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  1. Pingback: Military Vintage Valentine Cards During the 1940s when many people were involved in military operations, Valentine cards reflected what was happening in the world. Numerous cards were designed that depicted either military personnel or subsidiary or volun

  2. Pingback: Cupid Vintage Valentine's Day Cards Cupids have always been a symbol of love so it makes sense that the theme of cupid, quivers, arrows, and targets have often featured on Valentine cards. And these cupids are very busy. They collect hearts, shoot ar

  3. Pingback: Valentine's Cards Funny Food In the late 1940s and the 1950s, life was returning to normal after World War 2 and the focus was on family life, their new houses,  household appliances, and the food being prepared and eaten. An enormous number of card

  4. The puppy in the “A Valentine For You” looks like the dog in a book my Great Grandma used to read me. Runaway Ginger was the title. I still have the book. It was my Mom’s book, then her sister’s, and then mine. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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