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1036-040N-NA7 Greeting Card | Adopting the 5 pointed star

Greeting Card | Adopting the 5 pointed star

On July 2, 1776, the Thirteen Colonies legally separated from Great Britain. Once the decision had been made, Congress focused their attention on the official Declaration of Independence to help...
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1026-003N-NA7 Greeting Card | August 1908

Greeting Card | August 1908

Good Housekeeping was founded in 1885 by Clark W. Bryan as a woman's magazine featuring articles about women's interests, product testing, recipes, diet, health and literary articles. In...
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1026-035N-NA7 Greeting Card | August 1909

Greeting Card | August 1909

Good Housekeeping was founded in 1885 by Clark W. Bryan as a woman's magazine featuring articles about women's interests, product testing, recipes, diet, health and literary articles. In...
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1096-014N-NA7 Greeting Card | Baby Carriage patent [1910]

Greeting Card | Baby Carriage patent [1910]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-003N-NA7 Greeting Card | Cake Dough Mixer patent [1899]

Greeting Card | Cake Dough Mixer patent [1899]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-028N-NA7 Greeting Card | Clothes Washer patent [1913]

Greeting Card | Clothes Washer patent [1913]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-012N-NA7 Greeting Card | Clothes Wringer patent [1921]

Greeting Card | Clothes Wringer patent [1921]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-010N-NA7 Greeting Card | Clothespin patent [1921]

Greeting Card | Clothespin patent [1921]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-002N-NA7 Greeting Card | Coffee Mill patent [1879]

Greeting Card | Coffee Mill patent [1879]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-004N-NA7 Greeting Card | Combined Gas and Coal Range patent [1920]

Greeting Card | Combined Gas and Coal Range patent [1920]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-103N-NA7 Greeting Card | Cork-Screw patent [1876]

Greeting Card | Cork-Screw patent [1876]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1096-009N-NA7 Greeting Card | Egg Beater patent [1922]

Greeting Card | Egg Beater patent [1922]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1129-020N-NA7 Greeting Card | Expecting?

Greeting Card | Expecting?

The WPA was created by President F. D. Roosevelt and funded by congress as part of the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935. It employed millions of Americans to carry out public works projects...
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1162-811N-NA7 Greeting Card | K stands for Kitchen-maid

Greeting Card | K stands for Kitchen-maid

Louis William Wain [1860-1939] was an English artist, who was best known for his drawings featuring large-eyed cats. At age 23, he married his sister's governess, who died 3 years later from...
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1096-006N-NA7 Greeting Card | Kitchen Sink patent [1921]

Greeting Card | Kitchen Sink patent [1921]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1036-016N-NA7 Greeting Card | Liberty and Union now and Forever

Greeting Card | Liberty and Union now and Forever

On July 2, 1776, the Thirteen Colonies legally separated from Great Britain. Once the decision had been made, Congress focused their attention on the official Declaration of Independence to help...
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1162-813N-NA7 Greeting Card | M is for Mother Cat

Greeting Card | M is for Mother Cat

Louis William Wain [1860-1939] was an English artist, who was best known for his drawings featuring large-eyed cats. At age 23, he married his sister's governess, who died 3 years later from...
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1303-022N-NA7 Greeting Card | Mother Opossum

Greeting Card | Mother Opossum

Animal Children: The Friends of the Forest and the Plain by Edith Kirkwood, was published in 1913. The book consists of 85 illustrations of various animals paired with poems. As written in the...
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1303-052N-NA7 Greeting Card | Mrs. Kangaroo

Greeting Card | Mrs. Kangaroo

Animal Children: The Friends of the Forest and the Plain by Edith Kirkwood, was published in 1913. The book consists of 85 illustrations of various animals paired with poems. As written in the...
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1070-013N-NA7 Greeting Card | Old Doctor Stork

Greeting Card | Old Doctor Stork

Bird Children: The Little Playmates of the Flower Children by Elizabeth Gordon, was published in 1912. The book consists of 85 beautiful illustrations of various birds, and poems to go with them. As...
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1096-007N-NA7 Greeting Card | Refrigerator patent [1885]

Greeting Card | Refrigerator patent [1885]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1162-820N-NA7 Greeting Card | T is a Tabby

Greeting Card | T is a Tabby

Louis William Wain [1860-1939] was an English artist, who was best known for his drawings featuring large-eyed cats. At age 23, he married his sister's governess, who died 3 years later from...
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1096-011N-NA7 Greeting Card | Tea Cartridge patent [1923]

Greeting Card | Tea Cartridge patent [1923]

The first North American patent was granted to Samuel Winslow in 1641 by the Massachusetts General Court for a new process of making salt. In 1790, the first congress adopted a Patent Act, under...
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1117-004N-NA7 Greeting Card | The Job of Being a Parent

Greeting Card | The Job of Being a Parent

The WPA was created by President F. D. Roosevelt and funded by congress as part of the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935. It employed millions of Americans to carry out public works projects...
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1213-008N-NA7 Greeting Card | The Nursery

Greeting Card | The Nursery

In the 1890’s Charles Dana Gibson introduced the “Gibson Girl”. These pen and ink drawings portrayed the personification of the feminine women for a 20 year span. The Gibson girl...
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