Fan with lithograph advertising for H. E. Mann Pulpwood of Jetersville, Virginia. Circa 1920-1930's, hand held fan, titled "Mother's Treasure". This is the last one. It is marked on the front lower left "552" "Made in U.S.A.". Screen is lithograph of mother and child. Size is 7 1/2" by 8". The fan screen is attached to a wood stick via staples. One side on the back shows exposure to air/elements, otherwise it is in excellent condition. There is a pin hole at the top. Upper right corner on back side edge is rough. As you can see from the photos they are not noticeable. See photos. No rips, tears, creases or bends. The verso is advertising "H. Earl Mann Pulpwood Dealer, Jetersville Virginia". The fan was printed by The Stanwood-Hillson Corp, Brookline Mass.
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