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This Valentine has a big red central heart with a bulls eye target on it. The heart is pierced at the bulls eye by an arrow and behind the heart is the bow. The front is festooned with multiflora roses and hearts tied with ribbons. The upper left hand reads "To My Valentine." The lower left corner has the number 267. Condition is good without bumped corners.
The back of the card has been sent through the mail. It has a stamp in place and a postmark from Frankfort, Indiana. The message and address are written in pencil.
The message reads(as punctuated): Frankfort Ind. March. 6. 1911 Dear Ocee I will drop you a card how are you how are you and Charles making did your mama get home alright I got a card from Ethel She got there all O.K. When are you coming down well come soon as you can. From Grandma Harrell
GENEALOGY: The card is addressed to Miss Ocee Kirby Atlanta Ind.
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1911 Valentine postcard with an archery theme
$8 USD SOLD
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