Dance card, pressed flower, and paper valentine pasted in a diary, 1908. Edith K.O. Clark papers, #12580, Box 1.
Front of Valentine’s Day greeting sent by a friend to Elma Brown , 1926. Elma Brown papers, #300019, Box 1, Scrapbook.
Inside of Valentine’s Day greeting sent by a friend to Elma Brown , 1926. Elma Brown papers, #300019, Box 1, Scrapbook.
Home Bakery window display, Laramie, Wyoming, February 1941, night-time photography, neon lights lighting a collection of heart shaped cakes. Home Bakery window display, 1941, University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center, Ludwig Svenson Collection, negative number 33857.1
Hearts . . . candy . . . flowers; today people are celebrating their love for one another. Check out these expressions of the holiday from the first half of the twentieth century; with flowers, stickers, paper greetings, and cake (mmm). How will you remember today?