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Genealogy & Vintage Postcards

Sherbrooke Street in Winter

A wintry, turn-of-the-twentieth-century view of  horse-drawn carriages on Montreal’s magnificent Sherbrooke St.

There’s been a lot of snow recently not only where I live near Montreal,  but also in my husband’s home town of Milan, Italy, but the reason I decided to publish this postcard today was in response to my friend Lucie LeBlanc Consentino’s latest post

What was my wish at Christmas?

How can anyone not love snow???

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The Toboggan – A Gift From The First North Americans 

“Mon pays ce n’est pas un pays c’est l’hiver …

Montreal Winter Carnival, The Ice Palace, 1880s

Vive Le Vent! 

December 20, 2009 - Posted by | .

3 Comments »

  1. I love snow. Growing up in Massachusetts, I simply am accustomed to having a snowy winter. When we moved to Delaware in 1999, I was quite disappointed by the lack of significant snowstorms. To them, an inch of snow was reason for panic.

    Now that I have moved away from Delaware, they got quite the blizzard this weekend, along with the rest of the East Coast! It simply isn’t fair!

    I will only be here in Korea for this one winter (and then hopefully it will be on to Italy, where I have family, or Germany), and while there have been two dustings, I have yet to be impressed.

    I love snow!

    Comment by Wendy Hawksley | December 20, 2009 | Reply

  2. I would love to have some snow instead of all of this rain, but. So beautiful. I loved the posts on tobogganing too.

    Comment by Christine | December 21, 2009 | Reply

  3. We got out snow!! I just love snow especially for Christmas!

    Thanks Evelyn! Love those old postcards with horse drawn carriages.

    Comment by Lucie LeBlanc Consentino | December 22, 2009 | Reply


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