1907 Canada postcard Bridal Veil Falls, Rosseau Muskoka Ontario

$10.00 CAD

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Postcard showing three ladies at the Bridal Veil Falls in the famed Muskoka cottage and tourism region. 

Labeled ‘Bridal Veil Falls, Shadow River, Rosseau, Muskoka Lakes

Publisher info ‘100,992 JV’.

On back:

The Valentine & Sons’ Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto
                                    Printed in Great Britain
Sunday July 21st 1907
Dear Mother and Dad,
Are going on alright are working 224 miles from City at the head boss’s summer home on Lake Rosseau tis a lovely place but very quiet……tis very hot to day but nice breezes tis all water & bush up here. The Indians have a reservation in the District around here allowed by Government…Leon


Crease UL corner, small one LL corner.

Valentine & Sons first printed postcards in 1898. Canadian production began between 1903 and 1906 with offices of the Canadian subsidiary, Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd., established first in Montreal and then Toronto and Winnipeg.