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that may or may not be connected
came together from auction

Page 1 Postcards
Page 2 Photos
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Page 5 Autograph Albums etc.

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

Richardson Moore

"I must get a recruit!"  "Il faut que je fasse une recrue!"
10th November 1916 from Freddy? in Field? to (Bertie) Master R. Richardson, 28 Ashley Avenue, Lisburn Road, Belfast, Ireland

A very merry Xmas from Hilda & Rigby, St. Mary's House, Broughton to Master Jim Ross, Orient House, Cliftonville, Belfast, Ireland

Butlin's Mosney Holiday Camp, Ireland - The Ballroom
1954? from Willy in Mosnuigh, Mosney, Drogheda to Miss Lilly Reynolds, 6 Merville Cotts., Whitehouse, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland

The Hero: Saving a Wounded Comrade Under Fire
19th January 1917 from Ted in Field Post Office to (Bash) Master B. Richardson, 28 Ashley Avenue. Lisburn Road, Belfast, Ireland

Ted Moore, Royal Can., Black Watch

17th February 1910 from Belfast to Mrs. Richardson, Bingham Street, Bangor, Co. Down


on back - Photographed by John J. Cairns, Beachead, Dalry Ayrshire June 1907

no info but came with Richardson Moore postcards  CLICK to enlarge

Harland and Wolff's O.E.W. Fitting Department, Mutual Aid Association - Keep This Card Clean

Whitestar Line, Postal Steamers No. 52 - Name S. McBride - Address, White Star Line 1910/11 Secretary: A. Boyce, 24 Mountcollyer Street





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Robinson

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1) To Mother with love April 11th 1899
2) Mrs. Robinson, Chief Fire Station, Chichester Street, Belfast - How are Ye? Daisy's Girl - Betty Vint?
3) no info.

DACB
                   
Faithfully Yours John Taylor & Harry Robinson                Yours Sincerely W. Jno. Robinson                   
on back of 2nd photo - Don't forget the boys from the Island,                                  
On the corner of the map,
No matter where on earth we chance to roam,
For we still have you in mind,
Tho we've left you far behind,
In our endeavours to teach manners to the Huns.
W. J. J. R.

Stratoliner in Flight TWA Color-foto
39th September 1948 to Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Ashley Avenue, Lisburn Road, Belfast, N. Ireland from Sadie, Los Angeles, California
Dearest Mother, We are now crossing the Atlantic, far above the clouds. The sun is shining beautifully. When I've written this I shall compose myself and have a nap. Jim says Dad asked what we'd do in mid Atlantic, well, this is it!  Thinking of all at home and mostly of your dear self. Love Sadie


first photo - Wishing you a Happy Xmas and a Prosperous New Year Dec. 25th '14



yours sincerely photo taken in Portrush                                                                                                            
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Teuton

11th August 1955 to Misses Teuton, Rock Lane, Aghagallon, Lurgan, Co. Armagh from M. Martin in Portrush
Mrs. B. and I are having a nice time, the house is full, we get great food here. Mrs. Jos.? & Mrs. Robt. S. Beckett is in this house, they are all a nice lot here. The weather is beautiful. Hope all are well. Love M. Martin

30th July 1953 to Miss Teuton, Rock Lane, Aghagallon, Lurgan, Co. Armagh from M. Martin in Portrush.
I am here in Portrush. Today the weather is Beautiful. It was sad about Sadie's sister. I will be to see you when I get home. Love to all M. Martin




photo taken in Hong Kong                               photo taken in Belfast    

taken in Bangor                                                                                                                
               
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Various
may or may not be related to each other or as part of the whole Large Collection

Bold Brennan on the Moor and The Cavehill Diamond

Charlie Dunlop, the India-Rubber Man

W. T. Ferris, Ulster Covenant signed at The Grain Market, Lisburn

Dunville's Old Irish Whisky

Sligo Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway Free Pass 1921 (First Class)
Sir Josslyn Gore-Booth, Bt., Chairman, S. L. & N. C. Railway
John Duff, Secretary

Heanery? Sinnamon of Drumallis Lodge No. 20 Kilmagamish formed this lodge the 6th December 1844
George Forsythe Master, William Warnock, D.? M., John Warnock, Secretary

Roden Cash Stores, 26 Roden Street, Belfast - E. Cooke (late of Smyth & McClure)

L.M.S. N.C.C. Workshops - Fitting Shop 27.11.35

St. |Anne's Cathedral. Belfast

Whitehead, Belfast Lough

William Brock Wicklow

Convent of Mercy Kilcormac Kings Co. 13.6.08


Blackburn Lake - Victoria - looking East                     River Yarra, Yarra Doon, Victoria, Aust.            

The Hornsby Mower sold by Ferguson & Sons, Clones
Hay Making in Ireland with the "Walter A Wood" Mower
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Temple A.F.C., 1904-5

back row - J. Holloway - C. Yandell - A. Schafer - W. Clements - J. Phillips
middle row - W. Hanson - T. Bawn - W. Harris - B. Woodman - W. Small (Treas.) - A. Phillips
sitting - E. Freame (Capt.) - E. C. Bush (Sec.) - G. Selley - E. Noble - G. Yandell
photo by G. H. Wicks

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