ID numberRCDIG0000147
TitlePostcards of Keith Rourke, 1914-1918
Collection numberPR04311
ClassificationDigitised Collection
Record typeFile
Item count29
Object typePostcard
MakerVarious
Place made
  • At sea
  • Belgium
  • France
  • United Kingdom: England
Date made1914-1918
Physical description46 Image/s captured
DescriptionPostcards relating to the First World War service of 889 Sgt Keith Rourke. This file contains both blank and annotated postcards.
File contains:
Postcard from Keith Rourke to Nell [sister];
Autographed postcard, Egypt;
Annotated postcard, Obelisk, Heliopolis;
Annotated postcard, Flying at Brooklands, Weybridge;
Postcard: Autruche (Ostrich);
Postcard: Aux bords du Nil;
Postcard: Restaurant arab ambulant ;
Postcard, no addressee, 25 December 1916;
Silk postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother, 'Long Live the Allies';
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother;
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother;
Postcard, Tom Tower, Christ Church, Oxford, no addressee or signature;
Postcard, Ruins of Christchurch Castle, no addressee or signature;
Postcard from Lady Tennyson to Keith Rourke, 13 December, 1915;
Postcard: La Foret;
Postcard: L'Eglise;
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother, photo of Aston Cottage Hospital;
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother: Soleil couchant;
Postcard: View from Farringford, Freshwater Isle of Wight;
Annotated postcard: photo of cottage near Aston;
Postcard: Farringford Farm (Lord Tennyson's);
Postcard: Tennysons Lane, Freshwater Isle of Wight;
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother (pt.1) Great Well, Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight;
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother (pt.2) Great Well, Carisbrooke Castle;
Postcard: L'ile de Rodah;
Postcard: Groupe de palmiers;
Postcard: Tennyson Memorial, Isle of Wight;
Postcard from Keith Rourke to his mother, Church at Freshwater Isle of Wight;
Postcard: Paysage egyptien
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