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"The Christmas Float"  -1960's- Hess's Dept. Store/Allentown, Pa.(Postcard--#72)

"The Christmas Float" -1960's- Hess's Dept. Store/Allentown, Pa.(Postcard--#72)

TV Times 1978, featuring Morecambe & Wise (taking the piss out of 007): John Eric Bartholomew, OBE (1926-1984), known by his stage name 'Eric Morecambe', and Ernest Wiseman, OBE (1925-1999), known by his stage name 'Ernie Wise'

TV Times 1978, featuring Morecambe & Wise (taking the piss out of 007): John Eric Bartholomew, OBE (1926-1984), known by his stage name 'Eric Morecambe', and Ernest Wiseman, OBE (1925-1999), known by his stage name 'Ernie Wise'

VINTAGE CHRISTMAS CARD HOLDER~PLASTIC CHAIN HOOKS FOIL ANGELS~KRESGE~NOS

World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White

The Lively Morgue: Nov. 28, 1949: The annual raising of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. It was 76-footer, eventually adorned with 7,500 lights and 500 plastic globes, but not before getting sprayed with “a war-time product — a white camouflage paint. Two hundred gallons of this sufficed to give the seventy-five-year-old tree its silvery appearance,” reported The Times. Photo: William C. Eckenberg/The New York Times

The Lively Morgue: Nov. 28, 1949: The annual raising of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. It was 76-footer, eventually adorned with 7,500 lights and 500 plastic globes, but not before getting sprayed with “a war-time product — a white camouflage paint. Two hundred gallons of this sufficed to give the seventy-five-year-old tree its silvery appearance,” reported The Times. Photo: William C. Eckenberg/The New York Times

The Best Christmas Movies of All Time << Movie & TV News and Interviews – Rotten Tomatoes

25 Best Christmas Movies of All Time

I still have the original recipe insert that came in our flour I believe. It has been taped so many times, I just decided to copy it to my computer files so I could have it without worrying about it falling apart. I decided I’d check to see if you might have it on your website and what a JOY to see it in its original version! I have made this so many times, and shared it with friends and family. It continues to be my favorite frosted cookie—.

I still have the original recipe insert that came in our flour I believe. It has been taped so many times, I just decided to copy it to my computer files so I could have it without worrying about it falling apart. I decided I’d check to see if you might have it on your website and what a JOY to see it in its original version! I have made this so many times, and shared it with friends and family. It continues to be my favorite frosted cookie—.

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