You may notice that this tree is much simpler in appearance than the one I featured last week. It's smaller and lacks the brightly colored ornaments of earlier times. As a reaction to what some considered the excesses of the Victorian era, trees in the early twentieth century were often decorated with nothing but white ornaments. That doesn't mean that the ornaments were any less elaborate. As you'll see below, they were not. But they were white. Mostly ...
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