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Two blue birds with orange feathered undersides fly over a grassy, flowery, plain with a single house and giant tree.

Depicted on this postcard we see a mash up of real-life images and art. There are nine African- American children sitting on an extremely large alligator in the middle of a body of water that appears to be a lake or river. The children seemed to be…

A quote by Th. Moore is written on a banner spanning the bottom half of the card. Above the banner, a large three-leaf clover (surrounded by many other smaller three-leaf clovers) contains two arms reaching to the center for a metal object…

A group of four men and one woman play golf on a large green.
Trees can be seen in the distance, with several red-roofed buildings beyond.

Two African American men pinning down an alligator and pulling its mouth open. It looks as if they are in a park with grass and palm trees along with other trees and flowers.

Pictured are three children (one boy and two girls) leaning up against a white wall. The children's clothing is colorful, mismatched, patched and raggedy. They all have mischievous smiles.

A flowery visage of a young girl admires a flower in her hand in the top left corner of the card. In the bottom left center and upper right center are two masses of different colored flowers connected to each other through thin green vines.

The greeting takes up most of the card but there is a small illustration of bridge and waterway with the sun beaming in the background.

A vase with purple flowers is surrounded by a gold, embossed border with pink flowers surrounding it. The greeting is "May happiness attend you to day and ever."
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