Cover image for Postcards Belonging to Sir Henry Seymour Baker
Series:
Postcards Belonging to Sir Henry Seymour Baker
Series Number:
Access:
Open
Start Date:
27 Aug 1903
End Date:
23 Jan 1919
Source:
Tasmanian Archives
Creating Agency:
27 Aug 190320 Apr 1990
Series notes:
Postcards written by Sir Henry Baker while overseas on military service to his future father-in-law Rev G.W. Sharp and his fiance Effie. Two postcards are from an R. Sharp to Rev G.W. Sharp, presumably Rev Sharp's son Ralph. There are also some postcards received by Sir Henry Baker. All postcards are from overseas places.

These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archives
Items:


Postcard - of Naples, Italy sent to Henry Baker while he was stationed in France during World War 1
Postcard - of Rome, Italy sent to Henry Baker while he was stationed in France during World War 1
Postcard - Pont de Jambes, Namur Belgium.
Postcard - High Street, Crediton Devon
Postcard - Rouen, France
Postcard - Cockington Village, Torquay, England
Postcard - Clifton Grove, Nottingham, England
Postcard - Ypres, France showing destruction during World War 1.
Postcard - Saint Martin Cathedral interior in Ypres, France showing destruction during World War 1.
Postcard - The Square, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Postcard - Clifton Grove, Nottingham, England
Postcard - Lincoln Cathedral, England
Postcard - RMS Lancashire
Postcard - View from pier, Teignmouth, Devon, England
Postcard - Teignmouth Harbour, Devon, England
Postcard - View of Teignmouth, Devon, England
Postcard - Congregational Church in Teignmouth, Devon, England
Postcard - Holcombe Village, Teignmouth, Devon, England
Postcard - Barton Lane, Dawlish, Devon, England
Postcard - The Horse Rock, Dawlish, Devon, England
Postcard - Rue Nationale, Heuchin, France
Postcard - Hohenzollernbrucke (Hohenzollern Bridge) over the Rhine, Cologne, Germany
Postcard - Harefield Park, Harefield, Middlesex, used as a home for convalescent wounded soldiers of the A.I.F.