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1960's Christmas Decorations
- A Christmas decoration is any of several types of decorations used at Christmastime. The traditional colours of Christmas are pine green (evergreen), snow white, and heart red. Blue and white are often used to represent winter, or sometimes Hanukkah, which occurs around the same time.
- File:1960s decade montage.png|From left, clockwise: A soldier lies on the ground during the Vietnam War; The arrival of The Beatles in the U.S.
Christmas: 1960-Present: A Collectors Guide to Decorations and Customs (Schiffer Book for Collectors)
Christmas celebrations of the past forty years are shown through historical photographs, catalog pages, and over 530 photographs of artificial and real trees, Christmas ornaments, interior and exterior lights, candy containers, cards, tinsel garlands, and cheerful holiday figurines. Innovations in Christmas ornamentation, lighting, and display are presented--including artificial trees of the 1960s, country-style ornaments of the 1970s, 1980s chaser lights, and sophisticated 1990s European glass ornaments. Current values are provided in the captions. With this wonderful book to inspire your search, you can carry the spirit of Christmas with you all year 'round!
Snow Globe - 1969
This Snow Globe is carved out of a huge styrofoam ball and was assembled lovingly by my mother-in-law. There is a small light in the church, and a music box on the side of the globe. The "Noel Santa" mugs were also a gift from her in the early 1960's and we still have these. You can see from the closeup view that the figures are very tiny in size.
Santa Claus from mid 1960's
This Santa has been standing on our hearth since our kids were small. He stands 14 inches high and has a bag behind him full of tiny packages. Many of the ornaments behind him are from the 1940's or early 1950's having been cast off from my husband's mother's collection.
1960's christmas decorations
It was a time when a generation rebelled and lost its innocence. From the Vietnam War to the strle for racial equality to the birth of a counter-culture explosion, the 1960s was a decade of change, experimentation and hope that transformed an entire nation. The two-hour documentary features revealing interviews with the prominent figures of the era including: Barbara Ehrenreich, Daniel Ellsberg, Jesse Jackson, Tom Hayden, Arlo Guthrie, Henry Kissinger, Norman Mailer, Robert McNamara, Ed Meese III and Bobby Seale.
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