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25 Vintage 4th of July Postcards From the Creepy to the Cute

By Sunny Chanel |

Bears Who Celebrate the Fourth of July

When was the last time you sent out a Fourth of July card? If your answer is never, then you’re in good company. Mailing out a happy Fourth of July message went the way of the Model T and the silent movies.

But apparently, there was a time when sending a card to honor our country’s birthday was a “thing” to do. And not just any old card; these cards run the gamut from creepy to cute. We’re talking guns, cannons, fireworks, rockets, and, of course, patriotic dancing bears.

Check out 24 other examples of vintage Fourth of July post cards right here from the wonderful to the weird.

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25 Vintage Postcards of the Fourth of July

Headless Uncle Sam Is On Fire

This just looks dangerous. Here a headless Uncle Sam is surrounded by fireworks with a bold Hurrah! Hurrah!
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