Item 77-1513-1647 - Holy Redeemer Convent

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Holy Redeemer Convent

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  • ca. 1912 (Creation)

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1 postcard : b&w ; 13.5cm x 8.5cm

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Item is a postcard of the Holy Redeemer Convent, including the church and the glebe house in Whitney Pier.

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Postcard was donated to the Beaton Institute Archives by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hart.

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Inscribed on the back of the postcard: My very dear Maggie:— / You will no doubt be surprised to receive this postal from “Lizzie” but although I have not written you since many a day, still dear that does not mean that I have forgotten about my dear true friend of old. Do you know that I have been thinking of you and your dear mother very often of late. I hope you are both very well. I wish you would write one of your nice long letters and give me news about all your family. When have you seen dear little Lorena? I am after loosing trace of them altogether. I feel ashamed when I think that I never wrote Mrs. Smith during the time of her great summer and trial, but I could not get a chance to do so just at the time, and then I did not like to write afterward as I thought it was too late. Whenever you write her give them all my love, and tell her of the above please. Now when are you coming to Sydney? I hope this summer some time. You know I can see you at any time. It was all a mistake about not getting to see me in Montreal. This is our convent. How do you like it? With much love for both you and your dear kind mother. I remain ever your loving / (Lizzie) / ? on other side } / Sister St. Reginald.

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