Happy Easter: Vintage Easter Photos

I just wanted to drop in and wish everyone a Happy Easter!  It has been a beautiful day here today.  The shop was fun, but I think lots of people are traveling.  Traffic into the shop was light.  Here are a few more vintage and antique images for Easter!

Family postcard from the early 1900s (my children’s paternal great-grandmother).
“One who claims that he knows about it, Tells me the earth is a vale of sin, But I and the bees and the flowers doubt it, And think it’s a world worth living in.” Family postcard from the early 1900s (my children’s paternal great-grandmother).
Family postcard from the early 1900s (my children’s paternal great-grandmother).
Family in prayer. 1878
Want a lozenge, Fido? 1878
Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus. Phil: II. 5
Little girl at the garden gate.

Enjoy this day!
Lynn

Free Victorian Graphics: 1800s Illustrations

Friends, please enjoy these illustrations. They are all from 1878, which is a pretty good indication that copyright long ago expired.

I am surrounded by happy, purring kitties. Sunshine has been pouring down out of the sky today. Flowers are bloomin.

Enjoy this day!

1878 illustration.
Sweet little girl, caring for her pet. 1878
1878 illustration.
He Careth For You. A beautiful illustration from 1878.

Beautiful, Beautiful Spring

Which way shall I turn?  A window plant?  A cat?  A walk in the park?  Working in my garden spot at Jason’s?  I think I need spring, the earth, plants, and a good soaking water of newly planted flowers, the kind that leaves the air smelling like dirt and promise.  That is what I need.  I need spring!

Here are some photos of recent activity.  On Monday I took the day off work to celebrate my birthday!  Happy Birthday to me!  Jason took me out to eat.  On Tuesday night we went to see The Steve Miller band.  Let me tell you, Steve Miller hasn’t lost a thing!  He was great!  Even today, Jason is preparing the yard so that I can get there and play in the flowers on my time off.  I am so needing spring.  More than ever in my life.  Here’s to spring!

Azalea in bloom.
DPAC the evening of Steve Miller concert.
Pretty little miss statue, sits near my desk.
Favorite vintage postcard of my collection, complete with letter home from soldier.
Yummy Angus Barn dessert, after birthday dinner with Jason.
Tiny little patch of phlox in bloom.

Enjoy this day!
Lynn

William II. Brown and Miss Eleanor Brannon marriage

A clipping from the news, circa 1866:

MARRIED

On the 4th instant, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. G. W. Anderson (Andersen?), Wm II. Brown and Miss Eleanor Brannon — both of Clarke county.

This clipping was taken from a journal from the mid 1800s with newspaper clippings dated 1866. Other clippings, including this one, are not dated.