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This is one of two listings for the six Greatest Moments in a Girl's Life by the American artist Harrison Fisher (1877-1934). He produced a series of six postcards in 1911 showing the six moments. This listing is for the second three - The Honeymoon, The First Evening in Their Own Home, and Their New Love. Each image is on a brown and tan textured background.

The dark wood frame has older glass, a cardboard backing with a dust cover, and a wire for hanging.

Size: The frame measures approximately 7" tall and 13" wide. The opening in the back of the frame is approximately 6" by 12". Each card measures approximately 4 1/2" high and 3" wide.

Condition: No other damage noted. The older glass shows typical flaws, and there appears to be some paper dust under the glass.

Please see the first listing for the first three moments - The Proposal, The Trousseau, and The Wedding.

Item ID: PP-4105


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Harrison Fisher Greatest Moments in Girl's Life - 2 of 2

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