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Posted 1 year ago

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Alfredo
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1931. MUSIC (AND NOISE) DOMINATE JLC'S XMAS COVERS FROM THE 930'S. HERE IS OUR OLD FRIEND, THE JONGLEUR, SINGING HIS HEART OUT

1932. THE NEXT YEAR, IT WAS CAROLERS.

1934. A VICTORIAN YOUNG MOTHER, CAROLING THEIR BABY.

1935. AND IN AN ABRUPT DEPARTURE FROM TRADITION. TWO YUPPIE PARENTS MAKING NOISE TO AMUSE THEIR NEWBORN TANTRUM BABY!

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  1. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    EXACTLY LIKE I DISPLAY THEM DURING THE SEASON! THAT'S WHY I USE FLOATING FRAMES., BECAUSE I CAN ROTATE MY COVERS. WITH A MINIMUM OF FRAME PROBLEMS. THE REST OF THE YEAR, THEY GO BACK TO THEIR FOLDERS.
  2. LeahGoodwin LeahGoodwin, 1 year ago
    All four are great illustrations. I love the 1935 cover. Baby's 1st Christmas reminds me of my Joshua's 1st Birthday. Certainly rings a few bells and whistles... :)
  3. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
    interesting cover for 1935 - during the depression - a spoiled baby and yuppie parents. almost bitter or something??
  4. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    I think he is primarily pointing out the true nature of the supposed holiday: a shopping frenzy.

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