Holiday Scenes

“Holiday joy, holiday cheer.

So much good fortune.

You bring to us!”

This postcard was published by Williamsburg Art Co., New York and was printed in Germany around 1910.

This postcard depicts a family at Shabbat dinner accompanied by New Year’s greetings. It was published by Williamsburg Art Co., New York and was printed in Germany.

“Suddenly– The door swings open. The messenger shouts: You’ve won! You’ve won!

God granted you good fortune. Great joy envelopes all.

Father, mother, son, his bride.

With happiness aglow.”

This postcard depicts people exchanging greetings after synagogue services. It was published by Williamsburg Post Card Co., New York and was printed in Germany around 1915.

 

 

 

“No matter how great the transgression,

No matter how grave the sin.

Gather them all together now, God.

And cast them out to sea.”

It was published by Williamsburg Post Card Co., New York and was printed in Germany around 1915.

This postcard depicts the lighting of the Havdallah candle. It was published by Williamsburg Art Co., New York.

This postcard depicts Jewish men performing Tashlich by throwing bread into a body of water.

 

 

“The Sabbath holiday meal is done.

All is light and pure.

Sweet words of Torah resound.

And fill the air all around.”

It was published by Williamsburg Art Co., New York and was printed in Germany around 1910.

“The tear of a Jewish girl.

Her prayer, her pleading glance.

They will not be lost in the abyss.

They will not go unanswered.”

It was published by Williamsburg Post Card Co., New York and was printed in Germany around 1915.