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  • Description: Roses
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    • To my valentine.

    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Women; Roses; Flowers; Hearts

    • Woman with long black hair standing in profile, near roses. She may be holding the roses. She is framed in a heart. The card is decorated with flowers and hearts. Address information dates this card to no later than 1914.
    • Garden at Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Garden at Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Gardens; Trellises; Roses; Lilies; Gazebos; Landscape architecture facilities; Outdoor furniture

    • Beds of lilies line both sides of a walkway leading to a rose-covered trellis arch, or perhaps gazebo on the grounds of Tuliphurst, an estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. Below the roses sits a stone table or birdbath and two rustic wooden chairs. A...
    • Garden at Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Garden at Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Gardens; Trellises; Roses; Lilies; Gazebos; Landscape architecture facilities; Outdoor furniture

    • Beds of lilies line both sides of a walkway leading to a rose-covered trellis arch, or perhaps gazebo on the grounds of Tuliphurst, an estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. Below the roses sits a stone table or birdbath and cast-iron garden benches. A...
    • With best New Year wishes.

    • With best New Year wishes.

    • New Year cards; Roses; Vines; Landscapes (Representations); Flowers

    • Vase with roses in it stands beside an eye-shaped picture of a landscape with a house. A vine with small buds or flowers grows out from the vase. Postmarked 1908 on the verso.
    • Easter greetings.

    • Easter greetings.

    • Easter cards; Chickens; Roses; Flowers; Automobiles

    • Large chick rides in golden automobile driven by a large rabbit in goggles. The car is decorated with large red roses. Labels are handwritten near the chick ("Sam Bayne") and the rabbit ("Dr. Frank"). Sam Bayne was the recipient...
    • To my hearts [sic] best love.

    • To my hearts [sic] best love.

    • Cupids; Valentines; Flowers; Roses; Flowers; Doves; Hearts; Bows (Archery); Arrows

    • Two cupids on a wall or balcony. One holds a drawn bow and arrow; the other holds roses. Two pierced hearts float in the air near the two cupids. A pair of doves nestle nearby. The cupids are near an urn full of flowers. Postmarked 1909 on verso.
    • To my valentine.

    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Scales; Hearts; Arrows; Roses; Flowers

    • Scales formed with a golden bow serving as the "arms" and a pierced heart as the fulcrum. Two containers of roses are balanced. The rest of the inscription reads, "with sunshine always in your heart / May every joy combine / To...
    • To my valentine.

    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Boys; Hearts; Sailboats; Toys; Lakes & ponds; Roses; Flowers

    • Boy standing in pond or lake with toy sail boat. The bottom of the boat is a red heart. The top of the card is decorated with roses. Published by Whitney. Postmarked 1916 on verso.
    • Happy birthday.

    • Happy birthday.

    • Birthday cards; Children; Swings; Horseshoes; Roses; Flowers

    • Boy and girl in horseshoe swing. The ropes holding the swing are decorated with roses. The boy wears a sailor suit and the girl wears a pink dress; she also holds a glass of wine up as if in a toast. The boy and girl have flowers in their lap....
    • Best wishes.

    • Best wishes.

    • Girls; Roses; Flowers; Hearts; Greeting cards

    • Girl's head and neck framed in a gold heart. The frame is surrounded by large roses and other flowers. Printing and address information date this card to before 1914.
    • To my valentine.

    • To my valentine.

    • Valentines; Women; Roses; Flowers

    • Young woman looks up, holding a rose. The woman is partially framed in a heart; there are more roses above her. Published by Schlesinger Bros. Postage requirements date this card to before 1952; styling dates it to the early 20th century.
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