1930 Substitute Christmas Card for the Great Depression

Sold

Stock #: 835974
Type: Postcard
Era: White Border
City: Watertown
State: Wisconsin (WI)
County: Dodge,Jefferson
Postmark: 1930 Dec-20
PM City: Watertown
PM State: Wis
Stamp: 1c
Size: 3.25" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
Other Categories:
Additional Details:
Message explains that the sender cannot afford real Christmas cards and so is sending simple text postcards.
From the Darlene Thorne Collection

Purchase Scan Comments & Reviews Send

Front:
Owing to the rumors of depression and the printers unwillingness to sell Christmas cards without cash in advance, it is with regret but in a seasonably chastened mood we send you by this homely means our sincere wish for your Merry Xmas and a happier 1931. eniem by howye.ureteufoythe rry. erffomur 2.urndowbngrn Watertown, Wis. 20gl hynglpilgingt werhottheyhall been drinpinfz Holidays 1930-31

Back:
TERTON CFC 202 1930 1 PM WIS: (THIS SIDE OF CARD IS FOR ADDRESS EFFERS RSON Mrs. E.T. Cherdron, Cedarburg Wis. DEPRESSION ool 125

Post a public comment, question or review: