Title: Three African American Postcards, (1907-1942...
Book Condition: Very Good
First postcard in color copyright 1907, J. Tully, number 280, shows two children on bales of cotton with a note, "Were out on bail". Verso of card is canceled 1909 with a one cent stamp and is addressed with a note in ink. Second postcard in color, number C-246, shows two children with an out house. Verso of card is canceled 1942 with a one cent stamp and is addressed with a note in pencil. Third postcard in color, no date, number 200, shows two children about to take a canoe ride with a big moon face smiling, by Walt Munson. Verso of card not canceled, no stamp and no note. All three 5 1/2" by 3 1/2". Condition very good with some corner wear. The postcards are protected in clear archival safe envelopes. Bookseller Inventory # 000948
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