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This color printed postcard features an illustration of a landscape at night. The moon is high in the sky. A building and watering trough is in the foreground. A horse and wagon are on the road. Printed text and a calendar month of February 1914 is at the bottom of the card. A black and white illustration of a casserole pot is on the back of the card. Printed text is below the illustration.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Chanute (Kan.), Neosho County (Kan.), Landscapes, Advertisements, Jewelry, Eyeglasses, Calendars--1910-1920, Businesses
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"Postcard: W. C. W. Kuehner Jeweler & Optician, When the Moon Unveils Her Peerless Light" (1914). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 757.
921-When The Moon Unveils Her Peerless Light. Cop. '10, E. Lamasure, The O Co. N.Y. W. C. W. Kuehner Jeweler & Optician cor. Main and Lincoln CHANUTE KANSAS, We could sell you cheap goods, but we "won't." We might sell our goods high, but we "don't." February 1914 calendar THE CASSEROLE or covered bake dish is the newest and best utensil that has come on the market. By reason of the covered guernsey ware. (Pottery) Dish. It retains all the juices in vegetables or meats. After cooking, the dish is placed in the silver quadruple holder, making a handsome table dish.