About this objectA collection of coloured and black and white postcards with images of naval ships, addressed to members of the Rolls family, in a plastic sleeve with 'Jack Stibbard' printed on it.
1-6: addressed to Rolls family members at Sandy Creek Station, and stamped 1907-1909 by the post office.
7-8: addressed to Rolls family members at 'Rockview', Albury Rd, Wagga Wagga. Date stamped 1906. Posted in Brighton, Victoria.
9: addressed to Mr Suds Rolls, 281 Birrell St, Waverley, Sydney. Date stamped March 8, 1909. Posted in Wagga Wagga.
10: addressed to Miss Maysie Rolls, Ocean St, Bondi.
11: Black and white postcard with photograph with title, "CAIRO - Relieving guard at the Citadel - LL'. Handwritten on the reverse "This is an old fortress which has been successively occupied by all the invaders of Egypt since the Middle Ages and is now garrisoned by the Services. There is a beautiful mosque (of Mehemit Ali) within the walls, the stones for which, were brought from the covering of the pyramids about a century ago.
12-18: seven coloured postcards with no text handwritten on the reverse. All postcards depict naval ships.
Various printers/manufacturers - Valentine's Series, Printed in Great Britain; Tuck's Postcard - Raphael Tuck & Sons; Robert Jolley, Melbourne & Sydney; Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers.