I have a large collection of old postcards, all addressed to Mrs.Hamill Stewart, at various addresses in Sussex (Lindfield, Eastbourne) and Sloane Square, London. The dates on the cards runs from 1904, through the first World War and up to 1941. Most are from a Hugh Arbuthnot, 'Bertie' Arbuthnot, Uncle William and Donald Glossop. The writers travelled widely over Europe. What they have written is a glimpse into their lives. There are ones in pencil from France during Bertie's service during the 1st War with views of the destruction there. They are facinating and I am loathed to break up this intimate correspondence. Would the family be interested in them?