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This colorized printed postcard features an illustration of a red hatchet on the left side of the card. Bundles of wheat and grain are colored yellow and written text is in the center of the card. The seal of the state and three cows are at the top of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Jewell (Kan.), Old Settlers, Prohibition, Propaganda, Promotional materials, Advertisements, Colorado Springs (Colo.), El Paso County (Colo.)
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Pearcy, G. W., "Postcard: Old Settlers Day, August 13, 1908. Jewell City, Kansas" (1908). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 626.
Kansas the Prohibition state-you have heard Where Carrie with her Hatchet is as good as her word, Where the crops are good if you have a Ranch And only once in a while do the Cyclones get a chance. Copyright 1907 Lawrence & Gorham, Chicago Old Settlers Day August 13, 1908. Jewell City, Kan. Mr G W Pearcy 326 E Huerfano Colorado Springs, Colorado