For this entry on April 1st, I’ve gathered up some postcards that were sent around this time of year. It turns out that each card has a two figures shown, a guy and a gal.
Mouth, Yahara River at Waubesa, Madison, Wis.
Must answer your card and was very glad to hear from you. Give our best regards to your mamma and Papa and wish you could come to see us we would be glad to have you come and see us. Good Bye. Write Soon.
From Agnes Kovanda
538 W. Mifflin
MADISON, APR 18, 5-57 PM, 1911 WIS
Mr. George Knadle, Dilly Wis R.1
Production notes: Chromolithography front
Alkaline green ink back – ID: A-14632
External link: Yahara River
HAVING A LITTLE SPORT IN MADISON, WIS
Production notes: Chromolithography front with black tint and type overprint
BAMFORTH & CO. PUBLISHERS HOLMFIRTH (ENGLAND) AND NEW YORK
COPYRIGHT 1911, BY BAMFORTH & CO
WHEN OTHER LIPS AND OTHER HEARTS
Production notes: Chromolithography + tan spot color with black overprint
“COMICS” SERIES NUMBER 17
COPYRIGHTED 1911, BY J.J. MARKS N.Y.
IFF YOU VILL UPRIGHT VALK ALL DE VAY OF LIFE, DEN YOU VILL HONEST BE UNDT HAPPY MAKE YOUR VIFE.
Production notes: 1-color lithograph ©1912 C.R. Gibson
THE PINK OF PERFECTION
Publisher: THE FAIRMAN CO. N.Y.