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Title Postcard "Rory O'More"
Date 1915 C
Object Name Postcard
Catalog Number X1995.13.71
Scope & Content Made of Paper/Ink. The man and women are still in an open space with a bunch of shrubs around them and trampled greass and weeds at their feet. The man is kissing the gir lon the cheek while holding her. Under the caption the text reads " Then Rory, the rogue, stole his arm around her neck, So soft and so white, without freckle or speck, And he looked in her eyes that were beaming with light, And he kissed her sweet lips- Don't you think he was right, " Now, Rory, leave off, sir, you'll hug me no more; That's eight times to-day that you've kissed me before." " Then here goes another," says he, " to make sure, For there's luck in odd numbers, " says Rory O'More." On the back is a stamp that reads "Printed In Britain". Postcard removed from photo album belonging to Sergeant William Jerry, World War 1. See album X1995.13.01 for more information.
Year Range from 1914
Year Range to 1917
Extent of Description 14 x 9 cm.