Gore Park, Hamilton, Can. [11 January 1906].

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The postcard features the Gore Park fountain in the centre with the Right House department store to the left. The image faces east.

The postcard is addressed to Mr. Jeffery Bull, Hawthorne Lodge, Brampton, Ont. The transcription reads: "Suppose you got home O.K. old man, and found the estate in good order? I have just finished phoning your sister on West Ave. She is in great demand here, it seems. Mother had a little evening for Dr. Rose and family and very kindly invited Florence without me knowing it it was quite a surprise. You'll have to excuse this scribble. I have just been promoted to a better position at the foundry with an increase in pay. Tell Lillian its her turn now to come to H. directly after Flo leaves. Yours t. A.L.R. Have just had a Prince from [N.Z.] to dinner. I met him in Kingston at Queen's." The recto has "Summer Scene" written underneath the image. The verso has a 1 cent green Canadian stamp with wavy cancellation marks. The return stamp is dated January 11, [1906], Hamilton. The number 1876 is printed on the recto. The postcard corners are slightly bent.

Warwick Bro's & Rutter, Limited, Publishers, Toronto

Postcard Collection HPL_PC_s18_74r_32022206615821

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