https://flic.kr/p/9Swdrv | Vintage Greeting Card c1946-1947 | Purchased card at estate sale - little girl born 10/22/47 Please inform me if you discover that this image is not in public domain. Refer to this sets' main page for terms or use, or goto the collections' main page. Made in USA, 1283, no copyright 1923 through 1977 Published without a copyright notice In the public domain due to failure to comply with required formalities
In old Celtic traditions, the Summer Solstice festival usually spanned several days and focused on outdoor events under the open sun by day, and ’round a large bonfire by night. Solstice marked the official start of Summer when crops were ripening, and trees and bushes were starting to produce fruit. It was a time of giving thanks to the Gods & Goddesses of the Sun, Fire, Fertility, & Abundance.