Postcards by THOMAS HENRY

Tom was a prolific picture postcard artist. The first cards he had published could be as early as 1913 and carried on for the next 40 years until the 1950's. The majority were amusing seaside scenes often saucy with double meanings. The two examples featured below are typical.

A series of postcards were commissioned for the National Institute for the Blind to assist in fund raising. They depicted blind people in poignant situations.

A set were of William and his relatives.

There was a series produced entitled Jane and Herbert depicting the humorous exploits of two children and a pet dog. The one featured below was posted in 1949. I believe that there were at least 18 in the set

Jane and Herbert

During his career, Thomas Henry produced many hundreds of postcards and greeting cards for various publishers. These are keenly collected today.