I remember the Valentine’s Day cards of the 50′s – the ones we exchanged in grammar school (that’s what we called elementary school). They were mostly funny, sweet, and complete with sugary clichés. The Valentine cards shown here are older and speak to a slightly different take on expressing affection. Can you imagine the phone calls you’d get if you sent your child to school with these today?
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