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This color printed postcard is red with white illustrations and text. A man in a tunic stands on an ear of corn with a head of an eagle and wings. A dollar sign is on the back of the corn. The right side of the card displays the "Ad Astra Per Aspera" crest and the right side depicts a sunflower and horseshoe. Printed writing is at the bottom of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Newton (Kan.), Harvey County (Kan.), Vaughn (N.M.), Guadalupe County (N.M.), Correspondence, Kansas
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Shanstrom, H. M., "Postcard: Kansas Stands for Push and Get There" (1909). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 825.
AS ASTRA PER ASPERA, Kansas Stands for PUSH and Get There, There is nothing slow about you or KANSAS!!! Copyright applied for 1909 by Hamilton E. Anderson. Newton 12/4 - Still on the job, but its fierce. I now have 21 outfits - you can imagine how much work that means - it will keep me going nights & days. It is cold & snowing up here today & the com. clerks are quitting. Oh joy! Lu H.M. Shanstrom Vaughn NM