These girls seem to be sisters assigned the task of collecting the day's baby chicks for inventory. In both cases, a hen is trying to stop them. One hen appears to be diving at the girl while the other card shows a hen pulling on her skirt to slow her down. Each is blonde, blue eyed, and armed with a basket to gather her chicks in. Both cards were a product of Wolf Publishing with the logo front and back accompanied with number 201. The card with the younger girl has a message on the divided back, has been addressed and postmarked 1919 with the two cent stamp remaining. The card with the caped girl has some staining from light though the back is clear. The printed message: A Happy Easter Straight from the farm we come to-day, and chattered wishes all the way; Our Easter wish for you shall be That you may always happy be." This is a cute couple to display or frame together.
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He says "why?" she says " why not."
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