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Vintage Announcements and Thank You Cards

Do you love looking at old wedding or birth announcements?  Are you intrigued by correspondence from “days gone by”? Then join this community!

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In acknowledgment of Your Kindness

This card was sent to my family upon the death of a nephew. He was a young man of about 25 and left a young wife of the same age and a 2 year old son. His wife never remarried and is now battling cancer.

It's A Glamour Girl

This is one of my favorite announcements. It was sent to my family in 1962 announcing the birth of a distant family member. Inside it reads "A glamour girl Has come to stay With the proudest of parents In the U.S.A."

We Have a Baby Girl!

Born in 1962 in Oklahoma this little girl is a distant relative.

We Have New Baby

Here is a simple announcement of a distant cousin born in Oklahoma in 1967. Inside it reads: "Just have to share the happy news That has us so excited And let you know the reason Why we both are so delighted"

The Fast that I was Coming...

This is one of the announcements my grandmother's youngest sister sent to her on the birth of her daughter in New York in 1964. Inside is a cute poem with a picture of baby girl crawling in a cameo. It reads "If I'd wear Pink or Blue!...P.S. I wear pink".

In acknowledgment of Your Kindness

This card was sent to my family upon the death of a nephew. He was a young man of about 25 and left a young wife of the same age and a 2 year old son. His wife never remarried and is now battling cancer.

It's A Glamour Girl

This is one of my favorite announcements. It was sent to my family in 1962 announcing the birth of a distant family member. Inside it reads "A glamour girl Has come to stay With the proudest of parents In the U.S.A."

We Have a Baby Girl!

Born in 1962 in Oklahoma this little girl is a distant relative.

We Have New Baby

Here is a simple announcement of a distant cousin born in Oklahoma in 1967. Inside it reads: "Just have to share the happy news That has us so excited And let you know the reason Why we both are so delighted"

The Fast that I was Coming...

This is one of the announcements my grandmother's youngest sister sent to her on the birth of her daughter in New York in 1964. Inside is a cute poem with a picture of baby girl crawling in a cameo. It reads "If I'd wear Pink or Blue!...P.S. I wear pink".

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