Christmas Greetings in 1920

Christmas Greetings | From the private collection of Dennis Parrett
Christmas Greetings
From the private collection of Dennis Parrett
Christmas Wishes | From the private collection of Dennis Parrett
Christmas Wishes
From the private collection of Dennis Parrett

Seeing the old ‘Postman’ Christmas card published on the site, reminded me of the tradition in at least my family, of sending each other postcards. I have a number of old postcards sending birthday greetings but here are some examples from Christmas 1920. Cats were obviously popular with my Mother. The first one is a picture of a Cats’ party and this was sent to my Mother by a friend called Hilda who writes on the back as follows:

” Just a card hoping you have a happy Christmas. I hope your Dad is improving. With love from your loving friend Hilda”.

My Mother was nearly 14 and sadly her Father died in May 1921.

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  • How lovely! I enjoyed looking at these. Do you have others to share with us?

    By Jennifer Tonks nee Smith (04/01/2009)

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