Tag Archives: Whitney
Easter will be here in about hour! Above is a Whitney Easter card featuring bunnies painting Easter eggs with a duck just hanging out in the corner. This card was mailed in April 1938 from Tallahassee, Florida to Quincy, Florida. … Continue reading
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
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.
Today I am posting a challenge. This morning I was thinking about what St. Patty’s card or series I would post about tonight and it got me thinking- I have never seen a Whitney St. Patty’s Day card. Whitney has … Continue reading
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
Mailed on December 28, 1909 to welcome in 1910. Whitney New Year Greetings, mailed December 30, 1921. Clapsaddle Native American baby, part of a New Year series. Mailed December 22, 1913.
These hourglasses are preparing for the New Year by making their resolutions! What is yours this year? This cute card was published by Whitney and was mailed in 1920. There are several other New Year cards from Whitney that show … Continue reading
This Whitney card was mailed October 29, 1919. “Dame Fortune will have smiled on me, Her cats the blackest ever seen…Will have brought to me the best of luck, If I may see you Hallowe’en.” My kitties are the blackest … Continue reading
Besides Halloween and Valentine’s Day cards by Whitney, Easter cards are my other favorite. Very art deco “Happy Easter Greetings to You.” I also love it because of the pink background. Mailed March 26, 1932. Won on eBay about a … Continue reading