Ohio Memory has published a new post, “"A Symbol of Good Will and Love"”
For hundreds of years, evergreen plants have been a symbol of hope during winter’s cold, gray months. Many pre-Christianity cultures hung evergreen boughs in their homes and over their doors, the bright spots of color keeping away evil spirits and illness and reminding inhabitants of the life that continued despite the dreariness and cold outside their doors. […]
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