This lot of 5 black and white / sepia postcards are real photographs of a Kansas farmer (or two) with several men wearing suits and hats. The CYKO stamp mark indicates that these were made between 1904 and 1920.
Cards show many bales of hay, horses pulling plows, hatted businessmen holding ears of corn in the tall fields, and a couple of kids too.
The postcards measure standard 5 1/2 by 3 1/2 inches. The cards are unused except for a pencil notation on one that says...GEO. MANGUS - KANORADO KANS. We looked up George and he was George Washington Mangus (1866 - 1947). George had many siblings, 3 wives (not at once), and 11 children, according to the 'Find a Grave' site.
Postcards are in excellent vintage condition with crisp clear images. You can almost count the niblets on the corn.
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5 Real Photo Postcards Farmer n Suits in Kansas Corn Field RPPC c1915
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