Turn of the Century Christmas

Turn of the Century Christmas

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  • http://www.facebook.com/evan.agresti Evan Agresti

    Hi I have an even better candid photo of christmas in 1908 that I could send to you. It is not posed for at all. It’s of my great grandfather crying as a young child in front of his opened presents. I could email it to you if you contact me on my facebook.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jefferysaddoris Jeffery

    My Mom used to love Christmas and every year, there were so many decorations that the house looked like a Hallmark Store. She would also spend hours wrapping gifts, decorating each one with little toys, glitter and bows that she made by hand…only to be ripped open by me in a matter of seconds.