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Utilities Indemnity Exchange

Utilities Indemnity Exchange

This card bears the dates 1917 and 1918 in the masthead, flanking a scene of two cabins with smoke rising from their chimneys, several pine trees, and a setting sun. The sentiment is more formal as this is a corporate greeting card.

Christmas Greetings

and all good wishes for your

health, happiness and prosperity

Utilities Indemnity Exchange

Lynton T. Block

The card was sent to Pauline Culbertson in Spiceland, IN, with the pencil-scrawled note of “Wish you a Merry Xmas and a happy New Year.”

One thought on “A corporate greeting

  1. IntenseGuy says:

    Lynton T(aber) Block & Co. was based in Saint Louis, Missouri around 1920. He was born 2 Dec 1875.

    Pauline Culbertson (Mar. 25, 1906 – Jun. 6, 1976) later married Albert Zemmerman.

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