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  • The Pond, Maitland, N.S.
    Image       Reverse side reads: "This is from one of my photos. Pond. 2 miles out. Dear R.B. Thanks very much for the paper containing account your induction. Wish you all success and blessing. We have had a cold and wet spring but today is one of the "rare" days in June. ...
    Image     Reverse side reads: "This is from one of my photos. Pond. 2 miles out. Dear R.B. Thanks very much for the paper containing account your induction. Wish you all success ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Lochaber Lake, Antigonish, N.S.
    Image       Reverse reads: "Thanks for your card. Your letter also rec'd. Trusting that you will soon find your nest and wishing you the compliments of the Season. I am yours as of yore. D.J Loch Katrin, Dec. 28th, 1907"
    Image     Reverse reads: "Thanks for your card. Your letter also rec'd. Trusting that you will soon find your nest and wishing you the compliments of the Season. I am yours as ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Cannon Gate Park, Lunenburg. N.S.
    Image       Reverse side reads: "Lunenburg, N.S. July 20th /07 We have been here two weeks and expect to go to Great Village on Monday next. We will be there a few weeks and then spend a month or more in Hx. Hope to see you sometime. We are having very warm ...
    Image     Reverse side reads: "Lunenburg, N.S. July 20th /07 We have been here two weeks and expect to go to Great Village on Monday next. We will be there a few ...
    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.