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Still Waters

Halloween postcards From the 1900s and 1910s

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The article is from 2016, but seeing as Halloween is coming up.....

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In the olden days, Halloween provided another reason to send friends and family celebratory postcards. Here is a collection of 39 odd and bizarre postcards to greeting Halloween over 100 years ago.

https://www.vintag.es/2016/10/39-bizarre-vintage-postcards-greeting.html

 

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Servator

I appreciate the cards, my how things have changed.  Ya did good.

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skliss

So cool! I love that stuff. I found a bunch of vintage car advertising in a small consignment shop, bought them, framed them and hung them together.  The artwork back then was taken for granted. 

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skliss
28 minutes ago, glorybebe said:

Love those!  The colours, the actual drawing/painting, the style!

My daughter sent me this link to costumes from the 1900s

https://allthatsinteresting.com/creepy-halloween-costumes

 

Some of those were the stuff of nightmares! :D

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glorybebe
4 hours ago, skliss said:

Some of those were the stuff of nightmares! :D

But, in a way more real than what we have now.  Sexy Nun really doesn't say Halloween to me, but I could be wrong^_^

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