Postcard : License to do anything exhibit supply arcade card. 1941

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Title

Postcard : License to do anything exhibit supply arcade card. 1941

Description

Satirical card issued by the Exhibit Supply Company, of Chicago. These cards were found in old arcades' coin operated vending machines.

Date

1941

Publisher

Chicago : Exhibit Supply Company

Text

This certifies that Mr. _____, a meek and lowly person who having paid good and sufficient dues into the treasury by long years of suffering in submitting to all forms of unequal rights in and about the household is hereby and forever afterwards permitted to drop cigar ashes on the floor, under the rug or in the best vase; or spit in the sink; to come home late, to play the races, to play poker, get pickled, take the other girl to dinner or joy riding, and to cut out everything that would curtail his personal pleasure. Signed and sealed in the presence of the duly acknowledged officers of the Society.
Hard N. Harder, Secretary
Wasa Henpecks, President

Original Format

Postcards

Physical Dimensions

9 x 14 cm.

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