffray Lodge by Crieff
Message : nil
1903 London to Brighton (by
coach) (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 1st September 1903 in .....ord S.o....., UK : Sent to Miss H Dixon Woodside Cottage, Langstone near Newport
Sep 1st 1903 This is how they travelled inn (1700)
1903 Edinburgh : Princes Street
& Scott Monument
Posted by Jenny on 3rd September 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
(my sweet one) Enjoying myself fine : Jenny
1903 Powder House, Town Wall,
Posted by Mary? on 3rd September 1903 in Stirling? : Sent to Master Ronald Cox Dungarthill, Dunkeld
Snowdon? Place Sept 3rd 1903
Thanks for the lovely peacock it is like the real bird I think I can hear it scream. I send you a Stirling view I hope you have not got. from Aunty Mary? (or May)
1903 Edinburgh : Holyrood
Posted by ? on 5th September 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
we landed all safe and we got to Maggie
Posted by Wallie on 8th September 1903 in Bournemouth : Sent to Miss Betty Bettesworth Orleans House, Richmond, S. W.
Have been out nearly all day, but Will Write You after to morrow, as we go to Ventnor for the day.
Love to all. Wallie
Have not forgotten you. Will Write before I leave here. Wallie
1903 The Old bridge, Bude
Posted by Thomas Lister on 10th September 1903 in Bude : Sent to Master hood St Johns Park, Blackheath
Bude - 1. Burn view ???s Lister is sending some figs for Mother
1903 Looking up Glen Tilt
Posted by F M S on 15th September 1903 in Pitlochry : Sent to Ronald B Cox Dungarthill, Dunkeld
Sept 15th. For your local pages F. M. S.
1903 St Giles Cathedral,
Posted by M A F on 17th September 1903 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss L French St Vincent Street, Glasgow
The suits will be attended to to morrow Very close and warm to night, fine for a sail in the Fairy Queen M. A. F.
1903 Hot Weather - cows in
river (107 scan box)
Posted by M U L on 18th September 1903 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
be sure and blame the right one next time dear
One for your collection I am led to beleive you are very fond of milk. Maggie Love M.U.L.
1903 King Alfred's Statue : Winchester
Posted by ??bs on 21st September 1903 in Winchester : Sent to Miss Dorothy Partridge Bacton, Herefordshire
from Winton? I never seem to hear about you now. how sickening that you did not get to Germany after all Best love
1903 Scarborough. The Castle
Posted by C Murray on 21st September 1903 in Scarborough : Sent to Ronald B Cox Dungarthill, Dunkeld
Here is a view of the place we are staying at. We had a grand climb on the rocks at Filey yesterday. C. Murray
1903 Norwich. The Cathedral
from the west
Posted by Caroline on 30th September 1903 in Aberdeen : Sent to Mrs Howie Wool Mill Auchleven, Insch
My Dearest Auntie, I have just got your Post Card. It is lovely. We got home all right to the foggy weather. If this had been a day like yesterday It would have been rather provoking Father is in for a very bad cold, and is in bed just now. I hope you are all well. with love to all From your loving neice (sic) Caroline so sorry to leave you
1903 Cramond Brig, near
Edinburgh (now Edinburgh)
Posted by C Murray on 24th September 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Master Ronald B Cox Cargilfield, Cramond Bridge
Here's quite a nice card - I have'nt forgotten about the 7. dee? !! C. Murray
1903 Rosslyn Chapel
Posted by Jean on 29th September 1903 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
One more to add to your number Jean
1903 Joke card Two monks cooking (107 scan
Posted by Rob on 2nd October 1903 in Appleby : Sent to Mrs Leadbeater Holmleigh Cottages, Grassendale, Liverpool
Enjoying ourselves immense. Rob.
1903 The Long Bridge : Castle Campbell Glen
Posted by C Murray on 23rd October 1903 in Stirling : Sent to Master Ronald B Cox Cargilfield, Cramond Bridge (now Edinburgh)
This one is from Grace. it is near Dollar, where the view is taken, not far from her home! C. Murray
1903 Falls of Devon : The Cauldron Linn
Posted by L. C M on 26th October 1903 in Stirling : Sent to Master Ronald B Cox Cargilfield, Cramond Bridge (now Edinburgh)
Stirling octr. 26.
Minnies? birthday today. I'm going to take her to a concert. Hope you are better. L. C. M. This is Grace's card.
1903 Edinburgh from the Castle
Posted by ? on 27th October 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
1903 John Knox's House, Netherbow. Edinburgh
Posted by Maggie on 30th October 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Dear Maggie we hope that you will find time this year to come in an see the Pantomime Maggie
1903 Linn of Corriemulzie, Braemar
Posted by A. L. C. on 6th November 1903 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss French St Vincent Street, Glasgow
Dear Miss French -
(Re. pohots. (sic) of four young ladies)- The young lady in front seat with flowered dress on & who is guiding the motor - is Miss Paterson. Kind love to all from A. L. C.
1903 Rosslyn Chapel
Posted by ? on 7th November 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Dear Maggie I landed all safe and Miss Ainslie saw me to the end of Princess Street and then I got the car (tramcar)
1903 Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire
Posted by B Gray on 18th November 1903 in Grimsby : Sent to Mr R Elsum Cecil Street, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia
Have sent 2 cards. Hope you will like them. B Gray
1903 Bath Abbey
Posted by A on 14th November 1903 in Keynsham : Sent to Miss Withycombe Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
Vyvyan? Villa Keynsham, 14 novr 1903
Dr M.F.N., I didn't reach here until Thursday night so found the watch awaiting me all right. The guarantee hardly seems to cover a ? main-spring but I've sent it on in a hope it will come back repaired. They are all pretty well here but Aunt T. won't be coming this weekend. I have quite enough talking to do so I know you will excuse a letter this time. I will try & write from Cardiff where we go either some time on Monday (YMCA, is the address) or Tuesday first thing. we shall be there 3 weeks & as Xmas will be near by that time. I gave the Timmes? a farewell call & was told to remember you to them (!) Left Gloster at 7 & got to Bristol about 8, just time to look out into the City & see the decorations for AJ Balfour's visit. I must look up the College again some day I suppose. \by bye now. much love to all A. Expect to go to Cardiff monday afternoon
Hope I haven't sent Winnie one of the Abbey before, but its a job to remember them all. I get some from Walthamstow and return them pretty frequently. Sent one from here of Roman Baths yesterday and another today.
It's quite a business altogether do......now! Remember me to E.J.H &c.
1903 Inverary Dhu Loch Avenue
Posted by Molly on 26th November 1903 in Inverary : Sent to Mrs George Ferguson Hope Street, Greenock
Got Hamper. safely last night. many thanks. Order all corre (looks like) Sorry to hear about G.R. We are having wild weather. Mother & Father. getting on web (looks like - e.g. well) nothing new. about here. My collection increasing daily over 100. with love. From all. Yours. Molly
1903 Dunkeld Cathedral
Posted by F M Simpson on 7th December 1903 in Edinburgh : Sent to Ronald B Cox Cargilfield, Cramond bridge (now Edinburgh)
Does this picture not remind you of our drive with Aunt Annie! Are you to be home for Amas, or in London. I may get out to see you before If ??? I am not quite sure yet but I shall hope to see you in London. How is dancing going on. Love for 7th? birthday
All love & best wishes to you, for a very Happy Birthday Tomorrow. Are you quite well again. I hope this is a new P. C. for your collection Yr ever. F.M. Simpson
1903 Dryburgh Abbey, St
Catherine's Wheel Window in Refrectory
Posted by B K on 16th December 1903 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Maydall (Magdala) Terrace, Galashiels
From Your Sweet One. B. K.
1903 Tennysons' House
Posted by ?ell? on 19th December 1903 in Walthamstow : sent to Mrs Withycombe Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
escape. Heard from Will this morn. So glad to hear such a favourable account of Loo. It has just occurred to me have they a Xmas pudding at St. John's St. . if not will send them one. Can you send me a p.c. by return for if I sent one I ought to send it on Tuesday at latest but if they already have any I shan't do so. Kitty S. is coming for her Xmas holidays. Tuesday after Xmas. We should have liked Ethel also. only having the one room (spare) or rather bed cannot very well so perhaps she will be able to another time. Trust all are well much love from yrs. etc ?ell?
1903 Tweed Valley, Galashiels
Posted by M T? on 25th December 1903 in Galashiels : sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Wishing you a merry Christmas M. T?
1903 Chapel, Notre Dame : Glasgow (interior)
Posted by N. V. G on 29th December 1903 in Cambuslang : Sent to Revd P McGettigan R C Presbytery, Musselburgh
With best wishes for a very happy Xmas N.V.G.
1904 Kelburne Castle : Largs
Posted by ? on 1? January 1904 in Ardroag? : sent to Miss Wilkie Princes Street, Pollocksheilds, Glasgow
13/1/04 Send down that tin Meg* (* last three words unclear)
1904 Wells Cathedral
Posted by Mat? on 1st? January 1904 in Blairgowrie : sent to Miss Stewart The Hall, Eastmill, Glenisla
I suppose you will be wondering how I have not sent word to you before this but I will give you all the news when we come ????? You may expect Alex and I on Monday for Yule. Wishing you a Happy New Year Mat.?
1904 Melrose Abbey
Posted by Wee McGregor? on 12 January 1904 in Galashiels : sent to Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Maggie new shoes.
From Wee McGregor XX
1904 Dryburgh Abbey
Posted by Henry on 15th January 1904 in Melrose : sent to Miss Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Miss Turnbull wants to see you at 8 o'clock (tonight) at the store.
1904 Roslin Chapel, The Chancel
Posted by M. J. S. on 23rd January 1904 in Galashiels : sent to Miss Maggie Smart Hardware Dept, Co-operative Store, Galashiels
From M. J. S.
1904 Continental thatched
houses by stream (107 scan box)
Posted by Nellie on 25th January 1904 in Edinburgh : sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Dear Maggie Dont mind about the skirt Pattern just now as Miss Stewart is going to make my dresses I dont see how Ill get time, will write again Maggie all well hope the Same From Nellie
1904 Abbottsford from the
Posted by J F R on 26th January 1904 in Galashiels : sent to Miss M Smart c/o Co-operative Store, High Street, Galashiels
How'd ye do do with loving Hisses (sic) from one you are well acquaint with. J. F. R.
1904 3 kittens : Life is a joke
that's just begun (107
Posted by A M L on 1st February 1904 in Greenock : Sent to Miss Aline Warden Finnart Terrace, Greenock
Are any of these (kittens) like "Jingo"?
1904 Sally in our Alley (107
Posted by S on 7th February 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Teixi..... Innerleithen Terrace, Edinburgh
I like this dont you S
Hope you enjoyed the concert on Saturday night. When are you coming down to Portobello S
1904 Streatley Bridge
Posted by ? on 6th February 1904 in Walthamstow : Sent to Mrs Withycombe in Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
Many thanks for yours, of this morning. Did a little bird tell you. I would like some of Cheddar not having any & knowing it so well. I've been there 4 times.
It is a pretty view, & any you are able to get shall be delighted. How do you like this style of card? Mrs M. we have not seen so I think it was a stray one at least we hope so. My girl does her work well but is slow, & comes late of a morning, still she may improve. She is very clean & respectable & wears print dresses in the morning, & I think she tries to please. I shall give her a good trial. Poor Loo wants to get well to(o) soon still can understand. My greengrocer says grapes are too dear for him to sell now 2/6 lb, so must wait Love ???
1904 Irish spinning Wheel (107
Posted by Eily Tower? on 10th? February 1904 in UK : Sent to Miss G O'Connor Villa Malice, Beaulieu, France
Dear Granda, I was in Waterford when your card came Oh I would love .............
1904 Salisbury Cathedral
Posted by Cassie on 17th February 1904 in the UK : Sent to Miss M Hicks Penrhiwceiber Road, Penrhiwceiber (Mountain Ash, Wales)
Thanks very much for P. P. C.. I hope you will like this one. With best love.
1904 Plain postcard from
Posted by H? Litmann? on 22nd February 1904 in Oroshaza, Hungary : Sent to Herrn Lietha & Co. Grusch, Switzerland
Message in German?
1904 Ostriches with Chickens
Posted by Amie Blair on 24th February? 1904 in Cape Town : Sent to Miss Jennie Murray, Dick Place, Edinburgh
With love and Best wishes from your ever loving friend be sure and write soon Amie Blair
1904 Couple in costume
embracing (107 scan box)
Posted by jack on 3rd March 1904 in Spilsby : Sent to Miss V Bailey Market Place, Spilsby
Isn't this nice Jack
1904 The Matterhorn
Posted by M. Mennie on 17th March 1904 in Aberdeen : Sent to Miss Howie Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
I hope you're always improving (looks like)
1904 Canterbury Cathedral
Posted by Aunt ????ie on 20th March 1904 in Canterbury : Sent to Master Edmonstone Westbourne House, Folkestone
I hope you have good accounts of Papa & Mamma & are quite well yourself dear Willy ?? loving Aunt ?????
1904 Newark Castle, from Lady's Bridge
Posted by ? on 22nd March 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Another for you collection ???
Posted by R Scott on 31st March 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart, Dressmaker, Co-operative Store, High Street, Galashiels
with compliments from R. Scott
1904 Cockington, near Torquay
Posted by Ethel on 5th April 1904 in St Mary Church : Sent to Miss Ada Cox Enfield Road, Brentford, Middlesex
We are going to visit this place this week
Dear Ada, many Kind thanks for your letter and I sincerely hope you are feeling better also Auntie it will not be long before I am home Ethel
1904 Falls at the Hermitage,
Posted by M? R on 6th April 1904 in Dunkeld : Sent to Master Ronald Cox Cargilfield School, Cramond Bridge (now Edinburgh)
Many thanks for yr. letteretters (sic) when do you get holidays? M? R.
1904 Arthur's Seat, near Edinburgh (Lion
shaped) : (In Edinburgh)
Posted by ? on 7th April 1904 in Portobello : Sent to Mrs Walls in Irlam Road, Manchester
Glad you enjoyed the cakes. Hope it was not the icing of cake that gave you toothache. ? is it the early rising? So good of you to help me in the ?ay I will thank you when I see you.
1904 Peebles from South
Posted by J Scott on 7th April 1904 in Peebles : Sent to Miss M Smart, Drapery Dept, Co-operative Society, High Street, Galashiels
Tell all the girls I was asking for them & give them all my love but Keep the best part to yourself. J. Scott
1904 Gale off Eastbourne
Posted by Caroline on 8th April 1904 in Aberdeen : Sent to Miss Howie, Wool Mill, Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
My Dearest Auntie,
Thank you so much for you(r) lovely post card. Did you get my letter two or three days ago because I sent it about a day after you had sent your one. Chrissie never told me there was something wrong with the Post Office. Isn't it very sda about Miss Sharp's sister. With love to all. I will write to Caroline II soon.
1904 Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe
Posted by Emily Belson on 9th April 1904 in Plaistow : Sent to Miss Dora Manger, High Street, King's land, North England
Dr. Dora Please tell jessie to be sure & send me the 'Monthly Lantern' when Apl's number is published. With love Emily Belson.
1904 Tay Street, Perth
Posted by G? P C on 12th April 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart, 38 Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Hope you had the pleasure of speaking to W. D. last night G? P. C.
1904 Dryburgh Abbey, St
Catherine's Wheel Window in Refrectory
Posted by E L on 15th April 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
hope you are well E L
1904 Glasgow Cathedral
Posted by J M N? on 15th April 1904 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Hope you got on all right J M. N?
1904 In the Grounds, Stobs
Posted by ? on 16th April 1904 in Hawick : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Cooperative Store, Galashiels
Message : nil
1904 Chester Cathedral
Posted by R. C. on 18th April 1904 in Chester : Sent to Nelly Ramsay in Leith Walk, Leith, Scotland
Please tell Mother that Mr Larkins and myself are well hoping you are all the same R. C.
1904 Jedburgh Abbey
Posted by C S C? on 21st April 1904 in Melrose : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, Galashiels Co-Operative Store, Galashiels
Hope this will do for your collection. Mind drop? P. C. S S C
1904 London. Houses of
Parliament from the river (TEXT ALL IN GERMAN)
Posted by ? on 27th April 1904 in Paddington : Sent to Herrn Justus Beviger, (looks like) Heberg 7 II, Zurich, Switzerland
Message : in German : includes the following : 27 April 04 London W. Bayswater, 2 Kensington Gardens Square
1904 Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe
Posted by D M L on 27th April 1904 in Kew Gardens : Sent to Miss Currie Leboure Terrace, Kew Gardens, Surrey
I hope you dont think I have forgotten my promise better late than never. hoping ' are ' all well. D M L
1904 Ainderby Church,
Posted by JW? on 30th April 1904 in Ainderby : Sent to Miss Ethel Clark, Greenhills Farm, Ainderby Steeple
I hope you have not had this card before. How is your collection getty (sic) on? Have you got many N. A. post cards. This is very poor of the Church don't you think. Yours JW?
1904 On the Beach, Stonehaven
Posted by ? on 2nd? May 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Lindsay, Clerk Street, Brechin
Message : nil
1904 Castle Douglas, from
Posted by ? on 2nd May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
To Add to your number this New View I send, And hope you'l accept it from, a well known friend.
1904 Dryburgh Abbey
Posted by ? on 4th May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Message : nil
1904 Drummond Castle
Posted by John on 4th? May 1904 in Crieff : Sent to Mrs Fraser, Camp House, Calder, by Bishopbriggs
My dearest Mother
Hope you got out all right, & are none the worse after the removal we have had a lovely day here. I hope you will take a rest now that you are out & not Knock yourself up again With love. John.
1904 Ayr, Burns' Monument
Posted by R F on 9th May 1904 in Ayr : Sent to Miss Alcock, Morningside Road, Edinburgh
D? M A
A. a little stronger but maKing rather slow progress. Will ? up ande see him probably on Wednesday, so will let you know later on in the week Y. S. R. F.
1904 The Dowie Dens, O'Yarrow
Posted by Mi on 11th May 1904 in Melrose : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
To wish you many happy returns of the twelfth. Mi
1904 Holyrood Palace and
Arthurs Seat, Edinburgh
Posted by Min on 11th May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Wishing you many happy returns of the day long life health & happiness sweet eighteen from Min /
1904 Crathie Church
Posted by G Swan* on 11th May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Hope you have a happy birthday G Swan*
* the signature has been written in mirror writing. It looks like G Sman, but it probably was Swan, the writer finding it difficult to write w backwards!
1904 Salisbury Cath. Choir
Posted by ?? J on 11th May 1904 in Penrhiwceiber : Sent to Miss M Hicks P.ceiber Road, Penrhiwceiber (Mountain Ash, Wales)
How are you? So sorry about Monday night:- I shall explain when I see you. ???J
Try not to notice what is under the signature
1904 Inverary from the steamer
Posted by ? on 12th May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
From Ba(?) face
1904 Kelso from Roxburgh Castle
Posted by ? on 18th May 1904 in Kelso : Sent to Miss Flora Leitch in Medical Hall, Greenlaw
From ? Kelso
1904 Forth Bridge
Posted by G J M on 18th May 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Smart Co-operative Store, High Street, Galashiels
Be sure? and send your home address to me Maggie G. J. M.
1904 General Post Office,
Posted by J R? on 20th May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Thanks for P P C here is another , hope you have not got it already, I am so bad at writing I like to send return as soon as possible Kind regards J R?
1904 The Royal Exchange :
Posted by J R on 21st May 1904 in London : Sent to Geo. Hallam c/o Mr Metcalfe, Gas Street, Skipton, Yorkshire
This is a scene where we made a start this morning on our pilgrimage JR
Sorry but I have forgotten your home address
1904 Durham, from the Railway
Posted by M E on 22nd May 1904 in Newcastle on Tyne : Sent to Miss Kyle Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire, Scotland
Will leave here with ten train arriving with the six to go down with A Reid reserve 2 seats; sorry I could not get your pals with me not my fault but you will get them later on will give you all the news when we come yours M E
1904 Queen's Promenade & Derby
Castle. I.O.M. (Isle of Man)
Posted by J R? on 24th May 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels (Spelling as on card)
Thanks for leter?? no I dont collect Actress, I hav not one in my collection how are you getting on I sind regards J R?
1904 Blackmore Church
Posted by Amie on 4th June 1904 in Petersfield : Sent to Master L Rimell Hanley Castle near Worcester
I am sending you a view of the Church I went to this morning. We are sitting in the garden here. I am nursing a little black kitten. I expect you will be glad to see mother. Love from Auntie Amie (Anne)?
1904 West Bay, Oban
Posted by J J F? on 15th June 1904 in Oban : Sent to Miss Falconer Nethergate, Dundee
We are enjoying a nice littel outing here within the Sound Mull, just wher the cross is, but could have done with some more sunshine. J.J.F?
1904 The Land of Streams and
Posted by R L on 26th June 1904 in .....msted, UK : Sent to Miss Lyon Bainoak?, Crieff, N.B. (i.e. Scotland)
Please keep this for my collection Love from R L
1904 Stobs Castle
Posted by Nellie Luff on 27?th June 1904 in Hawick : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Dressmaker, Cooperative Store, Galashiels
Sent in affection to swell your collection Nellie Luff
1904 Bowness. (England) : View
from Belsfield Hotel
Posted by E T on 29th June 1904 in S. Columb (Cornwall) : Sent to Mrs Truscott Trelyll, St Breock, Wadebridge
Coming home on Tues next unless you wish otherwise. Was at Tregatillian Monday am at Treliver to day Think of going to Newquay on Friday Treliver Tuesday E. T.
1904 The Lands of Streams and
Posted by A on 29th June 1904 in Sheffield : Sent to Miss Temporal Gloucester Street, City
I do not know whether your father has arranged for anyone to take his appointment at the Bank, or notm next sat: but if he has not, I can do so if you will let me know at the Ce tomorrow A. 29-6-04
1904 Valley of the Tay, Perth
Posted by J Re on 29th June 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Gala
Dear M Received yours it is the third (P C) I have had of the same. It is difficult to know what to send unless you know? what people have got you ...... (next few words illegible) collection) Kind regards J R
1904 Exeter (view from river)
Posted by A. on 1st July 1904 in Exeter : Sent to Mrs Withycombe in Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
1/7/1904 Park Villa, 29 St Leonard's Road, Exeter
You'll see that I'm done out of my call after all. We had to work at Bath this morning & leave there at 1.40. The train came right thro' without even stopping at Bristol. I must hope now that I shall have a chance of calling on the return journey, 3 or 4 weeks hence. We at once came to the above address which Aunt Hilda got for me & I think will turn out to be very comfortable rooms. Wil(l)? garden too where we shall be able to pick raspberries in a day or two. also plenty of flowers about a mile from the Castle though. - Enjoyed the short stay at Keynsham. Dora wants to know whether it is possible to get a holiday on the Quantocks somewhere. perhaps Aunt Eliza? mentioned it. Please send the paper tomorrow - we shall no doubt have a fine time if the weather will stop being like today very stormy. By Bye for a bit. I'll try & write next week. Love to all. Yours. A.
1904 The Haining, Selkirk
Posted by ? on 1st July 1904 in Selkirk : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
I'm keeping in mind the pencils /
1904 Glamis Castle
Posted by J Richards on 3rd July 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Dear M Got yours & A nice one it is or is nice to my collection am sending this from Selkirk ) kind regards J Richards
1904 Inverness from the Castle
Posted by E T? on 4th July 1904 in Inverness : Sent to Miss Rintoul Patshull Road, Kentish Town, London
On our homeward journey to-day Edinburgh first then to-morrow to London.
Hope it will keep time as railroad to Edinburgh is, considered very beautiful & we want to see everything. We have had glorious time & been most fortunate in our trips Hope you are well E. T?
1904 (Edinburgh) Castle, from
Posted by ? on 7th July 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Ethel A Lees c/o Mrs Eeles (or Ecles), Quadrant, North Berwick
Recd P.C. Glad to hear you are enjoying yourself? Nora keeping better but weak. 2 P.C.'s from Ballantrae. ......... love to all ????
1904 The Castle, Inverary
Posted by H? McK on 9th? July 1904 in Inverary : Sent to Miss F MacDonald c/o (J & C N P)? Mantle Dept, Paterson Street, Glasgow
As Promised H? McK
1904 Glamis Castle
Posted by M. ? on 13th July 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
With kind regards from M. ?
1904 Ben Venue and Trossachs
Posted by M E R on 14th July 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
from your right hand supporter. Cheer up: How would you like a picnic here. M. E. R.
1904 Jedburgh Abbey from River
Posted by ? on 14th July 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
1904 Clare College Cambridge
Posted by Winnie on 13th July 1904 in Welshpool : Sent to Miss Ada Saycell Melinwr House Goginan near Aberystwyth, Wales
Many thanks for P.P.C. Sorry I have not answered it before. It is enough to bake you alive here. Hope to see you before long. We have such a dear little Terrier pup. we call him Whisky" Love to all Winnie
1904 The Pier, Portobello
Posted by R S on 14th July 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
We will be out to Gala with the 4.25 from Edin(burgh) we are having a holiday at Portobello R S
1904 High Street and Wallace
Posted by ? on 18th July 1904 in Ayr : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
I have got one day in it has been very nice but not such a nice time as Dumfries/
1904 Forth Bridge
(text as on card)
Posted by G? F? on 21st July 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Gunn Upper Doll Brora, Sutherlandshire
got P C alright hope your enjoying your self getting good weather seem? ....last might calder? going home tomorrow with his brother John so sad your time is getting short till? when your ......ing with love G? F?
1904 Southend in 1831
Posted by ? on 22nd July 1904 in the UK : Sent to Mr G H O? Piggott Palmer's School, Grays, Essex
Am not going to Earl's Court now. Are you coming down before the holidays? I go home on Friday week - Are you going to stay in Town for me?
F & J. went to Childre? to day I believe - Keep this card for Lil as I do not think I could get another. Is it not funny!! " Sobblessie."
1904 Minehead from Parade
Posted by Albert on 22nd July? 1904 in Minehead : Sent to Miss E Roberts Llandaff Road, Cardiff
Another one towards your collection. Received Mothers kind letter. Am as brown as a coffee berry & as happy as Larry. Tell mother I should have been home in a couple of days if I had (ago) if I had merely to lay about beach or on this hill. Best rest for one is a change. We enjoyed our Royal visit very much especially when they loaded our table with Good things
after their departure we witnessed a glorious sunset from the top of this hill & could see the Bonnie (Bonnil)? almost to Laverock? Point. Come again and provide Albert
1904 On the Tay at Stenton
Posted by Lucy on 26th July 1904 in Dunkeld : Sent to Ronald B Cox Cargilfield, Cramond Bridge (now Edinburgh)
I went a ride on Kitty 'today With much love from Lucy. 25/7/04
1904 Miss marie Studholme (107
Posted by Johnnie on 29th July 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mr P R Thomson Engineer, S S Cumberland, c/o Currie & Co., Docks, Dundee
Just a Line to see if you could Send me your Top Boots for camp if you don't mind hoping to see you soon so Ta Ta. Johnnie
1904 The Esplanade, Saltcoats
Posted by Harry on 2nd August 1904 in Saltcoats : Sent to Mr Alan Andrews Houston Place, Largs
We arrived on Monday about 1 o'clock terrible crowd at St. Enochs Station. If weather permits I will be on Wednesday Harry
12 Eglinton St.
1904 Kgl. Kurgarten vom Grand
Posted by C Slay?on 16th August 1904 in Bad Kissingen, Bavaria : Sent to Mrs Slay Woodstock Road, Oxford
My Dear Mother How are you? I hope alright. I am feeling a great deal better for the change. the (missing word) here is delightful your loving C.
1904 Ann Hathaway's Cottage,
Posted by ? on 27th July 1904 in Southam : Sent to Mrs C H Meyer c/o The Grand Canary Coaling Co, Las Palmas Grand Canary
Arrived home safely last Monday 25th after a very good voyage.
1904 Untitled (a sailing boat
at sea by Seppings Wright) (107 / 61)
(spelling as on card)
Posted by ? on 29th July 1904 in Brora : Sent to Miss S Gunn c/o Mr A Gunn Crofter Upper Doll Brora Sutherland Shire
I hope you will Get a Good Sail in this boot as it is the best on loch R..... Yours truly and for ever
1904? Chantilly - Le Château
- Côté du Parc
Posted by ? in August? 1904 in Airé sur la Lys, Pas de Calais : Sent to Mademoiselle C Fonson Chez les soers de Charité, Roue St Omer, Aire s/la Lys, Pas de Calais
Bon amusement et bonne sandé
Marie Studholme (107 scan box)
Posted by Miss McGregor on 1st August 1904 in Glasgow : Sent to Mr R Wilson (c/o) Mr? McLaren, Hayburn Street, Partick
Hope you are enjoying yourself. Yours Sincerely Miss McGregor
1904 Pass of Killiecrankie
Posted by B H on 1st? August 1904 in Selkirk : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Received yours all right highly pleased with it hope you have not this one with love from B. H.
1904 Conon Avenue, near
Posted by M T? on 3rd August 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
With love From M. T?
Posted by J A ? on 4th August 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
4 Augst 1904 J. A ?
1904 Kelso Abbey, from
Posted by Jennie on 5th August 1904 in Kelso : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Sitting by the silvery Tweed
What else do I need
With scenery so fine & grand
Listening to a big brass band.
1904 Neptune's Staircase, Caledonian Canal
Posted by R S on 5th August 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
with compliments RS
1904 Shipton Bellinger Church
Posted by Edgar on 6th August 1904 in Park house Camp, Salisbury : Sent to Mr S? T Beard New Ross Road, Abergavenny, Mon.
Same like other Edgar
1904 Totnes from Sharpham Road
Posted by Chap (looks like) on 8th August 1904 in Totness : Sent to Miss E Frost c/o Mr James Frost, Sandford Village, near Crediton, Devon
The College Totness
do you think you could come one day next week (& stay all night) or the week after if you came in the morning we could go by Brake to Torquay but would cost about 2/6 when I am not very much in love with the place but must put up with it Mrs Butler seems very pleased with our House so far you will let me know if you care to come hope it will be fine if you do Chap
Posted by K P on 8th August 1904 in Holsworth: Sent to Mr J H Edyvean c/o Pearce & Co. Fore Street, Exeter
Dear .H. Many thanks for P.C. I did not expect one so soon. I should like to have seen you on monday before you went away but I suppose your time was taken up. K. P.
1904 Windermere from above
Posted by Jane on 10th August 1904 in Ambleside : Sent to Mrs H Elliott Belgrave Terrace, Newcastle
Sail up this Lake a great treat Best of health Jane
1904 Scotland for Ever (joke
card) (107 scan box)
Posted by Mary on 10th August 1904 in Morpeth : Sent to Miss A Walker Kinleith Stables, Currie, near Edinburgh
Many thanks for yours Received all right Dear. How Do you like this Scottie isnt he funny. Hope you are all well as this leaves me. making room for masel! Yours Mary.
1904 Oban and Sound of Mull
Posted by G. ? on 12th August 1904 in Oban : Sent to Mr John R Porter Rothesay Place, Musselburgh
Friday morning Aug 12th 04
Leaving Oban this morning. Looks like being fine, yesterday chiefly wet.
G. Wakin (looks like)
1904 Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe
Posted by Arthur on 14th August 1904 in Birmingham : Sent to Miss Beasley Glaslyn, Fairmile Avenue, Streatham
14: 8: 04
Thanks so much for P.P.C. I am getting quite a collection. I am afraid Ros did not like the storm. She was was staying at Moseley Rd for the night Love to all Arthur
1904 Mineral Well, Moffat
Posted by ? on 16th August 1904 in Moffat : Sent to Miss Hutton Hopeville, Belle Vue Terrace, Southampton
I am still enjoying this ???????
1904 Promenade and Pier,
Posted by T? E on 19th August 1904 in Berwick : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart 68? Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Augt 19th Put up all right and good weather but cold. T? E.
1904 The Harbour Bar, Eyemouth
Posted by J Richardson on 19th August 1904 in Eyemouth : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
There is another for your collection We are spending a few days here
1904 View from Calton Hill,
Posted by J ? on 19th August 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Ting Ting J ?
1904 Berwick-on-Tweed from
Posted by J A. J on 19th August 1904 in Berwick : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Lovely day here but very cold & windy a great many Gala people here. Will see you to morrow hope you enjoy your holiday J A. J.
1904 Interior : St James'
Posted by ? on 20th August 1904 in Carlisle : Sent to Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Do be good
1904 John Knox's House,
Posted by R Scott on 20th August 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
With compliments Yours etc. R Scott
1904 London-Royal Exchange &
Bank of England
Posted by T? / J? Aitken on 22nd August 1904 in Lower Edmonton : Sent to P. C. Wilson c/o Hayburn Street, Partick
London 417 East India Rd
I saw some of your People when ....... Home & was glad to hear you were now at the noble occupation For a Fine ...........
the Bobby T/J? Aitken
1904 Outlet from Loch Fad
Posted by M. S. R. on 23rd August 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Newton Street, Georgie Road, Edinburgh
How would you like to be aside these boys. So would be rather nice wouldn't it. B. K. will be up tomorrow. I shall tell him where you are. with love from. M S R
1904 The Entrance to Dovedale
Posted by E. S on 23rd August 1904 in London : Sent to Miss Nellie Thould Old Street, Upton on Severn, Worcestershire
thank you for the card hope you are quite well love to mother and father E. S.
1904 Old Castle,
Posted by G S on 24th August 1904 in Berwick : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Hope you like this one G S
1904 Tintern Abbey, from the
Posted by K Hall? on 25th August 1904 in Usk : Sent to Mr R H Hall Quathiaski Cove, Valdes Island, British Columbia
Let me know how you like these? Would you prefer the coloured ones, or some of each. Father is much better. Yours K. H.
1904 Haddon Hall
Posted by E G on 26th August 1904 in Buxton : Sent to Miss Murray Snowdon Place, Stirling
We have fine.................. I hope you have also. Love from us both I return home on 2nd yes E.G.
1904 The Wish Tower. Eastbourne
Posted by Eunice on 27th August 1904 in Buxton : Sent to Mrs Train Cecile Park, Crouch Hill, London
4 Bank Buildings
Junction Rd. E. B.
Dear Mrs Train
We arrived quite safely. Bert? wishes to be remembered to you & is none the worse for journey Clara & I can ????? with love to you & cissy from Eunice
1904 Pilrig Church and Leith
Walk, Edinburgh (107 / 61)
Posted by Alfie on 29th August 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Sarah Gunn Upper Doll, Brora, Sutherlandshire
Thanks awfully for your lovely heather. I am sorry to say the white has been well stolen, but I gave John a bit & he has taken it to Crieff with him to keep me in memory. I was at Colinton on Saturday. They are coming to Edinburgh on Wednesday so I will not have to go so far to see them. Mrs Bridges? & the rest of us send our regards. Alfie
1904 St. Fillans, Loch Earn
Posted by Jn. R. on 30th August 1904 in Montrose : Sent to Mrs Lumsden Rosemount, Crail, Fifeshire
Montrose 182 High St
Many thanks for card It was good of you to remember me Hope you are well. Jn. R.
1904 St. Woolas Church
Posted by Lil on 30th August 1904 in Bassaleg: Sent to Mrs Piggott c/o Brighton House, Copse Road, Clevedon, Somerset
Many thanks for card. Hope all is well.
Hoping to see you all soon.
With much love from Lil
1904 Carlyle's House,
Posted by ? on 1st September 1904 in Dumfries : Sent to Miss M Brown, c/o Mrs Buchan, Bonnington Farm, Wilkieston, Kirknewton, Midlothian
Ecclefechan Thursday 10 o'clock
Starting homeward today via Dumfries & Wanlockhead. Expect home tomorrow, if weather good
1904 Cuddy's Crag, The Roman
Wall, Haydon Bridge
Posted by Millie? on 5th September 1904 in Penrith : Sent to Miss G Peake, Market Jew Street, Penzance
Sunday. Dear Gladys Just a line to let you know that I got home all right Uncle and Willie came to the station for me. I hope you are better I am very poorly always tired We have got two teas here next week so we shall be busy. my Grand mother is here staying with us. Uncles brother in Law died last Tuesday buried Thursday that is why they have not been down. Uncle is better but auntie is not very well Give my love to Mrs Peake your bothers and sisters miss Cissie miss Emily and all other friends Good bye from millie Our new Preacher is presenting his first sermon to-day.
1904 On the Lochay, Trossachs
Posted by Ross on 5th September 1904 in Birmingham : Sent to Miss M Beasley Glaslyn, Fairmile Avenue, Streatham, London
Thanks very much for your P.C. Hope you will like this one. With love. "Ross"
1904 Robin's Nest, Galashiels
Posted by A R on 5th? September 1904 in Hawick : Sent to Miss Kate Chisholm, Kinghorn Place, Bonnington, Edinburgh
Dear Kate I got home alright Thanks for P. C. was at Gala yesterday with a Trip I intened (sic) sending this from there but had time to do nothing but buy them will write you soon your friend A R
1904 Vernon Park, Stockport
Posted by R E Winker on 5th September 1904 in Stockport : Sent to Miss Kyle, Seafield, Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire
Dear Miss Kyle,
At last! I really must thank you very much for forwarding my two P.C.s.
This is a bit of the town I live in. It's not near my home though, being right on the other side of the town.
Much love R.E. Winker
1904 Beaumont Park,
Posted by M I? on 7th September 1904 in Huddersfield : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Kate asked me to send you a P.C. I hope you will like this one. M. I.?
1904 Albert Hall, London
Posted by I G Herbert on 7th September 1904 in London : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, c/o Co. Society, High Street, Galashiels
Kind Regards from I G Herbert
1904 Dunluce Castle
Posted by Michael Mallins on 8th September 1904 in ? : Sent to Revd T B McEvoy O.S.B., Donai Abbey, Woolhampton, Berks
Dear Father Bede
Hope you like this specimen of the beauties of your native land. I will write a long letter soon. But I have recd. no notice to go to any seminary.
1904 Argyle and Victoria
Posted by J/T? B on 8th September 1904 in Rothesay : Sent to Mr T Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
It is a lovely place the bay is most magnificent yours truely (sic) J/T? B
1904 Interior of unidentified church (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 8th September 1904 in Kineton : Sent to Mrs Dale Victoria Terrace, Shakespeare Street, Stratford-on-Avon
Dear Aunt Just a few lines to you hoping that these will find you all quite well Dear Aunt if it will cost to (sic) much to have those pictures done dont trouble because I dont think they are worth it old John urench (looks like) is dead but you ????????
1904 St Philips Church &
Posted by Sarah C. on 9th September 1904 in Church Stretton : Sent to Mrs Croston Hope Bowdler, Church Stretton, Salop
S??ah is coming tomorrow Saturday. so have decided to go back by the 12 train from Longville on Monday midday - If I alter my arrangements I will wire on time to stop you starting to the station with love. Sarah C.
1904 Pont Abergaslyn (107/61)
Posted by F M on 11th September 1904 in Oxford : Sent to Master S M Haslip Marine Parade, Brighton, Sussex
9 Fairndon Rd Oxford
Please thank mother for her letter. I will write to her tomorrow. I am glad you are enjoying yourself. Love from F. M.
1904 Scott's View, Vale of
Posted by ? on 11th September 1904 in St Boswells : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart in Millinery Dept. Co-operative store, Galashiels
There was a young lady from Kew
Whose train was due at 2 . 2
When the guard saw she hurried
He said "don't be flurried"
It is a minute or two to 2. 2"
There was a young lady from Wilts
Who walk (sic) across Scotland on Stilts
When they cried "oh how shocking"
to show so much stocking"
she answered them "what about kilts"
1904 (Couple kissing with 1st
two lines of old song) (107 scan box)
Posted by V? L S on 12th September 1904 in Bournemouth area : Sent to Miss E N Hooke c/o Mrs Baker, Reading Room, High Cliff near Christchurch
Is'nt this appropriate? Many thanks for your p.c. it pleased me very much. Am looking forward to getting a letter. All news when I write yrs. V? L s 11.9.04
1904 The Castle, Inverness
Posted by H F (or) T on 19th September 1904 in Inverness : Sent to Mrs Tinnigan (or) Finnigan College Wynd, Edinburgh
Enjoying myself we Have got a nice day H F (or) T
1904 Gwrych Castle, Abergele,
Posted by Ed? on 21st September 1904 in Chirbury : Sent to Miss Laura Jones in Westwood Manor, Stoke on Trent
We'll meet train the time you suggest
Your aff(ectionate) Ed?
1904 Wallace Monument, Stirling
Posted by ? on 21st September 1904 in Dunblane : Sent to Mr T? P Redpeth in Old Dumbarton Road, Overnewton, Glasgow
Will be home on friday if all is well glad to hear that you are all well all well here Gr.....
1904 Lovers Walk, Rouken Glen,
Posted by ? on 21st September 1904 in Govan : Sent to Miss Dewar Post Office, Lochgilphead
How would this place suit you?
1904 Gwrych Castle, Abergele
Posted by Ex on 21st September 1904 in Chirbury : Sent to Miss Laura Jones Westwood Manor, Wetley Rocks, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire
Dear Laura We'll meet train the time you suggest your aff Ex?
1904 In Elwyn Glen, near
Posted by J. R. F. on 22nd September 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Mrs Lindsay in Balfour Street, Leith (Edinburgh)
Dear Mrs Lindsay how are you getting on I am wearying (sic) to see you again, I think I will be in a fortnight if they have not to work that weekend I could do a nother (sic) night on the roosters could you not
J. R. F.
1904 Staples Inn
Posted by Clare on 23rd September 1904 in Royston : Sent to Miss E Ley in Market Square, Celney, Buckinghamshire
So sorry I could not get this off before. N has explained the reason to you has she not?
very many happy returns of the day.
Much love Clare
1904 Colleen Bawn Rock, Middle
Posted by J A. Y. on 26th September 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Met (sic)? me by the moon-light love from J A. Y. 25/9/04
1904 Kelburne Castle, Largs
Posted by ? on 30th September 1904 in Largs : Sent to Miss S Gill Strathallan Castle, Machany, Perthshire
Friday 4.50 I suppose you have got my letter have just been down to train with Susan who has gone to Glasgow to Lizzie they are going over to Charlie for week end I was going to but am giving old chap a hand ...... is short
1904 Lincluden Abbey, Dumfries
Posted by Jeannie on 4th October 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
With love Jeannie
1904 On the Lochay, Trossachs
Posted by F? E? B on 6th October 1904 in Finchley-Church : Sent to Miss Lil White Lichfield Grove, Church End, Finchley
The story is now half finished. Awfully sorry it rained last evening. We must postpone the happy meeting till a more favourable occasion. Yours as Ever F? E? B
1904 Dunnottar Castle near
Posted by Tosh on 7th October 1904 in Carlisle : Sent to Miss Dalton Heshett House, Bowness-on-Solway
Are you coming home on Monday? I was at the Concert last night, had fine report. Pip's Pip Tosh
1904 The Royal Infirmary,
Posted by R? S (R Scott)? on 10th October 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
1904 Fall River : USA
Posted by W/M? on 21st October 1904 in Fall River : Sent to Mrs W Hazlewood Andover, Massachusetts, USA
Fall River Oct 21 1904
Wish best wishes to you and hoping to see the lights of Andover Sat. Ever yous M/W?
1904 Fleetwood : Bold Street
Posted by Lily on 22nd October 1904 in ?????twood : Sent to Miss Emily Spencer Brighton Parade, N Shore, Blackpool
I arrived home & found my boy waiting for me but how bad tempered he was so we parted I went my way and left him I dont like men that want all their way. Goodbye dear yours sincerely Lily
1904 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow
Posted by ? on 4th November 1904 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss S Gunn Ainslie Place, Edinburgh
c/o Mrs Williams (or Williamson) 45 Alexandra Parade
Dear Sister I like Glasgow and got on very well all the week very nice jolly& peacable felt I never heard an angry word all the week and the work is so easy got letting from home all well they need not be anxious
1904 Toshoygun Temple Uyeno? at
Posted by M S R on 6th November 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Hoping you enjoyed your walk. M. S. R.
1904 Pont Abergaslyn (107/61)
Posted by A S on 7th November 1904 in Bradford : Sent to Miss Stones Poplar House, Brayston near Selby
Arrived home quite safely about 9-45 not very late you see We must be very much favoured as today is wet and miserable and certainly not at all nice for watering Fire-works. Hope you enjoyed your walk home and that you arrived safe With very kind regards A.S.
1904 Falkland from the hill
Posted by Jim on 8th November 1904 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Face me up Jim
1904 Falls of Rogie, near
(text as on card)
Posted by S G on 13th November 1904 in Tain : Sent to Miss S Gunn Upper Doll, Brora, Sutherlandshire
Thanks for the P.C. it was lovely I could not help thinking on this morning lovely which I will never forget. my. hope you are not lonely Be of good cheer till the Dont forget to write? as I am looking for a I will Write soon with love and from S.G
1904 Edinburgh Castle
Posted by Eliza on 8th December 1904 in Edinburgh : Sent to
Miss Cruickshank Green Street, Rothes, Morayshire
What did you think of getting your letter without a stamp this morning it was after I came back that I saw the stamp on the table & I was up see Maggie ???? Eliza
1904 Lantern Rocks, Ilfracombe
Posted by Nellie on 13th December 1904 in Ashbourne : Sent to
Miss L Twigg Oakfield Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham
Dr Lucy Just a line to thank you for the P.C. I am going to tell you that A? is much worse I am afraid we shall not have her with us very much longer love to all from Nellie
1904 Lewis Walker as Brutus (107 scan box)
Posted by Arthur on 14th December 1904 in Newton Ouse : Sent to
Mr H Broadley Grove Hall, Knottingley
Received C & V safe. thanks very much I sent Jennie to get you the cards you got them this week no news Arthur
1904 snow scene with children (107 scan box)
Posted by Nellie Shaw on 23rd December 1904 in Norwood : Sent to
Mr R Treherne Cotterell Street, Herford
Love to you all, hoping you are all well. Wishing you a Happy Xmas, from Nellie Shaw
1904 Seasons Greetings (107 scan box)
Posted by Dolly on 23rd December 1904 in Gloucester : Sent to
Miss G Goulding Hempsted near Gloucester
With love From Dolly
1904 Chas. Dicken's Study, Gadshill
Posted by M E T on 28th December 1904 in Liverpool : Sent to
Miss B Dickenson Fair View, Melling near Liverpool
Dear Barbara. Hope you are quite better by this time. what dreadful weather we are having love to all. M E T
1904 Wilmslow Road
Posted by Margaret Walker on 30th December 1904 in Manchester : Sent to
Miss Wilson Cairnholly, By Creetown
You will see by this card I am in Manchester at present. Agnes received your card & letter this morning, she has been very bad with her throat, but is a little better now. The week before I came they never had the gas cut all day, the fog was so bad, that is what had done it. I am sending this P.C. instead of a New Year card. I think you will like it well. Wishing you all a very bright & prosperous New Year.
1904 Glen Shiel, Ross-shire (107/61)
Posted by W? S? on 31st December 1904 in Ham.........., UK : Sent to
J M Adams Fairdean Cottage, Fanfare Road, Farthing Down, Hooley, Purley,
34, Estelle Rd.
Pile up the coals of wrath upon my head O thou faithful one.
A very happy new year W? S?
1905 The Bell Rock Lighthouse
Posted by M Mackay on 3rd January 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss S Gunn Ainslie Place, Local (I.e. Edinburgh)
Just a P.C. to say we have a dinner on for Wed-nesday night. So I can't get out I am awful sorry as I wanted so much to go to the Car., with you Come along & see me soon Love to Isa from me when you see her wishing you a happy N.Y. M Mackay
1905 Ellen's Isle Loch Katrine
Posted by Nell on 12th January 1905 in ....... Branch, UK : Sent to Miss E M Temporal Gloucester Street, Broomspring Lane, Glossop Road, Sheffield
Do you remember this place?
If you are going to Ethel M's on Thursday will you meet me at the end of
Gloucetser Street at 3 o'clock or later if you like. Have you enjoyed yourself
this Christmas. Why haven't you been up to Parker's Rd. nell
1905 High Tide at Seaforth
Posted by Mollie on 20th January 1905 in Bootle - Liverpool : Sent to M? E Fox Ivanhoe Villas Glenlivet, Scotland
Why do You not write me? Why keep so silent? Trusting you are all well. Thanks for Wall paper. Write soon. With love. Yours affectionately Mollie
1905 Near Orpington, Kent (107
Posted by Eunice on 26th January 1905 in Oakham : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
D(ear) M. many thanks for P.C. you can send as many as you like I think they are very pretty I had one from ???????? this morning Wed. I expect you are still having it very wet this ??????? we have had snow and frost but we ???? hope you are all quite well love from Eunice
1905 Durham Cathedral. From the River Wear
Posted by ? on 10th February 1905 in Walthamstow : Sent to Mrs Withycombe in Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
P. did not tell Loo about Doreen because of Will. So you can. Am sending her a set of cats they amuse her, also an album to put them in. Cyril thought he wd be bad yesterday in bed all day sore throat etc. but is better & at school today. Glad to hear all of you are well by J? V. W's letter today. Baby keeps me employed have no time for anything but she is much more contented now she has a bottle of Neaves Food once a day. Both clicks? send kisses to you all ????? love from ys ??????? to you all
1905 The Lizard Head and
Posted by J J & H Wilson on 14th February 1905 in Penzance : Sent to Mr Burton Broadfield Farm, Enfield Highway, Ponders End, Middlesex
we came yesterday & are having beautiful weather & going over to Scilly tomorrow weather permitting. have been for 2½ hours drive & seen them cutting away at Broccoli - a tremendous lot of it. Hope you are nicely; we are well - Kindest regards from both of us. J J. & H Wilson
1905 Front garden of
unidentified house (107 scan box)
Written by B P J/I? on 15th February 1905 in UK : Sent to Miss Gemmell Comiston Road, Edinburgh
Thanks for P.P. cards. Very dull here. Uncle has been ill for over a week I have also had a bad cold. Hope Mrs Dundas & yourself are keeping better. B.P.J/I? 14th Feb. 1905
1905 The Town Hall, Cardiff
Posted by ? on 25th February 1905 in Cardiff : Sent to Mrs N C Raine Norfolk Road, Sheffield
1905 Dresden : Operhaus
Posted by Jn. W.? on 6th March 1905 in Dresden : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart, Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
This is a view of the Opera House. Its simply lovely inside. I am having (a) good time out here & will be sorry to return. Jn. W. I hope you are good
1905 Gravesend, Windmill Hill
Posted by ? on 10th March 1905 in Tilbury : Sent to Miss A Brown, Balgray Place, Clepington Road, Dundee
Laid out since I came here, the top of the hill all grass before. Had Miss Douglas to tea on Sat. she was down, the week-end from Edmonton. Miss Sumptner? was down too there was an entertainment in connection with Eng. Church, came up the road with Miss S, she thought Peggie would have been down. Had Mr Sherwood last Friday. ship laid up going to Greenock soon His wife has been spending last wk-end in Kin with her Auntie Lisa
1905 Pass of the Trossachs
Posted by W? on 13th March 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mrs W? S Hobson, St Peter's Road, Leicester
British Clarendon Hotel Newcastle / Tyne
Post Office, Middlesborough
Post Office, Hull
Just off to Newcastle, much love W?
1905 London, The Tower Bridge.
(Text as on card)
Posted by ? on 18th March 1905 in Murrayfield (Edinburgh) : Sent to Miss M Brown, Hermitage Gardens, Morningside, Edinburgh
Dearest Mollie I dont know what you will be thinking of me not writing but having 9 workmen kicking about I havnt had time. Was going to run up on thursday but thinking you would by busy I thought I would just hinder you Will be out early on Sunday afternoon so will you write and tell me when youll see me from ????
PS Since writing this I have received your PC yes I come to no 9 if I don't see you at MF?
1905 Margate. The Deaf and Dumb
Posted by A. M/N? Y? on 26th March 1905 (or 1903) in Westgate on Sea : Sent to Miss Frost, Hohenlinden, St Mildred's Road, Westgate
I suppose you do not know this A. M/N? Y?
1905 Holey Rock, Roker
Posted by M E on 31st March 1905 in Newcastle on Tyne : Sent to Miss Kyle, Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire, Scotland
Will send the brushes tomorrow all well Yours M E
1905 Rosslyn Chapel, The
Posted by ? on 3rd April 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss K Dodds, Douglas Street, Dunfermline
Its a rare day been ?
1905 Fountains' Abbey : (text
Posted by ? on 11th April 1905 in Bruton : Sent to Miss Fox, Montacute, Somerset
Dear Gladys Ethel,
We had Geog. & Science yesterday & Eng. & Gen Inform today. Sience (sic) was awful & Gen. Inform. very stiff. Did one Science question all wrong. The concert here took place last week so I may not stay Thursday if we break up early I am not sure whether we break up Thursday or Friday so can't say when I will come home I had Pollys letter this morning. Fancy you getting her (faint text) I have the buttons safely from ????????
1905 Paris - L'Eglise de la
Posted by Kelly L? on 16th April 1905 in Rue Hippolyte Le Bas - Paris : Sent to Mr Carr, Brondesbury Park, London
This is one of the wonder churches of the world!
?????Paris April 16th
Dear Mr Carr am so very sorry you are sickly?, & do hope by this you are better again. What a glorious Easter! the weather like summer here. We had a beautiful service at the English Church. We hope soon to be in England . now sorry for many things to leave here. Much love to all Kelly L?
1905 Westbere Church
Posted by Hettie on 20th April 1905 in Sturry : Sent to Miss Brown "Edgecliffe" The Leas, Folkestone
With love from Hettie
1905 The Falls of Niagara : "The
American Falls and the 'Maid of the Mist."
Posted by Eunice on 27th April 1905 in Oakham : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
Dear M. thanks for P.C. very pretty have you pretty water falls, could you sent (sic) me a few to go in the book like this one the same way I mean upright, as I dont get many they are all the long ones I will try and get you a few stamps I have got one or two now hope you and family are well love from Eunice
1905 Lynnmill Falls Clackmannan
Posted by A H on May (or March) 1905 in Al(loa)? : Sent to Miss Madge Cameron Back O. Dykes, Alloa
I suppose you will know this place well if you dont thats no any of my business A H
1905 A corner of the recreation
Posted by D Taylor on 3rd May 1905 in Andover : Sent to Mr R Elsum Cecil Street, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia
1905 Craig-y-nes Castle.
Residence of Adelina Patti
Posted by Lilly on 5th May 1905 in Thornton Heath : Sent to Mrs Barkess Bolingbroke Street, Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne
my dear m., Just a line hoping you are well. I am quite well, am glad to say Shall spend sunday at miss cordells (looks like). Hope John is alright & the girls also Lots of love dearie to all Your own cousin? Lilly
1905 Abbotsford from the Tweed
Posted by Edith on 11th May 1905 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
wishing you many happy returns of the day Edith
1905 Spoils of the chase : 2
men with ponies and deer (107 scan box)
Posted by M T? on 12th May 1905 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Wishing you many happy returns of the day long life and happiness with love from M. T?
1905 Glen Shiel, Ross-shire (107/61)
Posted by B Richardson on 14th May 1905? in .....sbury Parks : Sent to Miss L? Juques Beech Hill Park, Hadley Wood
wishing you all a bright and happy new year from B. Richardson
1905 Stirling Castle from
Posted by B? W on 15th May 1905 (may be 1903) in Stirling : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
I have had a nice walk ????? here today B? W
1905 White Horse Close,
Posted by ? on 16th May 1905 in Gateshead : Sent to Mr P Thomson Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith (Edinburgh)
Leaving for Seville on the 15th
1905 Sauchiehall Street,
Posted by J. M. W. on 17th May 1905 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
I hope you have had a nice day. J. M. W. 17/5/05.
1905 Edzell Castle
Posted by ? on 18th May 1905 in Brechin : Sent to Miss Dot. Macintosh The Villas, Melville Lane, Montrose
New rules for "Pit"
(No 2) Any player who speaks in such an audible voice that the position of the roof is altered shall be forced to make the damage good more to follow.
1905 London. National Gallery &
Gordons Statue, Trafalgar Square
Posted by L? T? on 19th May 1905 in London : Sent to Miss R Troup Rhynie, Aberdeenshire
where we went last week & found it closed. There are some lovely pictures there as well as some exquisite statues. We are going to see the pictures at Burlington House one day. L? T?
1905 Swallow Falls,
Posted by M L Dell on 19th May 1905 in Bletchley : Sent to Miss Payne Sandfield, High Street, Berkhamsted
What lovely weather we are having Whaddon looks very pretty now M L Dell
1905 The High Road, Glen Fruin,
Posted by Peggy on 25th May 1905 in Helensburgh : Sent to Miss Reid Buccleuch Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow
What a dreadful day for your Loch Eck Tour! I'm so sorry. The damp weather does damp one's spirits, Peggy
1905 The Holy Land - Camels and
their Attendants (107 scan box)
Posted by Eunice on 29th May 1905 in Oakham : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
D. M. Thanks very much for very pretty P.C. I will try and get what you want I shant be sending just yet I want to try and get Brighton first. I believe our people are coming back the week after next I shall try for my holidays soon after they get back as the time will be getting on hope you are well love to all from your ill? Chum Eunice
1905 Ellen's Isle Loch Katrine
Posted by E R? M on 30th May 1905 in Forest Gate : Sent to Miss Oliver Claremont Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend, Essex
Have you made up your mind about the Summer holidays yet? How are you getting on? Send a line soon. Love from E. R? M.
1905 Dunure Castle
Posted by ? on 10th June 1905 in Ayr : Sent to Mrs D Kirkmichael Cardross Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow
Message : nil
1905 In Camp "Morning Wash"
Posted by ? on 12th June 1905 in Hawick : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
We've had a fine time at the Common Riding, Been in every penny gaff And the only thing we wanted was Miss Smart and a round in the Haugh.
1905 London : Marble Arch
Posted by Eunice? on 15th June 1905 in Leamington : Sent to Miss Sharman Warwick Street, Leamington
Dear L? hope you are getting on alright I was sory (sic) you did not come up and see me I was looking out for you. I am going way? on on Sunday so I shant see you then come up when you can. I heard of your trouble I was very sory for your feet? it was for the best in the end hope your mother is alright I am getting on about the some (looks like) Love from Eunice (looks like)
1905 Looking down from the
Posted by Mary & B??? on 17th June 1905 in Selkirk : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Just had breakfast! 2 eggs! 4 scones!! Rather chill but no rain
Mary &* B????
* Though married
1905 Boy & girl cuddling (107
Posted by Reg on 10th July 1905 in Ledbury : Sent to Miss A Paul Kingsholm Road, Gloucester
I have got here but I did'nt come after after all. Reg
1905 Capstone Parade,
Posted by Mollie on 30th July 1905 in Ilfracombe : Sent to Miss Hetty Dixon c/o Miss Andrew, Ightfield, Caldicot, near Chepstow
My Dear Hetty
Thank you for nice PC. I am sorry I could not send you one before but the weather has been so bad. But I do hope I shall have it nice while I am here. with Love From Yours affectionate Mollie
1905 The Holy Land : Joppa from the Sea
Posted by Eunice on 3rd July 1905 in Oakham : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
D. M. I have written to day to see if I can get some views of Br???t?? I have sent you one of the Holy Lands before how many have I sent you of Egypt. thanks for pretty one this morning do you want yours all the same way I wrote to Tucks to get some of Keswick but I could not get any love from Eunice
1905 Eton College Chapel
Posted by M on 8th July 1905 in Windsor : Sent to Miss L? Williamson Digby Road, Finsbury Park, London
There is a pale blue satin Blouse and a Navy blue white spots would you care for either or rather get some W. J. silk and let me make one both very good no black Much? love M
1905 Edinburgh from Castle
Posted by T? S on 8th July 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Meg Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Be good T? S
1905 Pont-y-Pair, Bettws-Y-Coed, Wales
Posted by Eunice on 10th July 1905 in Ross, Herefordshire : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
D. M. Thanks very much for P.C. very pretty. I am at home now but I am going back on Friday it has been raining nearly all the morning I hope it will be find (sic) tomorrow as I want to go to my sister?
so cant write find much time to write ???? from your old chum Eunice
1905 Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe (107/61)
Posted by Bert on 12th July 1905 in Strichen : Sent to
Miss Philp Main Street, Lochgelly, Fifeshire
Dear aunt Kate
thank you very much for the candy and Books with love from Bert
1905? The Seven Arches (probably the railway bridge at Monifieth)
Posted by Liz on 13th July 1905? in Broughty Ferry : Sent to Mrs Husband Castle Street, Tayport
spending the day in Broughty with a trip have been looking across for you but will see you next week Love from Liz
1905 Dunoon (8 assorted Views)
Posted by Mary on 17th July 1905 in Dunoon : Sent to
Mrs Wilson, Great George Street, Hillhead, Glasgow
We are here for the day. am coming home tonight
Love from Mary
1905 The Land of Streams and heather (107/61)
Posted by B P on 18th July 1905 in Aberfeldy : Sent to
Miss K Philp, Main Street, Lochgelly
A rare place and splendid weather. enjoying our selves immensely B. P.
1905 Joke card : with picture of High Street, Montrose (107 scan box)
Posted by G? T? on 29th July 1905 in Montrose : Sent to Mr H Goodall, City hills, Coventry
Our Family photo what do you think of it This is our first wet day G? T?
1905? Interior of Kibble Place Botanic Gardens, Glasgow (107/61)
Posted by Frank on 20?/30th? July 1905? in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Gunn, Bilston Lodge, Loanhead, Midlothian
Dear Sister thanks for PC Glad you are all well going home Saturday if alls well hope to find all well there love to all the girls will call when I come back Frank
1905 Head of West Loch, Tarbert
Posted by J. S. on 22nd July 1905 in Tarbert Lochfine : Sent to Miss A Stewart, Wellwood Villa Friar Street, Craigie, Perth
Box arrived all safe, of course it was the bag I meant but bungled as usual. Today it pours I hope it takes off so many people are on the move great excitement over our visitors going & coming. J. S.
1905 Swillington House
Posted by Lottie on 24th July 1905 in Leeds : Sent to Miss Young, Traquair Arms, Innerleithen, Scotland
Marked on front:- Highfield House Woodlesford
Am spending a very nice holiday up here. Am going to Bridlington on Friday for the week end. Hope you enjoyed your holiday, you were away when I cycled down. The weather here is lovely. Don't know when I come back to Scotland. Love Lottie
1905 Melrose. The Tweed
Posted by K on 2nd August 1905 in Jedburgh : Sent to Miss N? Twaddle Cathkin, Rutherglen near Glasgow
got my shoes yesterday
Dear N? I will write soon am rather busy. Have not got them all settled yet. Glad you enjoyed your Self at Row? We're aye a stan' efter ye ken. & going on just the same as ever pleased about P.C. love K
1905 Cliffs, Tynemouth
Posted by ? on 4th August 1905 in South Shields : Sent to Mr J Thomson Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith (Edinburgh)
Hoping this finds you all well will be home on Saturday
1905 Ye Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells
Posted by Sonie Gweiney? on 4th August 1905 in Tunbridge Wells : Sent to Mrs E C Gwiney Post Office, Taplow, Bucks, near Maidenhead
Dear Mother, I hope you are well as we are. I am sorry I could not send a letter. Lisa says we are getting brown. Love from Sonie
We are having such jokes on the common with Wallie.
1905 Leicesters Hospital and West Gate Warwick
Posted by ? on 5th August 1905 in Tamworth : Sent to Mrs Pearson Vicarage Farm, Spratton, Northampton
Rail from Warwick to Tamworth. not wet yet. Looks very bad again. In haste.
1905 Rothesay Bay
Posted by D B J on 7th August 1905 in Rothesay : Sent to Mr Lewis Johnston Huntly Cottage, Colinton, Midlothian
Mr Gray & I arrived in Rothesay today Saturday will be with you on the 14th if convenient for you to put us up for the weekend will let you know train later D B J
1905 Balmoral Castle, The Kings Highland
Posted by L. F. R? on 8th August 1905 in Forfar : Sent to Miss Gordon, Kings X Hospital, Dundee
I was glad you got a nice day for your day off yesterday did you enjoy yourself I am getting on alright at Rome how is everybody at Kings cross L. F. R?
NOTE: L in in L. F. R? might stand for Love
1905 The Trossachs Hotel
Posted by B K on 8th August 1905 in Stirling : Sent to Miss Howie, Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
Still on holiday, but spending the day here & having such a lovely time. Will be home on Friday, do write I will perhaps come to you later on if you will still have me. Love to all. B. K.
1905 Portrush from Golf Links
Posted by ? on 12th August 1905 in Portrush : Sent to Miss M I P Smart c/o Main Street, Spittal, Berwick-on-Tweed
Message : nil
1905 Periwinkle Den, Stonehaven
Posted by ? on 14th August 1905 in Stonehaven : Sent to Miss Mack, Henderson Street, Glasgow
Got here all right yesterday This is a beautiful spot, just wish you had come with us you would have enjoyed it. We are so comfortable too. I'm so sorry we did not see you before coming away. hope you got the parcel all right from Mrs Ballantyne
I really expected you out at the beginning of the week. Love from the ?, & ?
1905 3 pups (107 scan box)
Posted by Cissie Walsh on 17th August 1905 in Rhyl : Sent to Miss B Fleming, Railway Terrace, Copley, Halifax
Hope you had a happy holiday. here it is delightful! Glorious weather! Send my garments to c/o Mrs Spruce, Huxley, Chester Yours sincerely Cissie Walsh
Posted by Maggie on 19th August 1905 in Aberdeen : Sent to Miss Howie Wool Mill , Auchleven by Insch (Aberdeenshire)
My Dear Carrie? As this is the last one I have of this kind, I sned it to add to your already large collection With love Auntie Maggie
1905 Victoria Jubilee Fountain, Brora
Posted by C G on 20th August 1905 in Brora : Sent to Miss S A Gunn, Ainslie Place, Edinburgh
My throat is much better now, but I was'nt out much yet. we did'nt go for a sail yet, but will perhaps go to -morrow night. Sal. is (at) the cattle shows, hope it is a nice day Duncan was up last night and Aunt Bestsy. they went away together. I dont know will I get longer than the f... length or not. but hope I will Love from C.S. Father is getting better slowly. I did'nt get this posted till to day .
1905 Green Bridge, Stonehaven
Posted by Me on 21st August 1905 in Stonehaven : Sent to Miss Jean Winton, Lochend Road West, Edinburgh
This is not from Mary, who is it from? If you know reply immediately
1905 At the Islands, Inverness
Posted by B. N. G. on 22nd August 1905 in Inverness : Sent to Mr J Porter, c/o messrs Deans & Moore, Inveresk, Musselburgh
Hope you are enjoying your holiday. am enjoying mine nicely. B. N. G.
1905 Castle Street, Liverpool
Posted by Jim on 23rd August 1905 in Liverpool : Sent to Mr J Wilson, Cairnholy, Creetown
How did the sports come off. was R there. I expected you to let me know some of the results
1905 Castle Hill, Dunoon
Posted by Ruthie? on 23rd August 1905 in Dunoon : Sent to Miss Marion Reid, Buccleuch Street, Glasgow
My dear Marion This is a lovely day, and we are all going away a pic-nic up the hills. Yesterday was lovely too, and we were boating. Maisie is looking much better. Love & xxxx Ruthie
1905 The Memorial From the River : Stratford-on-Avon
Posted by T Litt?? on 24th August 1905 in Edgbaston : Sent to Miss L M Rudge School House, Boulton Road, Handsworth
Pleased to see you both friday w???? to ? & G to tell them the time of Train from B???? Love to all from T Litt???
1905 The Capstone, Ilfracombe (spelling as on card)
Posted by E.B. &? Earn? on 25th August 1905 in Farnborough? : Sent to Mr E Dockery Thompson Road, Lordship Lane, East Dulwich
Verry sorry but can't come over on Sunday but be verry please to see you over here instead from yours affectionately E.B. .Earn.
1905 Clerkland Bridge, Stewarton
Posted by Jessie on 25th August 1905 in Stewarton : Sent to Miss B Hutchison Racks, Collin by Dumfries
I send you this from wee Jessie, thanking you for your P.C. Jessie is watching me writing this card. With love from Jessie xxx
1905 Langteglos - by Camelford Church
Posted by Conine/Corine? on 26th August 1905 in Delabole : Sent to G W Olleth Esq, Kelvin Road, Highbury Park, London
Another bad morning. Have been down to bathe. Are both going out now for the morning. Do not stay in for rain. Will write lengthiely (sic) tomorrow Mary looks splendid, as for myself well!!! Yours Conine?
1905 +/- Edinburgh from Calton Hill. (possible circa 1903-5)
Posted by M. M. about 31st Aug 190? in Stirling : Sent to
Miss G. Murray, Dungarthill, Dunkeld
12 Snowdon Place (Stirling)
Without more warning? M. ...t arrived in the morn. and arrived with Ralph in the afternoon yesterday. Tell Ron. the little cat he is interested in brought three little kittens to the window for the first time today good sized ones remaining about. M. M.
1905 Sweetheart Abbey near Dumfries
Posted by ? Lachlan? 31st Aug 1905 in Thornhill : Sent to
Mrs Kirkpatrick Elmbank Street, Newton, Ayr
I shall be up tomorrow Friday with the 12-30 train leaving here, will reach Newton between 2 & 3 Please meet me at Station if convenient as I will not know very well where to go M? Lachlan? Aug 30th 1905
1905 Aberdeen, Breakwater in a Storm
Posted by Anna on 1st September 1905 in Aberdeen : Sent to Mr John Thomson, Hawthorn Bank Place, North Leith (Edinburgh)
how do you like this Jack I saw no rippers yet & no Bo Bo Bo Bok ta ta Anna
1905 The Cristal Palace
Posted by Mary Ward on 1st September 1905 in Ilford : Sent to Mrs Thomson, Hawthorn Bank Place, North Leith (Edinburgh)
A little line to tell you how delighted we all were with the news contained with cake. I have just written to her. Dear Lizzie I am so glad. How are all the boys and Mr Thomson.
We are all very well and send our best love and wishes to you all.
We do hope Peter is stronger. I have just been admiring Johnnie's ship "Fingal." it is splendidly done.
Do come some day with Mr Thomson to London: We have often wondered if amy will come, but now we will expect some of you. With Love. Mary Ward
1905 Egermont Promenade
Posted by ? on 3rd September 1905 in ??????arden : Sent to Miss M Wilson, Cairnholly, Creetown (very faint)
Have just heard you were enquiring for me at Hawarden? till Wednesday. Many loving thoughts & memories though? silent sailed by this time next week. Will write from my destination much love to you and all ........................are fairly .... .
As Colonel Manifold .................. South Africa. hope to write soon again
1905 Cliff Scenery near
Posted by C H on 12th September 1905 in Bristol : Sent to Miss L Jeanes? in Bristol
I am going to Dublin soon, to stay for a time.
from C. H.
1905 Church Hope Cove,
Posted by N. B. B. on 13th September 1905 in Easton, Portland : Sent to Miss E Willment, Dorchester Road, Cerne Abbas
this week. You will be surprised to hear that I am sitting at Dorchester (a seat reserved next to you, so that you can give me hints). Do you mind if I keep the Sat. papers till Monday. I could not do any of them properly. (speaking about doing crosswords?)
Don't work too hard.
N. B. B.
Are you taking Sch: in two parts. Let me know next time You write.
1905 The Fairy Glen,
Posted by ? on 18th September 1905 (or 1903)? in Alford, Somerset : Sent to Mrs Reid, West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
our people are coming to Scotland next week we are again to have the house all upset again it seems my lot (of?) our people are just off in the car, there are some very interesting places to go and ? xxxxx for my little sweetheart does he fall down now xxxxxxx for you all love to all.
1905 Miss Marie Studholme
(107 / scan box)
Posted by Cathie on 18th September 1905 in Stapleford : Sent to Miss Randall, Barnes Street, Clayton, Accrington
Liked the P.C.s immensely. Please send some more. Do you like this one! Cathie
1905 Loch Vennachar
Posted by A. F. on 19th September 1905 in Callander : Sent to Mrs H H MacKenzie, Balilone, Lochmaddy, North Uist
19. 9. 05 Waterside House Callandar -
We are enjoying staying here very much. We have had several several fine drins (drops of water, e.g. rain)? - We drove round Loch Vennachar the other day & we went to Loch Lubnaig on Saturday as far as Strathyre. The scenery was magnificent. Cousin Bessie is living in Callander, we see a lot of her & she g..s the drins with us. Had letters from M & B. B is better again & getting out in the garden. Thanks for yr letter Love to you both A F.
1905 On the Brora (107/61)
Posted by G. S. on 20th September 1905 in Brora : Sent to Miss S A Gunn, 17 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh (address all scored out)
Do you remember this Place. it is lovely by moonlight. I hope you are enjoying yourself. Kind regards. G.S.
1905 Union Street, from
Market Street, Aberdeen
Posted by ? on 21st September 1905 in ? : Sent to Miss E Nursey, Mt Pleasant Road, Tottenham
Message : 20-9-05
1905 Loch Tay u. Ben Lawers
Posted by J Scrimgeour on 22nd September 1905 in Dundee : Sent to Miss Aitken, Clement Park, Lochee
mother would like to see you on Friday or Saturday or any other time that would be convenient for you
1905 Clifton Downs from Leigh Woods
Posted by Dora on 23rd September 1905 in Keynsham : Sent to Miss Ethel Withycombe Victoria Terrace, Bridgewater
My Dear Ethel
You have only two or three more lazy days before you. I write to exhort you to make the most of the priceless opportunities you will enjoy at Exeter. Do not fritter away your time as many young girls of my acquaintance do. Work hard, my young friend, and let me especially impress on you, the necessity to write frequently to me, your trusted fellow worker. If I could see you I would impress it on you very forcibly.
Tell that youngster Win. that I went to night school last Tuesday. Don't I work!
With love Dora
1905 Interior Art Galleries, Glasgow
Posted by D McQ on 28th September 1905 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Jeanne? Macdonald Broomhead Lodge, Castle Blair Park, Dunfermline
This is only a side light of our Art palace. To the right & left hand are corridors to rooms full of examples of all branches of Art and Science.
The organ at the back of the view is played twice a week by the city's leading Organists: for the amusement & edification of the Glasgow public. Don't you want to box my ears for being so presumptuous on Monday, I must have made myself "obnoxious." I rather likes it though.
Mr D Morton bids me to ask you to convey to Miss Mary Bowan his regards.
Sweet memories from penitent D. McQ
1905 Over head Railway,
Posted by J. W. on 1st October 1905 in Liverpool : Sent to Miss Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown
Will be glad to hear the result of the show, from some one of you at your earliest convenience.
1905 Marshall Memorial,
Howard Park, Kilmarnock
Posted by Bella on 2nd October 1905 in Kilmarnock : Sent to Miss Elder Colinton Road, Edinburgh
I have had a very good week end. going home to-day. will be round to see you on friday very cold this morning but dry love to all. Bella
1905 Band Stand, Castle Gardens, Dunoon
Posted by Father on 3rd October 1905 in Dunoon : Sent to Miss Helen D Cullens Albert Place, Stirling
Dunoon Oct 3/05
An 'hoos' you & Maggie gettin on at the Schule? fine I suppose, Maggie was telling us you were up at the Castle on Sat, Mother & I are gettin' on fine. I hope yer cauld's a better noo, I've got quit o' mines ??????? for tae Say With love from Father
1905 Miss Zena Dare
(107 / scan box)
Posted by E? J on 4th October 1905 in Ca...-Bangor : Sent to Miss Emily Saycell Melindur House, Goginan, near Aberystwyth
Don't be surprised when you see all these coming. E?. J. Oct. 4. 05
1905 Miss Madge Crichton
(107 / scan box)
Posted by E? J on 4th October 1905 in Ca...-Bangor : Sent to Miss Emily Saycell Melindur House, Goginan, near Aberystwyth
Don't you think She is very pretty?. E?. J. Oct. 4. 05
1905 Old Hall,
Posted by M on 6th October 1905 in Eyam : Sent to Miss J Kearoby Birch Grove, Tootal Road, ?????????????
Hallo Sister Good-Morning M.
1905 Windsor Castle
Posted by E. Catterwell ? on 10th October 1905 in Stourbridge : Sent to Miss Ethel Pritchard c/o Victoria Road, Stroud Green, London
Many thanks for letter will write you soon hoping you are quite well hope you will like this P card love from E. Catterwell ???se
1905 Clarence Gardens,
Scarborough : (Text and spelling as on card)
Posted by J Wills on 11th October 1905 in Scarborough : Sent to Miss Davie Bedford Square, Brighton
D Niss Davie You will see by this card, we are at Scarborough injoying
it very much the weather has bean very good for for came hear on Monday last &
returne next Monday if all is well we will come to you for a week end same time
before next summer if it will be convenient to you hope you are well & busy with
Love from J. Wills
1905 High Street,
Posted by Maggie on 25th? October 1905 in Ma??? Park : Sent to Miss Cochrane Douglas Hotel, Langholm
Thought you would have been in Edinr. when I arrived back Sorry Mrs W is ill
1905 Language of Flowers :
couple by garden chair (107 scan box) : (part of this
message has been written in code)
Posted by Maggie on 27th October 1905 in Insch : Sent to Miss Howie Auchleven, Insch
Sorry to hear you have been troubled with (the rest is coded) Neuralgia. have just been to Insch. saw a friend of yours. will be down next week likely. am going away for a few days I think. are you in a mist? Love
1905 Glasgow University
Posted by Jessie on 6th November 1905 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Chisholm c/o Miss Cuthbert, Brookvale, Dollar
Dear Jessie, I should have written you a letter, and indeed had half of in (sic) done, but I can't fine (sic) it now. I hope you will like your new place when you go. I don't suppose you will be able to get a day or two before you go, it would be fine if you could. Mother has been in her bed for two days and a half so I have been kept busy. I will write a letter later on. Hope you are well. Jessie
1905 Edna May
Posted by G? ???? on 1?th November 1905 in Chorley : Sent to Mrs E Brotherton / Bretherton Clayton Farm, Farrington
Dear Edith I hope you are better Deary I shall come and see you this morning all being (well) and I shall expect to see you all right. I hope ???y is getting on all right love to all G ????
1905 Painting of The
Proposal (107 scan box)
Posted by Pa on 10th November 1905 in Aberdeen : Sent to Miss Howie Auchleven, Insch
text written as an anagram
1905 Edinburgh Castle from
Posted by ? on 12th November 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mrs Anton? Iffield, Bideford, Devon
I thought this rather a pretty card. Do you prefer the comical ones? I think "Cl" does from her letter, Dreadfully cold here today 10. degrees colder than yesterday. Been buying (both Emat (looks like) & myself) warmer under garments! E???????
1905 Tarbet and Loch
Posted by Andrew on 17th November 1905 in Helensburgh : Sent to Mrs T Twaddle Cathkin, Rutherglen
Dear M. If all goes well I will be up tomorrow will give you all the news when I come trust you are all well Your Aff(ectionate) S(on) Andrew
1905 The Aberuchill Hills,
Posted by Jeannie on 24th November 1905 in Comrie : Sent to Miss May Bonham Carlton Terrace Lane, Edinburgh
This is from your Auntie Jeannie I hope you are a good girl as I am sure you will be your mothers card was full and I am wishing her to forward William Georges new address when she writes ????? remembrances to Walter love from his mother your loving Aunt Jennie
1905 A Dutch House (107 scan box) : text as per
Posted by Mo? on 21st December 1905 in Spilsby : Sent to Miss A Homes c/o Mrs Bassett The Vicarage, East Kirkby near Spilsby
My dear Ada just a line or two to wish the ....y old wish a very merry christmas and a happy newyear Hope you will enjoy it as I hope to do, if you send me a pc. send it on the 31st Hope you and Edie will like these as I took such a fancy too them. Your loving Cousin, Mo?
1905 Clovelly. Nobby Drive
Posted by P G Richards on 23rd December 1905 in Nottingham : Sent to Mr A W? Adams in Hampden Street, Nottingham
Message : (printed) With the Seasons's Greetings From (MS) P. G. Richards
1905 Two cats (well matched) : (107 scan box)
Posted by S B N on 23rd December 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Warden Finnart Terrace, Greenock
To wish you a happy Xmas S. B. N.
1905 Liverpool Exchange
Posted by Jeannie G Nairn on 24th December 1905 in Bootle : Sent to Mrs Chisholm in Newcastle on Tyne
With kindest wishes for Christmas & the New Year
from Jeannie G Nairn
1905 Young girl with donkeys (107 scan box)
Posted by Annie McK on 25th December 1905 in Glasgow : Sent to Master William Blair Garngad Road, St Rollox, Glasgow
Wishing you all merry Xmas From Annie McK
1905 Windsor Castle & Throne Room
Posted by Peggy on 28th December 1905 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Lellans in Edinburgh
Be sure and come along this afternoon
1906 Lake Coomasharen, Glenbeigh
Posted by Rose? on 1st January 1906 in West Croydon : Sent to Miss A Pettitt Bridge Street, Saffron Walden, Essex
Just a card to wish you all a peaceful happy new year many thanks for card received this morning its very pretty I hope father is feeling better let me know how he is soon please ask mother to send B as I have not one here now I have a cold this changeable weather upset every one I had a post card of polly it is good of her so it is of you & nellie they are better than those ones of us these are worse still instead of clearer they are darker send love to all Rose
1906 North Parade, Bath
Posted by Alice on 6th January 1906 in Clevedon : Sent to Miss Ethel Pritchard c/o Victoria Road, Stroud Green, London
Dear Ethel. Thanks very much for the dear little bag, you will see I am back here I came back on Tuesday I must write you a letter when I have time love from Alice.
1906 A Break in the Journey : Man & woman in
open car (107 scan box)
Posted by Nellie on 10th January 1906 in Cardigan : Sent to Mr Teddy Thomas Belmont, Llandyssul, Wales
My dear Teddy,
Series as requested. Trusting you will like them. I'll send you the next three when you answer these. Please don't forget its ??? views I want With love from Nellie
1906 The Castle : Rothesay
Posted by Agnes on 12th January 1906 in Rothesay : Sent to Mrs J Palmer Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh
Many thanks for parcel. Glad ? getting on well. Will write you soon Peter had with his ??????? again
love from Agnes
1906 The Law Courts and Fleet Street, London
Posted by Jeannie on 11th January 1906 in Bootle, Liverpool : sent to Miss Kyle in the Isle of Whithorn
Just a line to let you know, we arrived home safely at 6.30. this morning - Had a good journey - & found all here, well. With love from all to all
your aff(ectionate) Jeannie
1906 Venice (canal & gondolas)
Posted by Eunice on 19th January 1906 in Stretton : sent to
Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour
D. M. Thanks for P.C. our people come to Scotland 30th but not me. if the ?????????? leaves I think I shall try for it I am so tired of it all. How are all your people are they quite well have you had your childrens photos taken yet I am son anxious to see them. I wonder if Elinor is still near Hereford. love from Your Old chum Eunice
1906 Culloden Battlefield & Cairn (107/61)
Posted by G S on 27th January 1906 in Golspie : sent to
S Gunn c/o Mrs Wexton? Graham Eton Terrace, Edinburgh
got letter all right Last night Friday going East to the ???? Satturday will write first week and give all the Doll news have very stormey weather Just now give my comp. to Kate and all the rest Hope you are quite well Kind regards G.S.
1906 Vigo : Calle Velazquez Moreno
Posted by Roll on 29th January 1906 in London : sent to
M Henderson White Ribbon, East Road, Cambridge
H.M.S. Antrim Arosa Bay, Spain
First Cruiser Squadron cruising. 26.1.06
Dear M. Just to wish you many happy returns of the day and hope you will see many more. We have been to sea for the last two days. We are having lovely weather here now. This is a view of the place we were at. With love from yours Roll
1906 With loving wishes : Man &
woman in open car (107 scan box) : text as on card
Posted by Mel? on 29th January 1906 in Cardigan : sent to Teddy
Thomas Belmont, Llandyssul, Wales
Please send me some nice views
These are the last of the "Series," Please write soon. Caving (looks like) here on the 3rd of Feb to be in business on the ??? inst. I was home Sunday, Cymreas (looks like) and I. How are You by now, "Alright." I suppose. So I must wish you "Good bye" now by a P.P.C being that I can't see you, I'll to you when I reach there. Ta Ta. Mel?
1906 Lost in the woods : Man &
woman in open car (107 scan box) : text as on card
Posted by M. S. on 29th January 1906 in Cardigan : sent to Teddy
Thomas Belmont, Llandyssul, Wales
My Dear Teddy,
I daresay you will be pleased to hear that I have had a place in, "Bradford House," Llanelly. I am going Saturday, to be in business Monday. So if you won't write before Saturday here, please address all to, the above place. With love from M.S.
1906 Die Schwestern (the sisters) : (107 scan box) : Anyone good at anagrams?
Posted by Bar. on 30th January 1906 in ...cht, UK : sent to
Howie Auchleven, Premney, Insch
I came here yesterday & am going home on Thursday. How si het entlemang ni het icturep ilnel't. nda hichu fo su si ot etg inch? Sorry Leslie lont on Tuesday Better luck next. Love Bar. Would be glad of a letter before Thursday
1906 Glasgow Bridge (107 / 61)
Posted by Jean K on 3rd February 1906 in Glasgow : sent to Miss Gunn, Eton Terrace, Edinburgh
Dear Sister thanks for P.C glad you are all well love to all at 4 -- sorry I cant see sweet marie today am well grand day this day fine for a saturday when you get a half holiday besides rain got a p.c from Duncan and letter all well in Doll he says I was at a supper and dance given by the Firm last night so I feel a bit tired today love to all at Jean K
1906 Gannochy Bridge near Montrose
Posted by M. H. S. on 9th February 1906 in West Ealing : sent to Miss M Pyne, Campden House Road, Kensington
It was at Pantness that the inscription was bought. I was caught in the heavy hail & rain yesterday while on the way to post your card, & it got very wet so I had to wait till it dried, but am afraid it got smudged. Hope Mummy keeps better. My love to you both, Yours affecately ?.H.S. 9-2-06.
1906 Market Place, Wells
Posted by Bessie on 23rd February 1906 in Wivliscombe : sent to Mrs T? Hill in Helewood Farm, Bampton
Mother & Flo arrived home alright about 1/4 to 8. They were very cold & wet. But I hope they wont catch cold. Love to all
1906 2 young children washing : Mother's help (107 scan box)
Posted by Jeannie on 9th February 1906 in Stirling : sent to Miss E Reid, West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
Tell mother I will expect a letter soon. Cousin Jeannie
1906 Glen Shiel, Ross shire (107/61)
Posted by Phoebe? on 2nd March 1906 in Brighton : sent to Mrs Reynolds Babbington Road, Streatham, London
My dear aunt, Will you all ....... my best thank for letters received also for P? C? last evening. I hope your cold is better also Ciss. My parcel has come this morning The weather here is wet. I am going out this morning, better to day. I hope the other week will do its work well. Is not this a pretty card, came upon it by accident, it is near where I started in Scotland, thought you would like it love to all Phoebe? I hope Will? will not need his ..... very best? thanks to you all for looking after dear Mother
1906 Inverness Cathedral from the
Posted by Phyllis on 3rd March 1906 in Preston : sent to Mr Gent Prospect Hill, Heighton Walton Nr Preston
I hope you will like this P.P.C.
With love from Phyllis
1906 Tunbridge Wells, Toad Rock
Posted by Ernest on 6th March 1906 in Tunbridge Wells : sent to Mrs Partridge Kings Head, Easthoathly, Sussex
Just a few lines to say I am sorry I cannot come down at Easter, and I thanks you for your letter, and I will try and come down, another time mum, but? I will only be too please (sic) to come down to see you all mum Remember me to the Girls. With my best Wishes to you all mum mr & mrs Thulock wishes to be remembered to you all, From Ernest
1906 Boston: St. Butolph's Church
(interior) : (Text as on card)
Posted by Annie on 9th March 1906 in England? : sent to Miss M Hacker Platt Street, Goss Side, Manchester
Mother was confirmed in Ie (looks like) not it a splendid building. there are 36 & Steps & leading to the tower. hoping you are all well. Fond love Coy Annie
1906 East Cliff and Pier, Bournemouth
Posted by M Morrison on 28th March 1906 in Bournemouth : sent to Miss Kyle in the Isle of Whithorn
Today it is just lovely. The Place is also a grand one. I am glad to say that Chris is doing well. Mother also is fairly well considering. You seem to be having rough weather in Scotland just now, by all accounts. I hope your Father & Mother are keeping well. With Love.
1906 Hallyburton From The Lake
Posted by ? on 14th March 1906 in Co.......gus : sent to Miss
M Reid Buccleuch Street, Glasgow
1906 West U. F. Church & Established Church, Alloa
Posted by Jim on 17th April 1906 in Alloa : sent to Miss Young,
Traquair Arms Hotel, Innerleithen
Received letter with P.O. all right. Will write later. Jim
1906 Lowestoft, St John's Church
Posted by Sue? F? on 2nd May 1906 in Lowestoft : sent to Miss
c/o Wissidine near Oakham, Rutlandshire
7? Kirkley Cliff
Dear Nellie Lowestoft Thank you so much for that kind letter you sent home to me, expect you have heard that I am here for 3 weeks how are you now. I am writing a letter to your Mother ???? too being to busy to write more now love From Sue? F?
1906 Rothesay From Chapelhill
Posted by Dad on 2nd May 1906 in Rothesay : sent to Miss
Marion R Reid,
Buccleuch Street, Glasgow
2/5/06 Hope you are getting on well at school and helping mother. Kind love from Dad
1906 Head of Lake, Coniston
Posted by Alice on 11th May 1906 in Spilsby : sent to Miss
A Holmes c/o Rev Bassett, The Vicarage, East Kirkby, Spilsby
Dear Sir H. A. is coming at 8 oclock on mon morn so you must get your things ready. put on what you are coming home in when you get up then you wont have a bundle. mother cant come it is too early. come with him if you can if you can dont be late. love from all Alice
1906 Bille Burke (107 / scan box)
Posted by Nellie on 16th May 1906 in Milnrow : sent to Miss
May Whitehead Riverstead, Waterloo, near Liverpool
Aunt Ellen is getting your bathing Costume Reg is in London It has been very wet today Will write soon Love from Nellie
1906 London, Natural History Museum
Posted by ? on 21st May 1906 in Musselburgh : sent to Miss M Brown,
Hermitage Gardens, Morningside, Edinburgh
Just a PC. for you. got home all right they are doing the rest of their spring cleaning today seeing it is the Holiday. of course you know everybody and everything is push in a corner I will write later on the weather taken a change now from ??
P.S. ever of the ??? only thee ????????
1906 In Glen Nevis
Posted by Jessie on 25th May 1906 in Glasgow : sent to Miss B Mack,
c/o Wright, Kempock Street Gourock
Dear B - Thanks for lovely p p c's. I am afraid you wont be getting the good of your holiday the weather is so bad
1906 The Loch of the White Fairy
Posted by Caroline on 7th (or 3rd)? June 1906 in Aberdeen : sent to Mrs
Wool Mill, Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
I am very glad to hear that you got home all right. I will write to you soon. We think that the photo is very good of them. Have you seen the results of the Music Exam. I am very glad that I have got honours. Ask Caroline when on earth she is going to communicate with me ! Has'nt it been very warm today. Quite weather for the sea-side. I think this is all I have got to say. Hoping you are all well. With fondest love from Your loving niece Caroline
1906 Princes Street & Royal Institution, Edinburgh
Posted by E K N? on 18th June 1906 in Glasgow : sent to Miss Reid,
Buccleuch Street, Glasgow
Hope you are behaving today & that you were Kind to the dear patient John E K N?
1906 Fish Market, Cambridge
Posted by Lizzie on 21st June 1906 (or) 1908 in Edinburgh : sent to Mrs
Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith (Edinburgh)
Going down to boat from here. They are seeing to my boxes. Hope to see you at station. Lizzie
1906 Miss Mabelle Gillman (107 scan box)
Posted by Annie on 5th July 1906 in Hindley : sent to Miss Thorley,
Douglas Street, off Harrogate Street, Wigan
I am expecting you on Sat. do let me know if you can come, if you can come I will meet the 2 oclock car, don't be later. Love to all. Your loving Friend Annie
1906 St Catherine's Window, Dryburgh Abbey
Posted by ? on 10th July 1906 in Melrose : sent to Miss S? C
Hancock, New York, U.S.A.
1906 The Law Courts and Fleet Street, London
Posted by Jeannie on 11th July 1906 in Bootle : sent to Miss Kyle,
Seafield, Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire, Scotland
Just a line to let you know we arrived home safely at 6.30 this morning - Had a good journey - & found all here. well. With love from all to all Your aff(ectionate) Jeannie
1906 (or 1905) Glamis Castle
Posted by Nellie C M on 17th July 1906 (or 1905)? in Blairgowrie : sent to Mrs
The Elms Bridge of Earn
Have been out here for a while with Maggie, who joins in Love. Am going home to-morrow & Expect to go north next week. Nellie
1906 Colleen Bawn Rock, Killarney
Posted by Augusta Norrie on 18th July 1906 in Milnathort : sent to Mrs
Henderson White Hall Crescent, Dundee
July 18th. 1906
Dear Mrs Henderson
It is very wet weather here?, I have not been out very much Since I came perhaps tomorrow will be fine this is a very quiet place. trusting you are keeping better Since I left. my time will Soon be up for coming home again Augusta Norrie
1906 Death or Glory Boys Charge (a humorous card) (107 / 61)
Posted by John Runcie? on 20th July 1906 in Glasgow : sent to Mr
Doll, Brora, Sutherlandshire
Glad to hear that you are enjoying your holidays horrid weather here. have not seen any of the boys this week. hope you will get safe back to Glasgow. Your friend John Runcie?
1906 St Paul's Cathedral
Posted by ? on 28th July 1906 in Braunton : sent to Mrs Ellerslie,
Ellerslie, Falkland Road, Torquay
Thanks for nice parcel of today. Raining all day. misty - So have not gone anywhere. Poor choir boys gone to Saunton as it rained last Sat. Magnificent all the week till now.
Am expecting a long letter. Give my love to E. Love
1906 London : Trafalgar Square and Grand Hotel
Posted by Mr Thomson on 28th July 1906 in London : sent to Mr P R
c/o Miss Michie, Scotlandwell, Scotland
We are just getting ready to sail hoping this finds you Keeping stronger it is very warm here but changeable Thunder & very heavy rains hoping to get a few lines from you when home Your aff(ectionate) Father
1906? Roche Abbey
Posted by C.A.B. on 30th July 1906? in Stanley? : sent to Miss M G
Milligan Westgate House, Haltwhistle
Dear Miss Milligan
I received your pretty post card. Hope you are having a good time at Lanark. I enjoyed myself immensely ay Dunoon & Edinburgh. Evelyn told me you were staying till next Sat. I thought I would just sent it home & then you would get it when you returned. Expect you are not ready for work yet. Im not
Kind Regards from C.A.B.
1906 King's College Chapel, Aberdeen
Posted by G? MacKintosh on 31st July 1906 in Montrose : sent to Miss
R Cowlin N. Marine Road, Scarborough
"Timmy? / Jimmy?" asked me to send him some P. C.s - did he ask you to?
Old Montrose, Montrose 31st July
Very many thanks for sending the names of songs - Sorry I had not time to
write before. It is pouring here today. Hope you are having a good time. Love
from G? MacKintosh
1906 Westminster Bridge (London)
Posted by Arthur in August 1906 (or 1908) in Plaistow : sent to Miss
c/o Bailey Bros. High Street, East Ham
3 P M (the rest of the text written in reverse writing)
I was very pleased to see last evening also glad to say I enjoyed myself very much on Sunday . Hoping to see you this eveing And trusting you are well With love Arthur I shall write as soon as I can
1906 New Harbour & castle, Dunbar
Posted by J A on 4th August 1906 in Dunbar : sent to Miss
Smart c/o Ladhope Hall, Galashiels
Dear M. I dont remember your own address, so I hope you will excuse me sending it to Janies dont mention it Love to all J A
1906 Conway Castle and River
Posted by Gladys? on 4th August 1906 in Bridgend : sent to Miss
B Griffiths Nesta Road, Canton, Cardiff
Dear Beat:- I am anxiously awaiting a letter from you Glad
1906 Reith, from South
Posted by B I/J? Todd in 7th August 1906 in Darlington : sent to Miss
Moor of Darlington Bay View Terrace, Jersey
have had a lovely day here with Mr & Mrs Auckland am enjoying home again hope all are well see you / Your loving friend
B. I./J. Todd
1906 HRH Princess Louise of Schleswig Holstein daughter of Princess Christian (107 scan box)
Posted by R M? on 8th August 1906 in Newton Stewart : sent to Mrs?
Cairnholly by Creetown
just a line or two to let you no (sic) Mother just improve a little but very slow has been up for a little while Yours R M?
1906 St Nicholas Church, Yarmouth
Posted by ? on 9th August 1906 in Ipswich : sent to Mr -----------,
Waterloo House, Station Road, Frinton on Sea
Thanks for card just back from Yarmouth - had a glorious day, got wet through. Yours ----------------------
1906 Corfe Castle
Posted by ? on 9th August 1906 in Corfe Castle : sent to Teddy
Arbour Square, Commercial Road, London
Isn't this a lovely old Castle, it was blown up by Cromwell.
8. 8. 06
This is a view of the Castle, our Garden goes right down to the stream. I have cycled up this road, it is nicer going down as it is so hilly. Love from your old Sister.
1906 Chapter House and High Alter, Arbroath Abbey
Posted by Will on 15th August 1906 in Montrose : sent to Miss Mary
Hill Street, Dundee
Dear Mary I am at Sunnyside Asylum when writing this. They wouldn't keep me, said to come back in a week, Will AD
1906 Moffat. St Mary's Loch and Loch of the Lowes
Posted by G. J. Grant on 16th August 1906 in Portobello (now
Edinburgh) : sent to Miss V. A. R? Grant Pensionat v. Pilat-Möller,
Bad Kreuznach, Rhenish Prussia
I duly recd. yr. letter, but had Excess postage to pay! Let me know if got the p. order I sent you. ?M. is here now, came on Tuesday but she returns Liberton ... this month for a short while only tho! Bleny? better & goes see Mr. C. tomorrow. Rain here every day. Keep all p.cards I send you much love ... yrs G.J. Grant.
1906 Yester House, Gifford, Haddingtonshire
Posted by Grace on 25th August 1906 in Berwick : sent to Mrs Hutton
Queens Club, Frederick Street, Edinburgh
Dear Jane I hope you and Jenny have had a nice holiday glad to hear that Mrs Gordon was well. I was in Edinburgh last Thursday but hadnt time to go and see any one. will give you all the news when I see you I hope James is better with love from Grace
1906 Bracebridge Cottage, Sutton Park
Posted by K on 27th August 1906 in Birmingham : sent to Miss G
Ashley Avenue, Lower Weston, Bath
The Mount Sutton Coldfield B'ham
So pleased to have your p.p.c. this morning. I shall be back in London before week end. You are home next week I suppose? what a shame about Mrs T? I am glad you got away alright I am getting on alright Just had about enough of the Country. Would you care to come to Confectioners Exhibition, on from 8th. to 15th. I have tickets & seeing some toffee men there. so we shall be alright. Let me hear Yours with love K.
Posted by Phil on 28th August 1906 in Builth Wells, Breconshire : sent to Miss
May Jones Collingwood Hotel, Ilfracombe
Buittle 28/8/06 5pm
Lovely Road but very hilly - a bit dubious if can reach Landrindod to-night. hope you arrived alright Your Phil
1906 South Beach, Ardrossan
Posted by John on 30th August 1906? in Ardrossan : sent to Mrs?
Albert Place, Stirling
Missed my connection here this morning through taking G.S.W. instead of C.R. train. I forgot the Caley trains for Ardrossan do not go through Paisley now. Am staying overnight & will get "Viper" (looks like) at 10a.m. to-morrow. Hope you got safe home. John
1906 Seaforth shore, Bootle
Posted by B on 2nd September 1906 in Liverpool : sent to Mr Wilson,
We are having Splendid Weather here. hope you are enjoying yourself and having good Weather. B.
1906 High Street, Stockton-on-Tees
Posted by ? on 7th September 1906 in Spilsby : sent to Miss A
Holmes c/o Mr Maidens, The Manor House, East Kirkby, Spilsby
Dear Sirs Thank you very much for my locket it is a gem I went Home for tea yesterday but Lill coundn't get until after :/ Annie was at Home I enjoyed myself very much. pleased to hear you had such a nice time last Sunday Thanks for P.C. it is a very nice one much love from the Brown Lark Sep 6/06
1906 Woman & child on track beside windmill (107 scan box)
Posted by M E on 16th September 1906 in Stepaside, Pembrokeshire : sent to Miss
M Thomas Waungron, Lampeter, Llanwnen, Llanmybyther, Cardiganshire
Dear Niss Thomas Many thanks for last p.p.c., it was lovely. Am back in school again as ever. Hoping you have had a happy time of it this summer as I have.
My eldest sister is in Swansea at present for her holidays. Hope you are all well. Give my love to your mother & father & all. Also to my cousins @ Old Nenadd Mind write soon. M E
1906 Silverhow, Grasmere
Posted by C on 22nd September 1906 in Aberdeen : sent to Mrs Howie
Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
B and I had a roam through the town last night viewing the decorations. They are lovely. It is a lovely morning, and I'm out for the fore noon. Will write when I reach L------ Feeling A.1. Love from C.
1906 Royal Albert Hall
Posted by Mr Thomson on 23rd September 1906? in London : sent to Mr
P R Thomson,
c/o Miss Michie, Scotlandwell by Leslie
S/S "Fiona" London Sep 23rd 0?
just a few lines to let you Know I am getting on all right we leave here tonight at 6 P.M going to drive down, so I hope all goes well with us she is a strong good jib to all appearances, all well I will send you a paper from Leith end we are having good weather hoping you are Keeping on getting stronger with Kindest and best wishes from Father
1906 Warwick Castle
Posted by Eleanor ? on 6th October 1906 in Leamington Spa : sent to Miss
Hancock, New York, U.S.A.
We are having a most perfect time in England. we motored about the Shakespeare country yesterday. much love to you & cousin Sue. Eleanor ??????
1906 Gabrielle Ray (107 / scan box)
Posted by P T? on 6th October 1906 in Newcastle-on-Tyne : sent to Mrs
Hope Street, Crook, Co. Durham
Just a line to say that I will get the Flowers for you and send them by Rail on Monday night and you will get them on Tuesday morning. Hoping you are all well with love from P T?
1906 Lovers Walk Rouken Glen (107/61)
Posted by Frank on 12th October 1906 in Glasgow : sent to Miss
Bilston Lodge, Loanhead, Midlothian
got your letter glad you are all well hope to see Sunday I am going to Edin on Sat if well. I am in the best of health one for your collect Frank
1906 Miss Zena Dare, Mr Jack Dare & Miss Phyllis Dare (107 / scan box)
Posted by L S on 14th October 1906 in .....cester, England : sent to
B H Rimmell, Esq,
Hanley Castle, Worcester
missent to Lower wich ????
Am keeping my promise in sending you this P.P.C. you liked so much. L.S.
1906 The Avenue, Petersfield
Posted by ce?h..... on 16th October 1906 in Petersfield : sent to Miss
Mount Pleasant, Chepstow, Monmouthshire
Dear Toyrs (look like) I sent a few T? yesterday hope you will enjoy them. That wretch of a woman at Petersfield will not seem to hurray up and get you a place she said she was still on the look out but I dont believe her I got quite angry with her last evening but if you go to London Dear Hope there is cheap trains running every Sunday from here so I shall be able to come and see you and you be able to come down here but shall be able to see if she gets anything in a few days ce?f ....... nar??
1906 Cox's Cove, Cheddar
Posted by Nell on 29th October 1906 in Shepton Mallet : sent to Miss
Great Wood Farm, Chippenham
Dear L Just a like to let you know I am till living Bet ask me to wait much love Nell
1906 Thatched cottage with 2 cows : (107 scan box)
Posted by M F? on 31st October 1906 in Dumfries : sent to Mrs
St Vincent Street, Glasgow
No doubt you would like a place like what is on the other side when you go for your summer holidays Hope you are all well M. F?
1906 Joke card Stop yer tickling Jock! (107 scan box)
Posted by A Caence? on 2nd November 1906 in Newport : sent to Mr W Owen, c/o Mrs Totill, Beech Hurst Langly Road, Prestwich, Manchester
Thanks for P.C. also for the one last week & letter. Hope you are enjoying yourself & having fine weather. Shall expect a letter when you return telling me all the news & how many times you flirted Ay yours A Caence (looks like)
1906 Unidentified building (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 7th November 1906 in Methil : sent to Mr J Thomson, Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith (Edinburgh)
Leaving here for Kiel expect to get there on Saturday only one thing wrong with P/C light was on wrong side very good otherwise Chief is wonting (sic) you to do one for him when we get back good night
1906 Nottingham Castle
Posted by Bessie on 15th November 1906 in Brynmenyn? : sent to Miss
L Mabel Edwards,
Pleasant View, Pentre Ystrad, Wales
Greenfield Road Brymenyn
Dear Mabel Just a few lines hoping your cold is better I sent you a PC in about a fort-night after you went home but forgot to put my name so I must remember this time dont forget to write back Bessie
1906 The Serpentine, Hyde Park (London)
Posted by Frank on 5th December 1906 in Comshall : sent to Mrs
William Road, Sutton, Surrey
Dear A(ll?) just a line to let you know that I have heard from the Doctor and I am going to the great London Hospital on Monday. Olive will take me with fond love Frank
1906 St. James' Palace, London
Posted by ? on 6th December 1906 in England? : sent to Mr P R
Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith (Edinburgh)
Leaving here Thursday morning for Methil to load for Eckerford will try & get a run home
1906 The Pavilion, Lowestoft
Posted by ? on 11th December 1906 in Methil : sent to Mr Peter R
Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith (Edinburgh)
we are laving (sic) here tomorrow for Eckerford if you will write on Saturday will get me all right cannot get Broker (looks like) address so you will have to put it by Consul Good night
1906 Harzburg : Der Riefenbach
Posted by Eunice on 24th December 1906 in Stretton : sent to Mrs
West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
There are two upright ones for your album Thanks for P. C. love from Eunice
1906 Christmas Wishes, etc. (107 scan box)
Posted by D W Griffeths on 24th December 1906 in Caerphilly : sent to
Tudors Terrace, Aberdare
To Mr Daniel Davies From D W Griffeths Friend & Student
1907? Hindoo God Siva : Ceylon (197 Scan box)
Posted by K C? ? in 1907? in Ceylon : sent to J Reid,
West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire, Scotland
would you mind telling me the name of your place father would like to know as he knows that a..... so well.
Thanks for P C. I know P. Patrick well. My father was born on the "old P Patrick" Rd & we hope to spend a good part of the summer in Wigtonshire My Aunt is in the farm of "Barnsghangan", New Luce. Perhaps you know it. Yours K C ?
1907 The Spanish Armada Memorial, Plymouth
Posted by E. J/T? on 1st (January, June or July) 1907 in Plymouth : sent to Miss
Queen Street, Stirling
We are anchored in the Bay just now. We will be leaving about 2pm all well
With Fondest Love E. J/T?
1907 Miss Phyllis Dare (107 scan box)
Posted by Cousin Davie on 30th January 1907 in Merthr Tydvil, Wales : sent to Miss
Waungron?, Llanunen near Lampeter, Cardigan
Dear Cousin Mary
Just A line to let you know that I received your letter safe. Maggie has started to sewing monday and she send her best love to you all. Dan is going to have his photo taken so you shall have one when we get them, no more news this time. You shall have more next time This from your Cousin Davie with love xxxxxxx
D H Evans 18a Well st Cefn Coed Write back soon
1907 Knowsley Street, Bolton
Posted by Lizzie on 31st January 1907 in Lincoln : sent to Miss
The Manor House, East Kirkby, near Spilsby
Dear Adah if all be well I am going Home for a week on Saturday & hope you will have a chance to get one day if the weather is any thing like isnt it Sharp this winter. hope you are well, much love from Lizzie
1907 Queen Mary's Bedroom, Holyrood (107/61)
Posted by Frank on 31st January 1907 in Glasgow : sent to Miss
Eton Terrace, Edinburgh
I will be going to Edin tomorrow 2.p.m at Haymarket for the week End as we stopped work till monday morn they are white washing the Factory hope to find you all well love to all Frank ???????
1907 Lunan House
Posted by M H on 16th February 1907 in Arbroath : sent to Miss
C Melvin Loadman Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne
Was very pleased to have your letter. Tell Auntie that grandma was a little 'hirply' for a week or so after her excursion to Montrose but is all right again. We had your friend Mr. Pert to tea on the Sunday afternoon when I was there. All well at present. M.H.
1907 Lunan House
Posted by K C C on 27th February 1907 in Columbo : sent to J Reid
West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
Thanks for ??? I know Lucknow very well. The summer before I came to Ceylon I spent a few months at ?enhead & was very often up at the castle K C C.
1907 Proverbs : The hasty angler loses the fish : couple by tree (107 scan box) : (the following message has been done in mirror writing)
Posted by Dai on 27th February 1907 in Bassaleg : sent to Miss P
Bond Tynyffynon Farm, Rhiwderin, near Newport, Mon.
Just one old friendship she be true
Is worth a hundred that are new
1907 Bowl of flowers orchids : Happy birthday (107 scanbox)
Posted by ? on 4th March 1907 in Ixworth : sent to Miss
Florry Watts Stowlangtofts, Suffolk
To Florry Wishing you many happy returns of the day From (name has not been written)
1907 The Blind Fiddler - Sir D. Wilkie (107 scanbox)
Posted by ?. on 10th March 1907 in Childrey : sent to Miss
Piggott Northfield, York Road, Southend on Sea
Wishing you many happy returns of the day. Much love from all
1907 Plain postcard
Posted by J. J. on 20th March? 1907 in Llansamlet : sent to Mr E
Paddison Queen Street, Neath
Have just arrived home. Will meet you at Llansamlet by same train as last time. just in time for post J. J.
1907 Painting : The Smiddy (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 23rd March 1907 in Newburgh-Fifeshire : sent to Mr/Mrs?
D ? Maitland De Vere Garden, Kensington, London
Dear ............. I am glad to hear your coming Home again Fred.... sends his love ??
1907 George Square and Municipal Buildings. Glasgow
Posted by J. D. on 25th March? 1907 in Glasgow : sent to Miss
Jessie Chisholm, Oak Lodge, Burnside, Dollar
Message: J D
1907 Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh (107/61)
Posted by ? on 3rd April 1907 in Edinburgh : sent to Miss Bessie Gunn Doll Brora, Sutherlandshire
Dear Bessie a P.C. to let you know that Lena? is much better she was out in the grounds today Iris? was up seeing here she is not sure when she will get away from the Infirmary yet. the Dr did not say, but she expects to be in a day or two Frank was here for the week end went back last night; he his in the best of health. ?all is well he is to go home to see you on the trades holiday, in July. Iris got your P.C. tonight love to all at home write soon ??????
1907 Coldknap Point - Barry
Posted by D. ?????on 5th April 1907 in Fleur de Lis (is this a
place)? : sent to Miss S M Bright c/o Mrs Stange, Clarence Street (or
My Dear Friend,
Hope you are enjoying yourself. Have come to Beachwood for a day's outing. D ?????
1907 Painting of Bubbles (107 scan box)
Posted by Carri(e) on 9th April 1907 in UK : sent to Mrs Howie Wool Mill, Auchleven, Insch
my Dearest Auntie,
I got home all right, as I hope Carrie and Bill did also. The train was very late. It was 10.30 or we came to K. Bruster. It has been rather a nasty day here. Very misty, and it is raining now. Mother will write soon thanking you for the ------ . Hope you are all quite well. With love from Carrie
1907 London Bridge
Posted by Jessie on 19th April 1907 in London : sent to Miss M E
Denholm Charing Cross, Glasgow
Had a very good journey, but a little late. Have had tea and a walk along "The Strand".
Love from Jessie
1907 Miss Isabel Jay (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 19th April 1907 in Tonypandy, Wales : sent to Miss
Ethel M Harris Nelson Street, Chepstow
I enjoyed my self a treat Easter. I was in Carmathern Mon - Ponty pridd Tues I see you did enjoy yourself alright too. Aunt Mary is going to kill me. I went close behind her one night on the bike and I blew the horne She jumped to the side of the road I am afraid to go to tea now or I will be missing ??
1907 Cheapside looking west, London
Posted by W?. on 20th April 1907 in Willisden : sent to Miss E
Briggs Furnace Lane, Brampton, Chesterfield
Dear E. We are having a fine time be home at Chesterfield some day With Love from W?
1907 Paris - Facade de Notre-Dame
Written by G? C? Candlish on 14th May 1907 & posted in France : sent to Miss
Kyle Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire, Scotland
Beautiful weather & a grand time G C Candlish 14. 5. 07.
1907 Lady Jane's Cottage, Eglinton
Posted by ? on 24th May 1907 in Kilwinning : sent to Mr J Gamble
c/o Mrs Ratcliff, Burndyke Street, Govan
If you are coming down to day Saturday try and break your journey at Kilburnie as I am going to the sports. (Weather permitting)
1907 Gruss aus dem Neuen Königl. Operhaus (Kroll)
Posted by A Fabra Riba or R Jude on 12th June 1907 in Berlin : sent to Miss
Mary Chisholm Lown (Lawn) Market, I.I.P. rooms, Edinburgh
Quite disappointed in learning that you don't come to Stutgart. Why not? I want to Know it. If you and the other child were comming (sic) I should like to go to meet you. I'll write you longer. Best wishes R Jude A. Fabra Riba
1907 Bowhill Avenue, Selkirk
Posted by ? on 14th June 1907 in Selkirk : sent to Miss
Janet Michie Canongate, Jedburgh
Another for your Collection
1907 Joke card "Hands Free" (107 scan box) (text as on card)
Posted by Rosie on 17th June 1907 in Dulwich : sent to Miss
Pabridge King head hotel, East Hoathly, Sussex
My Dear nellie. Thank(s) For That nice Post card you sent so Long ago I cant Seem To Get Such ..... ones as You .... I never mind Them coming is There S.... Them They may do a Smile But we never can as Long as They pass The Post I am Sorry I shall not Be down To see You all This Summer with much Love To all Rosie
1907 Man in front of house (107 scan box)
Posted by A H Pringle? on 2(?) June 1907 in Newcastle-on-Tyne : sent to Mr
J Hodge Fore Street, Portleven, Cornwall
Having a very good time Hoping to be with you next week Yours A H. Pringle?
1907 Perthshire - Pass of Killiecrankie
Posted by Jeannie? on 23rd June 1907 in Inverurie : sent to Mrs
Howie Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
This is from Jeannie with her fondest love. and she hopes to see you soon
1907 Versailles - Bassin du Dragon
Posted by H? on 17th (June or August) 1907 in ...Seinee... : Sent to Mle Lahaed in Hotel de L'Europe, Lille
Ca Jour ........ H.
1907 The Duck Keepers Cottage, St
James Park, London
Posted by N on 3rd July 1907 in Egham, Surrey : Sent to Mr E Coles Buchanan Gardens, Kensal Rise, London
Dr E, Sam G. died last Sunday, funeral tomorrow thought you would like to know. had a line from Tom this morn. Ma is thinking of coming here next Monday for a few days. how are you getting on? write soon love from N.
1907 Dunure Castle
Posted by JBW on 6th July 1907 in Ayr : Sent to Miss Isa Neithercut Titchfield Street, Kilmarnock
Hoping that you managed alwright (sic) without us JBW
1907 Pitlochry, N.B.
(North Britain) Soldiers Leap
Posted by ? on 15th July 1907 in Lairg : Sent to Miss Collingwood Cornhill House, Cornhill on Tweed
we arrived today & hope to stop a week or ten days - Weather still far from good, I hope you are having it better Please send this card to Nora, she collects them
1907 Skelmorlie Hydropathic from the
Water (107 / 61)
Posted by Tom on 15th July 1907 in Skelmorlie : Sent to Mr Frank Gunn Kilvine Cottage, Doll Brora, Sutherlandshire
There is no spirits but what's in the Bottle I am happy hope you are the same. Yours, Tom
1907 Inverary from the South : On
Board Turbine S. S. King Edward
Posted by ? Smith on 15th July 1907 in Glasgow : Sent to Rev Innes Eaton c/o Miss Kyle isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire
There was a lad wha stayed in Kyle
And dressed i' most teriffic style
But if you only caught his smile
1907 Bothwell Bridge
Posted by Bedford (looks like) on 16th July 1907 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss Jessie Chisholm Castle Hill Tarbert, Loch Fyne
If not found.
R.L. Bedford (rubber stamp)
3, Kittach Street,
Hope you got my letter expected you for a day or so. if free will be pleased if you could come here now Bedford (looks like)
1907 The Table, Kinnoull Hill, Perth
Posted by Alice & Joan on 20th July 1907 in Perth : Sent to Mr Tom Baird c/o Mrs R Forbes, Lindsay Road, North Leith (Edinburgh)
Dear Tom You must excuse us for not sending you a P. C. sooner but I hope you are not disappointed. we arrived home all safe. sorry we did not see you before we left. rather a quick dispatch hope you are all well what do you think of the view. rather a nice one. hope to hear from you soon. with love from Alice & Joan
1907 Barry Road
Posted by J M on 22nd July 1907 in Cullen : Sent to George G McDonald Esqr Menzie Road, Torry, Aberdeen
Milltown Deskford By Cullen 21/7/07
We arrived here all safe and enjoying ourselves fine. Father says to put in an Estimate for the Bonaccord Coal Coy. also try and see Mr Taylor how it is moving I hope Frank will get on all right at Dufftown. See & get fun and enjoy yourselves locve from all to all J. M & M. McD
1907 Towers of St Andrews & St Rule
Posted by G R on 24th July 1907 in Kingsbarns : Sent to Miss Ellen Reid c/o Cranslagmory Farm, Port Bannatyne, North Bute
Sea View Kingsbarns Fifeshire
Hope you are enjoying your holidays. I am having fine weather here. The picture shows one of the ruins of St Andrews Ever Yours G. R.
1907 Inverness. The Castle and Flora
Posted by Jack on 25th July 1907 in Inverness : Sent to Miss Mcarthur Oakbank, Dollar
We are staying here at present. Jack
1907 Inverness from Castle Hill
Posted by Dada on 25th July 1907 in Inverness : Sent to Miss Alice Stuart, c/o Mrs McRae F. C. Building Large
With love from Dada (looks like) 25th July 1907
1907 Stonehaven Harbour
Posted by Robert on 26th July 1907 in Stonehaven : Sent to Mr Galloway Houston Cottage, Houston, Renfrewshire
Stone haven 26/7/07
am enjoying this place very much
It is very bracing. Weather is fine though dull. Love to all Robert
1907 Gilhepste Falls, near Glynneath,
Posted by K H on 26th July 1907 in Usk : Sent to Mr R H Hall Quathiaski Cove, Valdes Island, British Columbia
July 26th / 07
A little bit of the vale of Heath! Mary is staying with the James' at Ross I expect she will send you a few post cards. Since the terrific Thunder Storms a week ago the weather has been very unsettled can't get on with the hay. Hope you are well, we all are. Yours K. H.
1907 Brixworth Church (West end),
Posted by Mother on 27th July 1907 in Inverness : Sent to Mr H M? Prinlet? Albert Street, Banbury
Have received today long letter, & shall quite expect you & Fred on Saturday Williams will be delighted to get some tennis. Mother.
1907 A Peaceful Morning : A H Cole
(107 scan box)
Posted by A C on 6th August 1907 in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Aitchison Burnbank, Fouldon, Berwick-on-Tweed
hope you got to Burnbank all right. I got back here all right It felt bitter cold driving hoping you are none the worse of your flurry, and I hope you found all at home well hope Jim and Bessie will be good A.C.
1907 The Beach: Ayr
Posted by Millie? on 7th August 1907 in Ayr : Sent to Miss E Tanner Pen Moel? Terrace, Woodcroft, Nr Chepstow, Mon.
Dear E. I see you have arrived safe hope you are having fine weather & fine times like me What Ho? the Kilts shall soon be home again now Love from Millie?
1907 Porthcawl Camp Aug 1907
Posted by Watt? on 8th August 1907 in Porthcawl : Sent to Miss M Weaver in Dodderhill Common near Bromsgrove
this is our band
we are enjoying ourselves a treat quite a nice place but it has been raining all day today but we have not been out so we have not got wet a young fellow was drowned yesterday in the sae of our Regt (Regiment)? Yours Watt?
1907 Dutch Landscape : Windmill (107
Posted by Carrie on 17th? August 1907 in the UK : Sent to Miss Howie Wool Mill, Auchleven, Insch
Aug. 17th 07.
My Dearest Carrie,
I will come out on Monday by the train leaving Abdn (Aberdeen) at 5.45. I hope that will suit you. It is warmer here today and I think there is thunder somewhere. Hoping you are all well & with love to all from Carrie
1907 The Bridge : Stourport Regatta
Posted by Elsie? on 13th August 1907 in Kidderminster : Sent to Miss L Dale in Dodderhill Common near Bromsgrove
We went here last Thursday. It is a lovely river. Have you got your holidays yet, give my love to all at Mac's. With love Elsie
1907 High Street, Perth
Posted by Henry? on 18th August 1907 in Glasgow : Sent to B. M.P. de Eiey? Sart St Eustach, (fosses), Belgium
1907? (might be 1904) Glenmarkie, Glenisla
Posted by Mother on 23rd August 1907 in Blairgowrie : Sent to R B Cox Snowden Place, Stirling
Thanks for letters. Love & remembrances to all Aug 23rd Mother
1907 The Cathedral and River Ness, Inverness
Posted by Flo? on 26th August 1907 in Inverness : Sent to Mrs Bradley Cutford Cottage, Hewell Gardens, nr. Redditch, Worcestershire
Dear M just a p.c. hope you are quite well. I have been along this walk thanks for letter will write later love to all from Flo?
1907 Jungfrau beim Alpenglühen
(107 / 61)
Posted by A S on 26th August 1907 in Interlaken, Switzerland : Sent to Mrs Sellon Heimat, Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
Salutations cordicles! A.S. (possibly Adolf Susman)
1907 Inverness - The Castle
Posted by Flo? on 26th August 1907 in Inverness : Sent to Mr W Bradley Cutford Cottage, Hewell Gardens, nr. Redditch, Worcestershire
Dear F thank you for letter will write later having good sport & plenty of rain this last week has may arrived back yet. was having a fine time love from Flo?
1907 Bailey Estate, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Posted by El....? on 31st August 1907 in Guernsey : Sent to Miss Annie Hubert Hopeley, Mont-à-l'Cellé, St Heliers, Jersey
We quite forgot to send your parcel yesterday morning but will send it by Dad on
Wednesday unless you want it before. All the Gallienne's are coming home
to-morrow so I will be busy. The Parton's & Maky's all came yesterday they went
home about ten. I went to Candie with Elda on Thursday evening. Constance's
address is c/o Mrs Gallichan Fortington House Poole Road, West Bournemouth
She sent you a pretty P.C. yesterday of Bournemouth had better send you her ione as soon as possible because I don't know when she is coming back. Muriel & Helene were to have come back to-day I don't know whether they have or not. Rev De Mouilpied from Paris called in to see us to-day. Mother & I have been asked to go to bobo on Wednesday by the Parton's. they are going back next Saturday. I hope I will go & see them off. Miss Arthur has gone to jersey to-night for a few days. Bob Corbet has gone to America he went yesterday morning he is going by the St Louis. I wish I was gone as well. Love from El......
1907 Forest Scene near Lyndhurst Road
Posted by Eva on 4th September 1907 in Mar...... : Sent to Miss Myra Satherley, The Square, Kingsbury Episcopi, near Martock
Just a card wishing you many happy returns of the day, with much love from Eva Best wishes
1907 Bonnington, Falls of Clyde,
Posted by ? B on 9th September 1907 in Lanark : Sent to Miss M Watson in Kinleith, Currie (now Edinburgh)
Hope you will like this view for your album
1907 Tromie Bridge, Kingussie
Posted by Nancy on 16th September 1907 in Redcar : Sent to Miss Edith Mitchell in West View, Littlethorpe, Ripon
Thanks for P.P.C. Uncle Charlie came for May & Eva on Saturday. They had lovely weather they never had a wet day. Uncle & Auntie are coming for the weekend soon. Love to all Nancy.
1907 Queen Mary's Bedroom, Holyrood
Posted by A?? on 18th September 1907 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mrs Baird The Lodge, Helensburgh
Thanks for letter we have been busy here getting all the new patents (patients)? in.
Would you send me some heat? gelatine, not very much I want to make some lemon sponge for a patient ar?
1907 2 kittens in basket + : (107
Posted by A? on 27th October 1907 in Inverness/Inverurie? : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Dearest Mother Arrived all right. Don't forget my Jeannie!
1907 Town Hall, Liverpool
Posted by Elsie on 31st October 1907 in Blacker : Sent to Miss Cissie Waller in Chapel Street, Birdwell near Barnsley
Dear Cissie you will think I have forgotten you altogether. But I have been so busy Sorry you didnt manage to come last week. You must come & have your tea with us some Sunday before long & dont forget. We hope you are all better of your colds. I suppose Lizzie has got a bycycle (bicycle). Her Mother told us last Sunday. I did not get up to the Harvest Festival at all this time It was Mr Gregory that preached on the Thursday. The people at Blacker dont seem to care for him. I expect some of you will know this PC Love from Elsie
1907 Grand Hôtel
Bellevue & Beau-Rivage et Hôtel des Postes
Neuchâtel, Switzerland (107 / 61) : Message all in French
Posted by A C on 21st November 1907 in Neuchatel : Sent to Monsieur H Sellon Heimat, Hook & hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
Message : not transcribed
1907 Coats Memorial Church, Paisley
Posted by Jessie on 25th November 1907 in Paisley : Sent to Miss Pearl Macdonald in Grahams Road, Falkirk
With love from Jessie
1907 Contrary Wins by Webster (107
Posted by Jennie? on 4th December 1907 in Stirling : Sent to Mrs Jas. Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
Dear mary, I received your welcome letter, and was pleased to get all news & to
hear you are all keeping well. I will write to you some time before Xmas, our
busy time is begun now but we are having miserable rainy weather, Granny went
home the week before you wrote to me, mother has been out at Rayne helping us
Grandma there has been ill, but I think she come home on Sat. Yours Jeanie
Love to Jim, Elsa & Willie also Jamie? & yourself. Jeanie
1907 Reservoir Park - Hamilton,
Posted? by Mam? on 7th December 1907 in Cape Town : Sent to ? S Bradford 2nd Border Regt Ar??????rg Barracks, Pretoria, South Africa* strensall, York(shire, UK)
Dear just another scene for your P.P.C. Mam?
1907 Portrait of girl : sincere
wishes (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 7th? December 1907 in New Byth : Sent to Miss Elsie Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
Forti et fideli nihil difficile
1907 Forbury Gardens & Lion Monument Reading
Posted by S ? on 9th December 1907 in Waddesdon : Sent to Miss K Seymour c/o Westfield Terrace, Magpie Hall Road, Chatham
Just a line hoping you are well I have been looking for a letter each day so hope there is nothing wrong with you I remain your loving friend. S ? please send me letter soon dear
1907 Robert Burns (107 scan box)
Posted by Bella Irvine on 23rd December 1907 in Prestwick : Sent to Robert Wilson Gardiner Street, Partick, Glasgow
Welton Ayr Road Prestwick
Just a P.C. to let you know I did'nt forget you although you never came to see us as you promised. We are all down here for a fortnight and will be home on the 8th Jan. Hope to see you then in the meantime Wishing you a merry Xmas & a Happy New Year in "Tennants." Yes. Bella Irvine
1907 Sailing boats by lading stage (107 scan box)
Posted by A Burton on 23rd December 1907 in Bridgenorth : Sent to Miss Mildred For/Tor? Belvedere Road, Burton-on-Trent
Love & Best wishes hoping you are all quite well. A Burton
1907 Portrait of man outside building
: 107 (to identify)
Posted by Dick on 24th December 1907 in Battersea : Sent to Miss I Hemying (looks like) Sylcot, Harold Road, Upper Norwood
A Merry Xmas Good Health & Good Luck Dick
1907 Christmas Greetings design (107 scan box)
Posted by F E Burgess on 25th December 1907 in Stratford on Avon : Sent to Miss Lily Dale Shakespeare Street, Stratford on Avon
Best Wishes for a Happy Christmas. F.E. Burgess
1908 Noonday, Loch Ard
Posted by C Inglis? on 7th January 1908 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour House, Aberlour, Banffshire
Dear Mrs Reid Just a line to thank you for your card. and to Say not to bother sending back the books just give them to any one you think will care for them Did the hare Shoot come off well this year Hope all of you are well will write by & by.
1908 Charing Cross and Strand, London
Posted by C.R J? on 14th January 1908 in Blaenau-Festiniog : Sent to Mr Jones Bryn Arvon?, Cly.....Road, Pen-y-groes
Message possibly in Welsh?
1908 The British Museum : London
Posted by S. C. Albrini? on 23rd January 1908 in Church Stretton : Sent to Mrs J F George Longden Cole..., Shrewsbury
Thanks for letter & invite of this morn- I'm sorry, but can't get away this weekend, but will try & come next week. end. (all being well). & nothing happens to prevent. I'll expect you will have no lodgers, by then. no such luck I suppose. In great ........... ......... your loving S. C. this is for Franc... Albrini?
1908 Woman and bot on steps of
Posted by Chris on 25th January 1908 in Liverpool : Sent to W Craigen, Esq. 8 Chancelot Terrace, Leith (now Edinburgh)
How do you like Frankie & I in our working suits? Hope you are all well, and have got over the new Year festivities. Love to both from Chris.
1908 Heads of Angels : Reynolds (107
Posted by A S on 28th January 1908 in Finsbury Park : Sent to Mrs Sellon Heimat, Hook Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
Hearty thanks for your letter, just received. 11 pm. home from the city Am overwhelmed with work, and shall not be able to attend to the parcel for about a week, when I hope to have a little more spare time, it would therefore be useless for Mr S. to call next Wednesday when he rides. (looks like) I should be too busy to see him; will write you more fully as soon as find time Ever yours AS
1908 Miss Zena Dare (107 scan box)
Posted by C on 14th February 1908 in Aberdeen : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Have got so far on my way in safety Mr K? and Jeannie were both on the lookout. Have got a lovely day. Love from C.
1908? The Bonny House O' Rielle
Posted by Mother on 17th February 1908? in London : Sent to Miss N Kiely/Riely Loretto Convent, Fermoy, Co. Cork, Ireland
Thanks so much for lovely letter you gave me a lot of information. I would write you a letter but I had to write to Maggie Monahan? for her birthday tomorrow. Did Mrs Murphy come.! Do not forget the programme? I hope you will enjoy ??? wedding Best love to K??? mother
1908 The Madonna Giovanni Sassoferrato (107 scan box)
Posted by Gobblessie (looks like) on 1st March 1908 in Childrey : Sent to Miss
Piggott Northfield, York Road, Southend on Sea
All's well Will write after Sunday. No news. G. is home. Mrs - was so pleased with ? printing - R's funeral Sat: 2 o'clock. Gobblessie.
1908 Highland Cattle, Rowardennan,
Posted by Blanchie on 16th March 1908 in Hendon : Sent to Mrs Coleman Luton Hoo, Luton
Just a line hoping you are as well as it leaves me at present. I am longing for the holidays. Give my love to all at home. We come home at Easter, the Wednesday before Easter Sunday. Now Good-bye dear Mamma from your loving Blanchie.
1908 Draped female in churchyard
scene with hymn Abide with me (107 scan box)
Posted by Eunice on 26th March 1908 in Alford, Somerset : Sent to Mrs Reid, West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
D. M. hope you are rid of cold and everything but the weather is so changeable
the photo is not bad of your good man wish I could come and see you again but we
are 9s/9 this ??? London love to all from Eunice
1908 Abbots House, Arbroath
Posted by Betsy? on 30th March 1908 in Arbroath : Sent to Miss G Alexander Grange Lodge, Ashley Road, Walton on Thames
I will send your parcel this week. I have mournings this week I hope you will like yours allright hope you are all well with love to all from Betsy?
1908 Sheepwashing in Sussex
Posted by M/N? A on 3rd April 1908 in Corofin : sent to Miss
Belvedere Road, Burton on Trent, England
Mother thanks you very much for C. Times which she finds very useful. With Love M/N? A
1908 (or) 1906 The Palm Dell, Hyde Park, London
Posted by Grandma on 5th April 1908 (or 1906) in Corofin : sent to
Belvedere Road, Burton on Trent, England
Grand ma is delighted with the pretty present Mildred worked. Grandma has shown me the pretty tray cloth you sent. Love from Grandma
1908 Station Road, Portslade, Looking
Posted by T/F? Po.... on 16th April 1908 in Brighton : Sent to Mr T? Morgan in Woodbine Cottage, Rudry near Caerphilly
Dear Sir thanks for letter I shall be pleased to come to you after Whitsunday it may be a bit later than this cause? I shall go to P....... this to South.... but perhaps it will not matter to you if it is July instead of June with love to all T/F? Po...
1908 Duddingston Church (Edinburgh)
Posted by C Inglis on 16th April 1908 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mrs Reid West Lodge, Aberlour House, Aberlour, Banffshire
Sorry to hear you have had such a bad foot. Got the parcel all right for which thanks. I dont think ?? ? will cure ?adie of his hunting habits love to all C Inglis
Les bords du lac aux Saars (107 / 61)
Posted by ? on 6th May 1908 in Neuchatel : Sent to A S Sellon Esqre Sunny Cottage, Kettlebaston, Ipswich, Suffolk
(Renés birthday kisses) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
1908? +/- Waldenburg.
Villa Reseda (107 / 61)
Written by ? in May? 1908? in Switzerland? : Sent to A G Sellon Esq Heimat, Batston? Road, Chatham
Renes birfday kisses XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
1908? Best Birthday Wishes shaking
hands with flowers (107 scan box)
Posted by Nellie on 12th May 1908? in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss M Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Dear Maggie We all wish you many happy returns, and hope granny is keeping better. I almost forgot about this being your birthday but better late than never. nellie
1908 Female in bed below crucifix : Hymn
Abide with me (107 scan box)
Posted by Eunice on 21st May 1908 in Alford, Somerset : Sent to Mrs R
eid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
Dear. M. you do seem unfortunate just lately I hope everyone is quite alright again now. It has been the measles. The country is looking lively (lovely)? just now. the wind still keeps cold but the sun is warm I was in Bristol last week with my old mum? and met my sister there love to all from Eunice for yourself xxx
1908 Basel : Rathaus (107 / 61)
Posted by ? on 9th June 1908 in Basel, Switzerland : Sent to A S Sellon Sunny Cottage Kettlebaston (sic) Ipswich
Dearest G, much love dearest. we travelled quite safely. R. very good; naughty to-day because tired. Had a wretched passage. Shall stay at home until school open at Neuchâtel Have already something for you d promised something else. R. sends love. Will write a letter to morrow. How did you & Grisette trave? Your own ????
1908 Basel : Spalentor (107 / 61)
Posted by ? on 10th June 1908 in Basel, Switzerland : Sent to A S Sellon Sunny Cottage Ketlebaston (sic) Ipswich
I got your card. R is more spoilt here than anywhere else. He is as jolly as a sand boy. Shall write you a long letter to-morrow night. but? not to-day or to-morrow. R. delighted with Bale. It is a beautiful town especially after Chatham. Goodbye dearest Take care of Gr...te please.
1908 Picadilly Circus, London
Posted by Wenney (looks like) on 13th June 1908 in Poplar : Sent to Master W Hugh Boore Nesta Road, Canton, Cardiff
Hope you are quite well, with love from Auntie Wenney (looks like)
1908 Travers - l'Egise (107 / 61) : all in French
Posted by ? ? on 19th June 1908 in Travers, Switzerland : Sent to Madame H Sellon p. Mademoiselle Mory, Waldenburg
Message not transcribed
1908 Travers : Church and river scene (107 / 61) : all in French, so please forgive any errors in transcription!
Posted by ? on 19th June 1908 in Travers, Switzerland : Sent to Monsieur René Sellon p. Mademoiselle Mory, Waldenburg
Un affecueux? bon jour de Mademoiselle Bierè? Mes compliments ā Mademoiselle .....tat s'il vs plaît.
1908 Interlaken und Berner Oberland (107 / 61) : all in German : almost impossible to read!
Posted by ? ? on 21st June 1908 in Interlaken, Switzerland : Sent to A Susman, Esq c/o Dresdener Bank, London
1908 Rangemore hall, Burton-on-Trent
Posted by J? W? Scott on 25th June 1908 in Ramsbottom : Sent to Master Horace Hartley Canning Street (rty Parton Street), off Walmersley Road, Bury
Please convey to your Father & Mother my best thanks for their kind hospitality on Sunday.
I hope your sister is better, and I wonder if you won a prize in the races yours J? W? Scott
1908 Silloth From the Green
Posted by M. A. on 1st July 1908 in Silloth : Sent to Miss Dora Westmoorland in Fellside, Busby, Langwathby
6 Park Terrace
having Gay times Do wish you had been here
1908 RMS Lusitania (scan box)
Posted by May on 3rd July 1908 in Wicklow, Ireland : Sent to Master G Hartford c/o J? Rooke, Kleinbeg, Tulbagh (South Africa)
Dear little mannie with Cousin may's love next week I will send you the "Lusitania." my love to Fugus (looks like) & much to you from Cousin may.
1908 Photo of part of unidentified
large house with two young boys & two women at doorway
Posted by ME on 9th? July 1908 in ? : Sent to Mrs F W Ritchie c/o? Mrs Paul, Manse, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland
1908 Menai Straits from
Posted by Irene & Ted on 9th July 1908 in Llandudno : Sent to Miss N Harke/Slarke? Adelaide Street, Northampton
You ought to come here for a holiday it is grand, no comon (sic) place. We went to Conway on Tuesday & in the after noon we went in a Boat up the Menai Straits it was grand. I was not sick just like being on the river I had a letter from Mrs Blackshaw she as (sic) not go (sic) back yet tell Unk I want a pc from him Irene & Ted
1908 Carlyle's Birthplace,
Posted by Maggie? on 12th July 1908 in Canonbie : Sent to Miss Edith Kerr The Anchorage, Lochranza, Arran
There is still a ???? left. Tho' I have things ???? for Thursday its going to be such an inconvenient journet to get there & back I may very easily not go Love to you all from Maggie?
1908 King Charles' Prison Window,
Posted by ? on 15th July 1908 in Carisbrooke : Sent to Rev L du Boulaye St Josephs, Derby
But not portcullis window.
1908 Carisbrooke Castle,
Isle-of-Wight. The Courtyard
Posted by ? on 15th July 1908 in Carisbrooke : Sent to Rev L du Boulaye St Josephs, Derby
got the Lime juice at the door Keeper's place. Also tickets for visiting Ruins well & museum can be ?????er there Well 2d - Ruins 4d Museum 9?d
1908 La Côte aux Fées,
vue du Chasseron (107 / 61)
(text in French, so please forgive any
transcription errors! - Some of the accents may be incorrect but are written as
they appear on card.)
Posted by ? on 3rd August 1908 in Cote-aux-Fees, Neuchatel, Switzerland : Sent to Madame A G Sellon Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham
(message under card front picture) x Reconnaisez vous notre maison? (note: an x is marked on one of the houses)
Cherē Madame, Permettez moi de vs apporter me félicitations mes ??eux sincēres pr le 6 Tuillez. - J'aime ā espérer que vs serer bein arrivés a las maison pr ce jour lā! Mon voyage s'est trēs bein effectu J'ai beaucp pensé ā vous inutile de vs le dire n'ést ce pas? Mon cher Ren?aih ēté bien heureux! J'esp??? qu'il a été bien sage ā Paris ch en voyage. - Mes parents vs ensoient leurs compliments chēre Madame et avec un affecteux message ā mon chére, ji reste votre bein dévonée M. au????nt
1908? Sandgate Castle
Posted by T? C on 6th August 1908 in Hythe : Sent to Miss Jeffries Hill Cottage, Taplow
Dear Jessie I hope you will like this view which is not very far from us oh we
are having a lovely time. I do not want to come back again as I have had some
lovely bathes with George and I feel quite lonely without him today so
with love from T? C
1908 Martyrs' Monument, Stirling
Posted by Winnie? on 10th August 1908 in Stirling : Sent to Miss C M Hives Craighouse Avenue, Edinburgh
Arrived here on Saturday afternoon. Pat home from the office at 2.20 & had to be out & packed by 3.30 so you may guess the rush I had. I have been ever so many walks already & expect to go a lot more before I leave on Friday. Will expect to hear from you soon as to how the E(?) is keeping. winnie?
c/o Mr Elder 9 Forth Place Stirling
next Fortnight:- c/o Miss Dow, Fir Tree, Royal Circus, Dunoon
1908 John O' Groats
Posted by ? on 11th August 1908 in ...so : Sent to Miss C M Hives Craighouse Avenue, Edinburgh
this is the P.C. I meant to send. Somewhat more interesting, I think.
1908 Ross's Hotel, Arrochar
Posted by Bessie on 13th August 1908 in Arrochar : Sent to Mrs Gavin Northfield Farm, Portobello (now Edinburgh)
Having a nice day fine place for a holiday
1908 Schloss Rheinstein (107 / 61)
Posted by Carl Fülles on 23rd August 1908 in Rudesheim, Germany : Sent to Mrs H Sellon "Heimat" Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
From a nice excursion to Rudesheim I send you & Mr. Sellon & René Kindest regards
et le Montblanc (107 scan box)
Posted by A S on 24th August 1908 in Geneve, Switzerland : Sent to Mrs Sellon "Heimat" Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
Once again among the Swiss Mountains, roaming around like a '? ?' here there & everywhere ? ? more than one day in a place. Hope you received my letter from Bâle shall probably be back in London beginning of next week. Weather is glorious, rather too hot sometimes. Hope you are all quite well. Yours A S (may be Adolf Susman)
1908 Roses (107 scan box)
Posted by Laurie? on 24th August 1908 in Sidmouth : Sent to Miss D E Allenby Mill House, Sidford, near Sidmouth, Devon
Dear Miss Allenby
Just a card to wish you Many happy Returns of the day, sorry it as got no further than the Wishes but, as we did not go into the city last evening you must take the Will for the Deed yours & etc Laurie?
1908 Montreaux et la Dent du Midi (107
Posted by A S on 26th August 1908 in Montreaux, Switzerland : Sent to Mrs Sellon "Heimat" Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
I sent you a card from Genéve ........ This is a fine place but too relaxing. I expect to be back in London on Monday or Tuesday night. Will you let me know (to Princess Rd) whether I may hope to see you, either in Chatham, or better still, in London & in particular as to day & hour. I hope you are all quite well. Heartily? I shall still ahve all news? A S ......
1908 On the Forth, Stirling (man
ploughing field with horse)
Posted by Maggie on 31st August 1908 in Stirling : Sent to Mrs Joseph Taylor Lambhill Street off Paisley Road, Glasgow
My Dear Aunt
many thanks for your nice P.C. I hope you are safe at home now and keeping better. We will be Glad to hear how you are keeping. With love from all your loving Neice (sic) Maggie
1908 Sheringham Promenade and Slopes
Posted by Henry on 3rd? September 1908 in Sheringham : Sent to Mrs Bain Leopold Street, Weaste, Manchester
Dear Mother & Brother 3 VIII 08
Still doing very well. Weather not bad though very rough & not so warm as last week. There are magnificent seas in consequence of the winds. Returning home Saturday afternoon. Kind regards Henry
1908 Franco-British Exhibition :
Entrance to Court of Honour
Posted by Lilly on 6th September 1908 in High Wicombe : Sent to Miss James Albert Street, Warwick
My Dear Mina
What do you think of this P.C. hope you are quite well also Mummy & Daddy Your loving Auntie Lilly
1908 Franco-British Exhibition :
Court of Honour by Night, shewing fireworks.
Posted by Adam on 7th September 1908 in Stockwell : Sent to George Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
How would you like to see this I am having lovely weather. very warm & bright. Kind regards to all Adam
1908 Aberystwyth Devils Bridge Falls
Posted by MT or MF on 12th September 1908 in Lampeter : Sent to Mr N? Williams Crawshay's Street, Tor?, Pentre
Received the parcel safe. Tuesday.
I had posted the letter before I received it.
Pardon my long delay.
I remain Yours M F?
1908 The Boss : rear view of baby in
nappy (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 18th September 1908 in Ayr : Sent to Mr John McDonald Parson Street, Townhead, Glasgow
John You better hurry up, and get dressed before Father comes
1908 Kings Bath, Bath
Posted by F? H? Perkin? on 19th September 1908 in Bath : Sent to Mr H C Howell Greenbank Crescent, Plymouth
2 London Street Bath
Dear Mr Howell,
I hope you do not think I have been neglecting you not writing before, but I should not have been surprised to have heard from you. Did you have a good time on Sunday & how did the Practice go off? I am sailing home tomorrow evening, after an enjoyable holiday spent in rainy weather. Trusting you will have good services tomorrow. Kind regards Yours F H Perkin
1908 Trewch Y Tant- Strike, strike
the harp (Welsh Song) (107 / scan box)
Posted by H? A Henry on 26th September 1908 in Aberavon : Sent to Miss Hattie Dixon Ifton Hill, near Chepstow, Mon., Wales
I received your letter on Tuesday night when I came home from work. your photo is not so bad I seen you up town on thursday night when I was coming home at 9 oclock I whistled but you did not hear me I was at Kenfig Hill singing on saturday and we lost no more now in haste:
yours truly H? A Henry
1908 The Ghetto, Chicago
Posted by J H Wilson on 29th September 1908 in Newcastle upon Tyne : Sent to Mrs Elliott c/o Mrs Kyle, Isle of Whithorn, Scotland
Dear Mr Elliott, Many thanks for remembering me. So sorry to hear of Mrs Weir. please convey to Mr W. my sincere regrets & sympathy - I wonder what he will do without her. Certainly if we ever find it possible to visit The Isle we will send card, we are all well & fine weather now. kind regards to you all from J H Wilson
1908 Colleens Washing, Ballymaclinton
Posted by "Dad" on 10th October 1908 in Ballmaclinton : Sent to Miss Alice Morgan Wells Street, Canton, Cardiff
Love From Dad
1908 Thatched house with millwheel (107 scan box)
Posted by C on 13th October 1908 in Stonehaven : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Just in from having a nice walk and making ready for Be???? . Has been a lovely day. Hope you are getting on all right. Will write soon Love from C
1908 Sprig of white heather (107 scan
Posted by Carrie on 16th October 1908 in Stonehaven : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Here once more. Dreadful visit cant see any distance Got your letter last night Love to all Yours Carrie
1908 The River Blackwater at Mallow
Posted by NH on 20th October 1908? in Doneraile (Ireland) : Sent to Miss Mary Thomas Waungron, Llanwnen, Lampeter, Wales
sorry not having written sooner Hop you are all well Mrs C. will be going over soon but I dont expect I shall NH.
1908 Mortuary Chapel, Arbroath
Posted by M Stewart on 20th October 1908? in Forfar : Sent to Miss B Fettes Marguarite Villa, Clepington Road, Dundee
The Lodge Burnside
Dear Beatrice How are you all getting along all well I hope. Thanks so much to your mother for her great kindness to Jim he really says we can never repay her. The weather has broken down now. but we have got lovely weather we will be on on Friday after noon dear Beatrice. love to all. M. Stewart
1908 Bardsey Church
Posted by S F Shipton on 22nd October 1908 in East Keswick : Sent to Mrs? Ritson Endicot, Bramhall near Stockport
East Keswick Leeds 22.10.08
I have not forgotten to make you a small cupboard I promised you. I am here for a week or two. about four weeks ago I have been knock down with an Hansom (cab) & I was taken to the Infirmary for 2 weeks. I am much better now. this is my summer holiday. S. F. Shipton
1908 2 kittens : Dreaming the happy
hours away (107 scan box)
Posted by Lattie? on 5th November 1908 in Thornton Heath, Surrey : Sent to Miss D Coleman Eversleigh Road, Battersea
Dear Dorothy, We arrived here safely yesterday We had to wait a long time for the van it arrived here about 3 o'clock. We are all very tired. We all send our love to you and best wishes to your dada and mama. With fondest love from your little friend Lattie?
10 Nalfalk Rd Thornton Heath Surrey
1908 Ricksha Boy with Head Dress, A.
A. (107 / 61)
Posted by Uncle or Auntie Klares? in December 1908 in Cap of Good Hope : Sent to Master René Sellon Heimat, Hook & Hatchet Lane, Chatham, Kent
S.L.K. 9. Hill View Rd. Beach, E. London
Funny sort of horses here - these Ricksha boys! - From Uncle & Auntie Klares?
1908 Comedy Postcard - Song, "For the
Sake o' Somebody" (107 / scan box)
Posted by May on 7th December 1908 in the UK? : Sent to Miss F Walton Northam Post Office, Western Australia
?? card you & Mr Bennett do the Cake Walk lovely
My Dear old Flo Just a note to say Im still alive. Mum fainted Friday Gave us a terrible fright as she got so bad but is alright again. I felt faint this morning We'll have to get married I think You & Will wait and we'll make a double Weddin,' of it. Well Dearie I will write long letter this week Well Tom & son are out here at present. Write soon love from May.
1908 A youthful crew : 2 boys by
little boat (107 / scan box)
Posted by Flo. on 14th December 1908 in the Lewes : Sent to Miss E M Howe Somerville House, Northampton
Dec: 14th 1908
If you let me have a card to say what train you are going by to Eastbourne on Friday?, we will look out for you at Lewes. Your train is almost sure to stop here. Shall look out for your Father & Mother on Saturday. Best love Flo.
1908 Robin with flowers (107 / scan box)
Posted by Chris on 24th December 1908 in Ashley : Sent to Miss Grocott c/o Mr Randells, Ashley P.O., Market Drayton, Salop
Dear E/ Just a card to wish you a very happy Xmas & bright New Year From Chris
1908 Comedy Postcard - Couple on
bench (107 / scan box)
Posted by M Wells on 25th December 1908 in Stilton : Sent to Miss A Griffiths Binewood Avenue, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Dear Ada am sorry that I had not a card and could not get out to get one so thought I would send this with love from M Wells
Church Street, Stilton, nr Peterbor(ough)
1908 Village scene with church with
stream (107 / scan box)
Posted by Will on 28th December 1908 in UK : Sent to Mrs M A Yates Husborne Cranley, near Aspley Guise
Dear Mother & Sister just a line to let you know that I got home all right. We had a rough journey to Ampthill, but we had just enough time but I did not get here until 10 o'clock. All are well and send their best love to you From Will
1909? The Glen, Alva
Posted by Katie on ? in ? : Sent to Miss (Mary) Young, School
Dear Mary, Hope you are keeping well & enjoying yourself. Love from Katie
1909 +/- painted cottage scene (107 sacan box)
Posted by J Richardson in Galashiels : Sent to Miss Maggie Smart,
Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
Here is the promised post card. Hope you like it and have not got it already. J. Richardson
1909 (or 1908) St Mark's Church, Swindon
Posted by Lily Hunt on 25th February 1909 in Stratton St Margaret : Sent to Miss A Hughes in Swindon
Herbert gave me your message yesterday. and I shall be very pleased to see you which ever day you find most convenient.
1909 Broom Hill, Orpington
Posted by M Low on 9th ? 1909 in ? : Sent to Miss Mary MacFadden in East Trinity Road, Newhaven (Edinburgh)
enjoying my self as I am sory (sorry) that I have to come back again. Yours M Low
1909 Exeter Cathedral, The Choir
Posted by Phil & Will on 1st March 1909 in Wardsworth : Sent to P J Cunnington Pennance Cottage near Falmouth, Cornwall
Mar 1st 06
Sorry I have been unable to procure Westminster Cathedral ppc's. They are no longer on sale in the Cathedral. Have sent another encyclopaedia to the binders Phil will put it amoung her baggage. How are things down west looking? Don't suppose you have had much winter. Best love to Mrs C & you from Phil & Will
1909 sunset scene by sea (107 scan
Posted by M C? Reid on 5/6th? March 1909 in Kirkwall : Sent to Mrs Thomson Hawthorn Bank Place, Leith
Dear Mrs T I got back all right on Thur. night. Mrs Croy was at Scapa meeting me. She was not sure but thought I would be that night. They were glad to see me back as some things were wanted for Saturday. It was not very cold in the Highlands coming north. awfully quiet all along the line from Perth to Thurso. I got a carriage to myself up to George....... . We are still having snowy showers and north wind but will be expecting something milder when April comes in. Will write soon. Yours lovingly M.C? Reid
1909 Inglis Memorial Hall, Edzell
Posted by Lawdon on 22nd March 1909 in Edzell, Brechin : Sent to Mr & Mrs Keay Kinnaird Street, Dundee
Many thanks for P.C. I wont be Long in being up. I went up with Lorimer the other morning. He was giving me all the news. With love from Lawdon
1909 Edinburgh Castle, Scott Monument and Princes Street
Posted by M G Smith on 14th April 1909 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Burwood in Norwich
Best wishes from the Grey metropolis of the north.
Yours ever. MG Smith
1909 Burns' Monument, Alloway, Ayr
Posted by Winnie on 16th April 1909 in Ayr : Sent to Miss Alice ? Oakbank, Dollar
I am coming home to-morrow. I have enjoyed my holiday with love from winnioe
1909 Venezia - Interno di S. Marco (107 / 61)
Written by G/L? Müller-Mory on 19th May 1909 in .e..dig, Italy : Sent to Mme. G Sellon Heimat, Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
.e..dig, 19 V 09.
1909 Edzell from Memorial Hall Tower
Posted by Polly on 27th July 1909 in Edzell, Brechin : Sent to Mrs R Cockman Sheradon House, Platts Lane, Hampstead, London
Dear Bella Aleck M and I are here for the day having a rare time from Polly
1909 McCaig Tower, Oban
Posted by A F S on 17th July 1909 in Oban : Sent to Miss McLean in The Manse, Kirkliston, Linlithgowshire
Having a rare old time A. F. S.
1909 Environs de Tannay : La Coudraye - Le Chateâu
(107 / 61)
Posted by André Brunot on 30th July 1909 in Tannay, France : Sent to M. René Sellon Heimat, Hook Hatchet Road, Chatham
Mon cher René, Vous sommes depuis hier soir ici. Je t' envoie mon adresse with a good French kiss La coudraye par Tannay (Vievre) Andre Brunot Baiser de Jean
1909 Loch Kinellan, near Strathpeffer
Posted by ? on 4th August 1909 in Strathpeffer : Sent to F Cowlin Courtland, Poynder's Road, Clapham Park, London
Dear Father This is a little lake quite close to the golf links, somewhere about 3 miles out from Strathpeffer. The weather is very uncomfortable. Family fine in the mornings with drenching afternoons. Hope you are keeping well. With much love to all.
1909 Altenahr vom weissen Kreuz (107 / 61)
Posted by Carl Fülles on 6th August 1909 in Remagen?, Germany : Sent to Mrs H Sellon Heimat, Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
Since nearly 2 weeks I am in the valleys of the Rhine and the ?hr and amuse myself. My sister was much pleased with your Kind letter.
Hope you, your husband and René in the best of health.
Wishing you a pleasant and happy summer & much sunshine. I am with Kindest messages to you all
1909 Suspension Bridge & Conway Castle, Conway
Posted by ? on 9th August 1909 in Llandudno : Sent to Mrs Sisam Arrow Mill, Alcester
Coming by 8 - 30 all well ? ?
1909 Royal Entrance, Imperial International Exhibition,
Posted by Jennie E Arch on 7th August 1909 in Ballmaclinton : Shepherds Bush Exhibition : Sent to Mrs Bateman Junr Black House, Kilpeck Wormbridge, nr Hereford
I am having another look round the White City much nicer day than last time wish you were with us. Love from Jennie E Arch
1909 Dolcoed Hall & Staircase, Llanwrtyd Wells
Posted by Nell? on 10th August 1909 in Llanwrtd Wells : Sent to Mrs G? Forbes Ashfield House Pantteg
Gilfach Villa Victoria Road Llanwrtyd
Delightful weather. Enjoying fine in a laxy way. How is Ray? Kiss her for me. Am returning at the end of nest week. Then hard labour once more. Best wishes to all. From Nell?
"How is the little man?" J.R. Quiet as usual I suppose
1909 Castle Urquhart, Loch Ness
Posted by Tom on 20th August 1909 in Greenock : Sent to Miss Maggie Hughes 124 Stevenson??? Drive, Shawlands, Glasgow
D. M. Received you P.C. today. Glad to know you are all well was home this afternoon. Will be up on Sat. eve. With Kindest regards. Yours Tom.
1909 Alloway : Burns Monument
Posted by Winnie on 23rd August 1909 in Ayr : Sent to Miss Alice V. Stuart The Manse, Dalmeny
My Dear Alice I am coming home to Dollar soon. Isn't this a pretty P.C. It has the Stewart tartan Love from Winnie
1909 Sprig of white heather (107 scan box)
Posted by Eva (or) G Saunders on 26th August 1909 in Hamilton : Sent to Miss Hall L C C School, Smallwood Road, Tooting, London
Dear Miss Hall Many very happy returns of the 11th. Hope you all enjoyed your holidays. Did you travel by boat? We had a terrible time returning. All ill except 2. All ladies stayed in bed except 2. I was not one of those, so had my 1st whole day in bed. Stewardess too ill to see to anyone. I was quite alright as long as I lay down. Have had a grand time since we came back, spent a good deal of time on the moors, done a lot of motoring. Wish some of you could call in & see me sometimes. My brother & his fiance are here at present so we are giving them a good time. I make a splendid chaperone, so just send word if you need one. Love to all from Eva & G. Saunders.
1909 Meeting of the Waters Ewes and Esk, Lanholm
Posted by T Irving on 29th August 1909 in Hawick : Sent to Mr J Byers Gorrenberry, Newcastleton, Scotland
Dear J. we intend touring on Sunday via Lreberbie (Lockerbie)? Lochmaben Thornhill Dumfries Annan Gretna Longtown thence home it should be an interesting trip as the conn?? we pass th?? fairly teems with ancient history & more modern romance. hope you join us at the time previously set yrs etc T Irving
1909? Liverpool. Bird's Eye View of Sefton Park
Posted by T R Macferson on 30th August 1909? in Hawick : Sent to Miss Kyle Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire, Scotland
Planchette is true! Tom has come into above estate T R Macferson
1909 Roses (107 scan box)
Posted by Bill (or) Bell on 30th August 1909? in Newcastle on Tyne : Sent to Mrs Thomson Hillcroft Cottage, Sheriff Hill, Gateshead-on-Tyne
Many Happy returns of the day from Bill & Bell
1909 Linton Park : Spelling as on card
Posted by ? on 8th? September 1909 in Linton : Sent to Miss E J Dytham? c/o Mrs Young, Kimberley Road, Rugby
Alms Hous(e) Linton
Dear J many thaks for the ????which I receved safe and I am sorry to hear that your M is so sadly but cheer up or else you will be bad again been shopping? today & write more in a ???? days love to all From your ever loving Aunt
1909 Loch Shiel
Posted by C. on 15th September 1909 in Aberdeen : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
Out for a stroll. lovely weather. Feeling better of the change. Going to a concert tonight. Love from C.
1909 Old Archway, Scone Palace
Posted by C Harper on 21st October 1909 in Cupar : Sent to Miss Wilson in Plantation Street, Lochgelly
Dear Jam? just a note to say I am well you will be thinking I have forgot you I have no material for writing so I will give you a Long Letter next time
hop(e) you all are well C Harper
1909 Dunoon from the Waterworks
Posted by ? on 8th November 1909 in Earls Court : Sent to Miss M Dunt Cambridge Street, Edgware Road, Marble Arch
Dear sister many thanks for PC which I liked very much I am feeling much better but not as I ought to be he want me to go in the The Rent day
1909? Into the Golden West on the Cromarty Firth
Posted by Caroline on 20th November 1909? in Aberdeen : Sent to Mrs Howie Wool Mill, Auchleven, Insch (Aberdeenshire)
The box & knitter will be out per 3.40 tomorrow (Sat.) Could William go down for it. Hope you will like design. Love to all Caroline
1909 Couple posting letter (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 10th December 1909 in Glasgow : Sent to J..... Haig, Bothwell Place, N. Easter Road, Edinburgh
De. J.B. I hope Robert is alright again. I will send on book as promised ?oping I ??? is all better ?? at home it is awful weather just now Love all
1909 On the Boyne, Parry Sound, Ontario (Canada)
Posted by Frank in ....este Marie, Ontario on 11th December 1909 : Sent to Miss A M Sanderson, Beaumont Terrace, Spenny Moore, Durham, England
Hoping that you are quite well and that you may have a merry xmas and a bright new Year Frank
1909 From Montreal Island, Parry Sound, Ontario (Canada) :
Grand Trunk Railway System
Posted by Frank in ....este Marie, Ontario on 11th December 1909 : Sent to Mr A M Sanderson, Beaumont Terrace, Spenny Moore, Durham, England
The compliments of the Season, with every good wish. F. N. S.
1909 Moon Falls, Parry Sound, Ontario (Canada)
Posted by F N S? in ....este Marie, Ontario on 11th December 1909 : Sent to Mrs N? J Sanderson, Beaumont Terrace, Spenny Moore, Durham, England
Greetings, from the S.S Simcoe laying at anchor in Lake Superior. Wishing you a merry exmas a Bright and Prosperous new Year and all kinds of good luck. F. N. S
1909 Notre Dame Church, Montreal : L'Eglise Notre Dame
Posted by J C Webb on 19th December 1909 in Montreal : Sent to Postmaster in Lower Weedon, Northamptonshire
Letters arriving addressed J. C. Webb Lower Weedon kindly leave at J. D. Roberts house. And oblige
J. C. Webb
1909 North Inch from bridge, Perth
Posted by N? T? on 21st December 1909 in Perth : Sent to Miss Cochrane Constitution Street, Dundee
Dear Georgina I will be down on Saturday for a week and will be to be Hannah & you & will give you all the news N? T?
1909 5 kittens : Merry Xmas (107 scan box)
Posted by Annie Cockburn on 23rd December 1909 in Leith (Edinburgh) : Sent to Master Sidney Farquhar Branksome Road, Morton Park, Wimbledon, London
from Annie Cockburn
1909 Bowl of flowers : Christmas wishes (107 scan box)
Posted by Agnes on 24th December 1909 in Whithorn : Sent to Miss Wilson Cairnholy by Creetown
Dear Cousin Just a card to wish you all a merry Xmas and a bright & prosperous New Year when it comes, we have had a heavy fall of snow but it has nearly all gone again, we are expecting John Saturday morning, maggie is writing to you so will give you all the news, pleased to hear the boys are getting on well they were very lucky. with Love Agnes
1909 Hollingworth Lake, Rochdale
Posted by E R on 25th December 1909 in Shrewsbury : Sent to Miss Pritchard Victoria Road, Stroud Green, London
Thank(s) for card glad to hear that you are well not time for more love E R
1909 "Loch Ard, Queen's View."
Posted by May on 31st December 1909 in Tutshill : Sent to Mr H Bradley Cutford Cottage, Hewell Gardens, nr Redditch, Worcestershire
just a line to wish you a very Happy new Year I expect you miss Arthur now. he as (sic) gone. I hope you are quite well. with love from May
1910 pre High Force, Teesdale, Yorks
Posted by F C on August 18th? 190? : Sent to Miss Moor Northgate, Darlington
We are having a good time. We were at Cotherston yesterday. The country is very pretty here. Hoping you enjoyed your tour Kindest Regards. F. C.
1910 pre? Worcester Cathedral
Posted by M. ?ri?? in 1910 or before possibly in Whitsome, Berwickshire : Sent to Miss
M A Wilkinson Ayton Cocklaw, Ayton
Hi? 26 Dear Tr? just a pc to let you no (know?) & got the parcle (parcel) all rite (right) yesterday with sheils? man many thanks for it glad to here (hear) you were all able to be on foot we are both running about let us ever be thankfull (thankful) I have plenty work just now & close with kind love to all From your ????y friend M ?ri??
1910 +/- Sorrento & Dalkey Island
Posted by Rab in 1910 +/- in Glasgow? : Sent to Miss Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown
Got the parcel all right, going on to night duty tomorrow evening in the buttons for the first, from ten till six in the morning, in good health, hopping (sic) this will find you all the same Kind regards) yours etc Rab
1910 +/- Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man
Posted by ? in 1910 +/- in Isle of Man? : Sent to Miss Agnes Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown
I arrived here this afternoon. had an awful day of rain on Saturday but fine today. Aunt Jane & Agnes are enjoying themselves in Manchester they will not be home till tomorrow so you need not look for me home till Wednes. John Walker has flitted last week to a shop which they intend to open soon. All well here and at Cumloden?. Hope you are all well. Would you water the flowers in the rooms they are dry & pull those that are outside danger of frost. Love to all ??????
1910 +/- Douglas Promenade in Storm
Posted by Agnes Kennedy in 1910 +/- in Douglas? : Sent to Miss Annie Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown
Palmure / Palnure?
Please send two bottles ketchup on Friday and send word the price. Hope you are all well
1910 +/- Queen Street, Onehunga Looking Towards One Tree
Posted by Tom on 6 November 1910 +/- in Onehunga, New Zealand : Sent to Mrs Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown
This Car (tram) goes through to Auckland.
Wishing you a happy New Year
1910 +/- Queen Street Looking Towards Mangere, Onehunga
Posted by Tom in 1910 +/- in Onehunga, New Zealand : Sent to Mrs Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown
Live a mile beyond this hill.
Wishing you all the compliments of the season. Tom
1910 +/- Neidpath Castle, Pebles
Posted by ? in 1910 +/- (but may have been hand delivered) : Sent to Miss Meg Leishman Lindsay Road, Leith (Edinburgh)
Message : nil
1910 +/- Princes Street, Edinburgh
Posted by G C? in 1910 +/- (but may have been hand delivered) : Sent to Miss L Lunan Post Office, Banchory
Paralatic, Blue Blind, Faming, Mortal Drunk, Fine weather, (Hic.) G. C.?
1910 +/- Alexandra Park, Glasgow
Posted by Maggie on September 12th 1910 +/- : Sent to Miss Mary Mills Portland Street, Rochdale
Mother arrived home all safe after a pleasant journey she enjoyed her-self so well & I thank you very much for (your) kindness I shall not for-get you all for your goodness & I wont be long before I come to see you all with love to all from all Maggie
1910 +/- The Serpentine, Hyde Park, London
Posted by Minnie Moore on September 12th 1910 +/- : Sent to Miss M Moore c/o Willow Brae Avenue, Edinburgh
Deare Meg got your P.C alright will be over in Edinburgh on Saturday morning at 8.30 a.m & will come down to see you after I get out of the Infirmary, so be looking for me all well here at present & very busy
From your loving niece
1910 +/- On the Bure
Posted by J M on 25th ? 1910 +/- : Sent to Miss N Morris Charter Park, Charleton Kings, Cheltenham
Dear N hope you are geting on alright M N came home yesterday morning glad to say we ar (sic) all fairly well hope it will be fine on Sunday thanks for P. C. best love from all
1910 +/- Lighthouse from the Coast Llandudno
Written by Len Phillips on Sunday 16th June 1910 +/- : Sent to Mrs L Phillips Robsart Street, Brixton, London
To my darling wife with Fondest Love From Your Ever loving husband Len xxxxx
1910 +/- Gloucester Cathedral from S.W.
Posted by Patty? in Cheltenham in 1910 +/- : Sent to Mrs? G Rainbow, Sherborne, nr Northleach, Gloucestershire
Hoping Lizzie and them got home alright last night. I enjoyed myself very much yesterday and I think the others did we got back to Cheltenham about nine It as (sic) been raining nearly all day here. we had it much nicer yesterday than we should have had to-day. With love to all From Patty?
1910 +/- The Hooseinabad, Lucknow
Posted by K C C in Col(umbo)? in 1910 +/- : Sent to J Reid West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
This is an Indian one hope you will like it I shall only be able to exchange a few more as I am going Scotland in March K C C
1910 +/- Whalley Abbey, Clitheroe
Posted by Jul? in 1910 +/- : Sent to Miss Annie Rankine, Gardenholm, Annan Water by Moffat
Sorry I wont be up to-morrow night as I have to go home to-night Hope to see you on Sat. in haste Jul?
1910 +/- Parton (large house)
Posted by E. P on 27th February 1910 +/- in Crossmichael? : Sent to Mrs Reid, West Lodge, Aberlour on Spey, Banffshire
Dear M. this is a view of Parton How your cannot see it very well. I will send you another soon. E. P.
1910 +/- Hulne Abbey
Posted by J R in 1910 +/- in the UK? : Sent to Mr T? Smart Magdala Terrace, Galashiels
With Best Wishes For You & Yours J R
1910 +/- Wilton Lodge Waterfall, Hawick
Posted by Jean in 1910 +/- in Hawick? : Sent to Mrs A Smith Carlton Street, King's Road, Old Trafford, Manchester
Dear Aunt Annie
I must apologise for not answering your P.C. sooner, sorry you did not manage the blouses but will not mind the other ones. Pleased to hear the callants enjoyed their holiday. Are you still smiling yet Jean
Regards to you all Had a P.C. from E.L.
1910 +/- The Tower Kinnoull Hill (Perth)
Posted by N. S. on 13th September 1910 +/- in Inchture? : Sent to Miss Stalker Wellington Street, Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh
Thanks for the P.C's & nut shell. they arrived all right. Aunt Bella will be away back to L---------- again her holidays will be over for another year. We had a lot of rain yesterday morning Peter didnt go across the hill. John came in the morning & stayed all night he hopes you are feeling better with Love from N.S.
1910 +/- Farnham Park, Deer
Posted by Bert in 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Mrs Stedman Whites Lea, Bayhards, Horsham, Sussex
Look at this through the Stereoscope
Many thanks for Parcel which arrived quite safe its all ??iff. Amy & Nellie quite well & sends best of Love in which I heartily join trusting you are all quite well Bert
1910 +/- Lamlash from Gordon
Posted by Tom Stephenson on 30th October 1910 +/- in Devonport : Sent to Mrs F C Stephenson Granville Road, Harrogate
Received your letter with the unwelcome news in it I have answered it by sending a letter to Uncle W & Wallace Thinking this is all I am in the best of health & remain Your Loving Son Tom
1910 +/- Princes Street from the Mound
Unused : Advert for Patrick Thomson's 1910 +/-
Text reads: Flagpole with flag and text : PATRICK THOMSON'S
CASH DRAPERY STORES
Greatest Value possible in
MILLINERY, SHIRTS, AND
LACES, GLOVES, RIBBONS, etc +++
1910 +/- Queen's Park, Glasgow
Posted by ???? in 1910 +/- in Paddington : Sent to Mrs A Tompkins Albert Street, ?????, Herts
Dear B, ??????? ?? Alright this morning, thanks very much. Glad to hear the news. Hope ??? ??? get on alright. Sorry to hear S. has the cough. Hope she will soon get rid of it Love to all. ???
1910 +/- Burns Mausoleum, Dumfries
Posted by G G B on 24th December 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to F Bell Edna Street, Lansdowne Road, Crumpsall
You can give this to Sonny G. G. B.
1910 +/- Abbey looking West, Arbroath
Posted by M F in 1910 +/- in Arbroath : Sent to Miss Forbes Greenfield House, Pitkerro Road, Dundee
5 East Albany St
Kind regards & best wishes. I'm intending comming (sic) up to see you next week M. F.
1910 +/- Broughton Castle From South-East
Posted by Francis Bonham in 1910 +/- in the UK : Sent to Mrs Butt c/o Mrs Pond, Workmans Rest, Peter Street, Bath
Dear Auntie Ang?
I am glad to hear you got hear you got* there alright and I have done your work this morning and mother and father is alright and Auntie Blanche too. From Francis Bonham
(* last three words scored out)
1910 +/- Pittville Garden - Cheltenham : appears to have been hand delivered
With every good Christmas wish from all the party at 10 Imperial Square
Suppose there ought to be something written here so I hope your cold is better and you can speak now &c &c
1910 +/- York Minster
Posted by Lielie? in 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Miss M Gemmell Comiston Road, Morningside, Edinburgh
Thanks so much for seeing me of (sic) this morning. Arrived all this length quite safely. Hope you got home alright Cakes & Lenny? delicious accept my heartiest thanks. Yours Liele? Love to Auntie.
1910 +/- London : Picadilly Circus, and Shaftsbury Memorial
Posted? by D L in 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Miss Frances George (no address - may have been hand delivered or in packet)?
Dear Frances - Thank you so much for your very interesting letter you wrote to the little ones at my school. They did so enjoy hearing all about the lambs, and the goslings. They are not big enough to write back to you - so I have given your letters to some bigger children in another school - and expect they will be pleased to answer. The picture on the other side is just 10 minutes walk from School Goodbye dear - love from D. L.
1910 +/- Westminster Abbey, London
Posted? by Mary F .........n in 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Miss Brown (may have been delivered by hand or in a packet)
I was here at Westminster Abbey this summer
Wishing you a very happy Xmas from Mary F. ..........n
1910 pre Cape Diamond, Quebec
Posted by Frank in pre 1910 : Sent to Mr N? J Sanderson Beaumont Terrace, Spennymoore, Durham
31 Shannon St Toronto
D. ? Many thanks for letter & papers, Glad to know that you are all keeping well am not very well myself - will write later. Love to all Frank
1910 +/- Branxholme Tower, Hawick
Posted by J C J in 1910 +/- in Hawick : Sent to Mrs Jackson Minto Village, Minto, Hawick
Jessie will be down on Saturday first, if the day is fine J,C.J. Noble Place
1910 +/- St Mary's, Ovingham (church & churchyard) : see
Posted by M E in 1910 +/- in Hop......... : Sent to Miss Kyle Isle of Whithorn, Wigtonshire, Scotland
Dear G ?asley excuse me not writing sooner But you ???? & we have been busy - Railway strike How does it effect you are you very busy when would you like me - Cand??? is here Hope you are keeping well love to ?? & yourself ME
1910 +/- Miss Marie Studholme (107 scanbox)
Posted by A Milne in 1910 +/- in UK (possibly Scotland) : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Please give Violet one pair of stockings for myself the same size as Miss Howie's I will be down myself next week A Milne
1910 +/- Pass of the Trossachs (107/61)
Posted by A C on 7th September in 1910 +/- (possible 1904-05), Strathcarron : Sent to Miss Faulks Barford Hill, Warwick : then to Cheriton Gardens, Folkestone
Good bey Miss faulks from A C.
1910 +/- Ireland, the Land of My Birth (poem) (107
Posted by ? on 19th ? 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Miss F Holland W ? Hospital, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
Hope you are well I have been to Counter Drain (looks like) and got back allright and not going on tuesday but I am going on days (looks like) Yours ?????
1910 +/- Nativity scene (107 scan box)
Posted or hand delivered by ? in 1910 +/- in ? : Sent to B Messerschmitt 140 West, 15 Street New York (USA)
Message : nil
1910 +/- 3 spaniels (107
scan box) : message incomplete as postcard has been cut down and pasted into
something, then removed, so remaining text is also unclear!
Posted by ? in 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Master Parker Browsholme (Hall)?, Clitheroe, Lancashire
As you kno(w) Your Father .... him our far.... ride on Sn(uff) - box Ches Marn.... Oid? Suffbox w.....
1910 +/- Horse with saddle by small bridge over stream (107
Posted by ? in 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to Miss F Leitch High Street, Greenlaw (Berwickshire)
Just waiting for you (the horse)
1910 +/- Dutch Landscape : Windmill (107
scan box) : Can any kind Welsh speaking person translate the text into English?
Posted by D W in 1910 +/- in UK? : Sent to Miss K/R? Thomas Waungron, Llanwern? near Lampeter
Golygfa tramorawl Ryhwheth Newyd Gobethio ybyd yn yymeradwy
1910 +/- Welsh lady in national costume (107
Written by Ginnie/Jinnie? in 1910 +/- in UK? :
for Dew Mr/Mrs? Cook with my lov hope that she is a little? better Ginnie/Jinnie?
1910 +/- I saw this through the glasses : Were you somewhere
Posted by Maggie on June 25/6th, 1910 +/- in UK : Sent to James McDonald Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
Dear Uncle we are enjoying ourselves here Aunt will be home on monday night with the after six train leaving here you might be at the station to meet her, John is crying for home otherwise we are alright. Maggie
1910 +/- Unidentified tenement with girl on steps (107
Written by Auntie in 1910 +/- in UK? : Sent to Mrs Beaton Wellbank Place, Monifieth, near Dundee
hope you are Keeping well will write you a long letter soon fond love to all Auntie
1910 +/- Lacs de Neuchâtel et de
Morat Panorma des alpes (107
/ 61) : Tex as on card
Written by Scotty in 1910 +/- in UK? or Switzerland? : Sent to by hand to H G R M Sellon Heimat Maidstone Road, Chatham
love and kisses from your ever loving Scotty
Master of the houth (house)? I hope you and evreboady are wery well Dick goes to Morrow Peron flowrs better Bul???us ?iesh Etc wery well hope wel are all wery well streemlette wery well much S
1910 Genève. Pont du Mont Blanc
Posted by J H Wilson on 3rd January 1910 in Newcastle on Tyne : Sent to Mrs Elliot Maternity Hospital, Rotten Row, Glasgow
46 N. R? Rd N. C
Dear Mrs Elliot Many thanks for kind greetings. also for remembrance wd be glad to hear more fully from you, Mr W. joins me in wishing for good health, satisfaction in all you put your hand to, and am a biding & deep peace on your heart at all times. - Many happy returns of this season J.H. Wilson
1910 Memory poem (107 scan box)
Posted by Mother on 19th February 1910 in Ellesmere Port : Sent to Mrs Miss L Wilkinson? Gloster Road, Birkdale, Southport
Dear L just a line in answer to yours we are all well at home only very busy Dad as been school scrubbing this week end I will send you dress on monday have be out 4 dys this week awful rough here tonight am sending sam adresss he is staying at that place a fortnight winnie is keeping very well hope you are the same mother 5 Northfield Road Okehampton Devon
1910 Joke card soldier with drink (107 scan box)
Posted by Meg on 5th March 1910 in Glasgow Southern : Sent to Miss Mary McDonald Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
Dear Mary I am very sorry to disappoint you but I cant get out on sunday as promised I have just been told so I could'nt let you know any sooner You can tell Uncle john I'll come and see him soon I hope you are all well Love from Meg xxxxxx
1910 Kinmount House S. Front, Annan
Posted by ? on 1st April 1910 in Annan : Sent to Miss Whiteley Malborough Road, Liverpool
Lovely weather - Have enjoyed it.
1910 Poem Home Sweet Home with scene (107 scan box)
Posted by Meg on 5th April 1910 in Southern/Glasgow : Sent to Mrs James McDonald Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
Father was in bed last week.
Dear Auntie Just a P.C to let you know I will be on Friday to see you, as I have to meet Annie at 12 oclock at St Enoch station. Im going to see them tied then I will come up. I am going home for a weekend. I was in bed on sunday afternoon so that was the way I was not up to see you I hope you are all well. Was Willie at Kilmaurs I Remain your Niece Meg.
1910 Holy Trinity (Church) : Formby
Posted by Katie on 11th April 1910 in Formby : Sent to Mrs Williams Gambier Terrace, Hope Street, Liverpool
Dear Mother. This card is just to let you know. I am coming out on Wednesday all being well. Please write & let me know if you can get out or not / Katie.
1910 Mortuary Chapel, Arbroath & Macpherson tartan
(message football related : Arbroath / Bolton)
Posted by R McG on 26th April 1910 in Arbroath : Sent to Mr James Thomson Gardyne Street, Friockheim
Will you manage to get away this week Hope you can, for we are to have a new man from Bolton playing at inside. Trusting to see you to-night In Haste R. McG
1910 Oxford Street and Market : Swansea
Posted by Maggie 4th May 1910? in Aberdeen : Sent to Mr H Sid Martin Stoker Mess 5 HMS Ringdove, Falmouth (or elsewhere)
Just a P C to say I have received your letter and will write to-night hoping you are in the best as this leaves me well hoping to hear from you soon with ? ? From ? ? S Maggie x
1910 Female with hat posing (107 scan
box) : Translation of text most welcome! Note some of text below may be
improperly transcribed. Our knowledge of French is limited!
Posted by Virginia Gorlini on 13th May 1910 in Alessandria : Sent to Signore Alber R Mirerahi Souk El Gedid, Jerusalem, Pallestine
On front of card, hand written : Gina Di Lorenza. This may be the woman in the photograph
Je servait à vous fervier de m' emvoyer soulement cartes vue de votre ville. Le principal templi, eglise monument artistique, rue, place, palais. Je recamberait quelle que vous plaisassent. Combier de ringratiements. Salutation timbre de Joursalem. Virginia Gorlini c.v. cartes noir? de pereference Asto (Italia)
1910 lake / loch scene : Happy birthday with poem (107 scan
Posted by Emmie on 18th May 1910 in Japan British Exhibition : Sent to Mr Bradley Culford Cottage, Hewell Gardens near Redditch
c/o Mrs Crowley Tulham/Fulham ????? London
Dr F. Just a line to wish you many happy returns of the day with love from Emmie
1910 Lauterbrunnenthal und Jungfrau (107 / 61) : written in
pencil, in German which is difficult to read
Posted by Carl Füllis on 23rd May 1910 in Interlaken : Sent to A Suzman c/o Dresdener Bank, Old Broad Street, London
Mein lieber Herr Susman! ........ Carl Füllis / Fülles
1910 Lütschine mit Jungfrau
(4166m.) (107 / 61)
Posted by Carl Füllis / Fülles? on 23rd May 1910 in Interlaken : Sent to Mrs Hortense Sellon Heimat, Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham
We are for a few weeks in Switzerland and have been in Basel, Bern, Lausanne, Genf (looks like) & Montreux. Father & myself enjoy it very much. Kindest regards to you, Gilbert & René Yours sincerely Carl ??? ??? H. Fülles
Posted by M R on 28th May 1910 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Barbara Watson Gardeners Cottage, Kinleith, Currie (now Edinburgh)
74. C. B. A.
I am having a fine time but it will soon be over I will be home tomorrow night hope you are all well. love to father & mother & Yourself from M. R.
Posted by M R on 28th May 1910 in Edinburgh : Sent to Miss Maggie Watson Gardeners Cottage, Kinleith, Currie (now Edinburgh)
74. C. B. A.
Just a P. C. to say that I have enjoyed my holiday & feel a lot better of them will se you soon love
from M R
1910 The River Ayr
Posted by M. A. F. on 21st June 1910 in Glasgow : Sent to Mrs Tulloch St Vincent Street, Glasgow
Will be glad to see any of you out to morrow. I will be alone. Lovely after the rain. Kindest love to all. M. A. F.
1910 Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. London
Posted by Mary Wilson on 16th June 1910 in Edinburgh : Sent to Mrs Wilson Cairnholy, Creetown, N.B.
Dear Mother Just a line to say we arrived safe both bairns slept part of the way. will write soon love to all from all. yr loving daughter Mary
1910 Linlithgow Palace
Posted by S F? P on 25th June 1910 in Earlston, Warwickshire : Sent to Mrs Simpson Brougham Place, Hawick
Arrived home tonight. I asked about my box at St Boswells, but they said as it came passenger with me It would not be delivered so I expect they will keep it till I come on Tuesday. I have the excess baggage ticket. I should have sent it carted baggage. S F? P
1910 Man & 2 horses at stream : The Rippling Stream (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 1st? July 1910 in London : Sent to Miss M Wardell (Warden)? Melford Road, Leytonstone
M. D. P.
I hope you have not forgotten What you were going get. I shall be down at 6.45. Dont have your tea before I get Home will you. ??
1910 Grand Stand at Ballina Sports September 1908 :
Posted by Lil on 1st July 1910 in Long Itchington : Sent to Miss K Dale Victoria terrace, Shakespeare Road, Stratford on Avon
Dear K Hope you are Better tell Mother we are sending Pos & Beans soon Gerty & Monica Cok?, send to say they are coming to Tea tomorrow Thursday so am making cakes. Pat? say you are to come for a weeks rest & will write a letter soon ask K A if you can come We are just going to a grand Day at Stockton. Love to all. Lil.
1910 At the skating rink : 2 men and a woman (107 scan box)
Posted by Robert Wooler on 15th July 1910 in Ayr : Sent to Miss Mary McDonald Parliamentary Road, Townhead, Glasgow
Write Reply XXXXXXXXX
Dear Mary Just a few lines to let you know I am enjoying myself Hoping you are the same with love from Robert Wooler c/0 Hay 78? Wallace St. Ayr
1910 A Persian Pet (cat) (107 scan box)
Posted by Nurse on 17th July 1910 in Norden : Sent to Miss Mary Grant Ives Lupus Street, St Georges Square
My Darling Mabel many thanks for kind letters I hope you will enjoy your visit With you mother and Miss Elsie. My baby is such a ....... up to all kinds of mischief, even while I write the cards best love from nurse xxx
1910 Billy and me (107 scan box)
Posted by ? on 18th July 1910 in Kilmaurs, Ayrshire : Sent to Miss L McDonald Parliamentary Road, Townhead, Glasgow
Lizzie see and be good to mary come home
1910 Linlithgow Palace
Posted by Lizzie on 18th July 1910 in Innerleithen : Sent to Mrs James Sinclair Millfield, Strousay
c/o Pearce, Winton Cottage, Innerleithen
Just a P.C. to say we are here for our holidays, Jim came home on Sat(urday) afternoon so we took the last train down here. His mother is with us & we are having a fine lazy holiday. Hope you are all keeping well Lizzie
1910 Kirkwall Cathedral & Bishop's Palace
Posted by P H Collie on 2?th July 1910 in Sheerness : Sent to Miss M Milton Costessey near Norwich, Norfolk
My Darling T/L?
I arrived back quite safe. hope you did dear I guess you were rather Tired I know I was arrived in Chatham 7.30 well ??? Fondest love to you Love to Florrie and all I remain ever Your faithfull aff. PH? Collie xxxxx
1910 The Cairn, Inverness (Culloden)
Posted by D D on 20th July 1910 in Inverness : Sent to Miss M Aitken
c/o Smith 2 Braid Place, Edinburgh
up here for the day wet weather & a public holiday I hope you are enjoying your new lodgings D D XX
1910 Cunard RMS Campania (107/ scan box)
Posted by cur? on or about 25th July 1910 in Hudson, USA : Sent to Miss
Emma F Fowle Srun Street, Woburn, Mass., USA
Campania, July 19.
These young Fowle chicks are certainly hard to keep track of! "Bad pennies," you know. Hope the vacarion is beginning well for you. Lovingly, cur?
1910 Cows at Rowardennan, Loch Lomond
Posted by ? on 26th July 1910 in Brixton : Sent to Mrs A Yates
Husborne Crawley, Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire
My Dear Enna
Many thanks for flowers they were just lovly - sent some fish down late on week shall send a card to you as Aunt come up. let me know in haste. love to all this card for Lillie
1910 Mar's Work, Stirling
Posted by J S D on 27th July 1910 in Bannockburn : Sent to Mr James B
Chisholm Cambusnethan Street, Edinburgh
This is such a wet day that we are prisoners. Yesterday was fine so "Cugenie" walked down to see us. I do hope the weather will improve for all holiday makers & we a....g the rut. Wishing Jim a real good holiday. Kindest regards. G.S.D. Take care of yourself.
1910 The West Parade and Cliffs, Southend-on-Sea.
Posted by Minnie on 27th July 1910 in Southend on Sea : Sent to Mr P G
King Compton Avenue, Barking Road, East Ham, Essex
Dear P it has been lovely today quite a change & the kiddies like it fine they are getting brown they have been in the water every day how are you getting on will you be sorry when Sat(urday) comes all send love Minnie
1910 Aachen - Dom (Süseite) St Foillan (107 / 61)
Posted by Carl Fülles on 28th July 1910 in
Aachen : Sent to Mrs Hortense Sellon Heimat, Hook, Hatchet Road, Chatham,
Dear Hortense, 28/7/10.
Your letter had been mislaid during my absence. Many thanks. Shall answer soon. am very busy. Was in Ustend last Sunday to see Father; ????? and my brother in law, who stay there for a few weeks. Kindest messages to you all also to Mr Susman Yours truly Carl
1910 Loch Kinellan
Posted by J C Moncur on 3rd August 1910 in Strathpeffer : Sent to Mr?
Game Keeper, The West Lodge, Aberlour
The Mount Strathpeffer
We enjoyed mon............much but missed you. I suppose the bag was as good as you expected. The Dr was in good trim. I am here the weather not very good today. hope it may improve trust ........ twelfth. J C Moncur?
1910 Dunstaffnage Castle, Oban
Posted by Sarah on 10th August 1910 in Glasgow : Sent to Mrs Reid
1910 Loch Kinellan
Posted by Sarah on 10th August 1910 in Glasgow : Sent to Mrs Reid
West Lodge, Aberlour, Banffshire
547 New City Road
Dear Cousin, Thanks for P.C. none of us went a holiday this time. Perhaps we will manage to see Aberdeen yet. You will be wearying to get a run to Lochnam, hope you are all keeping well. Kind regards. Sarah
1910 A Peaceful Evening (deer) by Henry Whitroy (107 scan box)
Posted by Elsie on 12th August 1910 in Aberdeen : Sent to Mr J Reid
West Lodge, Aberlour House, Speyside
Dear Daddy I could not get PC with shooting on it. But you have not shot this two bonnie Derrs. Dear Mother I got your letter all right. I will be home tomorrow and a young gentleman with me. We had no time to call on Mrs Gray love from all xxxx Elsie xxxx
get all the news when I come
1910 Young boy with wooden spade and pail at pretend seaside in photographer's studio
Posted by Mrs J H (Howie)? on 17th August 1910 in Aberdeen : Sent to Mrs
J Howie Auchleven, Insch
Thanks for P.C. So pleased to hear from you and glad to learn Miss H. continues to improve. This is a card of my eldest. All well. with kind regards to all from Mr. H & J H
1910 Art Galleries, Glasgow
Posted by ? on 23rd August 1910 (or) 1911 in Glasgow : Sent to Miss
Alice Stuart Oakbank, Dollar
All well. 22nd Augt 1910 (or 1911)
1910 Is Yawning Contagious? Woman yawning (107 scan box) : Text as on card
Posted by Mary on 26th August 1910 in Kilmarnock? : Sent to Mrs
McDonald Parliamentary Road, Townhead, Glasgow
Maggie any me are enjoying our self at Hillie I an not coming home to Glasgou as I am to start work here Mary
1910 Jersey - Baie de Ste Brelade - St Brelade's Bay
Posted by L H on 29th August 1910 in St Aubin, Jersey : Sent to Miss
Cowlin Courtlands, Poynders Road, Clapham Park, London
I am here again in beautiful Jersey until Sep 10th & so though(t)? you might be looking me up on 1st Am hoping to rival your tan on my return L.H.
1910 West Princes St. Gardens, Edinburgh
Posted by M M Y on 31st August 1910 in Aberfoyle : Sent to Miss Ginny
Young c/o Oxford House, Ugley, Bishops' Stotford
Received letter & contents safely. Will send papers but thought it was not worth
while when you were coming in Sept.
Nothing doing here, all alone now except next door.
Kind Regards from all.
1910 Aachen-Burtscheid. Kurhaus Garten (107 / 61)
Posted by Carl Fülles? on 9th September 1910 in
Aachen, Germany : Sent to A G Sellon Esq Heimat, Hook & Hatchet Road,
many thanks for your card dated 26th July. Hope you all are in the best of health and wish you a nice autumn. My father is in Aachen & will stay here 6 weeks. Maria, my brother in law & father send Kind regards to you all.
1910 Ireland, the Land of My Birth (poem) (107 scan box)
Posted by Playfair? on 10th September 1910 in Kings Lynn : Sent to Miss
F Holland W ? Hospital, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
D. F. Hoping this will find you all ki?? as it Leaves me how do you like this P.C. From one who knows Your Playfair
1910 High Street, Cheltenham
Posted by P? P? on 11th September 1910 in Shrewsbury : Sent to Miss E
Pritchard c/o Victoria Road, Stroud Green, London
Dear E. Mr S Mear wants a Housemaid from 24 to 30 one that is steady that he can depend on and likely to stay. do you know of any one that would do for him if so please let him know. he wants for middle of next month. hope you are all keeping well with love to you all. in haste P. P.
1910 Versailles - Le Petit Tri........neau de Marie-Antoinette. - Le Boudoir
Posted by A E Gott? on 11th September 1910 in Versailles, France : Sent to Mrs
Horn Heather Road, Grove Park, Kent, England
12 Sepr 10 / Dear M. Is this the card you particularly wanted? Am having a good day of it here. Lovely weather
Yours A. E. Gott?
1910 The Beach, Stonehaven
Posted by Mrs E on 13th September 1910 in Stonehaven : Sent to Mrs P
Milne Montrose Street, Brechin
Dear Friends we got a son this morning at half past 12 doing fine I hope she will get on all right her mother is home out of the Infirmary they cant do anything for her poor body Mc has been ill since last week I was glad when it was over how are you getting on Love from all Mrs E
1910 The Howard Memorial, Wetheral Church
Posted by Kate? on 16th September 1910 in Scotby : Sent to Mrs Holmes
c/o Mrs Hodgon Western Lodge, Workington
I am sorry to hear about poor Sallie I do wish you had come on saturday Mrs S was at Keswick we have heaps of apples I will try & get you some when I come home for my holiday the second week next month I will see your dear old face again I hear Mrs Burnetts got a Cook from Workington a Miss Jones she has a brother a school master at ?iddick with love from Kate? she knows you I think
1910 Hands shaking with flowers & poem (107 scan box) ; text as on card
Posted by R/M? C on 24th September 1910 in Glasgow Southern : Sent to
Miss Mary McDonald Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
Dear Mary just a P.C to tell you to make ready on sunday night for Kilmaurs as I am going home then to. I got word from Kilmaurs to come on sauturday night or monday with first train but going on sunday. R/M? C.
1910 cottage scene with flowers & bows + (107 scan box)
Posted by M? M? K on 26th September 1910 in Neilston : Sent to Mr ?
McDonald Parliamentary Road, Townhead, Glasgow
Enjoying my self all right Weather fine here From M? M? K
1910 View at Lynmouth (with bridge over stream)
Posted by Mrs Waterfield on 21st October 1910 in Lynton : Sent to Miss E Waterfield The Knowe, Dawlish
we walked over this bridge this morning and watched the river. It is called the Lyn and makes such a pretty sound as it flows along. Best love you, darling from Mother
1910 Perth : Scone Palace & Tay Street, King's View
Posted by Jessie on 24th October 1910 in Perth : Sent to Miss Kate Robertson D A Hotel Muthill
I have landed in Perth today I am writing this in Miss Blacks Kate is just herself hope you are all well Love from Jessie enjoyed myself a ? in Stirling
1910 High Street, and Lawford Street, Moneymore, Ireland
Posted by ? Reid on 24th October 1910 in Moneymore : Sent to Mrs Arrell Coventry Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow
Dear Lizzie I got your postcard alright it was stupid of me not mentng Fran? in my letter H? Agnew you one but I suppose she forgot ???? & me had not time as we went away that day are all quite well the wether (sic) is just Lovely ?? Reid
1910 Homeward Bound : Shepherd & sheep (107 scan box)
Posted by C on 25th October 1910 in Inverurie : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Have got down all right and got the length of B.D.S? Cold but dry. Love C
1910 Painting : The Blind Fiddler (107 scan box)
Posted by C? on 26th October 1910 in Inverness : Sent to Mrs Howie Auchleven, Insch
Keeping very well and enjoying my self. Will be home tomorrow. Hope you are managing all right without the boys (looks like) Love Yours C.
1910 Sheep in grassy field : (107 scan box)
Posted by J J McG on 9th December 1910 in Creetown : Sent to Miss Wilson Cairnholly Farm, Creetown
We will take the largest bird the one at twenty pounds. I got home all right. Hope your foot is better. with love to all. J J McG
1910 Love in the Park : 2 females & i man on park bench : (107 scan box)
Posted by R S on 17th December 1910 in Pakenham : Sent to Miss F Watts Gamekeepers Cottage, Stowlangtoft, Iseworth
Many thanks for P.C. I have not been like that lately it would be a nice change Yours R.S. x
1911 + Fife Arms Hotel, Braemar
Posted by J? ? in 1911 + in UK : Sent to Miss
G Sutcliffe c/o Mrs L Kawky (or Hawkey) 'Veronica' Carbis Bay, Nr Penzance,
Many thanks for your letter which we were very pleased to receive. We had a very nice two days journey here - cool & comfortable & \are getting on very well here in every way. I have marked our Sitting room, the Big Bay in the two side windows - Such a big delightful room - we are having a very nice time. Mr L. is better & I am sleeping better. I will write you by & bye properly. Love. J? ?
1911 Pansies for Thoughts + poem (107 scan box)
Posted by J M on ? January 1911 (or 1910) in Glasgow Southern : Sent to Mr
W McDonald Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
Thanks for P.C. it was much nicer than the first, how did you get home on Thursday night, be sure and let us know when you are coming back, as Mr Campbell if he remember's where he left his knife, also tell him I was asking for him with kind regards from J M
Try and come Wednesday night as we will be free let us have a P.C. by tomorrow to let us know if you can come xx Meg?
1911 Flowers & poem (can I meet you?) (107 scan box)
Posted by J M on 11th January 1911 in Glasgow Southern : Sent to Mr W
McDonald Parliamentary Road, Glasgow
Thanks for PC received pleased to know you enjoyed the new year holidays kind regards J M "Parkhouse"
1911 Llanberis Pass
Posted by E on 27th February 1911 in Liverpool : Sent to Miss
Lizzie Mitchell Butterfield Street, Walton Lane, Liverpool
4 Bell Rd 26/2/11
I am sorry to ask you & Maggie to leave it over this Stocktaking I am having the cleaners tomorrow they will be in 3 days so you will understand. will be pleased to see you next Sunday if you care to come & Maggie can tell you when she will come hope all are well E
1911 flowers & horseshoe (107 scan box)
Posted by Walter on 30th March 1911 in Saltford : Sent to Miss F Haines Highcroft, Etchingham Park Road, Finchley, London
Dear Flo, Just a line to wish you a happy birthday hope you will have many presents etc. From Walter
1911 Glorious Devon : Mars Hill, Lynmouth
Posted by ? on 5th April 1911 in Gwaun-Caw-Curwen : Sent to Miss Mabel Williams Tyr Syr Sketty near Swansea
April 5th 1911
This is the last of these series of Picture cards. Hope to get some more later on. It have been snowing here yesterday but cleared off in the afternoon. Went for a walk to Brynaman yesterday & tomorrow Ammanford if fine. Yours ?
1911 Victoria Falls. The First Zig Zag
Posted by Flo? on 13th April 1911 in Stockwell : Sent to Miss Lily
Yates c/o Husbrone Crawly* (Husborne Crawley), Aspley Guise
NOTE: * indicates a problem with spelling.
many thanks for niels* little letter I was very please* with it tell Mother that (I) shall next pa(r)cel? off on Tesday* next week as I am vey* busy now hope's you are all well with love to all from your lonely? cousin Flo be quick and grow them you can come up here.
save all your farthing* don't spend them happy Easter to all.
1911 Paris. La gare de Lyon (107 / 61) : Text all in French (please forgive any mistakes with transcription)!
Posted by ? on 15th April 1911 in Paris? : Sent to Madame
Sellon "Heimat" Hook & Hatchet Road, Chatham, Kent
Paris, rue Belgrand 80 bis 13.4.11
Bien chēre Madame. - Tous mes voeux pr une bonne fête de Pa?ques. Il ya une "éternité que je ne ?ais rien de vous"! J'aime ā espērer que votre Tanté est sanne Aurai. Je peut être le plaisir de vous voir a Paris cette année? Je suis maintenant bien acclimatée, nous avous passé un bon hiver? et notre sauté est excellente, dieu merci: - J'ai en fa........ (next area of text written over printed card text and very difficult to read) ...... Mon meilleur sannenir, ....... et pour Monsieur Sellon nos .... salutations ainsi qu'ā vous chēre Madame de le part de mon mari. ..... bien a vous ?
1911 Kirkstone Pass
Posted by L & C Lamb on 18th April 1911 in Pooley Bridge : Sent to
Mr James Lamb c/o McNaughton High Street, Oprotobell (Edinburgh)
Pooley Bridge Penrith
We are spending a holiday here. This is a very bonny place & very interesting.
L & C Lamb
1911 Le Mont Saint-Michel (107 / 61)
Posted by Auntie K on 25th April 1911 in Mont St Michel : Sent to Master
Sellon "Heimat" Maidstone Road, Chatham
April 25th 1911 Mont S. Michel
Comment Se poste le chien & le chat!
What do you Think of this big place? I expect you would enjoy going over the old Abbey & running round the ramparts. It would amuse you to talk to the French people & I should find you very useful when I want to shop or go somewhere I am staying with two such charming French ladies and we always talk French so perhaps when next I see you you will find me quite clever! Love to Daddie & Mammie Ever your Antie K.
1911 Joke card : couple at seaside by moon (107 scan box)
Posted by J M on 29th April 1911 in Southend : Sent to Mr N/W? McDonald c/o Mrs Vance, Burnside Place, Milngavie
this is what you were doing on Sunday night when I seen you, surely we wont have long to wait now for a dance, now dont be like maggie and say you are not going to have one if you do I wont beleave (sic) you, is'nt this a lovely day. I am going to the bowling Green in the afternoon give my regards to Miss C. and accept the same yourself from J M
1911 Bird at window with card : Birthday greetings (107 scan box)
Posted by Uncle Tom on 11th May 1911 in Brooklyn, New York, USA : Sent to Master Dan N Thomson Braeside, Christie Street, Dunfermline, Fifeshire
s.s. La Provence
another birthday again. Hope you have many happy returns. From your affect. Uncle Tom
1911 Rotten Row, London (107)
Posted by C Moore on 23rd June 1911 in Wood Green : Sent to Miss M
Fox St Dominic's Convent, Stone, Staffordshire
51 Lordship Lane
Dear Mildred You see by the address I am in London & I am enjoying myself very much. On Monday we went to the Tower of London. Tuesday the Chrystal Palace & yesterday (Thursday) we went & saw the procession at Whitehall. I saw beautifully the King & Queen looked rather pale I thought, but the Prince of Wales & Princess Mary looked lovely. I hope all the boarders are well & enjoyed the picnic. My love to all. C. Moore
1911 Stephenson's Monument, Newcastle on Tyne (107)
Posted by Jui? (looks like) on 26th June 1911 in
Newcastle on Tyne : Sent to Miss H Fulton Westburn Street, Millfield,
26 . 6 . 11
I can't get a Saloon Dear Jui?
22nd June 1911 - CORONATION OF KING GEORGE V
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