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POSTCARD ALBUM - Lillie or Tillie
nice wee postcard album but not a lot of info

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

The Church, Bunbeg, Co. Donegal                                              Pass of Keimaneigh, Co. Cork

The Dargle, Co. Wicklow                                                  Camlin River, Longford

Ireland of the Welcomes, Land of Reeks and Fairy Isles  Lough na cung and Mount Errigal, Gweedore, Co. Donegal

Sunset over the River Liffey and Four Courts, Dublin                       Battery Road, Longford                                

                  Fairhill Home, Moneymore                                 this photo looks to be taken outside Fairhill Home

Killruddery House, Bray                                            St. Mel's College, Longford

Ruins Hotel Metropole and corner of G.P.O.

Liberty Hall, Dublin

Looking from Nelson Pillar down North Earl Street

Arnold's Hotel Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal                          Brown's Bay from W. Side, Island Magee

Great Cross and Tower, Monasterboice                                        St. John's Church, Longford       

             Gortahork, Co. Donegal                                       Mall Bridge & Camlin River, Longford

                         Salthill Hotel, Monkstown            Lower Lake and Toomie's Mountain from Ross Castle, Killarney

In the Donegal Hills                                                         The Mountain Road
                                                                                  "A Lonesome Glen where Shamrocks grow
                                                      Away in the Irish Hills:
                                                                                  A Homestead where the Turf Fires Glow
                                                                                 And a Moor where the Bird-Song Thrills
                                                                                      And Dwelling there an Irish Heart that Tender Memory Fills"
An Irish Fishing Village - Beautiful! Beautiful Ireland, Land of the Brave and the Free,
Wherever I Roam Still Old Ireland Will Always be Heaven to me. - Eva Brennan
The Old Homestead - "Just a Cottage in Old Ireland, With its Simple Roof of Thatch,
And beneath a Loving Welcome, Waiting Those who Life the Latch"

They site and spin in Donegal, Beside the cabins white,
Where roses clamber up the wall, In summer sunshine bright,
Or Erin's homespun there is praise, Through fingers with the clever ways

Quimper - Vieilles Maisons sur le Sleir?                                                    Prof. Joachim                          

Glencree and Sugar Loaf Mountain, Co. Wicklow                                Glengesh, Co. Donegal                       

Esplanade, Bangor

Big Hole, Bangor

Old Abbey Church, Old Bangor

Dear little Irish homestead,                                  Harewood House from the South East
Where ever I may roam,                                                                                                 
My Heart goes back along the track,                                                                                              
That leads to Home Sweet Home - Eva Brennan                                                                        

Seven, Eight, Lay The Straight                                                        Queen Mary            

        London, Whitehall and Cenotaph                              Oxford, Magdalen College, Founder's Tower

Le CONQUET (Finistére) - Procession de la Féte Dieu                          Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford                 
                                                                                        Founded in the 13th Century by the Earl of Pembroke
                                                                                        who was shipwrecked on the coast. It was occupied
                                                                                         by Monks from the famous Abbey on the Wye
                                                                                       - from the Rosslare Strand Hotel Film "Historic Wexford"

Dear Lillie or Tillie

To Sarah from B. H. mention of Nettie, Bmoney (Ballymoney?)

To Miss T.? Carrick, Ballynacalla?, Blackhill, Coleraine?
From Garvagh 30 April 1907 J. Y.

are those Swastikas?                            To Brother (looks scored out) Tillie or Lillie from ????????

To Lillie or Tillie with best wishes from Annie

Spring Bridge, Limavady