THE CHURCHES of NEW GLASGOW
TEMPERENCE STREET, NEW GLASGOW, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA - 24.
Collection ID#: PC 00667
Printer: Photogelatine Engraving Co., Ltd., Toronto
Publisher: Photogelatine Engraving Co., Ltd., Toronto
Postmark: Unused postcard
Also of interest is the spelling of Temperence St. Should be Temperance with an A.
TEMPERENCE STREET, SHOWING ANGLICAN CHURCH, NEW GLASGOW, N.S.
Collection ID#: PC 00699
Printer: Rumsey & Co., 1528 Queen St. West, Toronto
Publisher: Rumsey & Co., 1528 Queen St. West, Toronto
Postmark: April 28, 1913 - New Glasgow, N.S.
Mailed to Mrs. A. R. McDonald, Thornburn, N.S., by her cousin Marion of RR#2, Mountsville.
BAPTIST CHURCH, NEW GLASGOW, N.S.
Collection ID#: PC 00603
Publisher: Phillips & Wrinch Limited,Toronto
Postmark: Dec 14, 1908
Card is addressed to Miss Mary Wilson, No 3 Polar Street, Halifax, NS. and it was from her cousin Daisy. The message reads "I got your card. Glad to hear you arrived home safe. I saw Jack the other night. He look lost. Tell Grand I cannot go over till after Xmas. Write soon. Daisy. Baby has 8 teeth."
1ST BAPTIST CHURCH, NEW GLASGOW, N.S.
Collection ID#: PC 00622
Printer: Ahite's Popular Store, No 28
Publisher: Unknown, Printed in Germany
Postmark: August 10, 1914 - New Glasgow, NS
Mailed to Mrs. Frank Stickney, Canaan, N.H, USA, the sender briefly notes that "We are having fine time and good weather, best regards." and it is signed Mst & Mrs H. E. Brown.
ST GEORGE'S CHURCH, NEW GLASGOW, N.S.
Collection ID#: PC 00645
Photographer: Unknown but possibly George White
Printer: Unknown - printed in Germany
Publisher: George White, New Glasgow, NS. No 8
Postmark: Unused card
A short history of this church can be found at http://stgeorgesng.weebly.com/history-of-st-georges.html.
TRINITY UNITED CHURCH, NEW GLASGOW, NOVA SCOTIA - 26.
Collection ID#: PC 00583
Printer: Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., Ottawa
Publisher: Photogelatine Engraving Co., Ltd., Ottawa
Postmark: Unused card
My grandmother Eunice Mackay Torey, was equally dedicated in every respect. She was the organist and soloist and also sang in the choir. Nanna spent every Saturday afternoon baking and after church on Sunday, she and my grandfather made a circuitous route around town, visiting people who were not well enough to get out and about. As children, we were frequently taken along for the ride. We were good kids (for the most part) and with my grandmother's superb baking in hand, and the prospect of an entertaining visit with the Torey grandchildren, we were warmly welcomed everywhere that we went.
UNITED CHURCH, NEW GLASGOW, N.S.
Collection ID#: PC 00690
Printer: Valentine & Sons Pulishing Co. Ltd, Montreal and Toronto
Publisher: Valentine. Printed in Great Britain
Postmark: March 6, 1912 - Bridgeville, N.S.