Vintage Memorial & Decoration Day Postcards
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- Decoration Day
- Decoration Day: "Honor the brave." Printed in Saxony. From the Raphael Tuck & Sons' "Decoration Day" postcard series.
- Decoration Day: "Pride, and glory, and honor, all / Live in the colors to stand or fall." Printed in Germany. From the Raphael Tuck & Sons' "Decoration Day" postcard series.
- Decoration Day, c. 1910
- Memorial Day, Early, c 1900's: Review, Soldier's Home, CA
- Memorial Day, c. 1906-1911: "Since they kissed the lads they loved so dear, and sent them to the front" -- Chapman
- Memorial Day, c 1906-1911: "When Can Their Glory Fade" -- Chapman
- Memorial Day, c. 1909: "That we might enjoy liberty in a united republic, those whose bodies lie buried here died. Their devotion to country and posterity was a noble sacrifice."
- Memorial Day, c 1909: "To day the thronging million troop / Where floats that standard in their view / And ours, dear Flag, the joy to stand / Beneath thee loyal to our Land" -- Chapman. Published by International Art Co.
- Memorial Day, c. 1910: Card made in Germany.
- Memorial Day, c. 1910: Carnations
- Memorial Day, c. 1910: "One
Country Undivided, Liberty and Justice For All"
- Memorial Day: "Glory guards, with solemn round, The bivouac of the dead!"
- Memorial Day: "Let Flora's Rarest Banners Wave / And Fold About The Soldier's Grave"
- Memorial Day: "Nor shall their story be forgot, While Fame her record keeps."
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