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On the heels of Happy Thanksgiving, Canada!, I offer this recognizably American motif, from an undated postcard (c. 1905) from my collection. That is One Large Turkey, or one very small girl. Happy Holidays to all, whether you’re celebrating or not!
family history, thanksgiving, turkey, american
A short bio, eh? I am Sheila, & I am short.
Lovely card Sheila …
Thank you kindly, Tom. I am endlessly intrigued by the quality of these old cards!
Beautiful vintage image for Thanksgiving!
Many thanks, Angie, & for the favorite! Over the river & through the woods any day now!!
Wonderful postcard Sheila – have to agree re the large turkey or small girl – some perspective !
Thanks, Roy. I keep coming up with these old gems, but I need a new scanner!
Seems the eater is in danger of being eaten by the eatee!!
HaHa! The eatee role reversed, eh? Thanks, Meg.
Love these old fashioned cards Sheila and this one’s a gem. Have to fave it. >Ron<
Thanks, Ron. Not sure our T’giving turkey will be quite this big (this may be the definition of a Tough Old Bird), but I’m sure it will be tasty. Especially nice as we’re going elsewhere for dinner, & I don’t have to cook! Thanks for the favorite, too.
Like a lot…..Superb
Thanks so much, Bobby, & for the favorite! Thanksgiving is coming up on Thursday, & one of the things I’m thankful for is my great group of friends on RedBubble, you among them!!
Beautiful old Xmas card Shelia!
It’s actually a Thanksgiving card, but what with the horrors of Black Friday & its shopping frenzy, the two holidays have become more or less interchangeable anyway! And turkeys have to watch out for either dinner…. In any event, I love all these marvelous antique cards, too, & am happy to share them. Thanks, Roy, & for the favorite.
Silly me, hehe! I’m xmas in the head lol! Have a great evening Shelia! Cheers Roy!
Classic, the old one’s are still the best Sheila :o) xx
Thanks, pal, & for the favorite. Indeed.
Excellent work :)