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Postcard Album
Kane - Moore
this album was purchased separately at auction but is connected to the Harron/Moore album
postcards listed chronologically by year
Postcards addressed to:- Kane, Moore, Magee, Wilson, Stinson, Wilson, Harold, Traill

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23rd December 1908 Postmark Bruckle(?), Co. Donegal to Mrs. R. Stinson, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra P.O., Co. Donegal - With best wishes for a happy xmas. L. Crawford
2) 21st December 1909 Postmark Ballintra to Mr. Thos. Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra - Best Wishes for a Merry Xmas from Honey not J. A. M.
3) 24th December 1909 Postmark Ballintra to Mr. T. Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra P.O. - With best wishes for a Happy Xmas & New Year. E.
4) 15th August 1910 Postmark Clandeboye Camp to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. to console you, although you don't need it so long as you have bones. Hope the hot weather is not to severe on him. I hope you are stopped crying, it is a bad habit. Yours truly

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8th December 1911 Postmark Davison, Sask to Miss A. Kane, Carkirk, Bushmill, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, Just a card to let you know I am well, hopes you are not married yet, from Bill, write soon xx
2) September 1911 to Mr. T. J. Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra P.O. - Remembrance is the only card which binds true hearts. Saw you coming down to day. E. J.
3) 29th May 1911 Postmark Ballintra to Mr. Tom Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra Post Office - When the golden sun is setting, And your mind of trouble free, And of others you are thinking, Will you sometimes think of me.
4) 5th March 1912 Postmark Davidson, Sask to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - from one you know, with love, W. write soon xxx
5) 9th November 1912 Postmark Davison, Sask(?) to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, Just a card to let you know I am well, hopes this C will find you the same, glad you looked so nice at the ball. I only wish that I had been their, this is all with best love from Willie write soon, only a few
6) 29th September 1912 Postmark Victoria B.C. to Mrs. Edith Harold, Paris, Ont., Canada - Am here meeting the Duke. Trust the young lady is nice. Joe
7) 10th February 1912 Postmark Malden, Mass. to Mr. Joseph Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra, Co. Armagh, Ireland - This is ..........? love Sarah

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22nd January 1913 to Miss Annie Kane, Provost House, Trinity College, Dublin - Dear Annie, We missed you on Saturday night. I hope you are getting on well. Write soon. Mary Bushmills
2) May 1913 Postmark ? to Miss Annie Kane, Provost's House, Trinity College, Dublin - Dear Annie, I write in answer to your very welcome P.C. received yesterday. I was glad to hear from you once again. Tho many miles between us & distance be our lot, the plant what grows between us is the sweet forget-me-not. Hoping to hear from you soon again. Your loving friend Annie
3) 2nd June 1943 Postmark South Kensington S.O. to Mrs. Traill, Provost House, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland - I leave for home tomorrow night. Hurrah, Ab????
4) 16th July 1915 Postmark Bordo?, Hants to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - 17th July Dear Annie, received your letter all wright and also the one you sent to Canada after I was gone away from their. We  Annie I don't know if I will get home or not yet, I hope I will, anyway I will write you soon. Good bye Bill xxx
5) 10th April 1915 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear Annie, How are you getting along these times. Hope you are all well down at your place, please remember me to all the rest. With best love from one ye Kin. Hoping to hear from you soon.
6) 2nd September 1915 Postmark Cardr(?) Dumbarton to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A. Just a line to say we got home safe & all well. Mrs. Wilson went away in good spirits, Mrs. Denny went to the boat & saw her all right. S. hope will get safe ? when she went away for Dumbartonshire, ? was good company to us, will let you know if we hear when she is landed, love to Tillie & Mr. Dorney, E. Dunlop. Lyleston(?) Cardross
7) 14th February 1915 Postmark Malden, Mass. to Mrs. James Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra, Co. Donegal, Ireland - To Dear M???????? from your loving daughter Sarah
8) 21st March 1915 Postmark Malden, Mass. to Mrs. James Moore, Ballymagroarty, Ballintra, Co. Donegal, Ireland - May every happiness be yours this Easter ? from your Loving Daughter Sarah

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'My Wife - My Mother-in-Law'  25th August 1916 Postmark ? Camp to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear Annie, Many thanks for P.C. Only you should always put the saddle on the right horse especially this hot weather. I hope you are not doing too much this weather seeing there is so great a war on. Excuse this scribble, Blame the pen, Think of the writer not & then. Hoping to hear from you soon.
2) 16th June 1916 Postmark Montreal P.O. to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, Just a card to let you know I am on my way to England. I will be their as soon as you get this. from Bell, love to all, June 16th
3) 16th December 1916 Postmark Dumbarton to Miss A, Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Croslet Stables, Dumbarton - Dear Annie, Just a line to say I got your letter, you talk about the weather, well, I "don't ken" but it seems to be always raining here, about one fine day in every week. I hope Cassey(?) & Purcell has got up from the fire by now, I think you's right in looking out for a place as Mrs. Traill(?) is not going to Ballylough till Summer & then only for a short time. I hope poor Jilly has got over her cold. I am only 20 minutes walk from the Town. I go to the pictures nearly every other night. Wishing you all a happy xmas, yours ? W. D.
4) 3rd December 1917 Postmark Portrush to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear Annie, Just a card to let you know I got landed safe & I am enjoying myself. I think I will stay here all the time. Well Annie dear I hope you have got alright again as His(?) says he is for going over to see you some of these nights. So goodbye from your Cousin Rose xx

1918

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23rd October 1918 Postmark Coleraine PRS to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills - Dear A. Hoe are times with you's. I suppose you's are enjoying yourselves first rate. I wish I had you up here awhile. But, you see there are changes everywhere. How is M. Love R. Hows your dauter(?)
2) 30th August 1918 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear Annie, Just a card for old times sake, hope it finds you well. How is your Mama, I hope keeping well thank goodness. We are getting riddance soon, you know who, I mean C. got home alright. M. L.
3) 25th December 1918 Postmark Armoy(?) to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Having a good time here, going to wedding on Friday night. Hopes you are well, wishing you a Merry Xmas. Sara S. Carson
4) 9th December 1918 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a card, hopes it will find you alright again, well, Annie I am going to the wedding. We ?? so I'll not can go over until Thurs. Hopes you's are all well, hoping you have had word from ???? yours M. L.
5) 18th May 1918 Postmark Coleraine to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough, Bushmills - I see you haven't got room for any more lodgers, but I will just waite for another month. Hoping you are well & enjoying yourself this weather. I only wish you would keep your feet covered, good bye from an old hegg? begg?
6) Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, I trust you don't find the war making such changes as this in your life. Its a long time now since I heard from you. If you are living, please write. If dead, don't trouble. I hope this finds you well as it leaves me A.1 Your Freind
7) 20th September 1918 Postmark Portrush to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a line to let you know I am a broken doll owing to the Belfast towpenny swank, very glad allso sorry about you being mended, hoping I get a good nights sodding yet before xmas(?) If you c anybody tell them his was not asking for them excuse this card & writin as ? hand is failing. hoping this finds you well, yours very truly J. ? B.
8) 5th November 1918 Postmark Antrim to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - I hope you are coming along O.K. ? ?
9) 15th April 1918 Postmark Coleraine to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. to let you know I am leaving for Omagh this evening, see and be good, yours starrich xx

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21st December 1918 Postmark Southern, Glasgow to Miss Annie Kane, c/o Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, hope you & Mary is well and having a good time, any clicking these times, hope you will all have a happy Xmas, you could get a surprise at me being away any how? I am in a nice ? ? ? ? love to all Purcell
2) 1st June 1918 Postmark Antrim to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear duck, just a P.C. to see how you are coming along. I hope Mary is coming along ? one I suppose you will be flirting most of your time, as you know there is only one girl for me, she is a girl from Bally????
3) 27th November 1918 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear A. This is just a card, so you'll not can say I never sent you one. Was speaking to Ts?? in B.mills today, hopes to see you this evg. would you throw? hopes you are all well, yours M. L.
4) 21st January 1918 Postmark ? to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. in ans. to yours which his was very sorry to get but bad luck now worce again. Any word of you getting married. I hope you will not forget his. Isn't this terrible weather very like winter. Mr. His sends his best wishes & sends love to you & yours as he is for listing on the N.C.C. but he will give you a call on his way to bid farewell to his friends the henery. Hoping this finds Ciss the way of improving not forgetting A. Usher & A. M. C. See & don't be courting too much these times. Hoping this finds you & all the rest well, hope to see you soon. I remain respectively yours J. C. B.
5) 19th February 1918 Postmark Armoy to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - What think you of the weather, isn't it Ideal, hopes you are in good sorts this weather. Love to Cassie, Yours McLeod(?) Just after a good laugh at Simon. Hopes to see you Wed.
6) 4th March 1918 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a P.C. - hopes to see you Tuesday evg. Saw Alex. C- - - - - -, coming down this morning. In a hurry for Port, McLeod
7) 7th December 1918 Postmark Glenarm(?) to Miss A. Cane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Glenarm Castle, Co. Antrim - E. Dunlop - Dear Mrs. Cane, I hope you are quit well, do you get word latley from America from Mrs. Wilson, remember me to her when you write. I am getting along very well, this is a nice place. Rember me to Mr. Moat? man, I forget his name, love to all, write soon

1919

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'Share some of this with Mary Alex Sadie, Pardon me' Keating's Powder, Don't let little troubles worry, But take this tip from me, One little dose of this in time, Will cause them all to "flea!" 10th December 1919 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dearest A. You will be surprized also glad to hear that S.S. Magantic(?) does not sail on Dec. 23rd. I am getting some time in Jan, early January, he said not on Megantic but on S.S. Canada, which carries a conductress so I will be here for Xmas, love from C. ?.  I also had a letter from Mr. Webster saying all was satisfactory and heard we pleased to issue my ? ?d when I will tell him of my departure
2) 18th April 1919 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear A. Got your letter. Sorry to hear about your trouble, hopes your Mama will get over her illness alright. I'll go over & see how things are now Alex. so hopes to see you soon. M. Leod. Remember me to Cassie
3) 7th October 1919 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough, Bushmills - Dear A. Wish I saw you like this. Some sport eh. No word of getting the knot tied, Yours ????
4) 24th June 1919 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a card, hopes it finds your all well as it leaves us all here in the pink. Love from ? ? had 2 letters from Katie x Take care of my P----s xx
5) 24th December 1919 Postmark Portrush to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills - Wishing you a merry xmas from your cousin Paul(?) B.
6) 26th ? 1919 Postmark to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - postman postman run and dinna fall, if we dottlers no in give it to her Ma. plenty of birds at Ballylough
7) 26th July 1919 Postmark Port Glasgow to Mr. W. Kane, Sen., Carkirk, By Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Uncle, Just a P.C. to say I am well, hope this will find you keeping well, hope you got the Photo alright they are all asking for you from your loving Nephew D. Wasson

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12th March 1919 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a P.C. for old times sake, hoping it finds you well & in the pink of health. I admire this card & I think this little dogie admires something too if wee A- - -ie was here he would be for looking on too. I hope to see you soon, good bye from an Auld Home
2) 28th January 1919 Postmark Port Glasgow to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, By Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, Just a line to let you know that I am here, very lonely in Portglasgow without a old country doll. Yours W. Smith
3) 11th July 1919 Postmark ? Camp to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A. Sorry I can't get down for the 12th, I expect it will be near xmas before I get home. I am getting a week at the 1st of August but I am going to Scotland, tell M. I was asking for her. Yours A. M.
4) 21st February 1919 Postmark ? to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear A. Just a line for old times sake, sorry I did not see you when I was going away, but it will not be long before I be down for good, tell Mary I was asking for her, also Cassie, hoping to hear from you soon. A. M. keep your eye on tomorrow for me.
5) 17th January 1919 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear A. sorry I could not get up on F. night as I was at the dance, but it could not be helped, sorry I will not see you before I go away & good bye, yours A.

1920

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12th February 1920 Postmark Liverpool to Mr. Wm. Kane, Sen., Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear ?, Just a card to say I got to Liverpool alright. I never knew of a moment sickness. I do hope you are well, also my poor wee dog, don't worry about me as I am well and well looked after, yours ever C. xxx We landed at 3 oclock, had to stay on board till 7 oclock. Am staying ? ? ? ? ? meat the boat.
2) 30th August 1920 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss A. Kane, at Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A. Just a card to wish you many happy returns of your birthday. I hope you are quite well as I am A.1. By now all the big days will be past. So now Good Bye. Best Love From C. xx I hope Dad and all they rest are well, not forgetting Boo xx
3) 1st December 1920 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss A. Kane, at Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A. Many thanks for your B.D. card, recd ok, aint I soon with my xmas but never mind, so now good bye, love from C.
4) 26th April 1920 Postmark Portrush to Miss Annie Kane, c/o Mrs. Traill, Bally Lough House, Bushmills - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. for old times sake, hoping it finds you well as I am feeling fit, only a bad cold but hope to sell it some of these days. I am sorry I did not get a ? round my neck this week but hope to see you soon soon. Tell McCloud his was asking very kindly for not forgetting M. McC exrgueege(?) his yours, Plum Duff 1/22  9 1/4
5) 18th May 1920 Postmark London to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear Annie, I am on my journey & getting along fine, will send you my address when I get to Portsmouth(?) I am in London at present.
6) 30th April 1920 Postmark London to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - My Dear Annie, Had a very nice voyage over, was a lovely night, did not get to bed, clicked with three, do not be frightened. Hopes you are well coming along alright. Yours in Haste T. C.
7) 24th January 1920 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, Ballylough, Bushmills - 3:13:17 (I don't know what the previous numbers are, they aren't dates, bible verses maybe?) Dear A. Just a card, hopes to see you to night, Liverpool Boat sails on Mon. so be Thurs. I come to B'mills to night, hopes S. & Gars(?) well
8) 2nd April 1920 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Dottler, How is McLeod, also trigger & usher, not forgetting Parramat. This is the school I send Maria to, she is leaving uklet with the teacher. He is a gentleman. He gives her rides in his Auto. How do you like it, ok I guess K. B. or Spencer
9) 30th September 1920 Postmark Cushendall(?) to Mrs. A. Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills - Just a card from M. L.

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12th ? 1920 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dearest Sister, Just a P.C. to let you know I got the thread, o.k & it is just ok. I will pay you back soon. I am sending you a little Broch but it is not for sending me the thread. I got your letters yesterday & the thread today so A. I hope this PC will find you in the Pink of Health as we are fine over here, but its getting some hot summer now I will send you some views of Paris soon. Good bye from your loving sister K. K. B.
2) 12th February 1920 Postmark Liverpool to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear A. Just a Card to say I got to L'pool o.k. I never knew of a moments sickness. I slept all night, I am staying at a Hotel, names of people, Roberts, we landed at 3.30 a.m. had to stay on board till 7. We had an awful rough night. So Good ? sailing. ............? met us at the boat at 7 ocl.
3) 22nd April 1920 Postmark Armoy(?) to Miss Dottle(?) Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills - Dearest D. Hows times at all. Some checking Fri(?) till I'm home yet, tell him was asking for him, are his feet sore. Having a good time. Yours Rose

1921

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23rd February 1921 Postmark Bushmills to Miss A. Kane, B'lough House, Bushmills - Dear Miss Kane, Don't click too much this fine weather.
2) 14th September 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, How is times at home. I suppose you are still living & well, any word of getting spliced (eh.). I hope not anyway, today is Wednesday & Cassie will be down this afternoon if all goes well. How is dad coming on, I hope he is some better by now. I wrote to you & him Monday night so I guess by this time you will have got them. I will close with Love & kisses, Katie xx
3) 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Hello Nan, How is times with you, any clicking going on these days. I expect a little bit, no good without, is their your fellow to send you a P.C. So I hope you will enjoy Easter, Love from Katie. bye bye xx
4) 1st January 1921 Postmark Coleraine to Miss A. Kane, ?? Ballylough House, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a card you wish you a very Happy New Year. Love from Rosey. Don't click as much this year as you did last for any sake.
5) 31st Marsh 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. Wm. Kane, Sen., Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Hello Grandad, How are you getting along, I hope you are ok again as I am well myself so bye bye. Love from your Little Grand Son, Boyle William, Bye Bye for now
6) 9th June 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. Wm. Kane, Sen., Carnkirk, Bush Mills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Just a birthday card grandad to wish you all the best of good luck and good health upon your Birthday, so grandad will rite you later on, your ever loving grandson Willie Boy, bye bye
7) 10th August 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Now Aunt, I would love to be doing this with you. I hope I will some days soon, I sent Sissie a P.C. I hope she wont be mad at me. I am sending Alex one to your loving Nephew Bill xx bye bye
8) 7th February 1921 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, Ballylough House, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear Annie, quite a pleasant surprise to receive a P.C. from you, how are you getting along. I thought by this time it would have been Mrs. instead of Miss. I suppose you have word from Cassie, I am due her a letter. I think she like Canada alright, love from Annie xx
9) 21st March 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bush Mills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Hello Aunt, How are you getting along these days. I hope your jacke as I am jacke myself, love from your little sweet heart Billie Boyle

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21st March 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. William Kane, Sen., Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Hello Dad, Just a card for Easter, hoping to find you allright again. Quite round home now. Bill is also sending you one to/ I am look for a letter soon from you. So bye bye for now & God Bless you from your Loving Daughter K. K. Bo.
2) 9th ? 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. William Kane, Sen., Carnkirk, Bush Mills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Well Dad just a birthday card to wish you all the best of good luck for your Birthday & I hope you are feeling better by this time So bye bye with love & kisses. your ever loving Daughter Katie. bye bye and God bless you.
3) 6th June 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Well Aunt Annie, just a P.C. hoping to find you well as I am jacke myself, how is g dad, tell him I was asking for him. I am busy at my exams now, I will tell you if I pass. Ever your Loving Nephew W. S. B. rite to me soon so by by with love & kisses xx
4) 10th July 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. James Harold, Paris, Ont. - Sunday, July 10th/21  Dear Jim McScout? Davis(?) & I went out in our canoe all morning, have just finished dinner. We are having a fine time here. This is a great family hotel. They are lots of boys and girls here. I can hear Col. Barker's hydro plane out on the water. She takes up a passenger for #10 a ? don't think I'll go up this year tho' Love to all, Best regards to Johnnie & Keith  Ed.
5) 1st September 1921 Postmark ? to Miss M. Harold, Paris, Ont. - Both Mabel & I received your very welcome letter and and were delighted to hear from you. We will soon be home now, love to all, R. Robinson
6) 13th July 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. J. A. Harold, Paris, Canada - Wednesday July 13/21 Dear Jack, We had a lazy morning today and did not get up for breakfast. Had a wonderful motor boat trip yesterday with a party from the hotel. There is a fine crowd of people here and no end of good times. We hope to be home Sunday night. Love to all. Edgar(?)
7) 4th August 1921 ?, Ont. to Mrs. John Harold, Paris Station, Ontario - Dear Friends, Arrived O.K. after a pleasant journey. The weather is ideal here & now am trying to get settled down to real life again - Many thanks for all your kindness to us while in Paris. We shall not soon forget this ? ? ? Kindest regards to All, M. Taylor
8) 5th August 1921 Postmark Old Orchard, M.E. to Miss Muriel Harold, Paris, Ont., Canada - Dear Muriel, Earle & I. are having such a grand trip. This Island of Lake Champlain, the green ?, white m(?) & are now at Old Orchard Beach. Had lunch by the ocean. Vera
9) 13th May 1921 Postmark Watkins N.Y. to Mrs. John Harold, Paris, Ontario, Canada - Watkins Glen Hotel, May 12th 1921 - We arrived here this eve. and so far we have had an enjoyable time, this is a beautiful place and a very lovely Hotel. An ideal place to spend a holiday. There are springs of medicinal water of different kind. We go on tomorrow and hope to reach Newport(?) Saturday night. ? Hotel. Hoping you are all well. Martha

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1st January 1921 Postmark Paris to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Hell Annie, Your card was ok I do sure. Remember the Xmas shirt yet them was the times no word of getting spliced. I think Cassie will so be. How is times round Carnkirk as she has got a bun(?) man now Give my best rgds to all from Dan with Love
2) 1st January 1921 Postmark Paris to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bush Mills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - To my Aunt Annie, saying I got your P.C. ok & thanks for Remembering me as I am a little mite to get a card. How is my Grand Pa, give him my Love, not forgetting your own dead self, from your little Kathleen
3) 4th January 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Well Aunt, I received your Card ok & sure was plased to get it. I had a jolly good xmas, Santa did forget me. Aunt this is the Picture of the School I go to, how do you like it. Give my love to Grand Pa, not forgetting your self, Love from your little Billy
4) 1st January 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Miss Annie Kane, Bally Lough House, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - My Dear Aunt I received your P.C. alwright & was sure glad to hear from you. I hope you had a merry xmas & a happy new year as mine was not to bad. Love to all from your Little Neice Jeannie
5) 15th July 1921 Postmark Paris, Ont. to Mr. Wm. Kane, Sen., Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Now my dearest G. dad, I had one P.C. left over so I thought I would send it to you as I always like to remember by any one. How is Aunt Annie, give her my love, Billy bye bye
6) 11th July 1921 Postmark ...tsville, Ont. to Mr. Jack Harold, Paris, Canada - Sunday July 10/21 - Dear Jack, Having a real holiday, this is the place for it. Bathing & canoeing, dancing, etc., the best meals, excellent. There are a lot of young fellows here in the ?. Leaving all the letter writing for my wife to do. Cards are my limit & beginning to feel better though. Glad to hear business is good. Love to all, Ed.

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11th July 1922 Postmark Belfast to Miss Annie Kane, at 5 Mark Street, Portrush - I have arrived all right, hope you are not feeling lonely, I am just waiting here for Downpatrick train. from Bill???
2) 1922 Postmark ....side? Ont. to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear A., Your letter rec. yesterday, will ans soon. I am up here at a place called Muskoka for the month of Aug. Love to Dad & yourself, Cassie
3) 1923 Postmark Port Ballintra to Miss A. Kane, c/o M. J. Taggart, Carnkirk, near Bushmills - How is times at Carnkirk at present, still clicking strong, be sure and keep good hours. Yours in haste, S. W. the worm hunter.
4) 24th May 1925 Postmark Newtown Square to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, what is the matter with you at all. I have not heard from you in an age, do write me a few lines, hope you are all well as we are all well here. Hurry up and write you lazy thing. Yours Sally
5) 30th March 1925 Postmark Ballymoney? to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear Annie, I am in here for the day, enjoying my holiday, hoping you are well, Yours in haste, Emmie
6) 5th June 1925 Postmark Ballymoney to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - arrived home safe, will write tomorrow, yours Wm.
7) 16th July 1925 Postmark Ballymoney to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills - Dear A. Just a P.C. to let you know I arrived safe, hoping you are in good form. Did not see Alex on Wed. Will be down on Sat. Ever yours Wm. F.

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16th October 1927 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Annie Kane, c/o Mrs. Leslie, Leslie Hill, Ballymoney - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. to let you know I got your letter all right and I will send them on Friday evening when I am out all right, so you will get them on Saturday morning. I hope you will like them and tell Mattie I will write to her later on, from L. M. ???
2) 29th November 1927 Postmark Lurgan to Miss A. Kane, c/o Mrs. Leslie, Leslie Hill, Ballymoney - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. thanking you ever so much for lovely present. I am very busy, just one more day, yours Emmie
3) 18th February 1928 Postmark Greenock, Renfrewshire to Miss A. Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - Have got this length & had a good night crossing. Am staying in Greenock until Tuesday. Bella
4) 11th April 1928 Postmark Moville to Mr. P. Campbell, Dornan Lodge, Donegal, Co. Donegal - I'm busy enjoying myself. Did you sew the seeds? E. ?
5) 17th August 1935 Postmark Greenock, Renfrewshire to Mr. John Magee, Kilcubbin, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear John, Got home safe, found all well, hope you are all the same, landed at 4 am at ? Annie

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17th August 1937 Postmark Portstewart to Mr. J. Magee, 4 Kilcubbin, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Many Happy Returns for your Birthday and many more to come from Sister Hester   
2) 2nd August 1938 Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. M. Lauchlan, Lower Main Street, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland - The banks have been short of five pound notes, and unfortunately so have I. Perhaps this will serve as useful purpose, Got home and started work, after a good time in County Antrim Boy; but it was great, Kind regards to you, and yours, Mr. Boyd
3) 17th August 1939 Postmark Portrush to Mr. John Magee, c/o Mrs. M. Cafferty, 72 Closibum Street, Possilpark, Glasgow, Scotland - Dear Daddy, Just a P.C. to let you know that I got my bike today. Thanks very much for it. We are all down at Portrush today. ever four ever Nan
4) 17th August 1939 Postmark Portrush to Mr. John Magee, c/o Mrs. M. Cafferty, 72 Blosebum Street, Possilepark, Glasgow, Scotland - Dearest, Just a P.C. for your Birthday, we are down at Portrush this even, Mrs. McLaughlan had to pay 4 -6 on Nan Bike today, ever your loving Annie

1941

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'Hello, How are you my little Evacuee? I hope you are happy by the sea, I love your letters, Please do send another, Love and kisses from your Mother' 20th October 1941 Postmark Belfast to Master B. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Brian, Be a good boy, Mammy xxx ooo
2) 'Three little birds said they would fly, with my message through the sky, Love and kisses come from me, to a little Evacuee' 20th October 1941 Postmark Belfast to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Alex, Mind Brian and don't let him annoy Mrs. Magee, Mammy xxxooo
3) 8th June, 1941 Postmark ?o?????n, sk to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, Just a P.C. to let you know that I got save here, hopes yous are all well. I am working on the Railway 8 Shillings per day. I will write you soon, this is from your friend N.(?) Boyd
4) 13th May 1941(?) Postmark Davidson, ?ask to Miss Annie Kane, Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Ireland - Dear Annie, Just a card to let you know that I am well, hopes to find you the same. How are you getting along, I suppose OK, any squeezing these times, it is so long since I got one now I have nearly forgot. Alec(?) Ray(?)
5) 20th October 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Nan, Will be seeing you all on Saturday, Mrs. Wilson
6) 5th September 1941 Postmark Bangor to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Nan, I hope you did not eat too much ice cream on Sunday. Mrs. Wilson

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17th November 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee. 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Nan, Home safe & sound & looking forward to been down again. Mrs. Wilson
2) 12th August 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss Nan Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Nan, This is like you in the Hall of Mirrors ? an skinny one, time short & fat another. Mrs Wilson
3) 25th November 1941 Postmark Belfast to Mrs. A. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Mrs. Magee, I hope all arrived home safe, expect me by 9.50 a.m. leaving Belfast Thursday, have a light bow, white socks & what ever frock fit Hazel best ready, Love to all in haste. Mrs. Wilson
4) 18th August 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss Hazel Wilson, c/o Magee (Mrs.), 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear Hazel, I am glad to learn you are enjoying Bushmills. I will send you down something nice with your Mammy when she is going down again so cheerio Hazel. Love Auntie Babs
5) 3rd ? 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, Daddy & I wish it was Sunday so that we could see you, Love Mammy
6) 17th November 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, I hope you a practicing your dances Mammy
7) 17th November 1941 Postmark Belfast to Master B. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Hello Brian, be a good Boy. Love Mammy
8) 5th September 1941 Postmark Bangor to Master Alex Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Alex, I hope you are well and enjoying your bike, Love Mammy
9) 25th August 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss Hazel Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, Having a good time, will see you Saturday. Love alex

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15th September 1941 Postmark Belfast to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Alex, be a good boy at school for your mammys sake, Love Mammy
2) 5th September 1941 Postmark Bangor to Miss Hazel Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, You were a good girl this time, that's the spirit love, Mammy
3) 20th October 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, I hope you are all having a good time. Mammy
4) 12th August 1941 Postmark Belfast to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Alex, This is you in your sailor suit. Love Mammy
5) 18th April 1941(?) Postmark Belfast to Master Alex Wilson, c/o Mrs. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Dear Alex, Hope you are well. I will send you something nice down with your Mammy when she is going down to see you shortly so cheers, your Auntie, Babs
6) no date but 41/42/43 Postmark Belfast? to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, I wish I was there to get a spin on your new bike. Lucky girl! I wish you were back, Derek sends you one of his special kisses: are you enjoying your self> How did you like the dances? Love from Derek & Aunt Angela xx
7) 12th August 1941 Postmark Belfast to Miss Hazel Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Nigel, This is like you with your plaits in, Mammy
8) 15th September 1941 Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Hazel, I am sending your book soon, love Mammy

1942

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3rd April 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Easter Greetings for a good time, love Mrs. Wilson
2) 25th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Nan, Are you still helping your mammy, enjoy your holiday, Love Alex
3) 10th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Nan, I hope you like this post card, love from Hazel
4) 6th November 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Best love from Brian
5) 17th October 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss Nan Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Nan, Haveing a good time, love from Hazel
6) 23rd March 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Brian, be a goof boy and dont cry mammy loves you and wants you safe. Love Mammy
7) 3rd March 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Many Happy returns love Mammy
8) 27th March 1942 Postmark Baile Atha Cliath to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills, N. Ireland - Dear Brian, This is Hazel & you on a wee donkey, Love Mammy
9) 3rd September 1942 Postmark Portglenone(?) to Miss H. Wilson, c/o Mrs. Magee, 97 Carnkirk, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - Haveing a good time, hope to see you on Sat., give my love to Brian and Alex. Love Nan

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9th July 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Brian, We will be down on Sat evg., tell Mrs. Magee I have got her sand & cloves, see if you can get a film for camara as I can get none here, love to all Mammy
2) 10th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Alex Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Alex, I hope you are well, do you like your post card, love from Hazel
3) 3rd April 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Have a good time son, Love Mammy
4) 27th March 1942 Postmark Baile Atha Cliath to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills, Belfast, N. Ireland - Dear Alex, This is you & Daddy Magee, Love Mammy
5) 17th October 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Brain, this is like you with your finger in your mouth, Love Hazel
6) 4th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Brian, I am having a good time, will sent you tin man, card later, love Hazel
7) 3rd April 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Best wishes for Easter, love Mammy
8) 3rd April 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Happy Easter Hazel, Love Mammy
9) 27th March 1942 Postmark Baile Atha Cliath to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills, Belfast, N. Ireland - Dear Hazel, Having a good time, Love Mammy

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6th November 1942 Postmark Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - lots of love Alex
2) 25th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Brian, Are you still playing with John(?) and gathering potatoes for Mrs. Magee, Love Alex
3) 10th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Brain, I did not get you a tin man post card but I got you a tin man Book, love from Hazel
4) 10th August 1942 Postmark Belfast to Mrs. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Mrs. Magee, I will be home soon love to all Hazel

1943

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25 March 1943
2) February 1943 Postmark Belfast to Miss Nan Magee, 97 Carnhirk Cottages, Bushmills, Co. Antrim - 6 Castlereagh Road, Belfast, Dear Nan, Just a line to let you know I haven't forgotten about you. How is John and Annie keeping. Tell John I haven't been up to see Mrs. Wilson yet but that I will be going to see them. From Tommy
3) 3rd August 1943 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Will see you Friday, Love Mrs. Wilson

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29th November 1943 Postmark Belfast to Miss N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Nan, I hope you are well as this card finds me, give my love to all at Carnkirk, Hazel
2) 14th July 1943 Postmark ? to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Brian, I hope you are having a good time. I want you to send me a nice kiss home with your mammie. Dont eat too many eggs. Love & kisses Pal sends his love. Mrs. Waites
3) 13th July 1943 Postmark Belfast to Miss Lucy Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Dear Lucy, How is tricks, I hope you & Alex are having a good time. Dereksey Dee sends you one of his huggles. Cheerio dear. yrs. Old Faithful
4) 3rd August 1943 Postmark Belfast to Miss H. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Pats Photo, some swank love Mammy
5) 14th July 1943 Postmark Belfast to Master Alex. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk, Bushmills - Hello Alex, Are you enjoying your holiday. Have you got out in your new trunks? Love & Kisses Mrs. Waite
6) 14th July 1943 Postmark Belfast to Miss Hazel Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - My. dear Hazel, Derek & I miss you to sleep with: Were you sick in the train, was wee Pinkie O.K.? Did any one admire her; Are you nice in your bathing costume, but I know you are. Cheerio Love & Kisses Mrs. Waite
7) 3rd August 1943 Postmark Belfast to Master A. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Have a good time son, Mammy

1944

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'Pickie Bathing Place, Bangor, Co. Down' 5th October 1944 Postmark Bangor to Mrs. J. Magee, Carnhirk Cott(age), Bushmill, Co. Antrim, N.I. - Having a grand time hoping to see you at the beginning of next week. J. N.(?) M.
2) 7th April 1944 Postmark Belfast to Mrs. N. Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Dear Nan, Will be coming by 12 oclock Sat leaving Belfast, we are all looking forward to seeing you. I will look out for you in Portrush about 2 pm
3) 1944 Postmark Bushmills to Miss Nan Magee, Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - I have not a suitable card for the season but just the same to wish you all Happiness this Christmas. A. H. Mc. M.

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16th July 1945 Postmark Belfast to Master Brian Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Hello Mickey Mouse, How's tricks? Hope you are a good boy. Derek sends a good crack on the nose to you. Love from Aunty Angela
2) 16th July 1945 Postmark Belfast to Miss K. Higginson, Master Alex. Wilson, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills - Hello Alex, Hope you are having a nice time & getting more like a - boy every day: Love from A. Waites
3) 12th May 1946 Postmark Belfast to Mrs. John Magee, 97 Carnkirk Cottage, Bushmills - Thanks for your lovely letter, Love Kathleen
4) 18th July 1946 Postmark Bangor to 87a Belmont Road, Belfast - From Dennis, I am on my holidays in Bangor, I am stopping for a fortnight
5) 19th August 1951(?) Postmark Liverpool to Mrs. John Moore, 97 Carnkirk Cottages, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland - The Cinema Lounge, Hope you's are all keeping well and still remember me as it seems to be a terrible long time since I left home. I'm thinking it was time I was back again. have you seen Christina since I hope you's will stay together for company. Love and kisses to all Nessie

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