A selection of Multiview postcards entirely or nearly entirely dedicated to views in Alexandra Park.
Postcard by Ralp Dunn & Co., 63 Barbican, London E.C.
Posted 10 Sep 1908 to Mrs S. Pilkington in Morecambe
Message reads, Dear Mother & Father
Glad to hear your enjoying yourselves and having very fair weather. Early last Wed morning an accident happened up at farm. One of the shippons was blown down on the top of sit cattle, but they were got out, being little the worse. The shippon is a complete wreck.
Hoping you have better weather
Your Loving Sons Doug & Leon
Postcard by Chas Wilkinson. Manchester.
Posted 26 Oct 1923 to Miss Nellie J. Gillard in Paris 18
Message reads, My Dear Jeanne.
Thanks very much for the books received safely this morning.
It was very kind indeed of you to get them for me & I appreciate all the trouble you have taken for me. Will write a letter soon.
Love to yourself & your sister
Postcard by Allen & Sons. Oldham & Blackpool
Posted 2 Mar 1925 to Miss Emily Howe in Cottage Hospital Lytham. Lancs
Message reads, Dear Emily
I hope you are feeling better & that your foot is getting on alright.
It is a bit nicer here today, but, we have had some dreadful weather since I came,
With Love from Nurse.
Postcard by A. H & S. Oldham.
Posted (No date) to Mr & Mrs Pilkington in Morecambe.
Message reads, Dear Mother & Father.
Glad to hear you are having a good time & nice weather.
We are having glorious weather here. We have not had a drop of rain this week. We are going on alright. Sally is doing champion.
Hoping you are enjoying yourselves.
Your Loving Son Hervay
Postcard by Bardsley, Stationer, Oldham.
Posted 5 Sep 1922 to Miss C. Turton. in Barnsley. Yorkshire.
Message reads, Dear Carla
I managed to get apartments for May & S just after leaving you this morning but before 10.20 am. We decided to go home & go again in October. We had quite a pleasant journey home arriving about half 10 pm. Did you get home at the expected time? Please remember us to Mrs Turton.
Yours sincerely Fred & Mary
P.S. Please xcuse pencil.
Postcard by Unknown Publisher
Unposted, Not stamped, but written on
Message reads, Dear Kath
Just a line, Dearest, to say I received your most welcome letter this morning, which came yesterday sometime while I was out. I am having a grand time and have my mate opposite over on leave as well. We had a little rain Monday but for that we have had nothing.
Postcard by Raphael Tuck & Sons
Posted 5 Jan 1905 to Miss G Whittaker in Blackpool
Message reads, Dear Gerty
I would like to know Tom Howarths address do you mind sending his to me.
This is Oldham I am not far from the one in the corner
Yours write soon
Postcard by Allen & Sons, Oldham.
Jay Em Jay Series. No. 70930
Posted 3 Jul 1911 to Mrs Warburton in St Annes on Sea
Message reads, Dear Mrs Warburton
Very pleased to hear from you, not yet gone to Matlock, you will probably be home and ready to go with us after Whitsuntide.
Hope you and Mrs Matthews and the children are enjoying yourselves. Doris and Willie are both at school in St Annes look out for them in Clifton Drive
Postcard by Unknown Publisher
Carlton Series. Number 77170
Posted 13 Jul 1913 to Mr & Mrs W. Peel in Blackburn.
Message reads, Dear Bro & Sister
Having a splendid time here. Rovers got all they deserved in securing one point.
Very rough game
Kind Love from
Annie & Bill
Postcard by Arthur Needham.
Union Street. Oldham
Posted 17 Jul 1914 to Miss E. Hopkins in Birmingham.
Message reads, Dear Eva
Just a p/c for your collection. Harold.
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