“On Earth Peace”: Happy Holidays from the Architects

Purely by accident, since last Christmas I’ve come across two nice holiday cards sent out by the Rice school of architecture. The first one is undated but seems from context to be from the mid to late 1940s:

 

The second (my favorite) is circa 1950:

And finally this year’s card:

Bonus: You can really tell it’s Christmas time in Houston when the leaves begin to fall.

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3 Responses to “On Earth Peace”: Happy Holidays from the Architects

  1. Owlcop says:

    I like the interior of the first card. It reminds me of the logo of Herman Miller circa 1946.

  2. John Wolda says:

    My favorite is the 40s because it says

    Merry Christmas

  3. I like the 40s one too, because it looks like architecture of the period.

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