Postcard from Eze

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Title

Postcard from Eze

Description

Postcard to Mrs J. V. Hay from her husband. He describes the picture on the postcard as having originally been a Phoenician fortress.

Date

1946-04-03

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Language

Type

Format

One colour postcard

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Rights

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Contributor

Identifier

EHayIHayJV460403-0001, EHayIHayJV460403-0002

Transcription

[colour drawing of village above bushes and flowers]
[page break]
[underlined] On Active Service [/underlined]
[postmark]
Mrs. J. V. Hay
Coruisk
Cookham
Berks
England.
[signature]
[underlined] 3rd April. [/underlined]
1346. – EZE. – L’Entrée du Village
I wanted you to see this place, originally a Phoenician fortress, guarding trade route, it stands about 2000 ft. sheer above the Mediterranean at the highest point between Nice & Monte Carlo. Nice rather reminds one of Blackpool! A sufficient deterrent!
Love,
[underlined] Hubby [/underlined]
Have Thames Conservarry [sic] sent boat registration plate yet?

Collection

Citation

“Postcard from Eze,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed August 13, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22755.

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