RM2JDGPB7–Original and rare postcard of a group of proud looking British working class men at work at a specialist iron foundry pattern makers, using wood, to possibly manufacture locomotives, heavy industrial use, possibly during WW1 - doing their bit for the war effort. Circa 1914-1919, Hulme, Manchester, U.K.
RM2JRWAEC–Original 1930's era postcard of five cheerful looking working class lads, possibly on apprenticeships, in industry or construction. One young man is wearing an apron, 2 are wearing overalls, 2 are wearing suit jackets and trousers, unknown location in the U.K.
RM2JTKYTE–Original clear postcard of working class men, factory workers & young apprentice boy. Some are wearing aprons, all wear hats - flat caps and a bowler hat, and suits, boots with steel toe caps, lots pf characters, dated November 1912 on reverse, UK.
RM2K85TCF–Original 1920's era postcard, sepia tinted in places, of office staff, group of working class men standing outside their office, lots of characters, wearing suits and assortment of hats - flat caps, bowler and Homburg hats. Just before the Great Depression started in 1929. Dated April 1928, U.K.
RM2KEYYMA–Original and clear 1920's era postcard of a group of estate workers made up of working class men wearing suits, flat caps and boots, and young apprentices/ beaters, and smarter dressed managers, office staff, gamekeeper, (wearing thick woollen socks). Moorland behind and stone balustrade, so maybe estate workers. Lots of characters. U.K
RM2HK4AH6–Wonderful Victorian Carte de Vistie (CDV) or visiting card of group of estate workers, and their families - wives and children, several characters. All are dressed in what would have been their only change of clothes - their Sunday Best. The men wear bowler hats to protect their heads. Posing for the photograph with the tools of their trade are: maintenance team with wood working tools, spade and a gun and farm hands with their agricultural tools - pitch fork, spade and rake, by the itinerant photographer A. (Alfred) Arnell of Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, U.K. circa 1880's
RM2B83A3Y–Original early 1900's postcard of group of gentlemen mill office workers wearing smart suits pose for a group photograph outside, Perseverance Mill, (Albion Mill) Padiham, Burnley, Lancashire, England, U.K. 1919
RM2A4KWYA–Early 1900's postcard of large group of female Mayqueen Margarine factory workers posing for a company photograph, wearing uniforms and caps, Mayqueen Margarine printed on crate, circa 1920's, possibly Lancashire, U.K
RMM1X6TT–Original charming Edwardian era postcard portrait photograph of milk maid holding a milk pail and wearing a bonnet on the doorstep of a house with a lady customer, borough of Rosendale, Rawtenstall, Ramsbottom area, U.K. circa 1906
RMT0HWCA–Original and wonderful 1930's or 1940's postcard of happy smiling hop pickers, family and friends, enjoying themselves on a working holiday, in a hop garden, bygone days, lots of characters, working classes, Kent, England, U.K
RM2GB4TP9–WW1 era postcard of young men possibly of the elite Territorial Westminster Dragoons or 2nd County of London Yeomanry (a cavalry regiment) posted 6 October 1914, a few months after the call for mobilisation came - at their summer camp at Goring-on-Thames, South Oxfordshire, U.K.
RM2D6C394–WW1 era postcard of female administrative workers, temporary women clerks, possibly Civil Service, General Register Office, circa 1916, 1917, U.K.
RM2K9FBXT–Original early 1900's postcard of wealthy gentlemen holding Homburg hats, walking canes, suits with watch chains and overcoats, with a clergyman. Two of the men have medals in shape of a cross. The men are perhaps pillars of the local business community, circa 1913-1919, U.K
RM2KF6DKW–Original early 1900's post WW1 postcard of working class men, manual labourers, wearing the typical flat caps, suits, of the period, circa 1919 and later. maybe dockyard workers, shipbuilders, porters, as wooden hull in background, many characters, U.K.
RM2HERDRF–Original early 1900's, WW1 era photo of fishmongers, fish fillets hanging up in front of shop, crates of shellfish from Newyln, Cornwall, on display in wood crates at front of stall at a location in the Lavender Hill area of London, U.K. circa 1914-1918.
RM2K9FF6E–Original early 1900's postcard of working class men outside a pub , some wide and some thinner collars so circa 1912, many flat caps, lookalikes. There is a bottle of beer is next to one man, so it's a stag night, works do, promotion, finishing apprenticeship, birthday celebration, new dad. Who knows! U.K.
RM2KF6DM0–Original early 1900's post WW1 postcard of working class men, manual labourers, wearing the typical flat caps, suits, of the period, circa 1919 and later. maybe dockyard workers, shipbuilders, porters, as wooden hull in background, many characters, U.K.
RM2BKMYFN–WW1 era postcard of lady window cleaners helping the war effort, Nottingham, England, U.K. circa 1917
RMWPG04G–Early 1900's postcard of Wigan Mill girls - 'Lancashire lasses', in the Drawing Room, Wigan, Greater Manchester, U.K. circa 1910
RMCPFA09–Original photo of men and a woman working in an engineering workshop, group groups occupational portrait portraits. possibly making repairs, early 1900's, Victorian, Edwardian U.K.
RMA5AY7C–Mother and baby ward with nurses in attendance hospital in the 1920s, group groups occupational portrait portraits., U.K.
RMA5AY67–Original WW1 or Edwardian female patient in hospital in the 1910 1910's 1920's, 1900's, hospitals, group groups occupational portrait portraits. U.K.
RM2KFWT4R–Original WW1 era postcard of smartly dressed proprietor / tailor, standing in doorway outside a boutique shop - there's a sign for Burberry waterproofs in the window and lengths of tweed. Sign above states H J Howell Ladies and Gents tailors & also advertising tailoring of 'Costumes, Habits., Breeches & Liveries' The sign also advertises other premises at 11 Milk St Cheapside London. But there is a telephone exchange on the sign for Arundel 25 - so this shop is in the West Sussex seaside town of Arundel in the High Street - perhaps he retired here and kept the London shop. Circa 1917, U.K.
RM2KFWT6M–Original WW1 era postcard of smartly dressed proprietor / tailor, standing in doorway outside a boutique shop - there's a sign for Burberry waterproofs in the window and lengths of tweed. Sign above states H J Howell Ladies and Gents tailors & also advertising tailoring of 'Costumes, Habits., Breeches & Liveries' The sign also advertises other premises at 11 Milk St Cheapside London. But there is a telephone exchange on the sign for Arundel 25 - so this shop is in the West Sussex seaside town of Arundel in the High Street - perhaps he retired here and kept the London shop. Circa 1917, U.K.
RM2GB4113–Original Edwardian RPPC (Real photographic postcard) of group of women outdoors, all ages, including elderly and eta black woman, convalescing patients at a hospital, possibly Cookridge Convalescent home, posted April 1908 Horsforth, Leeds, U.K.
RM2C15JP9–Original WW1 era munition worker, H. E. Jones, Photographer, 73 - 77 Northgate Street, Gloucester, probably an employee of the Gloucester National Shell Filling Factory based at Quedgeley, from 1916-1918
RM2K1RP5M–Original very clear early 1900's Edwardian era postcard of small grocery shop, general store, selling vegetables - cauliflowers, celery, fruit - bananas - displayed in the shop window. Display board advertising mushrooms reduced in price. A rabbit hangs from each side of the window. The husband and wife, couple, proprietors (the man wearing a stripy apron) stand outside their store with 2 lads in suits and wearing flat caps, customers, cheeky characters . Circa 1912. U.K.
RM2GJFDNK–German family and proprietors outside a large grocery shop front, lots of brands, cakes, tea and coffee, special offers posters, well-dressed men, the proprietors perhaps - the shop sign reads Carl Mugge Nacht Emil Spieler circa 1914, Germany
RM2BW4YAT–Early 1920's postcard studio portrait of show line-up featuring women dressed as sailors, wearing cook's hats, men in caps, jackets and bow-ties, possibly H.M.S. Pinafore show, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England, U.K.
RM2A96KXE–Original, clear post Edwardian era postcard group portrait of working class factory or seamstress girls working in textiles and clothing factory or workshops They are wearing white smocks/dresses, with foreman wearing a bowler hat. The photo is full of characters such as the peeking boys looking over the girls' shoulders, circa 1912 U.K.
RM2ATE72R–WW2 era photo of women employees, department store window dressers wearing dungarees carrying paint, fabric and a mannequin walking through the shop entrance, dated 1942, U.K.
RM2BADFKT–Original WW1 era studio portrait postcard of group of civilian female munitions workers with manager, one of the girls is wearing an 'On War Service' badge, England, Britain, U.K. Circa 1916, 1917 or 1918
RMM1XG5D–Original Edwardian era postcard of former umbrella maker shop, selling hairdressing supplies, staff posing for a photograph outside the shop, Bolton or Heywood, Greater Manchester, England, U.K. circa 1910
RM2K3PFMR–Original evocative Edwardian postcard of family all helping at harvest time, posted / dated September 1906, Livesey, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, U.K.
RM2ATE72P–WW1 era postcard of farm workers with several Land Girls who are wearing Land Army armbands to distinguish them from the farm labourers and to show that they are on active war service. Photo taken at the Newlands, circa 1917, U.K.
RM2B7PGMM–WW2 era photo of happy attractive British Red Cross military nurse officer VAD in service uniform wearing a British Red Cross Society cap badge, on a cap - marrying an RAF airman, Bristol, England, U.K. dated January 1944
RM2C0MAT1–Original WW1 era postcard of working women, shipyard or munition workers, wearing elasticated caps and flame retardant 'National Shell Overall', overalls, circa 1915, U.K.
RM2BRFAN7–WW1 era postcard of land girls digging a plot, preparing the ground to plant vegetables or fruit bushes, possibly in an orchard, or park, in order to help the war effort, U.K. circa 1916
RM2HK66HY–Original, clear, Edwardian era postcard of 2 poor working class men, friends, characters, possibly itinerant labourers, also known as navvies. The men are wearing dirty workwear, jackets, hat and flat cap, one smoking a cigar (he looks like he could be trouble, a rogue!), the other is very shabby looking wearing a jacket with the buttons undone and a crumpled hat who seems to have his lunch in his pocket. They are photographed in their scruffy working clothes as if they have been hurriedly photographed after working outside. U.K. circa 1905.
RM2M91AW9–Original WW1 era studio portrait postcard family group posing for a photograph together. The children sit with their mother and father. The girl is of teenage years. All our in their Sunday best clothes. The father is in uniform and is possibly a Royal Marines Light Infantryman as indicated from his belt buckle design. Perhaps the soldier is on leave or about to go to the front. Dated Christmas 1915 on the reverse of the card, U.K.
RMR4AB3J–Original and rare Victorian Carte de Visite (CDV) 1800's studio portrait of group of 3 poor looking Lancashire cotton mill girl workers wearing clogs and dirty aprons from the studios of Albert Parker, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1870's
RM2H5PWFD–Original early 1920's era postcard of working class men outside their van, possibly telecommunications engineers France. Posted 1928,
RM2H5PWEX–Original early 1920's era postcard of working class men outside their van, possibly telecommunications engineers, France. Posted 1928,
RM2K1RTW4–Original WW2 era Royal Air Force personnel (RAF) airmen wearing uniform of tunic and side caps. At air training school. There are examiners or non military personnel, pens in pockets sitting with them. Circa 1943, unknown location, U.K.
RM2B49WF3–WW1 era postcard of post office workers from Brighton, 28th Division Signal Company, standing next to the ruins of Ypres Cathedral, dated on reverse April 1915, 2nd battle Ypres, Western Flanders, Belgium
RM2BAG8X4–German WW1 era postcard of Prussian marines with spades digging trenches, 31st March 1915 sent to a family in Kasten, Bavaria, Germany.
RM2J4NXGH–Wonderful original and clear Edwardian era early 1900's postcard of a proud fire crew wearing Merryweather brass helmets on a horse-drawn fire engine, a community brigade (community is written on the helmets) possibly Uckfield, East Sussex, U.K. circa 1905
RM2D6H4ET–WW2 era postcard dated Feb to May 1943 on reverse is written 10 Air Navigator Course 44 Air School South African Air Force (SAAF), Grahamstown, South Africa.
RM2BRCB4Y–Early 1900's Edwardian era postcard of farrier or village blacksmith shoeing a horse with owner, circa 1910, U.K.
RMPNJJA4–Illustrated patriotic postcard of a young woman doing National Service in the Women's Land Army (WLA),aimed at recruiting volunteers, illustration by Lawrence Miller, circa 1917, U.K
RM2B206XP–Early 1900's British comic WW1 era postcard posted on 31 July 1918. The postcard reads 'The Girls reckon they can do anything without us men now-a-days - But can they?' Women undertook men's roles during the 'Great War' here they were employed as bus conductors, window cleaners and in the police. U.K.
RM2D3GTR8–Original early 1900's, Edwardian postcard of farm labourers and fire brigade monitoring, containing and damping down a smouldering haystack, stack fire, using a hosepipe and buckets of water and pitchforks a grumpy-looking woman looks on. Circa 1906 U.K.
RMPW374J–Original Edwardian era postcard portrait of nurse maids at Kent House nursing (care) home, Torquay, Devon, U.K. posted June 1906
RM2CEWC47–Early 1900's studio portrait of pretty parlour maid by Atkinson of Marygate, Wakefield, U.K.circa 1906
RMM1X6TY–Cut down postcard portrait of milk maid and workers wearing clogs, typical rustic clothing attire, caps, with milk jug, borough of Rosendale, Rawtenstall, Ramsbottom (Lancashire) area, U.K. circa 1906
RMR4BC24–WW1 era studio portrait of 3 girls, possibly Lancashire cotton mill workers wearing clogs and aprons with hook-like tool and scissors in their specially designed belts, circa 1915,1918, U.K.
RM2DCRE21–Original early 1900's sepia toned photograph group of fishermen beside their boats which are pulled up on the shore, preparing to go to sea, possibly line fishing, registered in Plymouth as PH 110, Devon, U.K. circa 1910
RM2AR64GR–Group Edwardian gardeners pose together for a photograph on a path in a well-kept walled kitchen garden of a large country house, dated 1909, U.K.
RM2BT6K7P–Original early 1900's postcard of group of young male cotton mill workers sitting next to loom machines, showing interior interiors of mill one of the lads is holding a 'flying shuttle' suggesting they are weavers, Blackburn, Lancashire, North West England, U.K. circa 1905
RM2AJ2YXR–Original WW1 era portrait postcard of two cheerful men in the British Army Service Corps (ASC) at the Front in France. The friends are wearing fatigues and caps wearing the ASC badge, and carry a mess tin which may indicate they are soldier regimental cooks working in a field kitchen. Both men are smoking a pipe. U.K. date on reverse is 27 November 1917 and was sent from the Front in France.
RM2G7RREM–Original WW1 era postcard notice reads 'Working for Victory' and around the edge is printed Royal Arsenal Danger Buildings Woolwich Arsenal. A group of women munitionettes wear on war service badges circa 1916, 1917, Arsenal was a shell filling factory. Woolwich, London, U.K.
RM2GKMAHN–Original WW1 era postcard of group of farm hands and dairy maids, probably land girls, farmer's daughter, with milk pails, circa 1917, U.K.
RM2GB4R7D–Original, sharp and clear image of WW1 era postcard of a group of attractive women munitions workers, wearing Ministry of Munitions 'on war service' triangular badges indicating the girls were on war service. From the studio of Boughtons, Ipswich, U.K circa 1916-1918.
RM2HDGA22–Original WW1 era studio portrait postcard of 2 young women dressed up in soldier's uniforms. Perhaps their boyfriend's uniforms. The woman on the left is wearing cap badge of the Royal Artillery, and the woman on the right is wearing one from the Wiltshire Regiment. From the studio of H A Aylward of Alton, Hampshire. On reverse is written ' August 1917, me and pal at Burkham'..Burkham is a hamlet in the large parish of Bentworth in East Hampshire, England and includes a large country house - Burkham House. 1917, U.K.
RMW0YNRT–Original sepia toned Victorian CDV (Carte de Visite) portrait of pit brow girls (broo lasses or wenches) wearing clogs and trousers under their aprons, posing with the tools of their trade - a shovel and sieve. They worked on the pit bank (or brow) at the shaft top picking stones out of the coal, on the coalfield, photographed by John Cooper's studio, Wigan, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1870
RM2M7BBR9–Original late Edwardian era postcard of group of working class women, lots of characters of different ages. Many are wearing the lady's version of the flat cap. Believed to be hop pickers as appear to be in a country setting, is a large group of different ages and several are wearing posies of what look like a bunch of hops on their lapels and wearing aprons tied at waist, over urban clothes. Many London workers went to work in the Kent hop fields on a working holiday. Circa 1905.
RM2M7BBR7–Original and clear studio portrait postcard of a strong willed serious / earnest looking young Edwardian era woman called Katie, who has written 'Votes for Women' below her image on a postcard. Perhaps she was a suffragette or a suffragist or just a sympathiser of the cause. She wears a large hat tied with a scarf. She lived in London. From the studio of Laffitte 184 Western Road, Brighton, Sussex, England, posted from South Tottenham, London, U.K. Dated / posted 13th Feb 1911.
RM2H40270–Original early 1920's postcard of stable hands or farm workers - ploughmen, some with their small sons, wearing working clothes - flat caps, waistcoats and trousers tied below knee, boots. Posing for a group photo outside a barn building or stables with a dog. They appear to be working for a large landowner. They could possibly be working with Clydesdale draught horses for ploughing At their feet is a wooden sign dated 1926, which also has Earnside, a horseshoe, whip and horse drawn on it. Possibly a celebration or anniversary. Located near the river Earn, Perth, Central Scotland, U.K.
RM2JDHH1Y–Original and clear early 1900's studio portrait group of 3 working class men wearing flat caps, possibly a WW1 enlistment photograph of friends, studio of Photographer, Cuttriss, Neville Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K. circa 1914-1919,
RM2MEHK23–Original and clear WW2 portrait postcard of happy group of soldiers, possibly Australians allies wearing desert slouch or bush hats, allows rifle slung over shoulder, posing for a photo with African children, dated 1943. Bert is one of the men named. Possibly North Africa, towards the end of the military campaign there (ended in May 1943), so maybe a leaving souvenir photo.
RMJGEDNC–Postcard of man, possibly the proprietor, staff / assistant / assistants outside Muddiman Bros. cycle shop, 1930, 104 High St. possibly Suffolk, England, U.K.
RMJGFKPJ–Edwardian photograph of J.A.S(James) Illingworth Juvenile Outfitters, Tailor and Clothier. 18 Attercliffe Road, Sheffield,South Yorkshire, England, U.K. Assistants / staff and customers from the grocery store next door have also posed for the photograph whilst the owner of the tailors maintains a dignified and humorless pose. Circa 1905.
RMR736JA–Edwardian photograph of J.A.S(James) Illingworth Juvenile Outfitters, Tailor and Clothier. 18 Attercliffe Road, Sheffield,South Yorkshire, England, U.K. Assistants / staff and customers from the grocery store next door have also posed for the photograph whilst the owner of the tailors maintains a dignified and humorless pose. Circa 1905.
RMM1XG5J–Original early 1900's postcard of 3 male shop assistants, with moustaches, inside a shop behind counter, many old product brands, , UK circa 1912.
RMRHXDHC–Victorian Carte de Visite of Parlour Maid carrying a tray, with a teacup on it, William Hull studio, Upper Clapton, London, dated Sept.1894
RMHW3J9K–Antique photograph of interior of pharmacy shop displaying jars of drugs and medicines, man - owner, staff or assistant, dispensing, in France dated September 1929
RMKHDCKB–Early 1900s postcard of Lloyds Drug Stores, Caxton Place, U.K.
RM2A96KW4–Original early 1900's postcard of cycle repair shop and motor car hire shop, with vintage car outside, circa 1920's, Dundee, Scotland, registration on bike.
RM2A130D4–Early 1900's WW1 era photo of fishmongers, Signage 'haddocks cured on the premises' Lavender Hill, London, U.K. 1914-1918
RM2A130D8–Early 1900's WW1 era photo of fishmongers, Signage 'haddocks cured on the premises' Lavender Hill, London, U.K. 1914-1918
RM2B83A3W–Early 1900's image of Belgian refugees in Barnsley, Yorkshire, England, U.K. dated 1914
RM2BW4Y7A–Original early 1900's Edwardian postcard of smartly dressed Blackburn workers, maybe cotton mill office staff, posing outside their office building, with pots of flowers, posted 27 Sept 1904, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, U.K.
RM2HDCB3J–Original early 1900's Edwardian era postcard of Skye crofters, tenant farmers, outside their croft, the old woman has a spinning wheel and is spinning wool - subsistence living. Printed by the Reliable series by W R & S William Ritchie and sons - circa 1905. Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, U.K.
RM2CBF2WH–Post WW1 era postcard of women factory workers in white uniforms. Embroidered on the lapel and cap is A.C.C. Image dates to circa early 1920's, U.K.
RM2M3T9DE–Original Edwardian era greetings postcard of Connemara peasant home-spun industry. Dyeing the Wool. Connemara, Galway, Republic of Ireland. Circa 1905.
RM2C8G2TW–Early 1900's postcard of working class men outside in yard wearing flat caps, with flasks, circa 1907, U.K.
RM2HDBD2K–Original WW1 era postcard of 2 attractive young women, friends, having fun, posing for a photo in fancy dress costume one is dressed as cowboy / cowgirl with wide brimmed hat holding a rifle, and the other as the iconic red cross nurse - from a popular London studio called the Fancy Dress Studio at 49 Tottenham Court Road, London circa 1914, 1915
RM2D5B5CR–Original typical charming Victorian 1890's cabinet card of young children on a donkey and a pony outside a country house with the parlour maids, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England, U.K. circa 1894
RM2CAWAFR–Early 1900's original postcard of staff posing outside a department store. A Bonnington hairdressing saloons sign above the dooer and another sign in the window says Hairdressing and shampooing Saloon, a female mannequin with coiffured hair is seen in the window, U.K, circa 1912
RM2H650T6–WW1 era postcard of young recruits at a military leadership training unit, Officer training Corps, (OTC) training camp, setting up camp. Tidworth, Wiltshire, England, U.K.
RM2M5AJ0E–Original Edwardian era postcard of young female workers in a busy large weaving shed in front of their looms. The girl at the front appears to be of teenage years and is wearing clogs and holding a weaver's shuttle. Published by The Schofield Photographic Series circa 1906, probably Lancashire, England, U.K.
RM2C8G2TY–Early 1900's postcard of working class men outside in yard wearing flat caps, with flasks, circa 1907, U.K.
RM2G7RREX–Original WW1 era postcard notice reads Munition Workers Gaines Filling Factory Danger Buildings Woolwich Arsenal, the women wear 'on war service' badges posted 1917, Woolwich, London, U.K.
RM2C8TTYT–Original early 1900's Edwardian era postcard of men and boy workers in a yard, all wearing flat caps, overalls, could be a foundry casting pipes, some of the men could be pattern makers, posted from Exeter in Devon, June 1907, U.K.
RM2M5XBGK–Original Edwardian era postcard of London County Council Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) crew and tender, Sunbury Street, Woolwich, posted 18 March 1905 from Woolwich, Southeast London, U.K.
RM2GJ7W8C–Original real photographic postcard of working class woman with her children standing outside in shop doorway of a haberdashery store, called H. Burt, selling wool, aprons, camisoles, wool and threads. The woman looks careworn and the shopfront is shabby, probably in a poor neighbourhood, circa 1921, UK
RM2H613KF–Original, clear early 1900's postcard of young Welsh gardeners next to a large house and conservatory. A poignant photograph of young men just before the outbreak of World War 1. They are holding watering cans, and a brass sprayer pump, Lampeter area, Ceredigion, Wales, U.K. circa 1912
RM2H2P6KR–Original Victorian CDV of 3 Wigan (Lancashire) pit brow girls, wearing working clothes, including trousers with shovels and sieves, working tools. Photo by Wragg of Wigan (printed on front of photograph) & reproduced by A. & G. Taylor, 34 Church St. Liverpool, U.K. circa 1885
RM2H5ACAP–Original early 1900's Edwardian greetings postcard of people in a field wearing Sunday Best clothes, bringing in hay, horse and wagon, circa 1901, U.K.
RM2DA6XTJ–Original WW1 era postcard of Grocery store with many well known brand names in the shop window display adverts: Rowntree's, Rinso, Lyons Tea, Brooke Bonds Tea, Bovril, Bird's Spongie (cake mix) Blue Band Margarine, HP Sauce, and Quaker Oats - The proprietor is H. Sheppard, circa 1917, 1918, Erdington, Birmingham, England, U.K.
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