Lanarkshire Philatelic Society
LPS Members Evening
The subject was "Postcards" at the meeting of the Lanarkshire Philatelic Society on Friday, 16th December – and this brought out an amazing variety of displays from the members who displayed!
David Brown – The Year of the Three Kings -1936 - George V, Edward VIII & George VI;
Malcolm Errington – Postcards sent from The Front during the First World War;
Jim Grassom – Views of the Isle of Man;
Margaret Lyth – The Misadventures of Wee Maggie;
Jean Martin – Annual Celebrations; Valentines Day, Easter, New Year etc;
Margaret Allan – Memories of places visited – and other events;
Bernard Berrie – The Life of RMS Queen Mary;
Ellen Currie – Views of Old Wishaw;
Brian Dow – Postcards depicting stamps;
Elsie Miller – Churches with a Difference;
Alex Grimason – Art and Humour;
Jessie Henderson – Views of Caithness;
Bill Jardine – Postcards sent from The Front during the First World War;
Julia MacLeod – Old views of Lanarkshire;
Alex Magowan – Old postcards of Rugby Union;
Chris Moffat – Old views of East Kilbride Village;
Ken Norris – Railway Stations of Lanarkshire;
Alan Rushworth – Stationery issued on Steamers 1900-’38 – Cowal Peninsula;
Eric Ross – Scottish Youth Hostels and nearby mountains climbed;
Sam Sankus - "Lovely girls" and "Sweethearts";
Sheila Sinclair - Christmas postcards from around the world;
Walter Tytherleigh – Views of Berlin 1936 - '37;
Derek Wiltshire – Picturesque Bridges
Terry Woods – Old Views of Lanarkshire (incl. "Quoits Ground at Auchentibber")
Ken Liddell gave warm thanks for a display of such fascinating variety!
Our next meeting in St Andrews Parish Church Hall, Avon Street, Hamilton, is on Friday, 6th January, 2012 at 7:30pm when, hopefully, "The Committee Entertain"
Anyone with an interest in stamps, postal history, postcards etc is very welcome to attend.