|Content Description||They had a good journey; comments that Mexico is warm and very free and easy like Naples, much more pleasant than the U.S.; expects they will stay for a few months; he is expecting some friends down from Santa Fe; comments that it is good to get a little wine again [after prohibition in the U.S.].|
Verso of the postcard has a photograph of an Aztec sculpture in the National Museum of Mexico [partially obscured by red ink stain].
Contains a red one penny stamp, and a green half penny stamp, postmarked in Ripley, Derbyshire 16 Apr. 1923.
Date: The postcard is dated March [day is obscured by stamp]; date provided is based on Warren Roberts, James T. Boulton and Elizabeth Mansfield (eds) 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987) vol IV, p 414.