Front description: A crowd with slide and ferry in background. Back description: Mrs. Pickering 966 Dovercourt Dear Mrs. Pickering I hope you are well. we intend going down this week but Baby is so sick. Mother is real miserable too. hope to see you soon. can you not come up some time. it is not so very far away. yours truly M. Butt
Front: Group of men standing in a boat. One man in diving suit, another holds his helmet. Back: To: Mr. George Parks Tarpons Springs Dear Bro are over here to-day come over in a car Had a nice drive Havent had a letter this week what is the matter Emma.
Front: A sizeable group of labour protestors (many of them children) standing outside a large building. Back: Mrs. Chais Current Dear Sister What do you think of this I hope they soon start again or our Port money will be spent. Hello O. C.J.
Front description: Shore and bridge Back description: Message is obscured: Dear Ron. How is … O.K. I ho… you ask your … if she would like some rasberries when she gets back. May be able to get her some. Remember me to Charles & Katie. And have a good swim for me. Love Auntie "Dolly"
Front: Crowds of people in street surrounded by multi-storied buildings. Note: Dear Jess much like a Chinese festival is it not - Walter Back: Pre-printed: Universal postal Union- Union postal universelle // British India Inde Britannique // POST CARD CARTE POSTALE // The address only to be written on this side // Printed in Saxony Addressed to: Miss E.J. Bicknell Signed: From yrs etc. Walter
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. Card shows people standing at a railing 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. This card shows a smaller version of Mary with a branch with flowers surrounding her. Back description:
Front: A long store one-story building with an almost entirely windowed front entrance. A sign on the bottom-right corner of the entrance on the porch reads: Massey Silver Ribbon Bicycles In the 1901 Census Arthur McCormick operated the store with his son Norman. By the 1911 Census Norman was gone. Back:
Front: Publisher: A. H. Cooper, Toronto (ref. Cdn Patriotic and Heraldic Postcard Handbook Vol. 1 by Mike Smith). Background: Kemp began his career as an ambitious businessman whose accounting and managerial expertise turned his partnership in Montreal to success. Repetition of this pattern in Toronto opened doors. In 1900 Kemp won a seat in parliament. His service and pocketbook kept the Ontario Conservative party healthy in the lean years of the Laurier era. He carried out personal assignments for the prime minister before and during the Great War. One account said of Kemp that he was "seldom on parade, but seldom inactive and never inefficient." Kemp himself once attributed his success to energy and application. In effect, he was the ex officio minister of efficiency in Borden's governments. He left a large estate when he died in 1929. Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto, he left an estate worth more than $7,700,000 - www.biographi.ca Back: Mr. A.E. Kemp Respectfully Solitics Your Vote and Influence. Polling Day, Monday, October 26th Polls Open from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Handwritten message: Mr. A.E. Kemp manufacture of granite ware got this card from Frank Hodges, BTR. Brother in […]
Front: A dozen men, women and children sit atop or stand around piles of laundry outside a building. A large smokestack reaches to the sky. Two men stand atop the smokestack. Back: Mr. W. Vanson Nov 12 1906 My dear Children we can't think why we have not heard from you. We written you so long ago but have had no ans'r. Tom, have been expecting to hear from you also. hope you are all well, as it leaves us at present. Love from yours loving Father + Mother. E.T.E Jamson.
Front: A horse-drawn carriage rolls along a sparsely populated road. The foreground partially shows a large house. The church steeple can be seen thursting into the sky above the tree line in the background. Back:
Front: Desc: View of trees and well aparatus in field. Front and back of ten cent piece embossed at top right. Message: Congratulations to G.G.G. is supposed to be Evangeline's Well. We are still having a fine time. Yours affly Harry. Back: Mrs. John S. Gray Published by the McCoy Printing Company "Ten Cent Coin" Series
Front: Portrait with inside border of maple leaves on Commonwealth flags, roses in corners and outside maple leaf border. What our Fathers and their Sons Bravely Fought for For Truth Honour and Freedom Publisher: J.W. Allen, Toronto Part of a Celebrity series of 12 postcards. (ref. Cdn Patriotic and Heraldic Postcard Handbook Vol. 1 by Mike Smith). Back: This post card illustrates the zealous spirit of unity and invincible courage pervading the Allies Nations to win the victory over German militarism, autocracy , falsehood and deceit, and e'en now we may hear the glad tidings of the glorious victory sounding the wide world o'er.
Front description: Ad text: A symbol of public confidence (over an illustration of a Mountie). Millions too, have confidence in 'blue coal'. The Colour guarantees the quality… Protect yourself against unidentified fuels of questionable quality - buy 'blue coal' and be sure of greater efficiency, economy and comfort in home heating. Gillies-Guy Ltd. Phone 2-3587 Hamilton - Ont. Back description: Back obscured