1 textual postcard titled, "FIELD SERVICE POST CARD." The First World War postcard has a red postage stamp over top of the title text, the stamp reads, "CANADA POSTAGE / 2 / TWO / CENTS / 2." There is a side profile portrait of King George V at the centre of the red postage stamp. The red postage stamp has a black ink stamp on top of it that reads, "VANCOUVER / 17 / DE 16 / 15 / B.C." The top right corner has been stamped in black ink that reads, "FIELD / 28 NO[?] / 15 / H.X." The bottom right hand corner has writing in black ink that states, "Miss C. A. Cameron, / 2395 - 7th Ave. W / Vancouver / Canada B.C." The top left says, "A.F.A. 2042 / 114/Gen.No./5248." Below this, on the bottom left it reads, "The address / only to be writ- / ten on this side. / If anything else / is added, the / post card will / be destroyed."
The top of the reverse of the post card states, "NOTHING is to be written on this side except the / date and signature of the sender. Sentences not / required may be erased. [Following sentence is underlined] If anything else is added / the post card will be destroyed." To the right of this, the card has some writing in pencil which says, "3 -." The body of the reverse has text that reads, "I am quite well. / I have received your letter dated Oct 24[?] / I / Letter follows at first opportunity. / Signature / only. Wilford W. Mathers[?] / Nov 26th 1915 / (Postage must be prepaid on any letter or post card / addressed to the sender of this card.) / (25540) WT.W3497-293 1,130m. 6/15 M.R.Co.,Ltd." The following text on the reverse of the post card is crossed out in black ink and would read," I have been admitted into hospital / sick / wounded / and am going on well. / and hope to be discharged soon. / I am being sent down to the base. / telegram,, / parcel,, / I have received no letter from you / lately. / for a long time."