How to Prevent Boy Being Killed Antique 4th of July Embossed Postcard

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Original old vintage embossed 4th of July postcard. Paper post card featuring a man and woman having a conversation.  Shows a boy in a firecracker smoke bubble being blown apart. Corners have red, white and blue stripes with yellow stars.

Reads: How to prevent your boy being killed on the Fourth of July - kill him on the Third.

Marked on front lower edge: No. 1095.

Back is marked: Fourth of July Series No. 1.

Divided back card.

Measures 5 1/2 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches long.

Card is used with pencil correspondence on the back, one cent stamp, and 1911 Olivet, Kansas postmark.

Card has some edge and corner wear, crease upper left and right corner, soiling on the back and front lower left corner, and light impressions at the corners from being mounted in a postcard album.

Colorful Fourth of July post card!

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