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1904



1904 - 27th September Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell, N. ? Garron Point, P.O., Co. Antrim from 41 William Street - Dear, When will you be up to see me & bring or send me one of yours. I gave you two of mine, be good to my book and don't send it to B. or L. You know they would abuse it badly, I was down there on Sunday, too late to make a call, would not like to disturb your sleep, yours etc.
1904 - 3rd. October Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim - First instalment with interest, as it might bes? Everything going on satisfactorily here. Kind regards from all at 47.  Enthusiastically yrs. Shemus
1904 - 24th December Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, ???? - your letter received, I hope you will have a pleasant holiday, Slain ??? Domhnaill

1905



1905 - 3rd January Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Dear, Hope you got home allright. Not too wet after all. Expect you on Friday. With Love. A. C.
1905 - 4th January Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Irish writing, can't make it out, Domhnaill
1905 - 10th February? Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garronpoint - Dear ? Forgot till now, trust you will forgive delay. will write soon. E. ? L.
1905 - 21st February Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I shall be expecting a subscription for the "Irish Language Fund" in a week or two. Irish Domhnaill
1905 - 16th March Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Dear, If Thur. evg. be fine Annie will be down in Carnlough. N.




1905 - 23rd March Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Irish Domhnaill
1905 - May Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell N. S. Garron Point P.O. Co. Antrim - Hoping ???? Farewell to thee friend though our bodies should part, its deep the affections entwined round my heart, no distance no Island that affections can sever? it clings to my memory that we part not for ever. (????????)
1905 - 1st May Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I hope you are nothing the worse of the Easter holidays. Domhnaill
1905 - 15th May Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - When do you expect to have your holidays this year? Domhnaill
1905 - 17th May Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim - Warm regards once more. Hope you will excuse past negligence. Better treatment in store for you. All well here. J. O'D.
1905 - 22nd June Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Much obliged for parcel which I received today. Domhnaill
1905 - 23rd June Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim - Just a line to say good-bye before leaving for old Donegal. We expect to make a move on 6th prox.  Intend remaining months. Hope to meet you here shortly after our return. J. O'D.
1905 - 3rd August Postmark Glasgow to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim, Ireland - We sail tonight for Londonderry. Hugh



1905 - 9th August Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint - You will ? ? the house? I expect. Another card for your Album. R. C.
1905 - 15th August Postmark Ayr to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Sailing tonight for Greenore. Hugh
1905 - 16th August Postmark Green? to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Sailing tomorrow for Duddon? Hugh
1905 - 19th August Postmark Millo? to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Cannot race? from here today, blowing to hard. Hugh
1905 - 22nd August Postmark Glasgow to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Sailing today for Newry, Hugh
1905 - 7th September Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Hope you will like this post card. All well here, James not coming. Maggie & little ones going home on Friday. Weather improving, hoping you are taking the good of your ? these days. With love Marg or Mary



1905 - 8th September Postmark Glasgow to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim, Ireland - Sailing tomorrow for Dublin. Hugh
1905 - 30th September Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Dear, Thanks for pretty p. card. I also had one from D. Kate intends going down tomorrow evening on Ballymena car if weather be favourable
1905 - 10th October Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Dear, Hope you got home safely. How do you feel after yest. Pat is gone to-day, we cannot imagine what is wrong with us. Mother has decided on going this fortnight. N.
1905 - 11th October Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Dear E., Is this the way you will be riding now. Dad tells me you can ride a;; right and never had a "toss." How did you manage? I haven't had a ride this good while, the roads are very muddy. Glad to hear that Annie will come in Dec. She is still busy. I believe E. H. & girls left last night, I think she isn't sorry. K. McL.
1905 - 20th October Postmark Clones to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - I am dying with a cold, would like a cure, perhaps Miss McNeill will prescribe. Ask her. Thinking long for Xmas. Do you happen to know if a card (douce) was sent to me from point posted in Larne. I suppose you reconciled to winter now. A. Mac.?
1905 - 3rd November Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Letter received, will write soon, Domhnaill
1905 - 14th November Postmark Glasgow to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim, Ireland - going Bo?ling ship, Hugh
1905 - 16th November Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garron Point - Dear Esther, My bike is getting a holiday. The roads here are fearful and besides I have had neuralgia frightfully. I am a good deal better and we are looking forward to entertainment? & that will be given in the chapel on the 3rd Dec. We are wanting Annie to come for it & is only a week sooner than she intended coming. I hope you will use your influence with her when you are up. Sorry you can't come yourself. With love K.?

 

1905 - 16th November Postmark Bowling, Glasgow to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Co. Antrim, Ireland - On ship, cannot say how long, till tomorrow. Hugh
1905 - 18th November Postmark Dumbarton to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim, Ireland - Expect to come off ship about Wednesday, Hugh
1905 - 22nd November Postmark Bowling, Glasgow to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim, Ireland - Coming off ship tomorrow Thursday, Hugh
1905 - 23rd November Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garronpoint - Dear Esther, How are you feeling this cold weather. I wish you could have come to the entertainment. If you see Annie, coax her to come. "Barney"
1905 - 23rd ? Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Dear Esther, You haven't got the bike? yet I believe, but you will surely have it this week. When will you have the inspector, no word of him yet! I hope you will get on well with it when you do have it, but there is no fear but you will. I had a P.C. from Carnlough. K.? McL.?
1905 - 12th December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Dear E. How did you get home? I hope he was pleased. Nothing new here yet, all in good form. Annie
1905 - 22nd December Postmark ? to Miss Campbell, Garron Point (scored out) N.S., Carnlough - Hope you are quite well & having holidays this nice weather. We like being here very well & ? of ? ? anything the worse of moving. Call to see us when you are in this part. Wishing you a Happy Xmas. ? visit Cottage. M. Mc?
1905 - 23rd December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Dear E. Many thanks for card & good wishes. I hope yourself & all the family will have a very happy Xmas. I got out four front teeth on Tuesday last, Annie went with me to keep up my courage. She is getting plenty of experience here. No more news yet. Yours Kate



1905 - 25th December Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Irish Domhnaill

1906

 

1906 - 21st January Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - He is not unlike someone we know, Domhnaill
1906 - 3rd February Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Isn't this dreadful weather we're having. I suppose you are nearly blown away these days. I see the Gaels are making things hum in the Glens, what about Carnlough? Domhnaill

1906 - 6th February Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Dear, Hope you got out all right yesterday. Did you take advantage of the nice evening by taking a ride? Don't you wish this frosty weather would last for a month. N.
1906 - 8th February Postmark Bellaghy?, Castledawson to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Dear E. Never marry or put yourself in a position like this poor creature. This is sound advice so take it sincerely. From Barney McL.  Am on my holidays in Bellaghy & am enjoying myself you may be sure. A.
1906 - 13th February Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Dear E. Liked your last P.C. well though I'm afraid you picked 'the fortune' Does Miss McNeil stock them? perhaps I could get some in B.Mena, I have to go in this week to get the rest of my teeth out, perhaps I will wait until Friday when I believe Alice is coming. How do you like this? If Annie was in the boar what would happen. K. McL.
1906 - 27th February Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint P.O., Co. Antrim - I suppose you think I have forgotten you. Domhnaill
1906 - 27th February Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Hope you got out alright on Sun., Uncle A. no better, will send word before end of week. Annie
1906 - 8th March Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Hope you arrived safely at Garron Point on Sun. Any p. cards from Danl., I got one of J. D. N.? P.  & Uncle Alex. same.



1906 - 14th March Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Expect to see you on Saturday. Alex.
1906 - 15th March Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Domhnaill
1906 - 3rd April Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell, N. T., Garron Point P.O., Co. Antrim - A little while & you shall see me. A. F.? M.
1906 - 14th April Postmark Portglenone to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Dear E. Yes I am riding as much as ever I can get, I was in B'mena on Monday last & got new flowers in my hat. Will you come over on your wheel during the holidays, you have long promised to come. With best wishes from  ? McL.
1906 - 18th April Postmark Belfast to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Carnlough - Writing for tomorrow. Am enjoying very well. N.
1906 - 26th April Postmark ? to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - How feeling after Holidays? Since was card was too near truth, I send a quiet one this time. A good for all at the Point. Heard Mrs. McNeill has gone to C:lough. Good season coming. Wonders will never cease - Harphall? When that happened. I will not be surprised at anything.
1906 - 27th April Postmark Pawtucket to Miss Esther Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint P.O., Co. Antrim, Ireland
1906 - 1st May Postmark Cushendall to Miss ? Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - Here for the evg. had a half holiday today. E.

 
1906 - 6th May Postmark Cushendall to Miss Campbell N.T., Garron Tower, Garronpoint - Miss D. and Self drove to C'dall this afternoon. Ever so good are we. All my Love, Your ???
1906 - 16th May Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Co. Antrim - I hope you are enjoying the Summer Season as usual. Nothing wonderful here since Nell left. In fair form myself, warm regards, J. O'D.
1906 - 19th June Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint - Very many thanks for jacket, it was most useful to me, I was completely drenched before I got home. Hope you are not feeling too tired today. E.
1906 - 2nd July Postmark Newcastle, Co. Down to Miss Campbell, National Teacher, Garronpoint School, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Slieve Donard mountain stood 3700 feet about sea level.
1906 - 2nd? July Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose you were at the Glens' Feis on Wed. last. I hear it was a big success. Domhnaill
1906 - 7th July Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose you have had a good time at the Feis. Any word of the holidays yet? It will be nice round Garron Point now, do you get any punctures. K. McL.
1906 - 8th June Postmark Clones to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose you have forgotten all old acquaintances. Well just to remind you of some of them. Here's a ? card. Had one de la gracioux majestie. I have got a new fad now. No time for ?? Tomorrow a holiday. Fair day. Going trout fishing. How are old friends at G.P. Mullagh and all along the way. Are there any more going to take that example of Harphall. Who is the new addition to that place. Is Dedd? still reasoning. Grudge you the summer season at Point. Mac.
1906 - A. Linten, remembrance of 1906 from your friend in America, E. G. C.



1906 - 11th July Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carn Lock - My Dear, You shall be surprised to hear that the others intend visiting you on next Sun., will write you when fully decided. Got home all right (Sun. first) Yours. N.
1906 - 12th July Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose you are half broiled this weather. Domhnaill
1906 - 18th July Postmark M???? Co. Donegal to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Carnlough, Co. Antrim - A little reminiscence from native mountains. Feeling very well since we came to Donegal. Warm regards. J. O'D.
1906 - 20th July Postmark Randalstown to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Dear E. We are in Randalstown today for a ride. I hope you will come next week as the Feis in Toome is on the 30-31st. July & besides I might be going for a holiday later on in August & I want you to come here first. Hoping you will not disappoint us this time. yrs. Kate ?
1906 - 23rd August Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Dear Miss C. Thanks for pretty card, it is a better view than the one I had. Was sorry I missed seeing you before you left, but understood you were staying till Sunday evg. I must have made a mistake. All much as usual, only my father is lying with a 'back' ache. Best wishes to all from O'Shanaghan
1906 - 25th August Postmark Londonderry & Milford to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Holidays expiring fast. All here in great farm. Much improved myself. Maggie longing for a letter from home. Love to all friends. J. O'D.
1906 - 28th August Postmarks Bangor & Larne Harbour to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I hope you enjoyed your holiday. I expect to see you in a few weeks. Domhnaill
1906 - 31st August Postmark Dundee to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Esther, You may forgive me this time and like all good penitents I'll n'er offend again. You should have been in P.Glenone this week and seen all the "fun", I believe I'm missing a lot. I suppose you have heard. This is a confirmation of the views of the City. I've been to the theatre several times, "music halls" etc. etc. I'll find it strange at home. K. McL.



1906 - 4th September Postmark Bangor (Helen's Tower) to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Isn't the heat excessive just now? We are half broiled here at present. Domhnaill
1906 - 5th September? Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Thanks for pretty card, I like it very much, the rock makes a lovely picture. Our hot weather has left us again, and it is quite cool now with some rain. My Father is better now, and able to go about but gets very stiff sometimes, Mother is as usual. 'Twasn't easy to work much last weeks, we're not content now the heat has left us - we're hard to please but I do hope we'll have a good day on Sunday.  ? ? ? ?
1906 - 7th September Postmark Larne to Miss Campbell N.S., Garronpoint - The happiest day of my life. Much love & wish you were with me. Mrs. O'Boyle's exceeding Hopes? Love Na?
1906 - 8th September Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Dear. Am in possession of pretty card you sent. Kate & baby intend going as arranged if weather be favourable. The -- of Sun? helped to console me certainly. Yours Lovingly ?



1906 - 18th September Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Dear Sis, Received this for you on Friday. Do you recognise who it is, write and tell her what you think of it, Sandy wants you to look if you have Charles ????, he would like it. Love to all your visitors, will write for Friday. Annie
1906 - 28th September Postmark Clones to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Thanks for P.C. you are all very mindful about G.'Point. I send you this loom to weave a frock for the oldest.



1906 - 4th October Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - thanks for letter. Dear Sis? Got no word from D. but he arrived! now, cannot say how long he will get as he is not the length of the house yet, expect you on Friday. Annie
1907 - 17th October Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - May expect us on Thursday, sorry it is so near. Hope some of you will meet us if possible. Mary C.
1906 - 18th October Postmark Belfast to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Leaving today after a very enjoyable holiday. Shall we see you on Saturday? Mary
1906 - 21st October Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I have got quite settled down to work again. I hope you are in good form. Kindly return the files at your convenience. Domhnaill
1906 - 30th October Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Thanks for lovely card, tis very uncommon looking. I'm glad you like our Square, but who could help doing that & this is a good picture of Portglenone House, and will make a nice match for it. The weather has got very cold all of a sudden, but I suppose we must put up with it. With best wishes from A. C. F.
1906 - Dated Slane November 06, Postmark says 2nd December 1905? Ballymena to Miss Esther Campbell, Garronpoint P.O. by Carnlough - Dear Friend, Hope you will like this, with love from Nellie O'Donnell? sener? write soon
1906 - 10th November Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - ? Favour need, many thanks, will ? requested D. L. Hoping all are well at Garronpoint, yours. ?

1907



1907 - January Postmark Portglenone to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - Many thanks for last P.C. it is a perfect match for the other one. This card shows the landing place & also the steamer (Lough Neagh Queen) two important items in our excursion, just before last. Our visitors are enjoying their holiday to perfection. We will be sorry to lose them so soon. Best wishes A. C. F.?
1907 - 1st January Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - Wishing you a Happy New Year & many of them. P??poiz??
1907 - 8th January Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Having a good time here and beautiful weather. Alice
1907 - 18th January Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Dear Sis? Father will be in B'mena tomorrow with flax, so cannot be at G.P., expect you sure on Sat. evg. With love Annie. Call in Office tomorrow. Please come middle of this day. Annie
1907 - 23rd January Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose the heat isn't tropical at the Tower these times. Domhnaill
1907 - 25th January Postmark Bally? to Miss Campbell, Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Dear Esther, This is the Anniversary of the 'big day' we had in B.Mena. Sorry I seen none of your talk to-day. Weather very bad. K. McL.
1907 - 4th February Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - Rec. Alice's P.C. (photo) It is very good don't you think so. R. McL.
1907 - 4th February Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpt. N.S., Garronpoint - As promised. Weather here very cold. Hope you are quite well. R.? McLaughlin



1907 - 6th February Postmark Belfast to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - How are you getting on these times? Lam? going home on Fri. Don't you think it is time? I have enjoyed myself immensely. May ? to see you at the weekend? All here in splendid form. D. was up last Thursday, we went to the "Palace" together. Mary
1907 - 13th February Postmark Ballymena to Miss Esther Campbell, Garron Point P.O., by Carnlough - I hope you will like this. N. O. D.?
1907 - 18th February Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell N.T., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - "Oh Solitude where are the charms that sages have seen in thy face" Better dwell in the midst of alarms. Than reign (in this horrible place)" Annie
1907 - 8th March Postmark ? to Miss Esther Campbell, Garron Point P.O., By Carnlough - Dear Esther, I got your PC, glad to hear that you are well, we are all well here, with love from N.? O'D.
1907 - 13th March Postmark Portglenone to Miss Esther Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - Many thanks for nice P.C. Hope you'll like this, I think twill match one I sent you before. The weather has been awful of late but surely twill soon improve now. We'll go on hoping any way. With best wishes from A. C. F.?
1907 - 14th March Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpt. N.S., Garronpt. - Dear Sister, Here is a card for St. Patrick's Day. Please come home for Sat. night. R. McLaughlin
1907 - 16th March Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell, Teacher, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim - Patricks Day here & very wet one it is.
1907 - 17th March Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I am having a good time here though the weather is a bit showery. All our friends are in good form. Mary C.



1907 - 28th March Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I am sure you are enjoying yourself this splendid weather. I suppose you will have a week at Easter. Domhnaill
1907 - 15th April Postmark  Ballymena? to Miss Campbell N.T., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I hope you will like this one. from Annie
1907 - 24th April Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell, N.T., Garron Point, Antrim Coast - Dr. Miss C. Will you soon be up. I hope you will like this one. Louis & Annie
1907 - 15th May Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - I think you will like this one. Tell Kate ? ? for boots allright. Also ask Annie to hurry with blouse and frocks. Will James & Maggie be down this Summer & what time? When do your Exams come off and when have you holidays. Yrs. ? McL. or M. L.
1907 - 21st May Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell N.T., Garron Point, Co. Antrim, Ire. - Will ye no come back again. Louis etc.



1907 - 4th July Postmark Portrush to Miss Campbell "Teacher", Garron Point P.O., Co. Antrim - Another for your collection, hoping your quite well, we're having awful weather at Port. Do you know us. J? M. Doesn't B. look well.
1907 - 20th July Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Dear Esther, I suppose you are hard at work again and your arm, I trust is better. I suppose we won't have you for the Toome Feis on Monday & Tuesday. It is earlier this year. When will you take your other week. Kate
1907 - 22nd July Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose you have got back to work again. Domhnaill
1907 - 4th August Postmark ????more to Miss Campbell, Garron Point National School, Co. Antrim - Sorry I hadn't time to go up and see you all, was down at Waterfoot. Johnnie?
1907 - 7th August Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I hope to see you on Sunday provided the weather is fine. Domhnaill
1907 - 10th August Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I had a splendid time at Dublin on the 22nd. The Exhibition is grand, you ought to try and pay a visit to it before the season is over. Domhnaill



1907 - 12th August Postmark Carnlough to Miss Esther Campbell, Garron Point P.O. from Slane H. - I hope you will like this. ? O. D.
1907 - 15th August Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I got home quite safe on Sunday night, but I got a bad wetting. Domhnaill
1907 - 2nd September Postmark Carnlough to Miss Esther Campbell, Garron Point - Dear Esther, thank you very much for your last lovely P.C. I hope you will like this one, with love from N.O.D.
1907 - 5th September Postmark Ballycastle to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim - Dear Esther, Annie & I are enjoying ourselves here until Monday, any chance of seeing you? Weather isn't at its best for cycling. Yrs. K. McL. or M. L.
1907 - 7th September Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Garron Point - Mt Dear Sis. Had a letter from Pat, not quite sure whether he can come or not, if ? he means to travel by Ballycastle, as A. N. L. ? get S. D. N.'s situation down there, so he shall not see us until six or seven. I shall go in any case. N.C.
1907 - 17th September Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - How are you enjoying yourself these times? I hope to pay you a visit in a week or two. Domhnaill
1907 - 25th September Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I may get away earlier than I anticipated. write immediately. Particulars not very material. Domhnaill

1907 - 3rd October Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Garron Point - D. arrived last night, expect to call to see you to-morrow & shall ride in with you in the evening. N. C.



1907 - 9th October Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Arrived here last night, and have got settled down to work again. Will write in a short time. Domhnaill
1907 - 4th November Postmark Ballymena to Miss Campbell N.T., Garron Point, Antrim Coast - Hoping you are very well. From Annie
1907 - 21st November Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I hope you are in good form, I purposed writing several times, but always put it off. I will really do it some of these days. Domhnaill
1907 - 2nd December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Esther Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Many thanks for P.C. and kind wishes. We will be glad to see you both when you come to P.Glenone, Mother keeps fairly well, thank God, & ? always kept busy ? the better for us both. ? ? wishes for a happy Xmas. A.C.F.

1907 - 3rd December Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point P.S., Garron Point - Dear Sis, Got a letter today from Dan, from M., she is in splendid form, hope to see you on Thursday evg. Love from Annie
1907 - 19th December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - So you are going to get your holiday after all. Better late than never, we are looking for word to seeing you soon again, in the meantime best wishes for a happy Xmas. from K. McL.
1907 - 25th December Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - N. Campbell
1907 - 31st December Postmark Garronpoint to Miss Campbell, c/o Mrs. P. McLaughlin, Bridge House, Portglenone - Hope you are having a good time & that the weather will keep fine. We are very, very lonely without you, wish you were back safely as we never could afford to loose you. The Draughts are getting a rest and so am I. I had a very quiet Xmas. Bob went to Belfast on Tuesday & returned on Friday ? here yet, doesn't know when I will get, I don't think, I may wait for the good weather as I'm not so lucky as you are. Everybody misses you not naming Glenariff. Kindest regards to Annie, she can stop there but be sure & come yourself. Yours M.B. (don't laugh at his card)

1907 no date



1907
- Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Had a lovely row yest. not in the least afraid, time flying. Hoping to have a pleasanter day in B'mena this Sat. N. C.
 

1908



1908 - 15th ? Postmark ? to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - Love and best wishes from Mother & Self. A. C. F.?
1908 - 4th March Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Garron Point - Dear Sis, Got letter & cards, return sincere thanks. Sun. was a dreadful day here, some of us were out, one could hardly keep their feet along the shore. All here keeping well, no word from Etta since, has a letter from D. in good form. Hope to see you on Thur. evg., trust weather will improve. Love from Annie
1908 - 16th March Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Dear Sis, You would have a lovely ride yest., we had a grand walk down in the evening. Love from Annie
1908 - 16th April Postmark Portglenone to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - To wish you a Happy Easter, with love from A. C. F.
1908 - 25th May Postmark Belfast to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint, N.I. - Hope you are doing well since I left, suppose I am never missed. The weather is lovely here, sorry I have to go back again. I expect to be home soon. Kindest regards from all to all. Yours M. B.
1908 - 14th July Postmark Portglenone to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Many thanks for last P.C. I had not got any of that particular Series and it is very pretty. Surely the good weather will soon come now there's need for it. With love from A. C. F.
1908 - 13th August Postmark Ballycastle to Miss Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - Isn't splendid weather for holidays nice & wet too. Tom



1908 - 11th September Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Friday, I expect to be home tomorrow night all being well. Domhnaill
1908 - 13th September Postmark Ballymena to Miss Esther Campbell, Garron Point P.O., By Carnlough from Slane - Dear Esther, I hope you will like this, it was telling you had your holidays before the weather got so bad, with best wishes from N. O. ?
1908 - 15th October Postmark Ballycastle to Miss Campbell, Glenariff, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Dear Esther, EH? was telling me of your good fortune. I was very glad to hear of it. I have been in B'Castle this past week trying to get rid of some neuralgia. I haven't succeeded very well but enjoyed my visit pretty well. There was a retreat? given by Redemptorist Fathers. Hope I have got your right address. K. M. ?
1908 - 3rd November Postmark Pawtucket to Miss Esther Campbell, Glenariff P.O., County Antrim, Ireland - My Dear Miss Campbell, Try to overlook my long silence. Lack of leisure, not lack of thought or desire is responsible for the delay. Will write very soon now. Kindest wishes from Ethel G. Conlon
1908 - 23rd December Postmark Garronpoint to Miss Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Co. Antrim - Kindest regards "from an admirer"
1908 - 23rd December Postmark Garronpoint to Miss Campbell, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Hope to see you pursing? Kindest regards from Mat & Me
1908 - 23rd December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Esther Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - Best wishes from A, C. L.
1908 - 25th December Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - wishing you a very happy Xmas. ? O'D.



1909 - 21st September Postmark Providence to Miss Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Waterford, Co. Antrim, Ireland - My dear Miss Campbell, Don't think my silence means forgetfulness, because indeed I think of you very often and think frequently of you to Mrs. Cameron. I seem to keep so very busy, however that my correspondence has been awfully neglected. Soon now I like to milt? you. Kind wishes from ? G. C.
1909 - 21st September Postmark Providence to Miss Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Waterford, Co. Antrim, Ireland - I have missed your pretty pistols so much and hope you will send me an occasional new, to let me know you forgive my long delay. I am sorry I didn't meet your brother when he was here, so that I might have given him a formal message for you, but I happened to be away during his call on your ? Ethel Conlon



1910 - 1st January Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Co. Antrim - Not much change in the weather since the holidays. Hope you got home all right. Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year. I am, Alice
1910 - 16th March Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Glenariff, Waterfoot - Dear Sister, ? ? ?. I am pleased to know you are quite well. I will write to you on Tuesday. Till then Goodbye. R. McLaughlin
1910 - 23rd March Postmark Carnlough? to Miss Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Co. Antrim - Did you send off my letter? We expect you tomorrow, be sure you call to see Mrs. C. in Carnlough, she is not very well, they are going to the new house after Easter. All well here & very busy, Isn't this a beautiful day eh? Annie
1910 - 28th September Postmark Ballymena to Miss G. Campbell, 27 Haywood Avenue, Ormeau Road, Belfast - Arrived here 9 a.m., ? ? awful day, had puncture fixed half six, write soon. Arthur
1910 - 4th November Postmark Belfast to Miss Campbell N.T., Glenariff National School, Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Dear ? Thanks, will be done as requested, Best wishes, J.K.??  St. Peters? Belfast?
1911 - 19th January Postmark Portglenone to Miss Esther Campbell, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim - Thanks for lovely card and Kind greetings, Mother is well, and joins with me in sending our best wishes for a happy and prosperous year. A. C. F.?
1911 - 30th March Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Glenariffe N.S., Glenariffe, Co. Antrim - Many thanks for lovely PCs, they are beautiful and so well matched. This is one of our latest, and I hope you will like it. Both well and getting along in our usual quiet fashion. Hope yr people are all well. Best wishes to all. A. C. F.
1911 - 6th April Postmark Providence to Miss Esther L. Campbell, Glenariff N.S., try Knockstacken, Carnlough, County Antrim - I ? to write you very soon in answer to your pleasant holiday letter. Meantime, please accept my hearty thanks for the pretty cards, and sincerest good wishes for Easter. E. G. C.



1911 - 14th April Postmark Portglenone to Miss E. Campbell, Glenariffe N.S., Glenariffe, Co. Antrim - To wish you a happy Easter, and many happy returns from your friend. A. C. F.
191? - 12th April Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Glenariffe N.S., Co. Antrim - Had a note from D, he was not able to get to the City yet owing to a bad cold. He wished me to let you know & says he will write to you at end of week sure. Likely you will be home on Fri, or Sat, love from all, Annie

Campbell no date or info.



no year - 12 December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Thanks for last pretty card, it is just in my line. I wish you had been here on Sunday evg., you would have enjoyed the views, they were very good, and the church was packed full. We got a fine evg. for it too; tho' the weather has been a bit rough lately. Hope you have not caught cold yet. I could spare you mine, I've had it since Halloween week. I'm not so bad as I was some time ago. The rest are fairly well for so far. Best wishes from yrs. sincerely. A. C. F.
no year - 24th December Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - To wish you every happiness this Christmas. From M. McL.
no address or year - This is Fr. Burns, & some of the teachers, you will recognise Miss Kennedy, Miss O'Neill has the white blouse on, it isn't very good of our Church. Annie
no address or date - Dear Sister, This is the butter, 3lbs. & it is per lb. We were on the lookout for Art. but I suppose the weather was too wild. Kate came home on Wed., Etta & baby are as well as could be expected, the works are to start soon now. Father had a touch of cold this week, also Maggie O'Rawe but are improving now, Uncle James is a bit better these days. Annie
no year - 27th ? Postmark Portglenone to Miss Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point - Greetings, Expecting to see you in the near future. P??????
no date - Postmark Milford to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Dear E. I hear you have returned to the old spot by the sea. Hope you enjoyed your holidays. We leave for the city on Monday next, all well. M. O'D.
no year - 15th October Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - I suppose you are quite an expert at the Cycle now. Domhnaill
no year - 26th September Postmark Dublin to Miss Campbell, Garron Point P.S., Garronpoint, Co. Antrim - Lumbay, Irelands Eye?, East of Dublin, ??



no year - 13th March Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Irish Domhnaill
no year - 20th October Postmark Belfast - Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Co. Antrim - Permission to wear the gold badges has arrived. All very well here. Old regards. J. O'D.
no year - 7th April Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - no chance of you visiting Belfast this Easter I suppose? Domhnaill
no year - 21st March Postmark Carnlough to Miss Campbell, Garron Point, Carnlough - Friday, Uncle A very poorly. No word from E. yet expect word today. Hope to see you tomorrow. Annie
no date no postmark - to Miss D.? Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough - will go if possible, weather and Bicycle permitting. Got your letter, times dull, anything fresh, nothing here except fish. Art.
no year - 27th September Postmark Portstewart to Miss Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - Sent as a token of affection to add to your collection. frae Barney
no date no postmark - To Miss Campbell, The Black Cottages, Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Dear E. The weather isn't great shakes yet. I hope we will have a better sample when you come over in August. They are pretty busy now down at the Bridge, I believe there is a Miss O'Neill from this place going to get the assistantship in Carnlough. She will be going in July from the College. ? McL.
no year - 7th April Postmark Providence? to Miss Esther Campbell, Glenariff N.S., Waterfoot, Ireland, Co. Antrim - My Dear Miss Campbell, I think of you very often and regret very much that constant ????? of work here in the office prevents me from writing you, and miss your delightful replies. Hope soon to send you a long letter. Kindest remembrances ???? your Aunt & Mrs. Carnew? Ethel



no date - Postmark Milford, Co. Donegal to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - Dear E. Hope you are enjoying holidays. All well here. Having a very nice time. Expect to stop another month. M. O'D.
no date - no postmark to Miss E. Campbell, Garronpoint N.S., Garronpoint - Many thanks for nice P.C. & also for the little photo which I think very true and natural looking. I am very glad to have them, I'm sending this along with A's for fear of them being spoiled in the post & knowing ? she'll come home on Friday. I see the weathers very wild but I suppose we must put up with it.
no year - 24th September Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Campbell, Garron Point N.S., Garron Point, Co. Antrim - Hope you enjoyed your holidays. Domhnaill
no date - no postmark no address - Dear Arthur, How are you getting on these times? I am sure you would require me to help you on your rounds these days. I say, you should have Xmas on Sun. then you could have dinner in style & have time to enjoy it. Are you going to decorate the Church this year? Wishing you a very happy Xmas & prosperous New Year, from A. Campbell
no date - Postmark Glenariffe to Miss E. Campbell, Knockstacken, Carnlough, P.O. - Hoping this will find a place in your Album "Gloria"

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HARVEY

1908 - 09



1908
- 13th August Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Patrick Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - I just re? ? ? ? will write soon. Jamie? wanted to send you this, he says the ? like Ireland ? Good bye, will write soon. Mary
1908 - 13th August Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mrs. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, CO. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Joanna, got your letter, now I'm sending you some postals to let you know I did not forget you all yet, Mame got me a Crickle? but I would rather have an ? go at wagon, I am having a fine time on the bicycle from Jamsie & Margret xxxxxx
no date - no postmark no address - Dear A. Just a P.C. from an old friend. How are you getting along now, it must be pretty quiet around there now. I suppose you will be surprised to hear from me. I had a letter from Neal Connolly, he told me to remember him to you. Regards from R. McDade
no date no postmark - to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Ireland from Dr. J. Hayward, 3rd West Lancs, 13 Battery, Trawsfynydd, North Wales - Dear Arthur, Just a line to let you know we are camping here. J. H.
from Joe to Uncle Arthur
no date - no postmark to Mrs. A. Harvey, Glenariffe N.S., Glenariffe, Co. Antrim - Dear Sis, Many thanks for kind remembrance at Xmas. Glad to hear you are all well. We enjoy the same blessing here, Will write soon S. love M. O'Donnell
no date - Postmark Rostrevor to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, CO. Antrim from Killowen - Dear Mrs. Harvey, Just a P.C. to wish you a happy and enjoyable Easter. Am enjoying myself here very well. Weather is fine now. Hope all are well and may keep so till I see you again. Yours etc. M. Murney



1909 - 10th February Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Received your postals all right, was very nice but we would like some of Glenariff & Waterfoot views. James was delighted with them, he thinks the ? ? is fine. ? ? ?
1909 - 16th February Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - This is our church in Greenpoint, Jamsie goes to the Christian Brothers School attached to this school, it is a fine building, there is Sisters & Brothers Schools adjoining the church. Hope to hear from you soon. Jamsie
1909 - 16th February Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mrs. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - My Dear Mother was very glad to see by Arthurs letter that you were getting along well, if it should be slowly, do not be fretting, you will be all right soon. I am fine and the children and Jamie is well, we're all glad to hear you are getting better, with best love from all your daughters Marg or Mary
1909 - 12th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mrs. Harvey, Waterfoot Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - How would you like to be on these hills Grammi? it is fine here, I hope you will soon be better, Margret
1909 - 12th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Got you very nice postals? this afternoon & Shamrocks, I would have lent you some St. Patrick's Day cards but I thought these views were prettiest, you see we have some fine scenery here as well as in Ireland. Mary?
1909 - 12th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Have you any fine ships like this is Ireland. Jamsie
1909 - 12th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mrs. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Just received the Postals this afternoon, they are very nice, was very sorry to see that you were getting better so slowly but bear up bravely, you will be all right when the good weather will come. I intended to write this afternoon but there is a mission going on in our church and I had to go, will get some candles burned on the Altar for you, from your loving daughter Mary
1909 - 19th March Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Got your cards, was very nice, I hope Granny is getting better by this time. I am hoping to be with you all by dinner/summer, I was looking forward to having a good time. Jamsie



1909 - 19th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mrs. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Granny, I hope you are feeling better, I am sorry we are not over there with you now but pleased we will ? go over to see you, with best love from us all. Margret ?????
1909 - 19th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. P. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - I am afraid the last Postals Jamsie did not put enough stamps on them. Mary
1909 - 4th June Postmark Belfast to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Dear Arthur, I got a hurl from Kilkenny but as it more like a hockey stick and very bad stuff, I did not like to send it up to you, if I do not get one in a couple of weeks you will have get one made in C'dall. I will send you a Postal order. Hoping you are well, Johnny
1909 - 1st July Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Mr. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe P.O., Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A., Spending the day here, had a glorious sail. Mother & I. hope Aunt & Uncle are well, love from Maggie
1909 - Postmark Liverpool to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - The complements of the season to Uncle & Aunt and yourself, from your Cousin M. H.



1909 - 30th August Postmark Hoylake, Birkenhead to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland from The Hut, Meols Drive, Hoylake - Dear A., I am here for a week or more longer. I am here already a week, had your letter forwarded on. I will write you a letter when I get home, haven't much time now. I am doing the cooking, hope Uncle & Aunt are well. Mother is alright from what I hear, in haste, M. H.
1909 - 10th September Postmark Hoylake, Birkenhead to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe P.O., Co. Antrim, Ireland from The Hut, Meols Drive, Hoylake - Dear Cousin, I am going home from here tomorrow Sat., hope Uncle & Aunt are well, are they all well. Up the Glen at Cassies house, not heard from ??? for a long time, kind regards from M. H.
1909 - 4th November Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A., I suppose you thought I had forgotten you but no fear of that, hoping you are quite well. I am working at night now. R. McD.
1909 - 21st December Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. - Mr. Arthur Harvey, Glenariff P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Wishing you s Happy New Year R. McD.
1909 - 23rd December Postmark Parkmo(re or rk) to Mr. A. Harvey, Post Office, Glenariffe - Many thanks for P.C. & good wishes. My wish is expressed in the word on the other side. A Merry Xmas & a Happy New Year to you from Manade? 27th is all right, what we were talking about

1910



1910 - 11th February Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, How about living in this big Hotel. I wish I was, it is the nicest hotel in New York. James Delargy
1910 - 11th February Postmark ? to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, few lines to let you know I am well, hoping find you in the same, hoping you will have a good time at that Mal??? T.? M.
1910 - 11th February Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, I am going to take one of papas knifes and I see he got to and I got promoted. James Delargy, any buildings around waterfoot like this
1910 - 11th February Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, How would you like to be on top of this big building, the is the big flat iron building
1910 - 4th March Postmark Grand Central St., N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe P.O., Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, Just a card to remind you of old times, how is W.foot, any ham bones or jumps since, how is big? Ann, give Pat & Mary my regards, with best wishes from L. C. P.S. all your friends here all well.
1910 - 5th December Postmark Montreal to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - I suppose you will think it near time for me to send you a P.C. How is all the W'foot foke, had you's any snow yet, we have a heavy fill here now. I will send you another P.C. later on. Goodbye N. C.
1910 - 6th December Postmark Schenectady, N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., County Antrim, Ireland from 1412 Union Street, Schenectady, N.Y. - Dear Arthur, How are you & all? I intended sending you a Card long ago, what sort of times are there now. Any Decorations this Christmas, do you sing in the Choir now. I wish you could hear the Choirs here. Be sure & send me a card. with Much Love, your friend K.

1911



1911 - 23rd February Postmark Larne to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Dear A., Just a few lines to let you know that we got a brave day, no more from your old friend, M. Graham
1911 - 10th March Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Patrick Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Margaret
1911 - 10th March Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mr. Art Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Mary
1911 - 17th March Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mrs. Patrick Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Jamsie, better late than never
1911 - 23rd April Postmark Montreal to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Well Arthur, How are you getting on, have you got anything like this to hold, it won't be long till McMullan will if he doesn't stop going with the ladies here, every night on the go, a great big fat one. Twig
1911 - 5th May Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mrs. Patrick Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Margaret
1911 - 5th May Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mr. Art Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, I suppose you all are very lovely since I left you, how is Granma and Granpa, I hope they are well. Margaret
1911 - 23rd April Postmark Montreal to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - I hope you don't get cleaved with mun? boot. haddy Pa A Courier



1911 - 5th May Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Margaret Delargy
1911 - 5th May Postmark Brooklyn N.Y. to Mr. Patrick Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Mart?
1911 - 22nd May Postmark Shrewsbury to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Cousin, I am here for the day, my H. has just left for Ross, 60 miles from here. I will write in a few days, hope Uncle & Aunt are ? & yourself and your wife. best love from Maggie excuse scribble
1911 - 11th July Postmarks Bantry & Brooklyn to Mr. Art Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Jamsie
1911 - 24th July Postmark Providence to Mrs. Esther Harvey, Glenariff N.S., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim, Ireland - I received your very welcome and pleasant letter and was glad indeed to learn that you liked my little remembrance. Am going to write you from and when I get to the beach next month, will send you a proper photo. Kindest wishes to yourself and Mr. Harvey. A long and happy life to you both. Ethel or Phil?



1911 - 2nd August Postmark Portglenone to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - A gentleman has arrived here, who is quite a stranger, Mr. George McLaughlin. Do you know him? Sat. morning he arrived. all well. Pat.
1911 - 14th October Postmark Garston to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Arthur, Just a line to let you know that we received the rabbits alright, for which my mother was very pleased with, mother said that she would have wrote only she has not been so well this week, very pleased to hear that you liked the photo which I thought wasn't very good, hope you both are quite well, Jack
1911 - 15th December Postmark Brooklyn, N.Y. to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from Mary
1911 - 15th December Postmark Carnlough to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Alice sending a small parcel tomorrow (Sat.) per. Mr. James McAllister, so you can be on the lookout for him. All well here. Had a note from D., he is getting on alright, love, Annie This is from Hugh O'Kane
1911 - Happy Christmas from Rev. A. J. Kennedy, C.C., St. Peter's, Belfast

1912



1912 - 1st March Postmark Carnlough to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Dear Sis, Your welcome letter last week. All here are well. If next Sun. is a fine day, perhaps you could come up a run. The men are very busy these times. Had a letter from Etta & a big bundle of small trees from Pat. We got them all planted yest. Any word of that Concert. Had a good letter from S. McNeill last Sat. I was down with Mrs. Logan lately & she was delighted & hopes I will get a few more like it. Love from all. Annie Art. in good form I hope, A.C.

1912 - 15th March Postmark Cushendall? to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe - Do you know McGlade is here, he did all the schools this side today. yrs. sincerely P. Lambe?
1912 - 6th April Postmark Garston? Liverpool to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, County Antrim, Ireland - With best love and wishes from Joe & Francis
1912 - 6th April Postmark Garston, Liverpool to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glengariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - With best love and wishes from Joe to Stunty? Esther
1912 - 9th April Postmark Dublin to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from Barry's Private Hotel, Great Denmark Street, Dublin - Arrived here today. Everything went off this morning as arranged. Will write soon. Dan
1912 - 12th April Postmark Dublin from Barry's Private Hotel, Great Denmark Street, Dublin - Spent yesterday at this place, a lovely spot, 9 miles out by tram, magnificent run. All well. Think we will stay until Monday. Leave extended. Dan

1912 - 15th April Postmark Dublin to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from Barry's Private Hotel, Denmark Street, Dublin - Dear E. Had a very pleasant time here during the past week. Lovely weather now. Going home tomorrow. A. Campbell



1912 - (The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History. The White Star Liner "Titanic" sunk on her maiden voyage off Cape Race, 15th April, 1912) June Postmark Belfast to Mrs. A. Harvey, Glenariff N.S., Glenariff - All well here. How are you getting along. M.? O.D.



1912 - 28th August Postmark Garston to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A., Just a P.C. to let you know we arrived safe, we had a lovely night crossing, J. was waiting for us, found all well, love to all, Annie will write
1912 - 5th October Postmark Bangor (Marine Gardens) to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from 37 Dufferin Avenue - Arrived home safe on Tuesday night, after having a most enjoyable Holiday, nice weather here now. Annie
1912 - 30th December Postmark Portglenone to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Dear Sis, I suppose you have nothing to do these days? How did you get Xmas over, it was very quiet here. Will you not give us a call on Sun, you could stop until Mon. Love from Annie
1912 - 31st December Postmark Portglenone to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Glenariff, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - To wish you a happy and prosperous New Year, from A. C. F.?

1913



1913 - 5th September Postmark Carnlough to Mrs. A. Harvey, Glenariff P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from Knockstacken - Dear E., Arrived here yesterday for a few days, had to leave Dan at home, he couldn't manage to get away. I am going down to you on Monday for a day or two. Hope you are well. Annie.
1913 - 9th September Postmark Montreal to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Well Arthur how are you getting along, I suppose Waterfoot is still in then same place. How is the Wife doing, remember me to her, I think she will remember me. The boys & girls are all well here, will send you another card later, your old friend. N. Connolly Twig
1913 - 22nd September Postmark Roma, Ferrovia to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Irelanda - Got here after Lourdes, ? ? & Naples, very warm place, lovely. Best wishes to self & all. Art.
1913 - 3rd October Postmark Garston to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A. Just a P.C. to let you know I received your present and to thank you very much. Jack is quiet delighted with it, hope you and Esther are quiet well, children are very near all right only Tom is still away. love to all Annie
1913 - 22nd December Postal order to Walk-Over Shoe Co., 2 Donegal Place, Belfast
1913 - 30th December Postmark Glenariffe to Mr. A. Harvey, c/o Sergt. O'Donnell, 27 Haywood Avenue, Ballynafeigh, Belfast - Getting on alright. M. & H. enjoying themselves. Hope you are too. So glad you are getting such nice weather. Love to all. E. H.

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1914 - 19th June Postmark Carnlough to Mrs. Art Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Butter going on Sat. with James. All well here, will write a long letter on Sun., been busy, Winsey? is the proper thing 1 yds. Annie
1914 - 14th July Postmark Bangor to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from 37 Dufferin Avenue, Bangor - Dear E. Many thanks for the parcel. Am very busy, will write later, hope all are well. Annie
1914 - 28th August Postmark Killowen to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim from Killowen, Newry - Dear Mrs. Harvey, Hope you are well. Reached home safely that day. The holidays are flying past pretty fast. This war is "Serious" Hoping you and baby are well. Yours etc., M. Murnly or Murney
1914 - 28th August Postmark Killowen, Newry to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Dear Arthur, You must excuse me for not writing sooner. Am beginning to enjoy myself. I suppose you will soon be taking your holidays also. I hope all are well up there. You know. Bye-bye for present. M. Murney?



1914 - (Ballyholme Bay, Bangor) 15th September Postmark Bangor to Mrs. A. Harvey, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland
1914 - (Stop Cadging) Postmark Rostrevor to Arthur Harvey, Esq., Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim from Killowen? - Dear Arthur, I have the egg almost "hatched" by now. I think it will be a good bird. It sings nicely. Hope you will have a jolly and pleasant Easter and also a good jolly night at Social. M. ???????



1914 - 22nd December Postmark Bangor to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from Dufferin Avenue, Bangor - Best wishes for a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. Dan & Annie
1914 - no month Postmark Glasgow to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Glenariff P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Arrived in Glasgow & sailing at 2 p.m. P. Harvey for Edmond
no year - no month Postmark Funchal, Madeira to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - This is a view of Madera, it is a lovely place. I like my job alright, we have good times in Madera. From J. B.

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no year - 5th August Postmark Belfast (Crawfordsburn Village) to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - The expected one arrived safely 1st inst. Another bouncing girl, all very well. Similar news from P. Glenone. Kate at 27 H. W. Av. Letter from Annie last night. Kind regards from all here. J. O'D.
1905 or 15 - 22nd March Postmark Portglenone to Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Glenariff, Waterfoot - Best Easter Wishes from A. C. ?


1915 - 29th July Postmark Carnlough to Mrs. Art. Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Dear Auntie, We are on the lookout for a letter from you saying what day you are coming up. Aunt Maggie went home on Tues. All very busy. From Maggie
1915 - 10th September Postmark Chelsea to Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim from 126 Fulham Road, London - Got here yesterday, Saw Stephen, he looks fairly well, he saw the Zeppelins over London on Wednesday night. May be home with us. Nothing definite yet. Weather very warm. Dan

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1940s

1940 - Arthur Harvey, In Remembrance of Mission, May 1940
1941 - 16th March Postmark Glenariffe to Miss Mary Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Mary, I hope you will be at the Concert. I (think) hope to meet you at the fair on St. Patrick Day, hoping you will be well. Nancy
Christmas to Arthur & Esther from Dan & Annie
1944 - 23rd November Postmark Belfast to Mrs. A. Harvey, Glenariffe P.O., Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Dear Mrs. Harvey, I am still enjoying life. Give Mr. Harvey & all the family my best respects, hoping to see you all very soon again. T. Thornton



1947 - 27th August Postmark Warrington, Lancs. to Mr. & Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - Dear Mum & Dad, I hope you are all keeping well as this leaves me fine. We are loading here for Aberdeen and we will be there for the weekend. I will write you from there. We have got no mail this week but we hope to get some when we arrive in Aberdeen. So Cheerio for now. Love Hal xx
1947 - 14th September Postmark Glasgow to Mr. & Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - Dear Mum and Dad, We sailed from Derry that evening and are getting the weekend here. We are loading for Belfast and we should be there about Tuesday, I don't know if I will get home or not but I will ring you down if I don't. It rained very heavy here last night but it is a nice day today, Love Hal
1947 - 23rd September Postmark Bellshill, Lanarkshire to Mr. A. Harvey (Jun.), Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - from Margaret & Annie
1947 - 23rd September Postmark Bellshill, Lanarkshire to Mr. & Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - from Margaret & Annie
1947 - 7th October Postmark Baile Atha Cliath to Mr. & Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - Weather lovely at present having a good time, be going to see McAuleys today. A. H.
1947 - 27th October Postmark Dun Dealgan to Mr. A. Harvey, Jnr.? Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - Dear Arthur, I received your card yesterday. We are getting the weekend here, it is a very nice place but it is very cold today. How is Moira keeping, I hope fine, suppose you are keeping fine yourself, Cheerio for now, Hal

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no year - 12th May Postmark Flushing N.Y. to Mr. Arthur Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariff P.O., Co. Antrim, Ireland - Well Dear I wish you all kinds of Happiness and good luck prosperity from an old Friend. Mary A. McKendry
no year - (Portglenone) 20th July Postmark Portglenone to Mrs. A. Harvey, Glenariffe, Waterfoot, Co. Antrim - Dear Mrs. Harvey, It is so long since I got your cards that I am almost ashamed to send you any. I hope you will like this one, you won't have any trouble recognising the locality. I have been waiting a long time for these & will send you some others later on. Hope you are very well, Mother & I. were both poorly, but have "come round" again (D.G.) with kindest regards, yrs. as ever A. C. F.
no date - no postmark to Mr. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, nr. Cushendall, Co. Antrim, Ireland from 850 Eighth Street, Trafford Park, Manchester - Dear A. I hope Aunt & Uncle are doing well & keeping in good health, also your self, you can see that I am not at home, I am working up here regular nights 2.0.0 a week, write & let me know how you are all keeping, from your Cousin Henry Harvey
no year - 20th June Postmark ? N.Y. to Mr. & Mrs. A. Harvey, Waterfoot, Glenariffe, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Best Wishes from Jamie? A. Mullin or McMullin?

no year - (Castle Place, Belfast) 9th April Postmark Belfast to A. Harvey, Esq., Waterfoot, Glenariff, Co. Antrim - Dear Arthur, Do you see ????? at corner. Tried it & can't get a mouthpiece to suit. Turned out a fine day after all. Hope you didn't get wet going round "Glen" Hope you will keep A.1 till I see you again. Yours Etc. M. Turner? Irvines?



to Miss A. McLaughlin, Victoria Hotel, Portglenone
Larne Rowing Club 23 to 28 April G. Holme, J. Clarke - J. Childs, E. Crickmere