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“Vinegar Valentine” (1911)

Two years ago, we featured this Valentine on February 14, noting that it was part of a Virtual Exhibit curated by Laurel Davis for the Daniel R. Coquillette Rare Book Room in the Boston College Law Library. The Law in Postcards featured Michael H. Hoeflich’s collection of legal postcards, trade cards and other ephemera.

In 2015, Ms. Davis won the American Association of Law Libraries’ Law Library Publications Award (Print Division) for The Law in Postcards.


From the Exhibit Catalog for The Law in Postcards
Boston College Law Library, Daniel B. Coquillette Rare Book Room, Fall 2014.

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