I'm Thinking of you Everyday (3)
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TRANSCRIPTION; MESSAGE: Dear Rhoda; just a few lines in answer to your P.C. I am in the best of health and I hope you are the same and all of home How is George. Are you having any better weather over there. I hope it is nice for when I come over in a short time from now. Billy sends his best regards to you and all of home. I don't like the lodgings I am in because the old woman is a [illegible] old thing. [illegible] grab all. I hope you will like this card. I must close with love for you and all of home.; Your Ever loving Brother; Dick x x x x x x x x x x; Billy Barflays address India; SENT TO: Miss Rhoda Maelor; 24 Church St; Silverdale; N. Staffs.
Description(Color) Unlike the postcards "I'm Thinking of You Everyday" and "I'm Thinking of You Everyday (2)," this card is a poem written as a letter but it does not provide a pre-printed "From" space where the sender signs their name on the front. The picture to the left is titled "At 'Duty's Call'" and depicts a soldier and a British flag. This card's subtitle reads "At Bramshott Camp." There is no stamp or postmark and the card is addressed to Miss Rhoda Maelor at 24 Church St., Silverdale, N. Staffs., from Dick.
This collection previously belonged to Dominic Hibberd, an English biographer most noted for the biographies of Wilfred Owen and Harold Monro, World War I poets. He collected these postcards for research purposes.
- World War I Postcards 
Maelor, Dick [writer of accompanying material] (2011). I'm Thinking of you Everyday (3). PHYSICAL: Benton & Co. (Brighton (Europe, United Kingdom, England, Brighton and Hove)); DIGITAL: Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Available electronically from