Illustrated coloured postcard showing a young man in a blue uniform/suit sitting on a park bench. He has medal ribbons on his chest and holds a cap and cane. His eyes are closed and the text on the reverse of the card suggests that he is blind. Above him is a dream image of himself engaging in several different sporting activities. The picture is initialed R.C.YY. Beneath the picture is the legend “”MEMORIES” From the painting by R Caton Woodville.” Text on the reverse of the card says that soldiers and sailors blinded in the war have learnt to deal with their disabilty at St Dunstan’s in Regent’s Park. Large amounts of money was required for the after care of these brave men and contributions are requested for the National Institute for the Blind which provides that care and support.