This wonderful old postcard is HUGE! It is printed on heavy stock and is 10 by six inches. At first I thought it was printed in the 1930's. However, I have since discovered this postcard was published in Bavaria around 1914. The artist's name is Ethel DeWees. Her initials are in the lower right-hand side.
I love the simplicity of the little girl's dress and hat. The look on her face speaks volumes, as she hands the boy a handful of yellow daisies.
The boy, however isn't quite sure what to do with those flowers, and seems a tad terrified! I enjoyed the boy's elegant clothing, complete with frills and captain's hat, along with that fancy, schmancy carpetbag suitcase.
* LINKING UP: You can put your link in any time between now and next Thursday. Postcard Friendship Friday is open for the entire week!
* BADGE: When
you submit a postcard,
be sure to put a link
back to this page.
You can copy and paste
the PFF badge, which has
the link embedded. Thank you!
*THEMES: You don't have to stick to the theme I choose each Friday. Just put up the postcards you love and tell us why you like them!
* A REMINDER: Links which do not have to do with Postcard Friendship Friday will be removed. Links which advertise various products will share that same fate. Any and all suspicious links will be reported to Blogspot then deleted.