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This color printed postcard features an illustration of a girl in a dress and apron with a feather duster in one hand and a miniature version of a stove in the other. She is standing next to a doll house and miniature furniture is lined up to go into the front door. A doll leans on the left side of the house and a black cat sits on top. Printed text is on the left and bottom of the card. A calendar month of March 1909 is on the top right corner. Typed text is on the back of the card
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Pittsburg (Kan.), Crawford County (Kan.), Advertisements, Stores & shops, Calendars, Furniture
This item is in the public domain
Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections
Webb, J. B., "Postcard: Kettler Furniture & Carpet Company, Pittsburg, Kansas" (1909). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 764.
Little house-maid says March come see the parade. Copyright 1907 by R. F. Outcault, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Homelover: Our furniture marches right out of our store into homes because we make the prices right. We believe in making prices little and doing a big furniture business. Let us show you the spring styles in furniture. Wm. Kettler, Manager; E. E. Brayman, President; R. E. Mangrum, Vice-President; A.H. Shafer, Sec'y & Treas. THE KETTLER FURNITURE & CARPET CO., 407-409 North Broadway, Pittsburg, Kansas. March 1909 calendar Mr. J. B. Webb 702 South Broadway