Two postcards signed with greetings, from 1922 and 1924, presumably by the violinist shown in the photos. With them was an unidentified newspaper clipping about a performance by the famous tenor, John McCormack. This might be unrelated or, could this violinist have been one of the the musicians who played with McCormack?
The newspaper, I think, will turn out to be an Manitoba one from the 1930s as the article mentions Fred M. Gee who was well known in music in Winnipeg, but the other side has part of an article about an election in England - between Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and William Coxon which I believe was in 1931.
So far, I haven't been able to make anything out of this. Any ideas?