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  • Scene at the Village Church, East Northfield, Mass.
        Reverse: My dear sister. You've seen this place many times, but I'm not there. Found this card & so sent it. All well. Received your magazine giving account of R-s [Rob's] installment. Thanks. We are moving up ... taking a large house. Going to keep roomers. We got the house ...
      Reverse: My dear sister. You've seen this place many times, but I'm ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • East and West Churches, Stirling
        Reverse notes by Rev. R.B. Layton: dates from 12th C. 1544 4 prelates and 21 nobles in this church constituted Mary of Guise Queen Regent of Scot., during minority of Mary (Queen of Scots). Jas. 6th was crowned here in 1761 at 13 mos. 10 days. J. Knox preached. His ...
      Reverse notes by Rev. R.B. Layton: dates from 12th C. 1544 4 ...
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  • St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh
        Reverse notes by Rev. R.B. Layton: John Knox d. 1572. Letters "J.K." in street near St. Giles where buried. His house on High St. Heart of Midlothian in sidewalk. From Holyrood to St. Giles process'n when Kirk Ass'y meets. Here Jennie Geddes flung stool. Scene of many fights. Story of ...
      Reverse notes by Rev. R.B. Layton: John Knox d. 1572. Letters "J.K." ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Presbyterian Church, Tatamagouche, N.S.
        Front: Will ye no come back again? Aug. 24th 1905
      Front: Will ye no come back again? Aug. 24th 1905
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  • St. Lukes, Bathurst, N.B.
        Reverse reads: "Dear L, Am mailing your plans today. Many thanks for use of them. On other side is a picture of our kirk -- not a very good view however for the tower is on the other corner and its top is barely visible. It has been impossible to ...
      Reverse reads: "Dear L, Am mailing your plans today. Many thanks for ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Souvenir de Salonique. L'eglise Sainte Sophie. [Hagia Sofia, Thessaloniki, Greece]
        Reverse reads: "Things are going on well here. But they want all the men and I hope the whole of the young able bodied men in your neighbourhood have volunteered. I hope you and Mrs. Layton & family keep well & with my kind regards to yourselves and all present. ...
      Reverse reads: "Things are going on well here. But they want all ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Fort Massey Church, Halifax, N.S.
        Reverse side reads: "Wishing Mr & Mrs Layton and family a Merry Xmas and Good New Year Very Truly R Ross"
      Reverse side reads: "Wishing Mr & Mrs Layton and family a Merry ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Princess Road, Liverpool
        Reverse: Saturday eve. We are leaving here at the same time you did arriving in Glasgow early Monday morning. We just got your card on our return from Chester. Could you meet us? Hope we'll be able to get rooms with you. Regards from all to you & the "missus." ...
      Reverse: Saturday eve. We are leaving here at the same time you ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Boston, Mass. King's Chapel
        Front: Thanks for your letters. Am sorry to hear of your brother's illness. Hope he is much better by now. Have not heard from Louise for some time. Hope to do so soon. Yours, E...
      Front: Thanks for your letters. Am sorry to hear of your brother's ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • St. Giles and Mercat Cross, Edinburgh
        Reverse: May 2/22 We have had a very lovely visit over here and have found this City so interesting. Yesterday were through the "Castle," St. Giles Cathedral, John Knox's house and Holyrood Palace and then drove to the Forth Bridge. Hope you are all well. Kindest regards from us both. ...
      Reverse: May 2/22 We have had a very lovely visit over here ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Presbyterian Church, Edmonton, Alta.
        Reverse reads: "The Manse, Oakfield, 1st Jan. 1917 Hope the children are better. Adrianna leaves tonight for Hx., sails Saint John this week. No word from Rick. Anne got a Xmas box from him today, sent 19th Nov. Let us hear from you. Happy New Year to you all. Mother"
      Reverse reads: "The Manse, Oakfield, 1st Jan. 1917 Hope the children are ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • St. Anne de Beaupré, Eglise
        A postcard of the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, a major Roman Catholic shrine and place of healing, in the town of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Quebec. This photo is of the First Basilica, built in 1876 and destroyed by fire in 1922.
      A postcard of the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, a major Roman Catholic shrine ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Botsford Street, Moncton, New Brunswick
        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"
      Reverse reads: "8/1/08 We leave Moncton Friday morning at 2:25. We are ...
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  • Presbyterian Church Milltown, N.B.
        ...
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  • [Elmsdale, Nova Scotia]
        Reverse: Remittance received thanks A.H. Keyes
      Reverse: Remittance received thanks A.H. Keyes
    Oakville Public Library
  • Susamachar Church, San Fernando
        Front: Our church in Trinidad.
      Front: Our church in Trinidad.
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  • St. Paul's Church, Halifax, N.S.
        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
      Front: Will answer your letter later. Just heard the parcel arrived at ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • First Presbyterian Church, Truro, Nova Scotia
        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"
      Reverse side reads: "Received your postcard, thank you for remembering the 'kid'? ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Winter morning, Victoria St., Amherst, N.S.
        Winter Morning Victoria St. Amherst, N.S. Did you go through on 25 Apr. if you did I didn't see you. How long are you to be in Fred - Ray is home he looks fine says he had fine time (all well) E.C.P
      Winter Morning Victoria St. Amherst, N.S. Did you go through on 25 ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Court Square, Springfield, Mass.
        Front: 1/6/08 This is the church Dell & I attended Sunday. They sang Kipling's Recess & the National Anthem. Yours Truly sang our national anthem. Shall write. Poor Annie Duncan has been sick. Hope she will soon be O.K. Love to you both, Ada
      Front: 1/6/08 This is the church Dell & I attended Sunday. They ...
    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.