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: 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: Our Leader Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Our Candidate J. G. Turriff. Back description:
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: Oval portraits of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Thibaudeau Rinfret. Two flags behind. Back description:
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: 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: 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 officer on horse beside lake, mountain in background. 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: A waterplane is parked on a beach while a very large crowd waits for its takeoff. For more information on the Waterplane Tour, see: https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/179000-daily-mail-water-plane-tour-of-1912/ Back:
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
Front: At least eight labourers work on the peat harvesting machine (government-made, mind you) while three men (labelled "1" through "3", corresponding with the list in the caption) stand and watch on the other side of the rail track. Aleph Anrep, #1 in the photo, wrote a book entitled Investigation of the Peat Bogs, and Peat Industry of Canada during the Season 1909-10 (Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1910) Source: ftp://ftp.geogratis.gc.ca/pub/nrcan_rncan/publications/ess_sst/307/307364/cmb_071.pdf Back: Saw a peat bag like this above tracadie can.
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