Sent from Scarborough to London, Gloucestershire, Huddersfield, Thornton le Dale, Buckinghamshire, Leicester, Wales, Manchester, Harrogate, Wakefield, Aklam, Thirsk, Salop, Blackpool, Norfolk, Driffield, Bradford, York, Reading, Penbyshire, Newcastle, Leeds, Oxford, Cambridge, Lincoln, Ripon, Tewkesbury, Sheffield, Warrington, Marple, Cheshire, Chester, Stockport, Liverpool, Oldham, Rome, Sussex, Surrey, Durham, Gateshead, Bury, Weston s Mare, Perthshire, Rotherham, Middlesborough, Halifax, Carlisle, Nottinghamshire, Bradford, Isle of Weight, Wakefield, Berkshire, Cheltenham, Birmingham, Windemere, Bournemouth, Ilkley, Dover.
11/9/1913 to Mrs Dent, 12 Willis Rd, Cambridge from 6 Barwick Terrace, Scarborough.
We are having a good time and like the place very much but I find the hills and steps rather trying for me. We are very comfortable in our lodgings, we have only had one wet day. Hope to see you on Sunday.
31-7-1931 to Misss Hapsell, Lime House, New St, Ash nr Dover.
Dear H, am staying here till Thursday, such a lovely place and enjoying myself very much. Hope all well, with love xxx.
5thMay 1909 to Miss Smith, Beech House, Langbar, Ilkley.
Dear Nellie, just a line to let you know we are alive and all right. I wish you could have come for next weekend we are having a treat, the Rev J Chadweirs at our chapel, it was very cold here last week, its nice and warm this week so far hoping you all keep well, love to all EJ.
3/8/1932 to Miss L King, c/o Electric Supply Co Office, Holbeach, Lincs.
Dear Lily, Just a card to let you know we are having a good time, the weather is better today. Have been on a sea trip this afternoon. Went to Filey yesterday and to see Lilac Time at the Opera House on Monday. Yours Potah.
3/9/1905 to Miss Farryaw, Cricket Players Church Gate, Leicester.
How would this place suit you for mashing. You would find plenty of nice boys here, not so slow either.
9/7/1908 to Mrs James Box, The Bakery, Junction End, Maidenhead, Berks.
Many happy returns of the day mother dear. Hope you will have a happy day, from your loving Grace xxxxx.
4/9/1935 to B Fleming, Fern Cottage, Houghley Lane, Bramley, Leeds.
Dear Mrs BF, How are you getting on? What is the weather like with you, it isn't too bad here. Iv'e got a cold so I can't go bathing worse luck. We are just going for a putt and too the Fol-de-rols tonight. Love Freda.
23/8/1927 to Miss J Greaves, c/o Hussack, Birchfields, Chruch Walks, Llandudno.
Dear Friend, Hope you are enjoying yourself and having fine weather. What a difference from last year, I don't think it is half so nice this time the weather over here is simply rotten rain, it's not the word. With love from your friend Mary.
21/7/1913 to Mr & Mrs Knowles, 1 Lowther Street, Huntingdon Rd, York.
Dear Father & Mother, we arrived here safe and are having a time & fine weather. Evelyn & Cyril like to be on the sands all day. Love to all, Beatrice.
14/7/1947 to Miss E holgate, 40 Spring Lane, Greetland, Halifax.
Dear Evelyn, we are having a lovely time, the weather is perfect & it is a very nice place. We are staying while Monday. There are some people coming in on Friday but there I snot anybody else present. Love Emily.
6/8/1907 to Mr E Balaey, 14 Cheshire St, Hinckley, Leicestershire.
Dear Brother, we are now at the aquarium, we are enjoying ourselves very much. I wish we could stay another week. I can't think we are coming home, we have been on the spa and we have had quite a holiday I can tell you we did not half see life flown.
1/9/1913 toMrs Smith, 128 Northbourne St, Newcastle on Tyne.
Most impossible day wet, windy, small disagreeable rain, almost inclined to pack up.
15/8/1907 to Mrs Roylance, 99 Stockport Rd, Hyde, Cheshire.
Dear Mother, we hope you have had fine weather & have been out, we are having a very wet time just now, rained two days all day.
27/3/1907 to Miss Annie Binns, 15 Cambridge St, Queensbury.
Dear Annie we are enjoying ourselves very much, it is lovely weather, yours Ada.
2/9/1907 to Mr H Armitage, 12 Lynn St, Oldham.
Dear Friends, it took us 4.5 hours to get here & it is a grand place, Sunday was a grand day but today it is showery. Hoping you are all well as we are. Yours truly.
11/8/1911 to Miss C Carter, Hilldrop Terrace, Stockport Rd, Marple.
Dear Clarice, I am enjoying myself very well, been around here today, going to Whitby near Robin Hoods Bay Monday. Shall be sorry when holidays are over, having glorious weather. Love Eveline.
31/8/1913 to Mrs Smith, 128 Northbourne St, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
There was a heavy fall of rain after 10pm yesterday. This morning is gloriously fine & very warm indeed. I feel in good form. Sun suits me. Landladies are very affectionate this season but I have a comfortable place. Seems like a change on Sunday rather windy & dull.
20/8/1919 to Mrs Binns, 7 Napier st, Sandbeds, Queensbury, nr Bradford.
Dear Miss Binns, we are enjoying ourselves very much it has been raining in the morning for 3 days but it has cleared up right fine towards noon. With love, Esther.
9/6/1915 to Miss Hanson, 108 Duchy Rd, Harrogate.
Dear Pandy, I am at this time sat on the sands, the sun is nearly scorching my face & hands to bits I am trying to get brown no such luck atm. Going to Durham tomorrow for the day.