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This the season… via TikTok [Video]

December 1st, 2020 No comments

’This the season… via Instagram

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’This the season… via Instagram

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Order Now! Vintage Christmas Magazine Cover from Women’s Home Companion (1932) Christmas Cards from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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Christmas 2020 – 6 in a series – Antique Wood Christmas Tree

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Order Now! “The Christmas Tree” Vintage Christmas Print by Winslow Homer (1858) Christmas Cards from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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Order Now! “The Christmas Tree” Vintage Christmas Print by Winslow Homer (1858) Christmas Cards from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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Christmas 2020 – 5 in a series – No. 9 Soft Ginger Cookies | Welch’s 24th Annual Christmas Cookie Party

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Order Now! Vintage Christmas Magazine Cover from Home Arts (1937) Christmas Cards from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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Christmas 2020 – 4 in a series – Holiday Lights 2012 [Video]

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Order Now! “Christmas Belles” Vintage Christmas Print by Winslow Homer (1869) Christmas Cards from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

November 28th, 2020 No comments

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$2.98 Each

$2.38 when you buy 3+
$2.09 when you buy 10+
$1.94 when you buy 50+

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Digitally printed cards on heavyweight stock
Uncoated blank interior provides a superior writing surface
Each card comes with a kraft envelope for mailing or gifting

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Christmas 2020 – 3 in a series – White Christmas: The Story of an American Song

November 28th, 2020 No comments

Christmas 2020 – 3 in a series – White Christmas: The Story of an American Song

Christmas 2020 - 3 in a series - White Christmas: The Story of an American Song

When Irving Berlin first conceived the song “White Christmas,” he envisioned it as a “throwaway” — a satirical novelty number for a vaudeville-style stage revue. By the time Bing Crosby introduced the tune in the winter of 1942, it had evolved into something far grander: the stately yuletide ballad that would become the world’s all-time top-selling and most widely recorded song.
In this vividly written narrative, Jody Rosen provides both the fascinating story behind the making of America’s favorite Christmas carol and a cultural history of the nation that embraced it. Berlin, the Russian-Jewish immigrant who became his adopted country’s greatest pop troubadour, had written his magnum opus — what one commentator has called a “holiday Moby-Dick” — a timeless song that resonates with some of the deepest themes in American culture: yearning for a mythic New England past, belief in the magic of the “merry and bright” Christmas season, longing for the havens of home and hearth. Today, the song endures not just as an icon of the national Christmas celebration but as the artistic and commercial peak of the golden age of popular song, a symbol of the values and strivings of the World War II generation, and of the saga of Jewish-American assimilation. With insight and wit, Rosen probes the song’s musical roots, uncovering its surprising connections to the tradition of blackface minstrelsy and exploring its unique place in popular culture through six decades of recordings by everyone from Bing Crosby to Elvis Presley to *NSYNC. White Christmas chronicles the song’s legacy from jaunty ragtime-era Tin Pan Alley to the elegant world of midcentury Broadway and Hollywood, from the hardscrabble streets where Irving Berlin was reared to the battlefields of World War II where American GIs made “White Christmas” their wartime anthem, and from the Victorian American past that the song evokes to the twenty-first-century present where Berlin’s masterpiece lives on as a kind of secular hymn.

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