Front: POSTCARDS COLDEN AGE PICTURE of the Collectors Guide OUR SERVANTS." REGISTRY OFFICE Menchearer ENGAGING A SERVANT. HANDS ACRO6S OEA 20PID Sunetioned by Censor, Press Bureau, October 10ih, w16. "THE TALE OF THE TANKS." A Story Without W ords. TONIE AND VALMAI HOLT
Back: PICTURE of the POSTCARDS GE TOLDEN Collector's Guide ‘The Picture Postcard is a sign of the times. It belongs to a period peopled by a hurried generation which has not many minutes to spare for writing to friends ... The Picture Postcard is with us. It suits us. It meets our needs. I can imagine a future generation building up by their help all the life of today-our children, our pets, our adventurous youths, our famous old people, our wild and garden flowers, our outdoor delights, our life of sport, and our life of stress and strain, our National holidays, our Pageants, and traces of the drama of our political life, are all to be found thereon.' Miss Margaret Mead, Girls' Realm, December 1900.