[Christmas Wishes from Emma Vaughan to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Wishes from Emma Vaughan to Jack Vaughan]

Date: 194u
Creator: Vaughan, Emma
Description: Christmas greeting card from Emma Vaughan to Jack Vaughan. It shows an American flag, behind a drawing of the Statue of Liberty.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Greeting Card from Ralph Vaughan to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Greeting Card from Ralph Vaughan to Jack Vaughan]

Date: 194u
Creator: Vaughan, Ralph L.
Description: Greeting card from Ralph Vaughan to Jack Vaughan, sent at Christmas. The front of the card shows a drawing of a man and woman in a horse-drawn sleigh, and the inside shows the man and woman walking away. Ralph writes about his upcoming transfer, and apologizes for not answering Jack's letter in a timely manner.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Greetings from Ruby Vaughan to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Greetings from Ruby Vaughan to Jack Vaughan]

Date: November 18, 1943
Creator: Vaughan, Ruby
Description: Christmas greeting card from Ruby Vaughan to Jack Vaughan. She asks him what he wants for Christmas, and writes about his brother Raymond. There is a drawing of an American flag on the front, and the card is decorated with drawings of mistletoe and poinsettias.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Greeting Card from Mrs. Boyer White to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Greeting Card from Mrs. Boyer White to Jack Vaughan]

Date: 194u
Creator: White, Mrs. Boyer
Description: Christmas greeting card from Mrs. Boyer White to Jack Vaughan. She offers good wishes for Christmas, and mentions having heard from her son, who is stationed in the Solomon Islands.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Card from Mildred Reddy to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Card from Mildred Reddy to Jack Vaughan]

Date: 194u
Creator: Garvin, Mildred Reddy
Description: Christmas greeting card from Mildred Reddy to Jack Vaughan. The front shows a drawing of a shield with red and white stripes and white stars on a blue background, three red, white, and blue candles, and three arrows.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Card from Fay Garvin to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Card from Fay Garvin to Jack Vaughan]

Date: 194u
Creator: Garvin, Fay Vaughan
Description: Christmas greeting card from Fay Garvin and her family to Jack Vaughan. The drawing on the front is of Uncle Sam, set against a red, white, and blue shield.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Wishes from Mildred Reddy, December 2, 1942]

[Christmas Wishes from Mildred Reddy, December 2, 1942]

Date: December 2, 1942
Creator: Garvin, Mildred Reddy
Description: Christmas greeting card from Mildred Reddy to Jack Vaughan, on December 2, 1942. The front shows a drawing of an American flag enclosed in a star, with a red, white, and blue musical staff in the background. She wishes him a merry Christmas, and hopes that he and the army will make it back safely.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Christmas Greetings to Jack Vaughan]

[Christmas Greetings to Jack Vaughan]

Date: 194u
Creator: unknown
Description: Christmas greeting card to Jack Vaughan, showing a drawing of a Marine encircled in a white Christmas wreath.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
Christmas Card

Christmas Card

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Illustrated Christmas card of a red book and adorning mistletoes. Additionally, on the front page, there is a printed line of text that reads, "Season's Greetings." When opened, there are two inscriptions on either side. They read: "When winter comes along the way and it gets close to Christmas Day, then memories and thoughts anew start on their way to folks like you, and wishes rise for your good cheer on Christmas Day and all New Year!" A hand-written notation follows: "Carl, Jo Lee Anne & Carl M Jr."
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
Christmas Card

Christmas Card

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Illustrated Christmas card from Harold and Myrtle Strobel. The front page has an image of Santa Claus holding a bag of gifts. A clock with adorned mistletoes is to the right. The text reads, "It's time for these Good Wishes." When opened, the card shows an image of Santa shooting a rifle at the clock. Accompanying text on this side of the card reads, "so here's shooting the works", and "Merry Christmas Happy New Year! Harold and Myrtle Strobel Family."
Contributing Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society
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