From Abitare magazine, a card for Andrew Murray Roofing from McLaren McCann, Toronto.
A Monday morning cup for you.
Three postcards for Talmone chocolate, Turin, Italy, circa 1901, by Franz Laskoff, from the magnificent book, The Postcard Age: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection (2012), with text by Lynda Klich and Benjamin Weiss, published by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
A bit of found art from a closet.
A postcard for the teas of Thomas Seymour Mead of Manchester, England.
While I’m on Clarence Underwood, how about this appeal for the “Our Boys in France Tobacco Fund”? Who could say ‘no’ to writing like this: “A soldier or sailor craves tobacco. A smoke cheers his lonely days and nights in the trenches or aboard ship; home and friends loom up in the fragrant puffs… Even if you object to tobacco personally, think of those who long for its comforts and let your contribution come without delay.”