Postcard from Gourdon

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Title

Postcard from Gourdon

Description

Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has been to Gourdon, about the weather and that the flowers are now blooming and that he is going to Paris the following week.

Date

1946-03-23

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Type

Format

Once colour postcard

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Contributor

Identifier

EHayIHayR460323-0001, EHayIHayR460323-0002

Transcription

[colour photograph of the village of Gourdon perched on top of a mountain]
[page break]
[underlined] On Active Service [/underlined]
[postmark]
Miss Rona Hay
Coruisk
Cookham
Berks
[underlined] England. [/underlined]
[signature]
[underlined] 25th March. [/underlined]
1360. La Cote d’Azure.
Le pittoresque village de Gourdon, perche au sommet de la montagne.
DADDY HAS BEEN UP HERE TODAY BUT THE VILLAGE IS SO HIGH UP IT WAS IN THE CLOUDS. BUT DOWN BELOW HERE IN CANNES IT IS WARM AND SUNNY AND THE ROSES AND GERANIUMS ARE OUT. PARIS NEXT WEEK WILL BE NOT SO WARM AND NOT LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.
LOVE.
DADDY

Collection

Citation

“Postcard from Gourdon,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 5, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22768.

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