Couldn’t resist a print-related Thanksgiving post

Google is my best friend.  Whenever I need to find information, or I am in the “mood” for a certain type of image, I Google it.  And today, on Thanksgiving, I felt like finding vintage printed Thanksgiving cards – and I wasn’t disappointed.  So, for a nice print-themed Thanksgiving post, I wish to share the images I found, all printed and most of them from the 20’s.

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About John Prothero

John Prothero is a print professional with over 30 years experience in the print industry. Starting out as a driver delivering jobs, he worked in bindery, proofing, plating, traditional prepress (camera and stripping), scheduling, job planning, job management, account management and digital job production. His skills also run in the area of blog authorship, social media management, and lead generation and qualification of prospective clients. John is also a contributor to Rhode Island Creative Magazine, a digital publication that highlights the creative spirit of the state of Rhode Island. You can read their online issues at
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