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Leap Year Postcard Database!

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Postcard Spotlight

Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: The end of the chase

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Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: Dec. 30, 1907

Caption: Maidens are eagerly awaiting
Their traps enticingly baiting
for the year Nineteen naught eight
By the old laws of leap year
They can propose without fear
And pick their own choice for a mate

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Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: The Man Hunt in 1908

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Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: How to catch them - in 1908

Caption: Build a large mouse trap. Disguise the front entrance as a palatial mansion. Take an empty flour sack, fill it with rubbish, and print a dollar sign on it. Scatter a few loose coins about the entrance for effect and await results.

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Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: Leap Year in the West

Caption: The western method, while rough and uncouth, still bring practical results in 1908.

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Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: Leap Year 1908

Caption: You're not safe in 1908 - unless you have your (MARRIAGE) LICENSE.

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Year: 1908

Company: Nash

Title: Leap Year 1908

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Theme: Dutch Cards

Title: I Haf Vaited a Long Vhile For Dis Leap Year To Come

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Year: 1912

Theme: Dutch Cards

Title: Leap 1912 Year

Caption: Captured, Py Gollies

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Theme: Dutch Cards

Title: Leap Year Is No Time to Have a Girl in Every Port

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