Grumpy old fart!!!

"If you talk to God you're religious. If God talks to you, you're psychotic."

Nurses c1914

 

The reverse of the card shows that Charlotte could be on the second row, third from the left

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Nurses and injured soldiers wearing their ‘convalescent blues’.

28th July 1914 saw the beginning of the First World War, ending on 11th November 1918.
Nurses and injured soldiers wearing their ‘convalescent blues’.

 

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Five Cornish Fishermen – The Manchester Guardian – 1917

 

Five Old Cornish Fishermen, All Over Seventy, Engaged In Maintaining Britain’s Supply Of Fish – The Manchester Guardian – 1917

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WW 1 patients – German

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“Somebody’s Boy” – WW 1

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To Aunt Annie from Arthur and Edie

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Not in the Prescription c1914

 

“Not in the prescription,” a postcard with an illustration by the Cartoonist and illustrator, Percy Bell Hickling,

born in Nottingham but raised in Knighton, in mid-Wales. (1876-1951)

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Nurses c1914

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Empire Day – 1915

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Vintage Sunday

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