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Nice job. very interesting.
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Thank you Carol! So kind!!
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Happy Thanksgiving to one and all.
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Thank you Peggy
Worcester death records for 1850 show that “Sidney O. Francis (colored)” died from consumption on March 2.
Thanks for the nice card, Cheryl. Hope to see you next year.
I have a Whitney Made Valentine that belonged to my mother that she received 90 years ago.
Thanks Nancy and Tim!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. See you in the Spring!!
This t-shirt gets comments everywhere I go! It’s a winner.
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.
Thanks so much!
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.
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?
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.
I have a card printed by Whitney, I wondered how old it is? Are they worth anything?
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.
Great article, thank you. Recently purchased an early Whitney Valentine Card and now I have the history behind it.
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!