Sir Evelyn Wrench.
Fermanagh Man Invented Postcards.
Many will recall that many of the early picture postcards bore; "Wrench
Series." The Wrench family came from Brookeborough and the home in which they were
brought up still stands within sight of the village, on the road to Lisnaskea.
The Wrenches were writers too and land agents. That Irish enthusiasm for
travel and the English language gave us, Sir Evelyn Wrench who was one of the
pioneers in postcard production early this century. Before the 1914-1918 war he
gave up this interest and his work as a journalist to devote himself to the
Overseas Club movement. He is a Fermanagh-born man, son of the late Right Hon.
Frederick Wrench, Land Commissioner. Fermanagh Herald 2-3-1946.
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