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My grandmother, who was born in 1878 and died in 1962 kept a postcard scrapbook. Among the postcards in her scrapbook was this Easter card depicting some daffodils emerging from a snowy landscape. There is a verse by Thomas Blackburn beneath the illustration which reads, "Awake thou wintery earth. Fling off they sadness, Fair vernal flowers laugh forth your ancient gladness. Christ is risen." The image dates from the early 1900's, meaning it's at least one hundred years old.
I scanned the image at 300dpi and have provided it as an instant download so you can print it yourself and make your own Easter card.
The images measures approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches, about the size of a small postcard. It will probably look best if it is not printed larger than this size.
NOTE: Your downloaded image will not contain the watermark shown in the photos.
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