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Easter ephemera


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A presentation of my collection of Easter cards, from 1900 through the early 1950s. Images of Easter Crosses, Easter Eggs, Children, Bunnies, Chicks, and more. Nostalgic and fun to view. May be used for community programs, schools, museums, libraries, service groups, but not for resale or reproduction. Copyrighted, Judy M Johnson, 2011

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Easter ephemera

  1. 1. Easter Ephemera Compiled from the Collection of Judy M Johnson <ul><li>I come from a family of “paper nuts” and have stacks and scrapbooks full of images on paper of all kinds. </li></ul><ul><li>I love vintage images with their charm, innocence, rich colors and fine artwork. </li></ul><ul><li>Here’s a variety of Easter Themes in greeting cards and post cards. </li></ul>
  2. 2. Easter Angels Early 1900s
  3. 3. Easter Angels Early 1900s
  4. 4. Easter Crosses Early 1900s
  5. 5. More Crosses
  6. 6. Floral Crosses Early 1900s
  7. 7. Complex Floral Crosses Early 1900s
  8. 8. Complex Floral Crosses Early 1900s
  9. 9. Easter Bunnies Early 1900s
  10. 10. Easter Bunnies Early 1900s
  11. 11. Easter Chicks Early 1900s
  12. 12. Easter Chicks
  13. 13. Easter Chicks
  14. 14. Easter Chicks Early 1900s
  15. 15. Easter Eggs
  16. 16. Easter Eggs Early 1900s
  17. 17. Easter Eggs
  18. 18. Easter Children Early 1900s
  19. 19. Easter Children
  20. 20. Easter Children
  21. 21. Easter Children Early 1900s
  22. 22. 1950s Easter Cards
  23. 23. 1950s Easter Cards
  24. 24. 1950s Easter Cards
  25. 25. 1950s Easter Cards
  26. 26. <ul><li>This program may be downloaded for personal viewing or educational use; </li></ul><ul><li>Not to be repackaged or resold in any form whatsoever. </li></ul><ul><li>Copyright 2011, Judy M Johnson </li></ul> <ul><li>Dozens of sheets of images for collage, scrap-booking and paper-crafting may be found at my website. </li></ul><ul><li>Themes: Movies & TV, vintage photos, children, florals, animals, pretty ladies, fairies, angels, architecture, art deco, storybook, art nouveau, and more…. </li></ul>
  27. 27. 1950s Easter Card Collecting Vintage Cards Is fun, fairly easy to find, and not very expensive. I’ve gotten some of my best prices at messy, crowded old antique shops. Antique malls offer lots of opportunities too. You might have to spend a lot of time bending over to find all those boxes of paper goodies under the tables. Online shopping is fun too. But stick to your budget and don’t overpay. Turn of the century -20s cards can be had for $1 to $10 or more. 30s-50s cards can be found for 50 cents to a couple dollars each.