The message reads:
Chichester, Aug. 2' 1912
My Dear Alfred
I was much pleased today to find your kind note in my mail-bag! Thank you for remembering me.
I remember when your Father was about your age, that his grandmother took him to England. I have thought of it several times since I came here.
This card shows you one of the finest places in London. It is a big funny city. Do you see that two story omnibus? with stair on the outside. It is one of the hundreds we see, and they are all covered over with posters advertising whiskey and beer, and soap and bread +c+c.
We are having a good time and seeing many fine things.
I hope you are all well. Give my love to your Father + Mother and all. your Friend,
Here are two more cards of the same era.