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“Must drop you a card and let you know that we are still alive. Are all well and hope you are the same. Am getting awful tired of the cold weather. Heard you had some little chickens. Elda’s has some but I have not any and not a hen that even wants to set. My geese laid early again.
Esther”

Daffodil Vintage Easter Postcard

1915 vintage Easter postcard published by Pink of Perfection

 

Seems like Esther is green with envy as she came up a little short in an unspoken egg laying competition.  Maybe if Esther played her chickens a little music they would lay more eggs than Elda’s hens lay for her??  He he he.  I just think this is funny as I can picture Esther pouting.

* Remember When Vintage Postcards posts a picture of an antique or vintage postcard’s back when listing it for sale.  If curious, stop by for a visit and browse our postcards to see what was written on their backs.

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May the luck of the Irish be with you.  Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Remember When Vintage Postcards!

1908 P. Sander St. Patricks Day Postcard

1908 P. Sander St. Patricks Day Postcard

 

1914 John Winsch St. Patricks Day Postcard

1914 John Winsch St. Patricks Day Postcard Killarney

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I am fascinated with Victorian fashions.  My many blog posts on the subject attest to that.  I believe Victorian fashions have more personality and style than many of today’s fashions.  Sorry Lady Gaga.  However, today’s blog post is about the opposite.  It is about a piece of clothing with no personality or style.  This blog post is about a Victorian era hat called a “mob cap”. 

The mob cap is simple and serves a basic function – to keep a servant’s hair clean.  The woman in the below vintage postcard is wearing a hat similar to a mop cap (minus the flowers).  It looks rather plain in comparison to other Victorian era hats with feathers and ribbons. 

Lady vintage postcard published by Ullman

1913 vintage postcard published by Ullman of lady wearing hat similar to a mob cap.

* More vintage postcards of woman wearing Victorian fashions can be found in my web store, Remember When Vintage Postcards.

* Be sure to stop back in a couple of days to find out a postcard message’s contribution to winter in April 1909 Redwood Falls, MN.

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