A Wise Old Owl
Title:
A Wise Old Owl
Real Photo unused

Description:
A wise old Owl lived in an oak, and the more he saw the less he spoke, the less he spoke the more he heard, why can't we be like this wise bird


Emblem of Order of Owls - Three Owls
Title:
Emblem of Order of Owls - Three Owls
Divided Back unused

Description:
Thi is the Emblem of the Order of Owls. A secret society of good fellows who believe in love, laughter and the Kingdom of heaven on Earth. And this is its mottol There's so much bad in the best of us, and so much good in the worst of us, it hardly behooves any of us to speak ill of the rest of us. The Supreme Officers are: John W. Talbot, Supreme President Geo. D. Beroth, Supreme Secretary South Bend, Ind.



Two Owls Sitting on a Branch
Title:
Two Owls Sitting on a Branch
Divided Back

Description:
There's a Reason


Out on the green this Halloween
Title:
Out on the green this Halloween
Divided Back

Description:
an old black cat is screaming, while in the tree I'm sure I see two great big eyes a gleaming



A Pair of Night Owls
Title:
A Pair of Night Owls
Real Photo unused


Barred Owl
Title:
Barred Owl
Doylestown Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused

Description:
Barrel Owl Mounted by Jennie L. Lloyd February 20th 1913



Owl in Coop
Title:
Owl in Coop
Real Photo unused


Young Screech Owls, New York Zoological Park
Title:
Young Screech Owls, New York Zoological Park
New York New York (NY), Divided Back unused



'Tis the Wise That Visit
Title:
'Tis the Wise That Visit
Divided Back unused


Young Screech Owns, New York Zoological Park
Title:
Young Screech Owns, New York Zoological Park
New York New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Tis The Wise That Visit
Title:
Tis The Wise That Visit
Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-26

Description:
Drawing of an Owl Sitting on a Tree Branch


Oliver Good Luck To My Owld Friend
Title:
Oliver Good Luck To My Owld Friend
Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-07



Are You Wise
Title:
Are You Wise
Real Photo unused


Get Wise Come To California
Title:
Get Wise Come To California
California (CA), Divided Back PM 1905 Dec-22



Hooty the Owl - Thornton Burgess
Title:
Hooty the Owl - Thornton Burgess
unused

Description:
Harrison Cady To whit to whoo! To whit to whoo. I've wings but I'm a "Quaddy" too. My name is "Hooty" if you please and fits me well the world agrees. This card entitles __ to membership in the Quaddy Club.


Painting of Owl, Skull and Books
Title:
Painting of Owl, Skull and Books
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-14

Description:
Series 48 The wise are silent



Young Screech Owls, New York Zoological Park
Title:
Young Screech Owls, New York Zoological Park
Divided Back unused


Hello! my Owl'd friend!
Title:
Hello! my Owl'd friend!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1-101



April - The Month of Resignation
Title:
April - The Month of Resignation
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Story of the Months in 12 Parts - Part 4


April - The Month of Resignation
Title:
April - The Month of Resignation
Divided Back

Description:
The Story of the Months in 12 Parts - Part 4



August The Month of Vacation
Title:
August The Month of Vacation
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Story of the Months in 12 parts - Part 8


December - The Month of Jollification
Title:
December - The Month of Jollification
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Story of the Months in 12 Parts - Part 12



February The Month of Recreation
Title:
February The Month of Recreation
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Story of the Months in 12 parts - Part 2


And Still No Mail for me
Title:
And Still No Mail for me




Two owls sitting on a tree branch with the moon behind them
Title:
Two owls sitting on a tree branch with the moon behind them


Description:
To my Valentine You're all the world to me dear. Believe me, this is true, Would that I might be dear, All the world to you


This Is An Owl Night Affair
Title:
This Is An Owl Night Affair
unused



Owl peering out hole
Title:
Owl peering out hole
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 184 Au-whit-tu-whoo! tu-whit, tu-whoo! Just mark my words and know they're true If happiness you would pursue In this old world where nothing's new, Just find the work you're born to do And happiness will come to you


Long-Eared Owl
Title:
Long-Eared Owl
Linen

Description:
This species, with its conspicuous ear-tufts and striking plumage of black and white and buff, is one of our most beautiful Owls. Moreover, its unusual facial disk lends an added charm to its generally attractive appearance. Like the Screech Owl, it is strictly nocturnal in its habits, and usually spends its days in thick evergreen woods or in dense swamps



The Owl
Title:
The Owl
Divided Back PM 1910 Sep-09

Description:
Educational Series of Postcards Series 402 The Barn-Owl. (Strix vflammea.) There are great numbers of varieties ofOwls, the Barn-Owl being one of the most common. Owls are to be met with in all parts of the world, some but five inches high, while others are as large as two feet, the females as a rule being larger than the males. The head is always very large, and the eyes round and staring, and the eyesight at night very acute. Their food consists of birds, mice, moles and similar animals, while some species, including the Barn-Owl prey on fish."




Total: 29 Items