1st postcard, on back 1905 to Miss L. Jamison, 2 River View Street, Belfast
2nd postcard, 1904 to Miss Jamison, 45 St. Alban's Gardens, City - Oh where
have I seen this face before M. G.?
D.U.F.C. 1910-11 but it says 1905 on the back?
St. Mary's Flute Band on back 1905
yours truly, ? ? Smylie
I. O. R. Rescue Tent Brass band 1906
Miss Jamison, Kind regards from M. Green or Greer 1908
1908 says 1910 on back
Forth River Football Club - 1909
Winners of Irish Intermediate Cup and Runners-up Irish Junior League,
1st Row - J. Rea, J. Montgomery, E. Cooper, W. Brown, J. Campbell, J.
Kirkpatrick, J. McMillen, W. Andrews, S. Dowds
2nd Row - J. McMullan (Chairman), W. Cameron, A. Lynn, J. Kelso (Capt.), W.
Craig, W. Steed (Hon. Sec.), G. Douglas
Bottom Row - R. Kelso, T. Williamson
1911 to Miss L. Jamison, Stranmillis Road - Dear Lizzie, Accept this photo
from me with my best love to you, ever your loving friend R. B.
In Loving Memory
Sleep on beloved, sleep and take thy rest, Lay down thy head upon thy
We loved thee well, but Jesus loved thee best. Good night! Good night!
In Loving Memory of Isabella Bailie who died December 31st, 1911 Aged 24
Interred at Elmwood Cemetery, Winnipeg, Canada, January 2nd, 1912
Postmark Winnipeg, Man. Mar 19 1912 to Miss L. Jameson, w Riverview Street,
Rev. Thomas A. Smyth