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  • Botsford Street, Moncton, New Brunswick
    ImageText       Reverse reads: "8/1/08 We leave Moncton Friday morning at 2:25. We are sorry that we couldn't [take] a later train, as our [ticket] allows no stop over. [We] have to go right through [...]. L.H. Mack"
    ImageText     Reverse reads: "8/1/08 We leave Moncton Friday morning at 2:25. We are sorry that we couldn't [take] a later train, as our [ticket] allows no stop over. [We] have to ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Susamachar Church, San Fernando
    ImageText       Front: Our church in Trinidad.
    ImageText     Front: Our church in Trinidad.
    Oakville Public Library
  • St. Paul's Church, Halifax, N.S.
    Image       Front: Will answer your letter later. Just heard the parcel arrived at John St. Thank you. Bessie says she will write & thank you again - all well - love Aunt L., North Sydney, Aug. 31st
    Image     Front: Will answer your letter later. Just heard the parcel arrived at John St. Thank you. Bessie says she will write & thank you again - all well - love ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • First Presbyterian Church, Truro, Nova Scotia
    Image       Reverse side reads: "Received your postcard, thank you for remembering the 'kid'? What next? if by that you mean what I am going to do next year. I am to be the dutiful daughter and stay at home. Is that what you meant? Yours respectfully A.M.P"
    Image     Reverse side reads: "Received your postcard, thank you for remembering the 'kid'? What next? if by that you mean what I am going to do next year. I am to ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Church of England, Amherst, N.S.
    Image       Reverse side reads: "Your card received ages ago and was very glad to hear from you. How are you getting along? Mr. Rogers is still with us and we are quite good, for a change. I wonder if this card will ever reach you. This is the third I have ...
    Image     Reverse side reads: "Your card received ages ago and was very glad to hear from you. How are you getting along? Mr. Rogers is still with us and we are ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Pretty View in Kentville, N.S.
    Image       Pretty View in Kentville, N.S.
    Image     Pretty View in Kentville, N.S.
    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.