I bet you’ve said the phrase before, or at least heard it: “Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.”
In 1897, a little girl named Virginia wrote to the New York Sun asking if there was indeed a Santa Claus. Her father told her that if the Sun says there is one, then there is one.
This reprint is from the Pampa News Post that ran on Dec 21, 1930 that I found on Newspapers.com:
And the often reprinted answer from the Sun was a definite Yes!
It is a message that has stood the test of these many years.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
And I hope Santa answers all of your genealogy wishes this year.
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