Black Americana, 1907 Post Card by J.I. Austen Co., Chicago, Il., Entitled "AIN'T GOING TO BE NONE LEFT"Black Americana, 1907 Post Card by J.I. Austen Co., Chicago, Il., Entitled "AIN'T GOING TO BE NONE LEFT"

There are some great graphics in this vintage, 1907, Black Americana Post Card with a double Post mark dated, August 12, 1907 and sent from Burnt House, West Virginia displaying an early 1 cent Ben Franklin stamp.

The superb card is entitled "AIN'T GOING TO BE NONE LEFT" and displays a small boy eating Watermelon while his baby sister, in a stroller, looks on. The colors, graphics, and details are just superb. A short message in written on the front of the card at the bottom.

The Post Card is in good condition with no rips, tears, or missing pieces..but does have some rounded edges and several creases. The Post Card measures 5-1/2" X 3-1/2".

The Post Card was Published b "J.I. Austen Co., Chicago, Il....and this information is in small print at the bottom of the card on the front side. The backside of the card shows a double Post mark with the August 12, 1907 date and was addressed to a Mr. Clyde Roger of Webster Springs, West Virginia.

The Black Americana Post Card will make a nice addition for your collection.

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Item ID: LA 001530

Black Americana, 1907 Post Card by J.I. Austen Co., Chicago, Il., Entitled "AIN'T GOING TO BE NONE LEFT"

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