|Title||Humourous postcard from Guelph|
|Year Range from||1915|
|Year Range to||1915|
Divided back, b&w postcard with correspondence and one-cent postage stamp on back. It is a view of a man fishing with bowler cap from the side of the pond. In the pond and on the bank a superimposed enlargement of fish. and a frog. There is a pile of fish situated beside the man. "Catching a mess for breakfast in Guelph" It is addressed to Mrs. Eliga Mattock, Petrolia, Ontario from Norman 27 Reg. 84 Batt. Care of Capt. Williams.
front "CATCHING A MESS FOR BREAKFAST IN GUELPH"
COSTUME - MALE
WORLD WAR I
SPORTS - FISHING
3.54/5.51 - Length/Width