Wide part of Newland Street looking west, north side. Left to right, end wall of 118 Newland Street (white), 100 Newland Street (Batsford, tall, 3-storey, covered in ivy), 96-98 Newland Street (Christmas House, smaller, two-storey, covered in ivy), 94 Newland Street (half-hidden, left of pole, with gable), 92 Newland Street (between pole and scaffolding), 90 Newland Street (with scaffolding, Dibben on side wall), gap with Congregational (United Reformed) Church, 88 Newland Street (tall, 3-storey, behind big pole), 86 Newland Street (right of pole, 2-storey, 4 windows), probably 84 Newland Street (ground floor only, protruding, Westminster Bank, formerly Post Office), 82 (or maybe part of 84) Newland Street (restaurant, with awning), 80 Newland Street (bow window ground floor), 76-78 Newland Street (Marshall), 72 Newland Street (Davies), 70 Newland Street (Clarke). Postmark 6 May 1959. Addressed to ‘Miss Keeler, The Warden, Fen Place, Turners Hill, Nr Crawley, Sussex’. Message reads ‘This is where we are staying with our daughter & dear little Paul. He sounded the alarm just after 6 this morning. I was Minister here for nearly 6 years. We think of you all & hope to be back on Friday afternoon. In the meantime our very best wishes to you. Yours sincerely, P E D’.
|Publisher||'Mason's Alpha Series'|
|Source||Clarke, June, 20 Brinkley Lane, Highwoods, Colchester, Essex, CO4 9XN|