A Holiday Surprise: Descendants Get 100-Year-Old Holiday Cards From Their Ancestors – MyHeritage November 26, 2020

I saw this on MyHeritage recently- A Holiday Surprise: Descendants Get 100-Year-Old Holiday Cards From Their Ancestors: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/11/a-holiday-surprise-descendants-get-100-year-old-holiday-cards-from-their-ancestors/. Reminder: MyHeritageDNA Black Friday Sale ends today. Much longer article, but here’s a sample.

By Talya November 26, 2020  Family HistoryHistorical RecordsHolidaysUser Stories

Oh the joy of receiving personalized Seasons Greetings from family and friends! This stalwart tradition of connecting with loved ones around the holidays may have evolved over the years, but the sentiment to share holiday cheer has endured.

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Though relatives and friends may not be gathering this year as they normally would, the COVID-19 era has taught us that there are many other meaningful ways to connect. While it’s amazing to have the technology to speak to loved ones with a laptop or phone, others might opt for the tried-and-true holiday cards that were once the standard for their ancestors. Such cards may not allow us to hear the voices or see the faces of the cards’ senders and recipients, but their words live on and may be cherished for years to come. .  

Here are some holiday cards from yesteryear that MyHeritage researchers found, and the stories that were unearthed as a result.

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https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/11/a-holiday-surprise-descendants-get-100-year-old-holiday-cards-from-their-ancestors/

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