William Windross - postcard album from WW1, item 27

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 Top Card 

 Address: 

Mrs Windross

"Prospect Street." 

Rawdon

Leeds

 Letter: 

Dear M.

Arrived here alright

was here by 10 a.m. had a

nice day so far. lodgings

alright wish you were here.

with love from us both

Yours  Crisie 

&  Jen. 


 Middle Card 

 Address: 

Mrs Windross

12 Prospect St

Rawdon

Nr Leeds

Yorks

 Letter: 

Oct 19th 1916

Dear Mother

Have arrived back

alright. had no difficulty

in crossing London I 

got some tea free of charge

at Charing Cross. hope your

arm will soon be better

will write again shortly

sorry I have not seen 

annie  Love from William


 Lower Card 

 Blank 

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 Top Card 

 Address: 

Mrs Windross

"Prospect Street." 

Rawdon

Leeds

 Letter: 

Dear M.

Arrived here alright

was here by 10 a.m. had a

nice day so far. lodgings

alright wish you were here.

with love from us both

Yours  Crisie 

&  Jen. 


 Middle Card 

 Address: 

Mrs Windross

12 Prospect St

Rawdon

Nr Leeds

Yorks

 Letter: 

Oct 19th 1916

Dear Mother

Have arrived back

alright. had no difficulty

in crossing London I 

got some tea free of charge

at Charing Cross. hope your

arm will soon be better

will write again shortly

sorry I have not seen 

annie  Love from William


 Lower Card 

 Blank 


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  • October 27, 2017 16:15:42 Thomas A. Lingner

     Top Card 

     Address: 

    Mrs Windross

    "Prospect Street." 

    Rawdon

    Leeds

     Letter: 

    Dear M.

    Arrived here alright

    was here by 10 a.m. had a

    nice day so far. lodgings

    alright wish you were here.

    with love from us both

    Yours  Crisie 

    &  Jen. 


     Middle Card 

     Address: 

    Mrs Windross

    12 Prospect St

    Rawdon

    Nr Leeds

    Yorks

     Letter: 

    Oct 19th 1916

    Dear Mother

    Have arrived back

    alright. had no difficulty

    in crossing London I 

    got some tea free of charge

    at Charing Cross. hope your

    arm will soon be better

    will write again shortly

    sorry I have not seen 

    annie  Love from William


     Lower Card 

     Blank 


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    ID
    17110 / 198967
    Source
    http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
    Contributor
    Jean Allison
    License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/







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