Friday, March 26, 2010

Postcard Friendship Friday

Would you believe? I didn't have an Easter Postcard in my collection of *paper stuff*.

So I headed over to the New York Public Library and copied the first one that popped up!






Easter Greeting
Easter Joys Be Ever Thine



1912 Postmark

Love from Aunt Pauline
Love the *Master* title of the young man!

Beth is our hostess for Postcard Friendship Friday.
Be sure to visit!


17 comments:

Debs said...

i only have one easter postcard too! funny isn't it?...everybody else seems to have dozens! you borrowed a good one... happy easter and happy PFF!

Dayhomemama said...

Definitely a pretty little boy, Easter always brings out the cute cards!

MuseSwings said...

Lovely card! Aunt Pauline forgot to cross her "t" - looks like she sent the card to a "masher" by the name of Ellwood.

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

It feels like there is a story in just those names - Ellwood Maguire and Aunt Pauline.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Bunnies are cute, no matter where they appear!

Kate T. said...

What a sweet postcard. Thanks for sharing!

Kate

Beth Niquette said...

What a wonderful Easter postcard. Such a cute little fellow!

Happy PFF!

maryt/theteach said...

Didn't know the NY Public Library collected postcards... Gotta go visit! Love the one you chose! :)

Postcardy said...

Cute little boy and little bunnies.

Anya said...

Lovely card
looks almost like antique
hehehe.....

Have a wonderful weekend
Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)

dosfishes said...

I always wished for handwriting like on those old postcards. Alas, not to be. Thanks for sharing.

Kymberly said...

What a sweet postcard you found at your library!! I have never searched our library for vintage postcards...haven't really had the time but I think I will go and see what ours has on file!

Thank you for sharing!Kymberly

viridian said...

happy PFF, and thanks for visiting my blog.

Mary said...

I don't have any Easter postcards, either, and my friend with all the holiday postcards from the early 1900s hasn't lent me any! Interesting font chosen for the message - it's hard to read!

steviewren said...

My favorite vintage cards are the ones with writing on the back. I wonder what Master Ellwood was like as a young boy? Happy PFF!

Lyneen said...

Sweet card love all the little bunnies... PFF

Thanks for stopping by!

www.dakotaboo.com said...

Great Easter postcard - thanks for sharing.