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  • The Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad
    ImageText       Reverse reads: "May 5 We're both well and enjoying it here. Very dry. I don't know if I am actually any better or not. Feel O.K. Have not been to San Fernando yet. We were not at Tunapuna. Father has been out around more than I have. He speaks at ...
    ImageText     Reverse reads: "May 5 We're both well and enjoying it here. Very dry. I don't know if I am actually any better or not. Feel O.K. Have not been to ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Damascus. The Tombs.
    ImageText       A postcard sent from Damascus (City of Jasmin) in Syria.
    ImageText     A postcard sent from Damascus (City of Jasmin) in Syria.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Jerusalem. Via Dolorosa.
    ImageText       A postcard of Via Dolorosa (Way of Grief or Way of Suffering) in the Old City of Jerusalem.
    ImageText     A postcard of Via Dolorosa (Way of Grief or Way of Suffering) in the Old City of Jerusalem.
    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.