Christmas Through the Ages

I don’t care if you’re Santa, a queue is a queue. Santa Claus stands in line with other customers for a cup of coffee in New York City in 1975.

We all live in Santa’s submarine Santa Claus at the North Pole. Circa 1987.

Size does matter. A large Christmas tree practically consumes this family’s living room in 1967.

Two men jauntily pose with a Christmas wreath during the holiday season. Perhaps a bit of YMCA, Young Men Christmas Association.

First Lady Nancy Reagan sits on Mr T’s lap and gives him a kiss on the forehead at the White House in 1983.


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