Vintage Christmas Cards, 1967

These pages are from the 1967 Montgomery Ward Christmas Catalog.

An interesting side note on how much our culture has changed is that the Christmas Card Tree holds up to 168 cards.

Who in the world would get 168 cards nowadays?

Every year I send out 25 – 35 and receive about 12.

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Filed under 1967, Christmas, Ephemera, Montgomery Ward, Vintage catalogs, Vintage Christmas, Vintage Christmas Cards

4 responses to “Vintage Christmas Cards, 1967

  1. I enjoyed this post. I was born in 1967!

    • Glad you enjoyed it.

      That was a great year for me (and you, too since you were born then!) and I plan to post more things about it since I got the bid on some wonderful 1965 &1967 Seventeen magazines on ebay awhile back.

      Great music, good television, fantastic fashions.

  2. Carla, I thought I’d let you know I haven’t read Vera’s book, yet. It was among a few a blog reader sent me as she knew I was interested in WWII England. 🙂

    • The book was interesting, in that it was written during the war, but the pacifism just drove me crazy. I’d be interested to know what you think after you’ve read it. Would you let me know?

      I really enjoyed Nella Last’s diary. Is your copy from the war years or post-war?

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