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Mfg. Unknown
Fourth of July Series No. 3
Circa: 1909
Embossed, Heavily Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "Souvenier of 4th of July"
Mfg. Norcross, New York
Circa: inscribed October 1943
French Fold, Glittered Card has a windowed small envelope cut out of the front that has a Red, White and Blue Ribbon attached.  The envelope has a little Folded Card inside.  The Card reads:  For My Husband in the Service.  A Note Of Love at Christmas.  Inside reads:  Christmas won't be the same, Sweetheart With you so far away, But my thoughts will be there with you, Every hour of Christmas Day, And across the mile I'm sending, A love that's very deep, And comes straight from a heart, dear, That is yours alone to keep.  The little card reads: There's just one You in all the world.  A Christmas message with all my love, To the darling Husband I'm thinking of.

Mfg. Unknown
Decoration  Day  Series No.1
Circa: Postmarked May 30, 1909
From the Collection of P. Noble
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads:
"For since man first together came
 In righteous bonds no other name
Has borne a purer fairer fame
The Star Spangled Banner."

Mfg. P. Sander N.Y.
Copyright 1908
Circa: Postmarked 1908
Embossed, Gold Leafed Postcard reads:
"July 4 1776"

Mfg.  Unknown
Printed in the U.S.A.
Inscribed August 1943
French Folded Card has a Red, White and Blue Satin Ribbon the runs through the card.  The front has a removable cardboard cut out of the Statue of Liberty.  The card reads:  To our son in the Service.  Inside reads:  we've always thought of you with pride, And feel real proud to say- We keep you always in our hearts and think of you to-day!  And so take care of yourself, Son, And write us often, too, And you know our love and wishes Made Daily Trips To You!

Mfg. Unknown
Circa: Early 1900's
Flat, Gold Leafed Postcard reads: "Lest we forget"

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