Jacques Cartier Market, Montreal, Early 1900s
Bank of Montreal, Postmarked Jun 17, 1930
Chateau Frontenac, Early 1900s
Rue St. Champlain, Quebec, Early 1900s
Mount Royal, Montreal, Dated July 30, 1925
Montreal Harbor Bridge, Postmarked 1941
Montreal Post Office, Postmarked Dec 31, 1935
Sous Le Cap, Quebec, Early 1900s
Winter Scene, Quebec, 1950s
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I’m a big fan of old postcards, here are a few for this Sunday Morning.
These are all beautiful Brett. I like the “Lookout” the best.
Thanks, Dan. That one is quite nice! 🙂
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Vintage cards, but they bring back great current memories. Thanks.
There’s a definite allure to the softness and beauty of the vintage postcards. Thanks for sharing!
These are wonderful images of Quebec from a bygone era. Montreal is my birthplace and I feel that Montreal and Quebec City are two of Canada’s most beautiful cities. Thank you for posting!
Richard, they are indeed!
What a treat! Thanks for sharing
Brings fond memories of the province I grew up in. I’m a big postcard fan (old and new).
Where did you find the postcards? They are gorgeous!
Back in the day, as they say, when people wrote personal correspondence regularly postcards were a bigger deal than they are now, so there was more variety then. I found these at a very cool local antique shop.:)
These are beautiful!!
Where do you find such beautiful postcards?
Thanks! Lots of people collect old postcards so antique shops are a good resource. 🙂
Those postcards are awesome, Brett. Great find.
I’m a genealogy junkie, so this stuff really appeals to me.
Wow, very interesting!
My home town!
Ah le Carré St-Jacques is one of my fav spots in the summer!
It looks like it would be a nice spot to explore.
One of the most visited; here is a post of some of my fav streets I have visited https://tracesofthesoul.wordpress.com/2014/06/28/range-of-paths-haibun/
Thanks for sharing this link to other streets. 🙂
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