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4th of July Series #1 Postcard 1908

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    Posted 9 years ago

    youngvinyl…
    (4 items)

    Again, another one of the 3 postcards I bought for .50 cents at a flea market. It's for the 4th of July. The time stamp on it says Newark, NJ July 3rd at 3:30PM in 1908. Very fascinating card and is in great condition. I have no idea how much this or the other 2 postcards might be worth, but I'll never sell them. If you can't read it....The Dog: "I think I'd better skiddoo; mother always told me never to accept candy from strange men".

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    1. youngvinylcollector91 youngvinylcollector91, 9 years ago
      Thanks!...it would be very controversial in today's society b/c of animal cruelty being more tolerated back then.
    2. Deidrex1, 9 years ago
      Interesting since I always thought of kids being well behaved back then.

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