A simple message from a daughter to her mother, the feather curler, in 1907 Liverpool.
There is not much to say about this card from rural Wales in 1907.
This is the second of two postcards from 1907 that were sent to Marie Ogier Le Patourel who was living on Guernsey in the Channel Islands.
This is a simple birthday card from 1907 Torquay.
The recipient of this birthday card from 1907 could not be traced.
This card from 1907 is one of seven in the collection that were sent to and kept by the Wrathall family of Lanacster. It features the picture of an actress called Marian Lindsey of who there is hardly any trace of the internet.
This is a simple weather report for Newcastle-Upon-Tyne posted in May 1907.
This card, sent to Guernsey in 1907, is full of jokes about cold remedies and advice about croquet violence.
This 1907 card starts out as "arrived safely" but then turns into something else.