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"14.--La femme avocat. / Les hommes font-ils meilleure besogne en politique?
Quel mépris nous vient au cœur pour eux devant let faits. / La France
divisée en partis ennemis s'entredechirant, la haine des classes attisée,
devenue en moyen de gouverneur, les / déclassés remplissant les villes et
les campagnes manquant de bras; les sinécures, les concussions, les
pots-de-vin partout; la / dette grossissant de milliard en milliard en
pleine paix; à toutes les aventures. Hommes, il n'y a pas lieu d'être fiers
de votre œuvre. / Je salue l'aurore des temps nouveaux, l'avènement aux
affaire de la femme." Image of woman in lawyer robes standing behind
a child. French is colloquial,
argumentative & sarcastic-- something to the effect "Why not women
lawyers? Men do a lousy job at it! Look what they have
done in politics & public affairs ... I greet the advent of new times when
women are in business." Undivided back postcard,
mailed circa 1900 - 1903, small corner crease, minor edge wear, album
impressions at the corners. The baby in the picture
probably symbolizes the non-voting status of women under the Napoleonic
code, under which they were essentially treated as children. Sold but front still available for scholarly
study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format.
"303--A Mexican 'Criada,' House Servant / All the Work about Native Households is Performed by such Women A-38811-N" unused post card from Sandoval News Service, small upper corner bend, minor wear at one bottom corner. $4.00 m(g)w(s)p(h)
"8407. Helen Hunt's Grave, Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado" marked by initials in trees, color, circa 1915, unused. Helen Hunt Jackson was a social activist who published a novel highlighting the injustices done to California's Indians--see Image File, Vol. 11, No. 2, published by the Lake County Museum. $3.00 (asw)
"A6044 First Ladies Seminary, built 1749, Bethlehem, Pa." black & white on undivided back with yellowish paper, mailed there 1906, some extraneous writing on back, minor toning in lower left front message area, mild corner wear & rounding. $8.00 pw
Amalfi - 3 women, each carrying a large amount of wood on her back. Postcard from A. Brangi, Palermo. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg (403,815 bytes) or .tif format. $1.75 iw
Clear & complete JAN 28 1974 U S S CORONADO (LPD 11) hand cancel ties 8¢ Spirit of Independence stamp franking #6 cover to Worthington Ohio, violet OPERATION / SPRING BOARD 74 & POSTED ABOARD / USS CORONADO LPD 11i / IN PORT PUERTO RICO clearly struck, neatly addressed, never seals, tiny bottom corner bends. The Coronado was an Austin-class amphibious transport dock that was the first combat ship in US Navy history to integrate females as full-time crew members. $3.50 pn-s NEW / NOVO / NOUVEAU
"Dr. Miles' / Household / Help Book" advertising booklet for Nervine Tablets, Liquid Tablets, laxative tablets, Aspir-Mint & more with the handstamp of Charles W. Feller, druggist in Leesburg Ohio on the back, 32 pages with housekeeping tips for women accented in red, plus covers in color, 1" tear on back cover, several minor faults. Interesting & complete (coupons unused). A bit larger than continental size. $6.00 o(l)pwgm
"ELECT / MARY TEXAS / HURT / GARNER / FOR ANOTHER / POSITION OF / HIGH TRUST / To Your / Office of / State Treasurer." showing her seated at a desk in black-and-white, caption partially in olive green, postcard mailed 1962, cancel on front, toned right front edge. Formerly Alabama's Secretary of State, and assistant to the Attorney General, she was elected to State Treasurer in 1962. $2.50 pwa+
"En Normanie Pittoreqsue / 1570. Grand'mère, faut nous vendre ces deux vieilles assiettes flueries, / viens de me dire deux Parisiens...J'nai pas voulu" showing a old woman with dishes in a rack, color on green back with slight browning at back edges, very late usage at Lucas South Dakota, tiny corner crease not into image. $4.75 fw
"Great is she / who beholds / Opportunity / where others / see only / obstacles // 650" where the caption letter highlighted in yellow was added by the sender as an expression of feminist thought; postcard mailed OCT 1 1912 (mostly complete ZANES. & PARKERS. T203 R.P.O. cancel) to Alice Gonell in Coal Run Ohio (which is between Zanesville & Parkersburg), long corner crease not too conspicuous, soft corners, back paper browning evenly with age. The cancellation is decidedly uncommon; we could only find 1 record of a sale & no current offers. $7.50 w(s)-r
"Group of women at Ziara, at tomb of Sheikh Othman" with extensive commentary on the back about women in Arabia and how they had been mistreated, from the Keith-Falconer Museum of the United Free Church of Scotland, unused, corner & edge wear. $9.50
"Here's to my wife - wish her long life! / She's might good looking, unrivaled at cooking / Knows all about medicine, as inventive as Edison, ... The Faithful Husbands Toast" with the lame poetry continuing for 4 more lines, quality art depicts a man having a drink while his betrothed gives him a big hug, postcard mailed FEB 22 1910 (partial Nebraska City & Holdrege R.P.O. cancel) to Roy Dwinle in Tecumseh Nebraska, upper corner crease not into the art, long internal crease into the poem, minor corner & edge wear otherwise. $6.00 pw(s)-r
"HELENA RUBINSTEIN / The World's Greatest Beauty Authority / SENDS YOU AN INVITATION / FOR YOUR FREE BEAUTY ANALYSIS / AND GIFT!" with 4 color insets showing women making themselves up, unused continental from Modern Times. $2.00 ws
"Helen Purcel Home, Zanesville, O." showing its exterior in color, unused postcard printed in Germany for the J. Adam Sauer Pharmacy, heavy vertical crease, toned back. This is a non-denominational retirement home for women who were alone in the world, chartered in 1885. $2.00 o(z)w(s)
"HOW'D YOU LIKE TO SPOON WITH ME. / COPYRIGHT 1908 BY J. MURRAY JORDAN" post card mailed MAR 19 1909 from Chillicothe Ohio, light toning shows in the front sky, tiny bit of one bottom corner knocked off, back paper yellowing with age. Hard to find! $3.75 w(s)
"INGO RIEDEL / WHITE WEDDING" automobile undergoes repairs by bride in white while groom stands by helplessly, holding her bouquet; unused black & white continental from Zero Publishing, fresh appearance. $2.00 w
"Juliette Fowler / Homes // 100-200 S. Fulton St. / Dallas, Texas" with 8 call-outs explaining the view of the complex from above; linen advertising postcard signed by K. V. Lipscomb (Vice President) on back. This home for widows & orphans is still maintained by the Christian Churches in Texas & Louisiana. $5.00 t(d)sw
"JUNIOR HOMEMAKERS ENJOY BOATING AT OCONEE STATE PARK, MOUNTAIN REST, S.C." black & white Artvue, unused. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg (160,664 bytes) or .tif format. $1.50 sw+
"KEDZIE HALL, K.S.A.C. MANHANTTAN, KAS." postcard with undivided back, mailed there 1906, minor corner wear, 1/5" indent from bottom center. Fascinating annotation on front: 'Domestic Science Hall / Cooking on First Floor / Sewing on Second / Laundry in Basement'. Then Kansas State Agricultural College, now Kansas State University. Then Domestic Science, now the A. Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. A fascinating piece of social history & the history of women's education. $10.00 k(m)c(k)w(s)e
"Ladyfest / OHIO / Feminist Arts Festival" held Memorial Day 2004, continental advertising post card with art on both sides, near mint. $1.50 mwo
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"Marchandes Musulmanes. / 242 / 9468" showing Turkish women street merchants selling cloth & clothing, color, circa 1912, unused, good edges, fresh appearance. $12.00 tw. Same except mild wear at 4 corners. $10.00 tw*
"Mère et Enfant" showing a colorfully dressed African woman with her child, unused continental postcard, near mint. (2 available) $1.25 each. aw
"Metropolitan Life Insur- / ance Co.'s Home Office / Bldg., N. Y. City, Corner / of the Women's Lunch / Room, where a large part / of the Company's 2,500 / employees lunch daily" undivided back post card, published by that company, unused, lightly toned back. $9.50 inw
MONTANA WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. "258 Madame Medini" more fully Madame F. Rowena Medini (sometimes spelled Madame F. Roëna Medini), standing on the stairs of a columned 5- story building that is not the Montana Statehouse. Our caption is taken from the only writing on back; its number suggests other notables were photographed. Azo (triangles up at top, down at bottom) real photo postcard with trivial corner wear. Born in 1856 & suffrage activist as early as 1891, she was elected President of the Montana Woman Suffrage Association in 1898. Women got the right to vote there in 1914 [2014 is the centennial year of that historic event.], the 19th Amendment passed Congress in 1919 & its 36th-state ratification by Tennessee in 1920 established it as law of the land . Probably one of a kind -- no publisher, no photographer credit, no printed caption. Probably taken at a celebratory event by someone who recognized her as a pioneer of women's suffrage. We are unaware of any other image of this suffragette! PRICE ON REQUEST m(m)w(s) NEW / NOVO / NOUVEAU
"No. 1351 La Jumente du Compère Pierre. Vleughels" unused black & white Postkarte with undivided back, 2 small bottom corner crease(1 tangential to the image, other well outside it), other edge wear is minor. Scene is a cowshed interior, with a country priest groping the naked woman who is being turned into a beast of burden, while her deceived husband watches approvingly. Odd subject matter & rare; when we searched the internet no one else had this postcard for sale, no one bragged about having sold one & museums just wanted to sell you high-priced prints! $15.00 na(v)w(s)
"OLD LADIES' HOME, DENVER, COLO." undivided back postcard mailed there 1905 to Olathe Kansas (inverted year in receiving mark), one corner doubly creased, edge wear especially along one short edge, light album impressions at the corners. Writer notes she is taking the 'treatment of Dr. Thomas of New York. He may send you a circular. Read it!' $6.25 cmw(s)
"On the Fringe of No Man's Land / A Lassie meets a Laddie" showing silhouettes of a female Salvation Army worker near the front line saluting a soldier in the American Expeditionary Force in France circa 1918; unused postcard solicitation for the Salvation Army Home Service Fund, small corner crease, long internal crease, toned back, and a few small raised spots on the front (possibly from the printing process), noticeable scrape on soldier's arm. Campaign in 1919 just after the publicity that predictably followed the sending of women to the front lines. The women behaved circumspectly and with great credit to their organization; there was not even a hint of scandal. $10.00 w(s)ssw*
"Oread Institute, Worcester, Mass." showing its exterior in black & white, post card with undivided back but very late usage at Sunderland Massachusetts, tiny paper separation at one upper corner, back paper starting to yellow evenly with age. One of the oldest higher education facilities for women in the United States, it closed in 1934. $7.00 m(w)cw
"[Osborn Memorial] Ladies Home, Harrison, N. Y." postcard mailed 1909, one corner badly worn, writing on front. The bracketed part of the caption is a hand-written replacement of a short word--Old?--that has been scratched out. $4.75 (nw)
"Prof. W. M. Marston, of Columbia University, made scientific tests with a blonde and a / brunette to determine emotional reactions. Results indicated brunettes are higher keyed" unused comic continental from Modern Times, light toning at one back corner. $1.25 wc
"Quiet Widow of 28 who enjoys a cold bottle and another one would like to meet a sporty young club man (not a policeman) " and more in want ad accompanied by art, mailed 1909 from Saginaw West Side Michigan, name writing on front, spots of light toning on front. $4.00 sw
"Results of the Suffrage Victory // 698/24" a woman takes a imposing stance near her husband who is seated, tending to their baby, 'God Bless Our Home' sign on the wall nearby; post card mailed in 1913 to Maggie Wilson in Columbus Ohio from her Aunt Lou, lightly toned back, some cancel ink on front. Offered elsewhere as high as $40.00, but we think our price more reasonable: $8.00 swg
"RUN WHERE YOU MAY / HE WILL CATCH YOU SOME DAY" showing stork with baby chasing woman, hand-colored / tinted, unmailed leather reflecting pre-birth-control attitudes. $5.00 sl. Black & white paper postcard, rather than leather, unused, light toning on front. Shown. $4.25 sw(s)b
"Seen at / Ripley--- / Believe It or Not! / ODDITORIUM / INQUISITION TORTURE RACK" with a woman in yellow dress chained to it, unused continental from Modern Times, fresh appearance. $2.00 w*
"Tari Pendet, Bali / Pendet Dance, Bali" showing a Indonesian woman dancer with small basket, unused continental with scalloped edges as issued, fresh appearance. $2.00 wi
"Tatry. Wykład historii Polski na Podhalu" showing children in traditional attire hearing a lecture on the history of women, location is Podhale in the Tatras; sepia-tone karta korespondencyjna mailed 2014 to Columbus Ohio (attractive 20-gr & 5 zł stamps), 2 small upper corner creases, small bottom corner bend. $1.75 pwcc
"The Milkmaid." unsigned but quality art in color shows agricultural scene in which a farm woman empties water into vats so her 2 cows can drink; postcard with undivided back mailed 1907 at Quimby Iowa, corners with small creases tangential to or missing the art, top edge ding closes fairly well. $3.00 wpa*
"THE ONLY PROBLEM / WITH BEING A WOMAN / MY AGE, IS DATING MEN / MY AGE!" unused art on continental in dark red, white & black from Flying Fish. $2.00 w
"The only time the firm thought / her salary wasn't high enough" drawing a secretary adjusting her nylons while male bosses look on, monochromatic dark violet from Sierra's, mailed 1915, lightly toned front, extraneous writing on back, two corners badly creased, as is. $1.75 sw%
"THINGS ARE SURE / 'LOOKIN UP' / FOR ME! // AV206 ©MWM" linen Bursheen post card conveying with its bordering-on-the-risqué art on the novelty of women in Army aviation. Mailed free by Private Nolan 'Nolie' Johnson (in Squadron 376) FEB 12 1943 at Keesler Field in Mississippi to his friend Miss Mary Burkhart in Wapakoneta Ohio. 'Buy War Bonds and Stamps' printed below back message area. The sender ate well: he reported having turkey for lunch & strawberries for supper -- undoubtedly the former from Arkansas & the latter from California (given the time of year). He was 'taking calisthenics again' & reported moving around a lot. The sender closed with the observation that Judy Canova was there -- an actress who launched her own radio show in 1943 which lasted some 12 years. The postcard image was a reference to the Women's Flying Training Detachment (WFTD) & the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS) both pioneering predecessors of the WASPs in the Army Air Corps. The ladies were experienced pilots who were used to primarily to ferry planes from the factories that made them to the airfields, freeing up men for combat missions. The WFTD & the WAFS existed briefly from September 10, 1942 until July 1943, so in our opinion the postcard image portraying the men's excitement over the Army women is almost as valuable as the message! $12.00 hm(a)s
"TWA / The TRANSCONTINENTAL Airline" showing a long-legged stewardess in an exceptionally clinging u0niform (buffeted by the wind no doubt!); unused circa-1941 airline-issued linen postcard in excellent condition. Back continued on a somewhat sexist note: 'AT YOUR COMMAND! . . . The attentive service of Hostesses especially trained to the hospitality standard of TWA add to your pleasure on the Route of the Stratoliners.' Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. a(p)pw(s)
"Twenty Jumbo Stamp Image Postcards Celebrating / Great / American / Women / Volume One" each requiring first-class postage because of their 5"x7" size, a little wear to the outer cover but insides are fine. Interesting biographical details for: Jane Addams, Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton (shown left), aviatrix Harriet Quimby (shown right), Ayn Rand, Sojourner Truth, etc. Complete as issued by the US Postal Service for $5.95 in 1999 but our price makes them ideal for home schooling at only $4.75. w(s)bp
"Valuable loads" showing two horse-drawn wagons with goods & 3 ladies perched upon them, unused Azo real photo (triangles up). Humor provides interesting insight into how women were regarded at that time. $20.00
Wanted--postcards showing a girl reading a book or letter. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
"WELL...IF THEY / CAN PUT ONE MAN / ON THE MOON, WHY / NOT ALL OF THEM" unused cartoon art on continental in yellow, black & white, ©Flying Fish, fresh appearance. $2.25 ws*+
"Woman poses / and / Man proposes" red & white, mailed 1909 from Otto New York, edge wear, a few small spots on back. $1.75 w
WOMEN'S BENEFIT ASSOCIATION
"'WESTHAVEN' GARDENS ON THE ST. CLAIR RIVER, PORT HURON, MICH., HOME OF MISS BINA M. WEST" black & white with sky ting, white-border era from Curt Teich, unused, lightly toned back. Founder in 1892 of one of the first fraternal benefit societies established for and managed by women, & an outspoken supporter of women's suffrage, she represented the National Council of Women of the US at the International Council of Women in Geneva in 1908. Undoubtedly this card was issued on the occasion of the dedication of the Society's new home office in 1917. Many people could not tell you who she is, but the fact that women can get life insurance these days is tribute to her legacy!
"SLEEPING BARRACKS AT LAKE HURON CAMP, WOMAN'S BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 113473" black & white with sky tint, white-border era from Curt Teich & Co, unused, light toning near one front corner. Most unusual subject matter--a little known aspect of this fraternal organization's history.
Both of the above: $50.00 fw(s)msgi
"WRIGHT BIPLANE 'CHYENNE' MUSKOGEE OKLA" Azo (triangles both ways) real photo postcard showing aviator Leonard Bonney about to transport Miss Olive Adair aloft at the 1911 Muskogee Fair, light album toning on back, good edges. The hobble-skirted Miss Adair became the first journalist to fly in Oklahoma; she was society reporter for the Muskogee Daily Phoenix. After the flight she broke a champagne bottle on the pilot's seat to christen the aeroplane 'Miss Cheyenne' (misspelled in the caption as reported here) in honor of the biplane owner's original state. We know the woman pictured was not Kathryn Hull (who was the first and only other woman Bonney took airborne that day), because she had nothing to do with the naming of the biplane. Super rare. $100.00 o(m)nw
"'Yours for Business.' / 'CHARGE TO ME!'" unused sepia-tone post card reflecting old attitudes toward working women, lightly toned back, small corner crease, soft corners. $3.75 asw
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WOMEN POST CARDS--NONPHOTOGRAPHIC ART
" 1500-1570. P. Bordone. / / Ermitage" rest of caption in Cyrillic, showing a noble lady with a small child, sepia-tone Russian Red Cross, unused, small spot of toning on back. A painting in the Hermitage museum. $13.00 (rwm)
"A Happy New Year" art depicts lady in negligee peering out of a window, oval border with embossing, circa 1909, album marks on front, tiny spot of toning on one back edge. $5.00 nw
"ALBRECHT DÜRER BILDNIS EINER JUNGEN FRAU / Kaiser Friedrich-Muzeum zu Berlin" with the portrait of a young woman, quality postcard printing from Julius Bard. tiny corner bend not into image, otherwise fresh. $2.00 amw
"Greetings from / Atlantic City / 1545" signed Mailick art shows two bathing beauties, mailed 1905, 2 small corner creases. corner crease. tiny bit of one corner knocked off (misses image), much edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 nabw
"HANS HOLBEIN jr. (Windsor) / Cicely Heron / A 2830" sepia-tone postcard on yellowish paper, unused, light album marks on front & album impressions at the corners. $1.50 aw
"Joan Crawford says..." untitled art by James Rosenquist in 1984 on unused continental postcard, one corner has faint creases. $1.00 w
"JOSETTE" signed Antoine Calbet, mailed in Paris 1901 to Washington State, minor corner wear & rounding. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 aw
"Kunstverlag E. A. Götz (G. Windirsch), Franzensbad / Nr. 501" unattributed art showing a woman with cap bathing in a wooden bathtub while doing her nails, addressed (to Czechoslovakia) Postkarte with message dating to 1921, minor corner wear. Caption taken from the left edge of the back. $12.00 bw
"Le Goubey éditeur, St-Pierre-Eglise / LA NORMANDIE PITTORESQUE / 1502. Chez l'tout qu'l'habitude, et j'ni enranne pas!..." showing a French woman supporting a heavy jug (possibly of milk), black & white postcard with dark red caption on green back, very late usage at Lando Mines West Virginia (2 bold & complete cancels from that DPO), slight browning near back edges, good edges. $7.50 fw-w
"Marie Christensen" signed art depicting woman's head bent to smell blue irises, postcard with brownish paper, unused, minor corner wear, lightly toned front. $3.00 aw
"MOONLIGHT REVERIE / 5328" unsigned art in vertical format on divided back postcard mailed circa 1908 (partial ALB. & BOSTON R.P.O. cancel) to Mrs. Newton L. Sargent ('Hattie') by her sister, light toning on back, small bottom corner crease, minor corner rounding. $2.50 mw(a)
"ON / THIS DAY / I Was Thinking / of Something / " accompanied by signed RDA drawing showing a woman among flowers, undivided back mailed 1908 at Vanburen Indiana, toned both sides, long crease, corner wear & rounding. $2.25 aw
"Paris - Musée d'art moderne de la ville / Pierre-Auguste RENOIR (1841-1919) / Femme lisant dans un paysage" unused continental from S.P.A.D.E.M., fresh appearance. $1.00 wa
"RENÉ GRUAU / FEMME A L'ILLET, 1981" art in bold colors of a woman smoking, unused continental printed in France, fresh appearance. Nice. $2.00 ws
"RENÉ GRUAU / FEMME AU ANT ROUGE, 1982" art in bold colors, unused continental printed in France, trivial wear at one corner. $1.75 w
"RENÉ GRUAU / LA CIGARETTE, 1983" art in bold colors, unused continental printed in France, trivial wear at bottom corners. $1.75 ws
"RICHARD HAMILTON © 1987 / MY MARILYN 1965 / screenprint from 9 stencils" unused continental featuring Marilyn Monroes, lightly toned back. $1.25 w
"Salons de Paris. / Mme Hortense RICHARD. --Graziella. / ND. PHOT." Signed Richard art 1907, writing on back dates to 1919, postcard with small internal crease & mild corner wear. $2.50 a(r)w%
See also: Nude paintings & sculpture postcards (no illustrations).
"Souvenir Silhouette Post Card / FROM / BURKITT'S DRUG STORE / S. E. COR. FIFTH AND MAIN STS. / DAYTON, OHIO / Try a 10c. special from our FOUNTAIN / WE ARE AGENTS FOR HUYLER'S CANDIES" with a beautiful silhouette of a woman wearing a flowery hat, some letters obsured by it so we filled in what is shown here in italics. Divided back postcard, unused, toning both sides, small crease in one of the hat projections. Apparently the pharmacist hired a quality artist to cut these quickly for prominent customers, and then pasted the work onto their advertising postcards. Rare: we could find nothing like it on the Internet -- displayed or offered. The quality of the art is so realistic that you would swear you could extrapolate some of her facial features. $25.00 spwgoa
"The Milkmaid." unsigned but quality art shows an agricultural scene in which a farm woman empties water into vats so her 2 cows can drink; postcard with undivided back mailed 1907 at Quimby Iowa, corners with small creases tangential to or missing the art, top edge ding closes fairly well. $3.25 wpa
"To my Valentine" unused & gorgeous. $12.00
Uncaptioned color postcard with singed A. Toniolo art, no series or publisher information, mailed 1914, upper left front corner toned darkly, unfortunate cancel ink at upper right front corner extends into face. Art is lovely, but a tragedy nonetheless. $1.25 a(t)w
Uncaptioned signed Cobb Shinn art dated 1908 depicting a young woman whose hair is formed by the smoke of a cigarette, mailed 1909, brownish paper, couple raindrop spots on back, hand-colored with sender's comment 'my latest' written unobtrusively on front, lightly toned front. $5.00 asw
Uncaptioned Swedish card in color showing a standing woman with arms outstretched, white robe, long flowing hair; mailed 23.9.1905 at Jonkoping (clear cancel, local usage). $4.00 w-n
Wanted to buy--postcards from the Kay Girl series published by Williamson Haffner. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio!
"YOU HAVE / THE ABILITY / TO AROUSE / VARIOUS / EMOTIONS / IN ME: / PLEASE / SELECT / CAREFULLY" Our favorite postcard in the Pot-Shot series (No. 2289). Ashleigh Brilliant art & text. $1.00 cw
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