his wonderful depicts an Indian Princess standing by the campfire with a soldier/scout sitting next the the fire. This painting was done by Charles Relyea and it is very consistent with his style. He lived from 1863 - 1932.
The poem says: "Fire Maker Girl, the Scout's own sign Behold, emblazoned bold with thine, True blue may thy smoke column sway Above the trees for hime To-day."
The card is in very good vintage condition with only very minor corner bumping. There is one small age spot on the right front edge.ii
This card has a message written on the back but was not postally used. It was by the Fairman Co., Cin. & N.Y.
What an outstanding card to add to any collection.
Item ID: RL001480
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