This 1911 postcard is a tale of unrequited love for A and Mabel.
This card was posted in Liverpool in Early August 1929 and the weather report was rainy.
In this card from 1911 a young girl draws a comparison between New Ferry and Southport.
This card was posted in 1904 c/o Mr Wilson the Saddler in Halsall Lancashire
This reads like a holiday postcard, but it was sent in November. Is this a business trip? And why might Liza misbehave?
This is a birthday card for Elizabeth Wilkins in Westbury in 1912. What the the pictures mean is not immediately clear.
This card was sent to twice married Nellie Egerton, a fancy draper, in 1909.
This is a second postcard sent to Lilian Blencowe in Kingston Hill, Surrey in 1905. Both have horses on them. She was 4 years old.
This card was posted from the Strand Palace Hotel in London to Chorley in Lancashire in 1915. The sender wont be able to see John.
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 card was posted in Cockermouth in 1905 by Bill who is asking Annie Jackson nee Richardson, in Applethwaite, about a byre.
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 card was sent in 1918 and does not have a meaningful message.
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 card from 1905 is not signed. It was sent to Beatrice Tarr who later moved from Taunton, Somerset to Winnipeg in Canada.
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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This card sent from San Francisco to Torquay in 1910 opens a door on an international and cosmopolitan family.
This card from 1904 is the first of a series of cards associated with the Werrell family of Berkshire.
A Christmas Card from 1910, sent to a housemaid working at a house splendidly named Yonder Cross in Devon.
This is a Christmas card from 1904. It is one of a series of cards related to the Lambert family of Kendal, Cumbria. It has been returned to the rightful owner.