|Piece of an unidentified postcard |
A cut-out piece of an unidentified postcard, including an image of a stone building with a dome and a red brick building. The card is approximately 12 cm wide and 8 cm tall.
This is a poem printed on white card stock with red and green ink. The top of the page reads, "Compliments of Bert Fitzsimmons Daffodil Kid" in red ink. An illustration occupies the middle of the page; it depicts two children, a boy and a girl, facing each other. The boy, dressed in overalls, is noticeably shorter than the girl, and has an apple sticking out of his pocket; he is pointing his finger into the face of the girl. The girl, sporting a red dress and a red bow in her hair, has her hands behind her back and is looking downward at the boy. The poem, printed in green ink, is at the bottom of the page, and is titled, "When I get you alone to-night!" A copyright statement, "Published and Copyrighted by Leo. Feist, Inc., N.Y.," is below the poem. The item is approximately 9 cm wide by 15 cm tall.
|Handwritten poem |
This is a handwritten poem that reads, "Here's to the Oneida man/Who always does the best he can/Never goes walking in the park/Never is seen out after dark/Never known to smoke or chew/Like these Boston dudies do." The item is 10 cm wide by 6 cm tall.
|Poem, "I like the type of woman"|
This is a piece of printed ephemera that resembles a Valentine and bears a love poem. It is illustrated with line drawings of figures and has hearts in the background.