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Pickle Church May 30
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Hugh Jones Jun 12
Today's shows what is now part of - the Collegiate Campus. The card was posted in February 1924. "Just a few lines hoping this finds you in best of health as it does me."
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Visualising China Sep 6
Bird cage shop, Tianjin, c.1930s Tianjin Post Cards Collection Historical Photographs of China gr01-049
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Pam Smith Mar 11
Have 3 copies of this Why? To glean snippets of personal testimony on the reverse. During 1905/6: 1) Rev Stratford in Italy for Christmas 2) Happy birthday Sis from Sis 3) MHC was at the other end of the cart! Fascinating
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Ypres Castle Inn Jun 22
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Lynn Heiden Sep 6
Monday Pic This super photo was taken at Another of my EBay finds😍 It’s quite faded so have just darkened a little, a lovely collection of Originally a small cottage called Pen-Y-Mae See pics
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Hanne Andersen Aug 26
#newcastle 1928
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Oxford Castle & Prison Jan 8
We are loving this Postcard of St. Georges Tower. Dated 1905 ✨🏰
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Provincetown Film Society May 19
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Annemarie Ventel Apr 14
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TheBerkshiresGoneBy Nov 27
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Ian Lindsay Sep 12
Kilrenny Sunday’s old Fife postcard, Kilrenny Kirk, Kilrenny near Anstruther and Crail, Kirk where my parents were married and I was christened, card from 1912
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Clare Hillerby Dec 10
Lozenge + Paddle Earrings. Old postcard fragments encased in oxidised silver with a paddle link to the hook
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Clare Hillerby Feb 11
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Southborough Society Feb 16
Postcard featuring Glenmore Place from our archive. 🏡🏡🏡🏡🏡
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Lynn Heiden Sep 5
Sunday Pic How fabulous is this😍another I spotted on EBay & couldn’t resist! Two Mums & 14 between them. Wonderful Look at that super pram! Sadly no printing or writing🤔
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Goldstar Transport Sep 3
Throwback to the the early years of containers! Health and safety was a bit less of a concern! Not a Hi-Vis in sight! 🚛
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Antiques & Artisans Nov 24
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Hugh Jones Jun 13
Saturday's is , part of My 1st job post degree was organising conferences; Van Mildert College hosted for me at Easter 1990. The College did us proud; my own contribution less so. I moved on to a career better aligned with my aptitudes!
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Hugh Jones Jun 14
For a Sunday afternoon, here's an of - Pedestrian Parade at Night. A great university which valiantly stands its ground against Romano-Georgian heritage Bath, making its pitch for planned, modernist, post-war concrete. I like it!
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