Ruth Harker Postcard Collection - 1912
 
B.B.London Series No 69
Postmark: Jan 2 1912 - Carlisle
 
Addressed to Miss Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Essex
 
Dear Niece
just a line hoping to find you all well, we have had a quite [sic] Xmas, we have had Our Susie in bed poorly we had the Doctor to bring he said it was congestion of the lungs she is doing nicely got downstairs again with love From All and Wishing you A very Happy New Year

From your loving Aunt

Cloisters, Fountains Abbey  ©The Woodbury Series, No 781
Mar 18 1912 - Manchester
 
Addressed to Miss Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Waltham Cross, Essex
 
Victoria Avenue
Briefield
Dear Ruth
I have not much news so I am just sending you a PC I am intending going home at Easter so I might here somthing [sic] then hoping to have a line from you soon Jane

Jul 21 1912 - Great Yarmouth
 
Addressed to Miss R. Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Essex
 

Dear Ruth,
Thank you for p.c. I am stay [sic] for a fortnight at Yarmouth. We are having fairly nice weather. How are all the "boys" at Hoddesdon? I have quite given up flirting. I have not been with a boy since we left Broxbourne. Hope you are all quite well. Yours sincerely
Gwendoline M Gray


Oct 13 1912 - Gunnerside
 
Addressed to Miss R Harker, c/o Mrs Guy, Hill Top Lodge, Gunnerside, Richmond, Yorks
 

15 Victoria Avenue
Briefield
Dear Ruth
Just a PC hoping you are having a nice holiday are you coming back by Burnley I wish I was going to Gunnerside Fair
Love from Jane


Lake in the Woods, Skipton ©WS&S
Oct 24 1912 - Gunnerside
 
Addressed to Miss Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Nr Waltham Cross, Essex
 
Thursday night
Thanks for letter this morning, yes will do two cushions, send things as soon as possible. I was just thinking this morning it was a long time since I had heard from you. What sort of weather are you having it is snowing here it is fairly beastly weather Excuse PC Will write to you later & tell you all news kind regards to all MA

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