Share a modern Valentines Day eTelegram

By on 2-14-2017 in Blog Post, Stationery

Share a modern Valentines Day eTelegram
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On this Tuesday here are the details to Share a modern Valentines Day eTelegram !

It arrived in my inbox today at lunchtime, from The Smithsonian Online Team.

“One can send their own e-telegram with a message from 1939 to family and friends.”

“Some messages never go out of style! Send your own e-telegram with a message from 1939 to family and friends:”

     “There is a wish in every line of this modern Valentine.”
     “You’re lovely and sweet, a treasure divine. You’re all I want for my Valentine.”
     “Give me just a little sign that you will be my Valentine.”
     “I know I’m lucky because you’re mine; you’ll always be my Valentine.”
     Love may be the last word in some telegrams, but it’s the first in this one.

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Image “Western Union Telegraph Company Records, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. “

With today’s five letters, my #InCoWriMo count is at 70 letters written!   Wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day !

 Anchors Aweigh,  

Helen


Share a modern Valentines Day eTelegram Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today — 

© Teodora8 | Dreamstime.com – Old telegram envelope – Image

Image, and excerpt – The Smithsonian Online Team. Send a Valentine’s Day e-Telegram!

AnchoredScraps.com blog post: Upcoming InCoWriMo February 2017, January 17, 2017. By Helen Rittersporn. International Correspondence Writing Month.