Ripon, Yorkshire - Postcard 1 Back Depot Orderly Room 2nd Canadian Command Depot Ripon, Yorks I Dear Edith, A few cards from my new home, moved here over a week ago and it is very nice [?], much better than Bramshatt. Have been sick a couple of days since arriving here but nothing serious, amd feeling quite well again. The weather has been a little unfavourable and have
Quayside - Newcastle-on-Tyne Back on the other side of this card that is where we go on the Sunday Morning to see the ships all come in with the battle.
Parish Church Back Dear Auntie; Just a card, which I hope will find you very well, and no doubt very busy. Having very nice weather today. Hoping you are keeping in good health. Your loving nephew Kelvin
III Went to the church (in this card) last Sunday evening, my first time in a month. I enjoyed the service very much. Don't mind the grease spots. I am busy eating some toast. I will be able to have some nice cycle rides as soon as he nice weather comes along.
II had a couple falls of snow, but very soon dissappears. Have had a couple of fine baths in this bath in the reverse side of this card. Going for one this afternoon. You will be wondering when I am going home. As far as I can judge, will be here for a few months yet, but should make Canada by June at the latest.
London 22/11/15 Just here for a few hours, as soon as I get time I will write you a nice long letter, - feeling fine. Kelvin
Dear Friend & all Arrived O.K. gave them all a suprise sory could not see you when at Mays you know time was precious after two years. will see you all on my return in Feb will come soon enough to come [?] I gave may some suprise Ho Ho also Willie sends regards to all hope Russel's leg is better Jack
Kaslemere Church 1916 Back Bamshatt Camp - 2/1/16 This is the village where Tennyson lived, and there is some very nice roads here. Kelvin Many thanks for your wishes
Eforson 31/12/16 Rubina;- A view of the place I am in now, enjoying life. Everything is going along OK. Give my regards to Willie Best Wishes - Good bye Kelvin
Seaford 30/8/17 Dear Edith Just a card to answer your very long letter which I was very glad to get some day I will write you a nice long letter to pay up for all the letters you have sent me. The weather has been awful here, having plenty of rain and wind. So you are up to your eyes in hay making,etc, - it is what I would enjoy after the lazy life I am leading now. I have been on this cliff, which is about 100 feet high. Trusting you are all well Kelvin
British Parliament Buildings 1918 Back 28/4/18 London Dear Edith, A card from London - here for the weekend cycled from camp - the weather is rotten - however it may change Hope you are tres bien Kelvin