Friday, February 13, 2015

Innocent Love

I haven't been writing posts recently but I couldn't let Valentine's Day pass without sending a greeting to all you special people I've gotten to know through linky parties.  

Searching through my box of vintage Valentine postcards, this  delightful series of greetings remind me of the tokens that children would swap with their school mates.
Based on copyright marks and postmarks,
 these postcards date during the 1911-1912 time frame.

Don't you love the sailor suits that young boys wore in this era?

This shy miss is hopeful ...

And, even at such a tender age, a heart can be broken.

Happy Valentine's Day!

Until next time, live and love well.

Join me this week and share your heartfelt greeting at:
What's It Wednesday at Ivy and Elephants
Share Your Cup at Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson
Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound

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