Canadian Postcard Collection

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Front description: Unidentified group of 9 in yard of white house - 4 nurses, 2 doctors & 3 patients - Woman in dark coat with heavy scarf around neck, man in hospital bed on wheels and child on a lap. Bulldog looking at group. Exact location unknown, postmark for Colwyn Bay. Back description: Miss Hetty Moody Dear Hetty, Thanks for your letter, we are having dreadful weather here. What a pity you had not time to call here that day. Best love. Beatie.
Front description: Workers building grain elevator next to railway tracks. Kerrobert was a major Canadian Pacific Railway junction and terminal. Back description: W. H. Hiddie Hello Old Sport Rec'd your card. Glad to hear you are getting Well, as I can safely say I am still on the elevator but I think we will be through this week. It is no trouble to get work. I am going to stay right with Carpentering now I am getting along fine 40 cents an hour. They are paying 55 cents here now. I have a job as soon as I leave here to help build 3 houses and two (rest under the stamp). Across left end: This is our elevator about 3 weeks ago.
Front description: Group of five women and two boys gathered around a fire. Other people in the background. All the women are wearing aprons and most in hats. There is an 'x' over one of the women in the group. Back description: C. S. Storie Spy, 43 Thought this would interest you. I tried learning camp cooking at Red Cross works. England just heard Elizabeth has got a berth & returning on the "Cellio". Hope to see her before she leaves - fond love Amy
Front description: Singer salesman with car standing on road. Car has 2 tarps on back with "SINGER" on them - 1 tarp is upside down with base of sewing machine poking out of the top. Man in suit standing behind the car - probably a travelling salesman. Back description:
Front description: One of a series. A large image of Mary is divided between ten cards with the words "Je suis l'immaculee conception" around her and "Notre Dame de Lourdes" underneath. On each card is a smaller scene related to Mary or to Lourdes. Back description:
Front description: RCMP officer on horse beside lake, mountain in background. Back description:
Front description: RCMP officer on horse carrying standard Back description: Jourz sur; jourz C.P. 7000 Telé 7 Mme. Noella St. Pierre 73-5e-avenue Windsor, Que. Tel 845-2496 14 marsL drummonville 15 " Victoriavilla 16 " Trois-Rivieres 18 " Granby 19 " Victoriaville
Front description: RCMP member on horse holding Canadian flag. The flag is an added illustration. Back description: Printed: "Greetings from Williamson's Drug Store Swan River, Manitoba, Canada"
Front description: Oval portraits of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Thibaudeau Rinfret. Two flags behind. Back description:
Front description: Our Leader Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Our Candidate J. G. Turriff. Back description:
"Farthest North, First to Hazelton"
"Farthest North, First to Hazelton"
Front: Text: Crowds cheering Mr. Sands of Seattle in "Farthest North, First to Hazelton" Pathfinder Flanders Auto on arrival in Hazelton, B.C. 1281 miles covered en route. Desc: Group of people gathered around car with bravo sign above them. Back: To: Mrs. Daisy Black Do you recognize Grant & Mrs. Boyd & Howard standing near each other. Something to remind you of Hazelton. E. Thurbur
"In action" Sherwood Forest Diving Towers Boskung Lake
"In action" Sherwood Forest Diving Towers Boskung Lake
Front: One person mid dive, while another waits their turn. Others look on. Back: Mr. L. Jenkins Make no mistake. That person doing the stunt is not me. Well I got your letter yesterday & am rather wondering whose tree you raided and what you did with the cherries? I hope you're keeping warm enough. we haven't needed any fires. The mosquitoes are still quite bad but we can take it. Love Dot
"Lady Laurier's" Goodwill Trio, Beaver Town's show of Industry
"Lady Laurier's" Goodwill Trio, Beaver Town's show of Industry
Front description: Three beaver kits Back description:
"Mart" In Action
"Mart" In Action
Front: Pre-printed: If you want to know more about Mart write to Martin Automatic Fish Reel Co. Ilion NY Written message: Belvedere, NJ I wish you were here to play with me do you ever go to school? Rebecca Child pictured fishing. Back: To: Miss Marion Linton
"Northwestern"
"Northwestern"
Front: The Northwestern ship, caked in ice from a winter gale. People stand on the warf and onboard. '28' marked on front. Back:
"The Finish" Henley Regatta.
"The Finish" Henley Regatta.
Front description: People in a canoe rowing. "The Finish" Henley Regatta. Toronto Canoe Club 1st, Orillia 2nd. Both Dean Canoes. Souvenir of Deans Canoe and Boat Exhibit. Canadian National Exhibition. Compliments of Walter Dean, Toronto. Send for catalogue. Back description: Printed: Dean's Canoes MUST Paddle Easy for they ALWAYS WIN Maple Leaf at top left with company name, 1751 Queen St. W. Toronto
"The Finish" Henley Regatta. Toronto 1st Orillia 2nd
"The Finish" Henley Regatta. Toronto 1st Orillia 2nd
Front description: Photo of canoe race by Gleason. Printed text: Souvenir of Dean's Canoe and Boat Exhibit Canadian National Exhibition. 1907. Compliments of Walter Dean, Toronto. Send for Catalogue. Back description: Bertha A. E. Manning Printed: Dean's Canoes MUST Paddle Easy for they ALWAYS WIN Walter Dean Canoes & Boats 1751 Queen St. W. Toronto
"Victoire" Exhibit C.N.E.
"Victoire" Exhibit C.N.E.
Front: Hitler's Armoured car captured at Bertschesgaden in April 1945 by the Free French Forces under the command of General LeClerc. American and British flag in background. Back: George. Bed. Wu. 7613 M.1. 9248
"Ye Old Charlie"
"Ye Old Charlie"
Front description: Roughly dressed fellow with bushy hair and beard holding a large hat standing in front of a wall. R & J Harris series Back description:
23 3/4 pound salmon trout by Mr. W. Wall and Mr. J Parks
23 3/4 pound salmon trout by Mr. W. Wall and Mr. J Parks
Front: Studio portrait of the two fisherman in vests and white shirts each holding one end of a thick stick that suspends their giant catch. Back: PBR Co.

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