Thursday, December 20, 2007


Henry Burr, "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" 1908

Harry MacDonough and the Hayden Quartet, "Winter" 1905

Robert Gayler, "Christmas Eve" 1912

The Edison Concert Band, "Ring the Bells for Christmas" 1907


Anonymous said...

I clicked on this site because I am so sentimental when it comes to Christmastime and saw the old postcards. I am 49 yrs old, but my parents were old when they had me (dad b. 1908) (mom b. 1917). They are gone, but they left me with a love of old things - things of their time. I am drawn - no pun intended! to whimsical art on old postcards and really, anything in the whimsy area of old. I love all the old music of the 20s, 30s, and 40s as much of it is so sweet and beautiful. A bit corny but I really like the seeming innocence of those days. Same with the art - particularly childrens' book illustrations. Anyway, thanks for this site. I just randomly clicked on it. I used to live in Seattle too, so it was a fun site to click around on. Good luck with your artistic endeavors!

Yarntangler said...

I love vintage cards. What a lovely blog post this was to find. Now I need to figure out how to put music on mine!

Merry Christmas!

Vickie Wallace Wilson said...

Loving that to know who that is.

Vickie Wallace Wilson said...

Loving that music...who is that by the way?