Here is a unique and interesting map of the United States. It’s an antique C. S. Hammond map that shows the acquisition of territory (with corresponding years) of the United States. You can find another map of the United States on my blog here. I scanned the map from a dictionary in my collection that was published in 1906. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a clip art image of a beautiful Victorian Chippendale cabinet. The image is from the November 1899 issue of The Designer magazine. Click on image to enlarge.
This vintage page of sheet music was written for kindergarten students. Included on the page are several short songs for the young children to learn during the month of November. The songs are: Turkey Time, Feeding Birds, Jack Frost, Baa, Baa, Black Sheep and November. This page of sheet music is from the book First Year Music by Hollis Dann, 1914. Click on image to enlarge.
This beautifully aged and shabby Victorian calling card includes a winter scene framed by a dove, an extended hand, branches and roses. There are icicles hanging from the upper branches. The background of the card has a lovely embossed design and scalloped corners. Click on image to enlarge.