This item consists of three 1930s Whitney Made Company Rectangular Valentines, each measuring 4.5" high by 3.375" wide and opening horizontally. The Whitney Made Company of Worcester, Mass. made cards from the 1880s until World War II (when a paper shortage caused them to close their doors permanently). Although they made a variety of holiday cards, they became known primarily for their valentines. The valentine on the left shows a young girl in an embroidered dress holding a valentine and bordered by multi-colored flowers on gold. Inside, their is a black and white line drawing of a young boy in a sailor blouse and plaid shorts holding schoolbooks in one hand. The valentine at the center shows a young girl in a pink and white checked dress and black hat running with her dog, who moves out of the scene on to a border with red, white and blue petals; gold, red and purple hearts and abstract decorations. Inside, there is a black and white line drawing of a young girl holding her doll. The valentine on the right shows an innocent looking young girl in a lavender bonnet, bordered by six hearts, gold and white mesh, and two floral arrangements. Inside, there is a young girl with her bonnet hanging from her arm surrounded by flowers. All three cards are marked "The Whitney Made Company Worcester, Mass. Made in USA" and have decorative cut out edges and sentimental poems. Two (left and right) have pencil inscriptions, while the center one has tape marks on back and may have been placed in an album. All three of these 1930s Whitney Made Company Rectangular Valentines are in Very Good condition with minor wear.