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  • John Sullivan Miter

    Nice job. very interesting.

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  • Colleen

    Thank you Carol! So kind!!

  • Eileen M Monte

    Happy Thanksgiving to one and all.

    • Eileen M Monte

      Thank you Peggy

  • Marie

    Ahh memories!

  • David Fiske

    Worcester death records for 1850 show that “Sidney O. Francis (colored)” died from consumption on March 2.

  • Greg Lovell

    Thanks for the nice card, Cheryl. Hope to see you next year.

  • Rosalee Sinn

    I have a Whitney Made Valentine that belonged to my mother that she received 90 years ago.

  • Jorsy

    Classic dresses!

  • Elaine Breen

    Thanks Nancy and Tim!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. See you in the Spring!!

  • Jim McClure

    Very cool!

  • James Raby

    This t-shirt gets comments everywhere I go! It’s a winner.

  • Hazel Lindsay

    I collect vintage Christmas cards and have many published by Whitney. I have been trying to find more information on the company and wish to thank you for this site.

  • Carol Batchelder

    Thanks so much!

  • Yvonne Galliher

    I may have an orriginal George C. Whitney bible in my possession. My husband and I aquired it from my uncle, an antique dealer. Would you at all be interested in seeing it? Please contact me at uour earliest convenience. Thank you.

  • David Herdrich

    Later, 1918, and far away at the Naval Station in American Samoa during it’s annual Flag Day event there was a Baby Show. The Program for Flag Day that year put the event this way, “Baby Show. First Prize: For best PHYSICAL specimen of full blood Samoan Baby, under two years of age, $5.00. Second Prize: For any baby under three years of age, wearing the prettiest costume faa-Samoa, $3.00. Did someone who remembered the P.T. Barnum shows stage it? Or were there other Baby Shows that happened between Barnum’s last in 1863 and 1918?

  • Juliet Harrington

    I was wondering if you could help me identify the year of publication of a beautiful Whitney card entitled Ninety Years Ago (When Grandfather Danced with Grandmother). I found it in my grandmother’s album. Thank you.

  • Colleen Parry

    I have a card printed by Whitney, I wondered how old it is? Are they worth anything?

  • Bob Valentine

    I have a sign that reads VALENTINES. Geo. Whitney Worcesrer,Mass. It is pressed cardboard and is 5′ x 1′. How old could it be? Thanks.

  • Ramsey

    Great article, thank you. Recently purchased an early Whitney Valentine Card and now I have the history behind it.

  • Leslie

    I have some Whitney valentines and they are so beautifully printed that I can hardly bear to look at the cheap and tawdry things that are sold now. I wish that someone would bring the Whitney company and factory back to ilfe!


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