Would You Like a Print from a 19th Century Catalog?

Emma

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I, too, will spend more time than I ought to, looking at that. What a treasure. :) Thank you very much.
 

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You are welcome.

It is a little part of the Smithsonian. So, we can all pat ourselves on the back :).

Can't you imagine a few of these hanging on the wall of our potting shed with a tea kettle whistling on the hot plate and a full cookie jar on the counter? Excuse me while I push the dog out of the Adirondack chair and make myself comfortable . . .

Steve :p
 

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Since I don't have a potting shed I'll have to settle for a few above my desk.... are those chocolate chip cookies Steve?


Thanks for the great link, I'm sending it to my sister, it's right up her alley. :)
 

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These are great! Although I love browsing the modern on-line catalogs, it's easy to see why these old fashioned catalogs were highly anticipated each winter. What a sense of hope and well-being to browse through one of these on a cold winter's day!
 

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