"Carolina Christmas"

The North Carolina Executive Mansion decorated for the holiday season, circa 1990.

A familiar question often rings out after days of togetherness at the holidays: “What can we do for fun?” 

And, after holiday bills, many are looking for something free to do as a family. Over the next couple of weeks, we'll offer some suggestions on how to “Make History This Holiday."

 Explore Christmases Past Online

Carolina Christmas” is now available through the newly revamped North Carolina Digital Collections. 

The collection of holiday history from the State Archives includes photographs, letters, diary entries, posters, greeting cards, recipes and other documents that will delight young and old alike. Online visitors can browse the materials or can select items from categories to see materials related to specific subjects that include cardschildrenMoraviansCivil Warwindow displaystrees and wreathswartime Christmasesposters, the Executive Mansion and decorations.

Happy exploring!

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