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Thanks to John Cattermole for this contribution from his personal Woodbridge Scrapbook.
An Artistic Card, Published by F W Pawsey & Sons, Ipswich.
FWP 002 - From Colour photographs.
A Salmon Cameracolour ® Post Card. Printed in England
© J Salmon Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent
The River Deben at Woodbridge. 2-31-13-02
W.4204 Dennis Productions Post Card. Photocolour.
Printed & Published by E T W Dennis & Sons Ltd, Scarborough. All British Production.
KN 1045 Kingsley. Chatham. 32 Chatham Street, Leicester LE1 6PB. Copyright: Simon Sorrel.
01. Post Card. The ketch barge 'Sussex Belle' at the Tide Mill, Woodbridge.
The Milton Post Card. Milton Series. Woolstone Bros., "RENOWNED" for local views, London E.C.1.
Printed in Saxony.
1165-1693. Published by E. W. Stephenson, Printer & Stationer, 53 Thoro'fare, Woodbridge. Printed in England. (printed letter rate) If there be any writing beyond name & address and a greeting of five words a penny stamp must be used, otherwise half-penny stamp is sufficient.
S 1477. Jetty & Bandstand, Woodbridge. Kingsway Real Photo Series. POST CARD. This space may be used for communication to all foreign countries in the Postal Union.
This card has a green halfpenny stamp and is postmarked WOODBRIDGE 10.30PM JU 7 11 (presumably 1911).
Written on the card is:
"Mr W Brown, The Hall, Mellis, Nr. Eye. Dear W. Hope you reached Mellis quite safe. I saw your horse dancing about after you left me. Not at all working minded now. Hope you are making up for lost time. Much Love L.M."