100 Gallaher's De Luxe Medium
Pocket Watch, Sewing Machine Needles and a little Figure
First Presbyterian Church, Killyleagh - no date or postmark - to Mr. George
Dunlop, 49 Thistle Street, off Newtownards Road, Belfast - Dear sister &
brother, I write you a few lines to let you know I will be in on Saturday if
I came to stay all night, send me word if I and Lizzie could stay all night
in your house, if I can I will go no place else. I want to meet N. J. coming
off the boat on Sunday morning. ? in Scotland Maria ?
The Sunk Gardens, Bangor - 12th August, Postmark Groomsport to Mr. &
Mrs. P. Rodgers, 41 Dromore Street, Cregagh Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs.
Rodgers, I'm having a great time. I'm putting on more weight (2 ton Tessie)
weather is not to good. I have learned how to swim, I think I'll swim the
Channel. Love Susan
With Best Love to You - To Georg D
1) 29th September 1913 Postmark Dalry - to Mrs. Dunlop, 49 Thisthle
Street (Thistle) off Susan Street, Belfast from N. J. Smith c/o W. Campbell,
87 New Street, Dalry, Ayrshire, Scotland - Dear Sis, Just a few lines to let
you know I am having a good time in Scotland, it is a great holiday,
trusting yous are all well, I am yours truly
2) 11th July 1921? Postmark Lytham to Master D.
Dunlop, 49 Thistle Street, Belfast, Ireland from Duke - Having a good time
in Ansdall? I am bringing you a box of sweets and a ball and George the same
3) 7th May 1919 Postmark Belfast to Miss Maggie
Dunlop, 49 Thistle Street, off Beechfield Street, Belfast from Eva - Many
4) date & postmark illegible to Mrs. George
Dunlop, No. 49 Thistle Street, off Newtownards Road, Belfast from Mary -
Dear Aunt, Just a P.C. hoping to find you all well, any word of Alex. as
Albert came home on Thursday for good, we were glad to see him, we got him
claimed of so he got home at once?
5) no date or postmark to Master D. Dunlop, 49
Thistle Street, off Newtownards Road, Belfast, Co. Down, Ireland from A. P.
- Dear Brother, Just a P.C. to let you know that I am well, wishing you the
same. I am for France tomorrow to see how the Huns are getting on. So I hope
you are doing well & keeping fit.
Dear love of mine, so fond, so true, For you my inmost heart is yearning;
Keep ever loving, brave and true, And wait the day of glad returning.
"From your soldier boy"
Ulster Amateurs Flute Band, International Champions, Manchester 1911