A postcard sent from Newcastle on Tyne to Miss Pearce in North Shields, postmarked 3.15pm on 4th April 1902, and the house in Linskill Terrace that it was sent to.
The image is titled A Stormy Day. The quotation below is written by hand:
“As high as we have mounted in delight
In our dejection do we sink so low.”
What did this message mean to Miss Pearce?
Who sent it?
Was it a stormy day for one or both of them?
Is it still the same letterbox that the postcard arrived through?
Did trees grow in Linskill Terrace then?