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Christmas cards

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Greeting cards that are sent or given as expressions of goodwill at Christmastime. The first Christmas cards were made in the 1840s in England. The tradition is followed in all English-speaking countries and the practice is growing in many others.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Cards – Christmas Cards

 Series
Scope and Contents Born in Lake Berrien, Michigan in 1899, George Dewey Arend was the son of George and Athalia Arend. And Miriam was born in 1900 to Ota D. Avery and Lulah Avery in Three Rivers Michigan. They would meet during their time at Western Michigan University, which at the time it was known as Western State Normal School. In September of 1922 George and Miriam would marry and relocate permanently to Kalamazoo. Four years later, on June 11, 1925 Miriam would give birth to their one and only son, Dean...

Cards – Christmas, Thanksgiving, Miscellaneous

 Series
Scope and Contents Born in Lake Berrien, Michigan in 1899, George Dewey Arend was the son of George and Athalia Arend. And Miriam was born in 1900 to Ota D. Avery and Lulah Avery in Three Rivers Michigan. They would meet during their time at Western Michigan University, which at the time it was known as Western State Normal School. In September of 1922 George and Miriam would marry and relocate permanently to Kalamazoo. Four years later, on June 11, 1925 Miriam would give birth to their one and only son, Dean...

Esther Lane

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3996
Scope and Contents Black and white and color photographs of Esther Louise Lane and class composites from her teaching career in Parchment, Michigan. Majority of the photographs are from Esther's years teaching at South Elementary and Central Elementary in Parchment, Michigan, from 1945-1980. There is a large photograph of the Western Michigan Alumni Glee Club and several Christmas cards from students.

Miscellaneous Christmas Cards

 File — Box 1: [31141023903797], Folder: 12
Scope and Contents Black and white and color photographs of Esther Louise Lane and class composites from her teaching career in Parchment, Michigan. Majority of the photographs are from Esther's years teaching at South Elementary and Central Elementary in Parchment, Michigan, from 1945-1980. There is a large photograph of the Western Michigan Alumni Glee Club and several Christmas cards from students.