Tag Archives: 1918

Nimble Nick and Wreath

Here is a Nimble Nick getting ready for Christmas! “In spite of miles, storms and obstacles my kindest wishes will be with you on Christmas morning.” This card was mailed on December 23, 1918 in Canada. Advertisements

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Twelvetrees Easter Bunny #3

This is the third Twelvetrees Easter bunny card, and it is actually the first one I bought from this series. The handwriting on the back is very fancy and hard to read at some parts, but the message is about … Continue reading

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Twelvetrees Easter Bunny #2

Here is the second out of the four Easter bunny cards by Charles Twelvetrees. This brown bunny is carrying what looks like a purple hyacinth. “Little bunnies bring my thoughts, To you this Easter season.” This card was mailed to … Continue reading

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Twelvetrees Easter Bunny

Charles Twelvetrees has a series of 4 Easter bunny cards that are all carrying pots of flowers. This grey bunny is carrying daffodils. “Easter bunnies, sincerest wishes, Both I send to you.” This card was mailed to Miss Ruth Woodmansee … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

On this day in 278, St. Valentine was beheaded. So thanks to him, we have these wonderful Valentine’s Day postcards. St. Valentine’s Greeting, Clapsaddle. Postmarked February 14, 1918. “The world was never set afire, By wishes, dreams, or dear desire, … Continue reading

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