This 1908 is from a discussion between two sisters about their brother’s birthday.
This 1905 card informs a young man’s mother that he has arrived safely at his brother’s and they are gong to the pub. And the story behind the card shows how names and spellings can change over time when conveyed by word of mouth.
This card was posted in Ireland in 1904. It looks like part of a series. It is like one sentence in a longer conversation.
This card was initially very challenging because the surname looks like both Oakes and Baker. It turned out to be Oakes with the biggest clue being the marriage of Edwin Cyril Oakes in Cardiff in 1919.
There are a lot that connects the Quakers to this card, not least the source and the picture.