Coffee Klatch (Notecard)

Following WWII, US government assistance helped white families establish homes in new suburban developments. The coffee klatch, or get-together, was a way for housewives to avoid social isolation. Such groups were the launching pad for the presidential campaign of conservative Barry Goldwater in 1964. In the 1970s, many evolved into consciousness-raising groups in the emerging women’s liberation movement. They were also the model for women-hosted TV talk shows.

Also available as a poster.

Pricing

Bulk Pricing

Regular price: $3.00 ea.
Buy 12-49 cards: $2.50 ea.
Buy 50-149 cards: $2.25 ea.
Buy 150-299 cards: $2.00 ea.
Buy 300-499 cards: $1.75 ea.

Pricing is Mix-and-Match – you can choose any combination of product designs to get the discount.

For quantities of 500 or more cards, please call or email. Large quantities can be printed with your custom message or logo; contact us for pricing.

Product Details

Card Size

5×7"

Additional Info

Cards are blank inside for your personal message (unless shown) and shipped with white envelopes.

SKU nc210
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Bulk Pricing

Regular price: $3.00 ea.
Buy 12-49 cards: $2.50 ea.
Buy 50-149 cards: $2.25 ea.
Buy 150-299 cards: $2.00 ea.
Buy 300-499 cards: $1.75 ea.

Pricing is Mix-and-Match – you can choose any combination of product designs to get the discount.

For quantities of 500 or more cards, please call or email. Large quantities can be printed with your custom message or logo; contact us for pricing.

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