This original 1910s paper romance postcard features a little girl and boy dressed as cowboys. Children are seated on a sign that reads, "When you're ready to run in double harness, gal. I'll shoot the question." A pair of cowboy boots, with spurs, in the bottom corners.
Published by S. Bergman. Card number 6203.
Card is written on with one cent stamp and 1914 Hoxie, Kansas postmark. Addressed to Miss Cora Simmons at Alexandria, Nebraska.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, and crease upper left corner.
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