Tag Archives: Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day!

“Said Romeo Kewpie to sweet Juliet “I hope you’re as happy as can be, you bet,” And that’s just what I say In the same fervent way. ‘Cause I hope you are happy on Valentine’s Day.” I recently got a … Continue reading

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Valentine

This Valentine & Sons postcard was postmarked on Valentine’s Day in 1944. Pretty neat! The only thing that could make the back of this card better was if it had a a sweet message on the back!

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I’d Rather Go Fishing

This Whitney card seems a little bit like an anti-Valentine’s Day card. The boy who has scored the girl looks sad and is looking back at his friends, who are about to go fishing. “Oh pshaw! I’d rather go fishing.” … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours! Valentine Greeting by Ellen Clapsaddle. Mailed February 13, 1906. Whitney boy and girl, mailed February 13, 1922. Cute stick figure postcard. “I love pretty flowers, and I love candy, too, ’cause they’re sweet … 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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Cute Valentine’s Day Message

It looks like this message was written from a child to a friend. “Happy birthday and hope you get lots of Valentines Dorothy Corcoran.” It was sent to Miss Hazel Murphy in Copenhagen, New York in 1917. I wonder if … Continue reading

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Dwig To My Valentine Series

Valentine’s Day is Tuesday! So to start off this important holiday postcard season, this is Valentine Postcard Series No. 402, Dwig’s “To My Valentine.” All the cards in the series have the same border, the upper left says “To My … Continue reading

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