Something lavish for your letters and cards. Color it in if you wish...
|Just kissing in the bushes I suppose.|
|Text, "He did! and we were together constantly during the cruise!|
The night before we docked... 'Sue, Darling!'" A couple kiss on a moonlit cruise.
|A couple embrace in the moonlight in formal wear. Text,|
"That's a thing of the past! Now I'd like to start planning the
future with you! If You'll consider it! Oh, Brad!
Of course I will!" (Guys name Brad get around a lot.)
|Parking and sparking, a couple kisses passionately in the car.|
Text, "I know now that Gil couldn't have loved me
very much and left me as he did! I'll never leave
you, Muriel! Will you marry me real soon?"
|These two are so overwhelmed they can't even kiss.|
Text, "Darling, I love you! There aren't words enough to say how much!"
|This guy a bit uncertain says, "There isn't anyone else,|
is there? Oh, no! There's never been anyone but you!
|The Founder of the Business.|
|Col. Andrew Dennison's Home, Brunswick, Me.|
|On this bench the first boxes were made.|
|The man who started the|
|Above, The Swift Block, Brunswick, Me. Below, The Poland Block, Brunswick, Me. Inset, An Old-time Group.|
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5
|The New Dunlap Block, Brunswick, Me.|
|A Model of the First Box|
|E. W. Dennison's Boston|
Store at 163 Milk Street.
|Mr. Dennison's First Partner.|
|Above, The original New York Office. Below, the store at 5th Ave and 26th St. 1919.|
|This Machine Turned Out|
the First Jewelers' Tags.
|View of Dennishon Plant|
|Above, One of the Original Tag Machines. It Is Still Running|
Below, A New Tag Machine with All of the Latest Improvements
|The Original Christmas Tags and Seals and a Few of the Christmas Designs form 1919.|
|Office in Buenos Aires|
Corner of London Salesroom
|Office at Framingham|
Factory for crepe paper
|Some of the "Old Guard"|