Send a Valentine from the Harvard Library

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“Love needs no map, for it can find its way blindfolded.” —Anonymous
“A Pictorial Map of Loveland,” Harvard Map Collection.
“Your words are my food, your breath my wine. You are everything to me.” —Sarah Bernhardt
Image from the Julia Child Papers, Schlesinger Library.
“Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson
Image from Emily Dickinson’s herbarium, Houghton Library.
“Who would give a law to lovers? Love is unto itself a higher law.” —Boethius
Image from the Trial Collection, Harvard Law School Library.
“Be mine, you nasty and ugly and crabbed old scold!” —19th-century Valentine
Text and image from a 19th-century hand-drawn Valentine, Houghton Library.
“I came hoping to see those eyes, but instead I return with my heart, leaving behind only flowers.” —Kim Dong Hwa
Image from a 19th-century trade card, Baker Library.

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