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Postcards to and From Caithness
Miller, Argyle Square, Wick
Message: With love to all. Hoping Mrs. Angus is keeping strong. Kirkwall is very lively now that the fleet is here. Will expect to hear from you . I remain.
|Postmarked Burray, Dec 18, 1905 to Mrs. Miller 43 Argyle Sq, Wick|
|Station House, Brora 3 April 1913|
|Dated March 20, 1906 to Mrs. Miller, 43 Argyle Sq. Wick|
|John O'Groats - Probably around 1907|
- Miller boys cousin in centre
Looks like postcard shows Wellington Street on sign of one to the right.
|From Newton Wick dated 10 February 1913 to Toronto, Canada|
Postmarked Burray, Dec 18, 1905 to Mrs. Miller 43 Argyle Sq, Wick
Note from Caithness.org - this tree has had a long history and much controversy in the Orcadian newspaper whenever it was suggested cutting it down. Is is still there?
|To Mrs. A. Miller 43 Argyle Square, Pultneytown, Wick, Caithness Before April 1912||
We arrived home all right on Thursday even at 11. We feel very much the better for our holiday and are deeply thankful to you for your kindness. Give your father, Mr. Angus our best respects & accept same for yourself & your family. Yours truly, Matthew Mair, 22 Castle St. Rutherglen.
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