This card from 1906 has been successfully reunited with the owning family.
This card was sent in 1906 to Alfred Fabb. It is an apology for the sender not turning up, possibly for a night out. Someone has written the name Jack Hull on the front of the card. Who was Jack Hull and whrn was his name added?
This is a holiday card sent from Deal to Godalming in September 1906
This card from 1906 is the final card of 7 (so far) related to Isabel Sarah Werrell (1877-1936) of Newbury, Berkshire and her family. She appears to have been an avid collector of postcards.
The whole collection can be found here
This is the 6th of 7 postcards relating to the Werrell family of Berkshire. The message is quite mundane, but most postcards probably were in 1906.
This is the fifth of seven cards relating to the Werrell family of Newbury, Berkshire. Minnie is worried that her sister Isabel has not written for some time.
This is the fourth card in a series of 7 relating to the Werrell family f Berkshire. They mostly feature churches. In this case, the clergyman appears to have a bad foot.
This card from February 1906 reports on the weather and expresses concern.
There is little to be learned from this 1906 card sent from Paris. But there are many questions suggested by it.
This card went from Dunnville, Ontario via New York, to Edinburgh to tell Fanny Stenhouse about her new neice Agnes McNeill in July 1906.
These two cards were sent from W Robertson to George D Logan in 1906. Sadly, neither can be traced because there is no family context to give clues. This is such a shame because of the content of the messages which raise so many questions. Who is "Horrors"?
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Three cards for the price of one. These cards have the following in common. Firstly they were all sent around 1905/6 to the Commercial Hotel in Barnard Castle, Durham. Secondly, they were all sent to members of the Hannigan family. Thirdly, they all feature pictures of Edwardian actresses.
The Hannigans are unusual for hotel managers in the North East of England because they come from Pennsylvania.
Lots of questions.
There is some confusion about the sender of this card caused entirely by the name John Smith. And why were the boots finished?
These cards are remarkably similar weather reports for Walthamstow and Manor Park in early February 1906.