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  • Rathaus, Wien, I.
    ImageText       Reverse reads: "Vienna June 26/10 We leave here tomorrow. Are due at the Passion Play on Wednesday. Had a splendid guide through Italy. Engaged him for Rome and found him so satisfactory we took him all through Italy. A.M.K."
    ImageText     Reverse reads: "Vienna June 26/10 We leave here tomorrow. Are due at the Passion Play on Wednesday. Had a splendid guide through Italy. Engaged him for Rome and found him ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • La Sainte-Chapelle, Paris (1re arrt). Construite en 1245 sur l'orde de St-Louis par Pierre de Montereau. Restaurée de 1837 á 1867 par Viollet-le-Duc.
    ImageText       Reverse read: "[London, Aug. 3/14, message continues from postcard "Stonehenge from Altar Stone"] number of N. B'ers we know - the Johnston family, Mr. & Mrs. Graham Jardine, Will Jardine, and many others. You will hear from me after I get back and settled down. Very sincerely, Agnes M. Kitchen"
    ImageText     Reverse read: "[London, Aug. 3/14, message continues from postcard "Stonehenge from Altar Stone"] number of N. B'ers we know - the Johnston family, Mr. & Mrs. Graham Jardine, Will Jardine, ...
    Oakville Public Library
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The R.B. Layton Postcard Collection


Rev. Dr. Robert Blackwood Layton (1879-1973) was a Presbyterian minister from Nova Scotia who had churches in Trinidad, and Nova Scotia. He moved to Alberta in 1924 and the next year became a United Church minister (at church union). He was educated at Dalhousie University, Pinehill Presbyterian College, University of Glasgow, and had an honorary doctorate conferred on him by the University of Alberta.