At 6.30pm tonight - Christmas in Print - the twentieth century – an online event with Erin Farley of Dundee Libraries.
Christmas became a public holiday in Scotland in 1958, though its celebration was growing in popularity long before this official designation.
In Dundee, local publishers and writers marked the season through annuals and postcards, and the Christmas advert became a staple for local businesses.
Erin Farley from Dundee Libraries shares some seasonal highlights from the Local History Centre's collections.
This online event will run at www.facebook.com/WestEndChristmas