Colour postcard showing Alma College in St. Thomas, Ontario. Addressed to Mr. W.J. Coulter of 366 North 5th Street, St. Thomas. Writing on the back says, "Recieved your past letter. I will write back as soon as possible. I am very busy with my "new home." G.B.C.
Three copies of a black and white postcard showing the Alma College Chapel in St. Thomas, Ontario. Written on the back of the second postcard (M5 S1 Sh1 B1 F1 9back2) is "Merry Christmas and every good wish for the coming year. From the Curtises of 34 Southwick Street."
Written on the back of the third postcard (M5 S1 Sh1 B1 F1 9back3) is "I do sincerely hope you will let me know if there is any thing I can do for you - again, my best wishes. Love Grace S."
Three copies of a colour postcard showing an artistic rendition of Alma College with students. Written on the inside of copy one (M5 S1 Sh1 B1 F1 10back1) is "Merry Christmas! Ps. ____ Doleson."
Written on the inside of copy two (M5 S1 Sh1 B1 F1 10back2) is "Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas. Dora and family."
Black and white postcard showing Alma College in St. Thomas, Ontario. Postcard is addressed to Miss. Annie S. MacGregor of Corunna, Ontario and dated May 15, 1906. The message reads "Dear J.L.B.K We came over to see Grannie yesterday and are leaving for N.S. this afternoon. How is your little patient? We'll be home the end of the week. Glad."
A colour postcard showing Alma College in St. Thomas, Ontario. Addressed to Mr. A. C. Smith of 106 E Washington Ave. Madison Wis. Writing on the back says "Dear Arthur, this is the p.m. and have not got your letter yet this week. Guess it has gone astray again. And of course everything here goes wrong. Hope you are not sick. I am going over to see your mother tomorrow night. We got the baby picture and think it cute. Write soon. Yours ever, [indiscernible]. We are going to have Jack's photo taken tomorrow, if is a fine day."
A black and white postcard showing an artistic rendition of Alma College in St. Thomas, Ontario. On the front, the image is captioned with "Alma College's fiftieth anniversity [sic] this year makes the reproduction of the above carving in wood, used at the time of the college's opening very fitting."