'F S' Series:

"The Summer Girl"

Cards in the series "The Summer Girl" appear with at least three different backs
  1. Signed "F S", no named publisher, back Inland Postage back "For Inland Postage only this space may be used for communication"  - earliest know posting June 1908
  2. Signed "F S", LVC Logo back, "Writing Space" - earliest know posting December 1908
  3. Unsigned, no published, Lined Address back

The Summer Girl

leaves for town

Signed "F S"

[London View Company - back not seen - presumably logo back]

 

The Summer Girl

leaves for town

Unsigned

No Publisher Info

Lined Addressback

Unposted

The Summer Girl

is welcomed on her arrival at the seaside

Signed "F S"

No publisher

Inland Postage back

13 September 1907

30 June 1908

 

Unsigned

No Publisher Info

Lined Address back

Unposted

The Summer Girl

This is the 10th Peer (at 30/- a week) who has proposed to her

Signed "F S"

London View Co Ltd, E.C.

LVC Logo back

Unposted

The Summer Girl

This is the 10th Peer (at 30/- a week) who has proposed to her

Signed "F S"

No publisher

Inland Postage back

 

The Summer Girl

This is the 10th Peer (at 30/- a week) who has proposed to her

Unsigned

No Publisher Info

Lined Address back

8 September 1911

The Summer Girl

goes bathing

Signed "F S"

LVC Logo back

28 December 1908

The Summer Girl

goes bathing

Signed "F S"

No publisher

Inland Postage back

10 March 1909

The Summer Girl

goes bathing

Unsigned

No publisher

Inland Postage back

 

The Summer Girl

has a "spoon" on the quiet!

Signed "F S"

London View Co Ltd, E.C.

LVC Logo back

Unposted

The Summer Girl

has a "spoon" on the quiet!

Unsigned

No Publisher Info

Lined Address back

Unposted

The Summer Girl

unexpectedly meets some relatives

Signed "F S"

No publisher

Inland Postage back

2 July 1908

[9 July 1908]

21 August 1909

The Summer Girl

unexpectedly meets some relatives

Unsigned

No Publisher Info

Lined Address back

Unposted

 

This early unsigned London View Company card also refers to "The Summer Girl". Its significance is on The Summer Girl topic page

 

The Evolution of the Summer Girl

1905, 1907, 1909

The London View Co Copyright

Early LVC Logo

 

See The Summer Girl