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This black and white photographic postcard features Woodman Day in Stockton, Kansas. Women in matching dresses and a ribbon on their chest perform a drill in the center of a street. A band plays from the right side of the street in front of businesses. Men and women surround the women on the left side in front of businesses, as well as in the foreground and background. Printed text is at the bottom of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Stockton (Kan.), Alma (Kan.), Rooks County (Kan.), Correspondence, Wabaunsee County (Kan.), Modern Woodmen of America, Fraternal organizations, Fraternities & sororities, Royal Neighbors of America
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Skeen, A. J., "Postcard: Woodman Day in Stockton, Kansas April 6, 1911" (1911). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1326.
Woodman Day in Stockton Kans April 6.1911, Plainville R.N.A, Drill, Photographed by A J White Dear Aunt and Uncle and Sister. We are all well. Everting(sic) looks fine but getting pretty dry. Say come up and help pick plums every little bush is just full of bloom. Say Susie Eber is married and Clara Jones. Well, I must ring of and go to bed Echo soon Lloyd Mrs. A. J. Skeen. Alma. Kan.