Here is a 1930s black Americana linen postcard of a caricature of a black woman smoking a corn cob pipe who is moving and carrying all her worldly possessions in her arms and on her head, including bird with cage, chair, mattress, washboard, golliwog doll, and stovepipe. The postcard says "write to me, I'm on the move", and "you all come an see me sometime". The card is number SA-H1555 and published by Curt Teich & Co. The card is in very good condition with some light corner fraying and staining/discoloration.
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Item ID: RL4041