A young girl dressed as an angel, wearing a red dress with pale, green wings striped with red, and a young man, dressed in a green tunic, rust tights, and a bright red hat, are holding up stems of oversized bluebells. A group of smaller blue bells appear on the left side of the card. The initials "J.F.S." are printed on the left side of the image and the numbers "593" are printed on the right side of the image. The text at the bottom of the card read: O sweet is Love's music, and soft is its spell-/If I name the ringer, will you name the bell(e)? The letters "F.E.E.H." are printed underneath the text.
Angels; Flowers; Greeting cards; Valentines; Young men; Young women
15.5 x 9.5 cm
MSS 440, Greeting Card Collection
The Phillips Library at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts
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