A postcard of the RMS Canopic, probably from WWI during her service between 1917. On the back is written in my great grandma’s shaky handwriting from her later years, “Ship Earl was on in the Navy.” Seeing as Earl, her brother, was serving in WWI for the USA, I doubt he was stationed on this ship, but he may have traded postcards with someone or picked this up for his family back home, and Olga may have gotten it confused with a ship he actually served on as time passed. This website gives more detail about the ship and its time at sea, but it was scrapped in 1925. The “RMS” indicates at the time of printing, it was designated as a Royal Mail Ship. The back states it was published by C.W. Hunt & Co. in Liverpool, and a mark stating, “Printed in Britain,” is in the stamp corner.