The Salesman--As Seen By
Title:
The Salesman--As Seen By
Chrome unused

Description:
His Boss...His Wife...His Client... His Competitors...Himself-Five Years From Now...


Woman with Mouth Open Broadly Singing While Playing Piano7
Title:
Woman with Mouth Open Broadly Singing While Playing Piano7
PM 1909 May-3

Description:
A Painful Pianist - Hark to your low, anguish moan, And leave the piano alone; Though you are a stayer, You'll never be a player, Though you wear your fingers to bone!



The Musician
Title:
The Musician
PM 1914 Feb

Description:
There is music in your manner There is music in your hair, You're a symphony in bearing, A rhapsody of care. You play upon my feelings Like an angel on a lute And if you try my heart strings, You will find them tuned to suit.


The Saleslady
Title:
The Saleslady
PM 1907 Jul-8

Description:
Series 5004-2 Tho' she is haughty, she can use her smile When she tries to pass off some "old style". Her tongue's smooth and glib, No, she wouldn't fib, But she makes the poor dupe spend his "pile".



The Smoker
Title:
The Smoker
PM 1907 Feb-14

Description:
How would you like to be sausage or fish? Smoked to a finish to make a good dish? You smoked human being, you'll die in your tracks//If you don't give up smoking those old coffin tacks.


To The Stylish Girl
Title:
To The Stylish Girl
PM 1910 Feb-10

Description:
Paris hats become you greatly, Richest cloaks you'll never lack; They are sent home on approval, Worn one night and then sent back.



Advice For A Plump Person
Title:
Advice For A Plump Person
Divided Back unused

Description:
A lady stout must surely hate To be told that she's "simply great!" She should be wise And exercise Before her chins are duplicate.


THE LAWYER
Title:
THE LAWYER
Divided Back

Description:
He has a profound, learned air, But wills and fees are his care. In money he trusts Till his client he busts, And one hundred per cent is his share.



To the Stylish Girl
Title:
To the Stylish Girl
Divided Back unused

Description:
A Grochrome Series 9 Paris hats become you greatly. Richest cloaks you'll never lack; They are sent home on approval, Worn one night and then sent back.


Fritz the Cat
Title:
Fritz the Cat
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Fritz the Cat in "Fritz Bugs Out"



In the Slot Machine
Title:
In the Slot Machine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 703


Little Diamond Eyes
Title:
Little Diamond Eyes
Divided Back

Description:
Series 1426



The Horsy Man
Title:
The Horsy Man
Divided Back PM Feb-17

Description:
Another sure thing gone wrong I see, I hear that every day; If you MUST be around horses Be a Drive, make it pay!


Cranky Rubber Neck
Title:
Cranky Rubber Neck
Divided Back



The Schoolmarm
Title:
The Schoolmarm
Divided Back PM Feb-14

Description:
She thinks she's so wise none can fool her Or further in knowledge can school her; But, the truth to impart, She makes the boys smart By briskly applying a ruler!


Old Maid
Title:
Old Maid
Divided Back PM 1906 Sep-16

Description:
Series 5004-11 She's caught a poor cat and a bird, But she can't snare a man, so we've heard, It's the old maid's sad fate To lose out on a mate And take tea--but s-sh! not a word.



Made in Germany
Title:
Made in Germany
Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-29


Caricature Reading "Best Wishes, Mike Mitchell"
Title:
Caricature Reading "Best Wishes, Mike Mitchell"
Real Photo unused



The Gambler
Title:
The Gambler
PM 1908 Mar-12

Description:
The Gambler The gambler is lucky, they say, His work is another man's play: But there's many a slip 'Twist the pot and the chip, As he learns to his cost every day.


Wanted a Wife - Make Sitting on a Box
Title:
Wanted a Wife - Make Sitting on a Box
PM 1907 Aug-28

Description:
Tom Browne Series 2568-6 "His Breakfast"



A Very Safe Typewriter
Title:
A Very Safe Typewriter


Description:
Valentine Series 308 "Though you're anything but brilliant as a pounder of the keys, There is one sort of employer whom you certainly would please; I mean the man afflicted with a jealous, watchful wife, For your ugly mug would surely never cause domestic strife."


Poker Terms
Title:
Poker Terms
Divided Back PM 1905

Description:
What Beats This?



We're Enjoying Ourselves!
Title:
We're Enjoying Ourselves!
Divided Back

Description:
Touring Comic Series 625 Wish you were with us.


The School-Teacher
Title:
The School-Teacher
Divided Back PM 1907 Jan-23

Description:
Series 1129 Who tries to pound in education On little kids by force? And who discovered America? The school teacher - of course!



Bachelor
Title:
Bachelor
Divided Back unused

Description:
Bachelor You say you do not need a wife, Pretend you like this kind of life-- The fact is, every girl in town, You've asked and each has turned you down.


See Planet Venus, Five Cents
Title:
See Planet Venus, Five Cents
Divided Back unused



Teacher's Sick and Cherry Pie for Dinner
Title:
Teacher's Sick and Cherry Pie for Dinner
Divided Back unused


The Lovesick Lass
Title:
The Lovesick Lass
Divided Back unused



The Masculine Woman
Title:
The Masculine Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5004-7 She is mannish from shoes to her hat, Coat, collar, stiff shirt and cravat. She'd wear pants in the street To make her complete, But she knows the law won't stand for that.


To a Decolette Dame
Title:
To a Decolette Dame
Divided Back unused

Description:
Your gowns are all of brilliant hue, Cut low, with all your "charms" in view. Till people say To you. "Oh may We always see much more of you!"



The Athletic Lass
Title:
The Athletic Lass
Divided Back PM 1900 Dec-1

Description:
Oh, the girl who goes in for brawn Who's in training from daylight till dawn Should from such stunts refrain And develop her brain. And thank us for "putting her on!"


The Paperhanger
Title:
The Paperhanger
Divided Back unused

Description:
You stick cheap paper on the wall And stick the man who pays You slap paste here and smear glue there In fifty-seven ways.



Society Belle
Title:
Society Belle
Divided Back

Description:
You never miss a single chance To go to any ball or dance And you're always ready, no matter when, To show your power in catching men


Chorus Girl
Title:
Chorus Girl
Divided Back PM 1916 Feb-6

Description:
If you could see yourself as others see you We are all very sure you wouldn't act as you do In displaying your laces and bright-colored hose For the edification of the bald-headed rows



Highly Recommended
Title:
Highly Recommended
Divided Back unused


Man Carries Rifle And Fishing Gear, Catches Only A Frog
Title:
Man Carries Rifle And Fishing Gear, Catches Only A Frog
Divided Back PM 1906 Sep-19

Description:
The Sportsman. All day with his gun and his rod/ After fowl or fish he will plod; /His breath it is bated,/ But we've heard it stated/ All he bags is his pants, which is odd!



Plenty, Such as it is
Title:
Plenty, Such as it is
Divided Back


The Athletic Woman
Title:
The Athletic Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1137 Jaw like a Jumbo - the Athletic Woman! Come on old lady and try to be human; You can't be a man. Be a lady that's nice, Get a good many by marrying - take my advice



The Mother-in-Law
Title:
The Mother-in-Law
Divided Back

Description:
A husband of whom I have heard Declared his wife's mother "a bird!" She smiled, but just then He murmured "a hen!" The ambulance call then occurred!


The Skater
Title:
The Skater
Divided Back unused

Description:
You think, of course, that you can skate But you are only second rate You sprawl around the rink, and few Escape a bump or fall from you



The Summer Girl
Title:
The Summer Girl
Divided Back PM 1907 Mar-2

Description:
Do you know a maiden who goes To the seaside to show off her clothes. And home with her brings Several cheap rings And tales of how fellows propose?


Warranted Not to Break up Homes
Title:
Warranted Not to Break up Homes
Divided Back



Plain Hog, You're Still a Hog Where'er You are at Home, at Shows or in a Car
Title:
Plain Hog, You're Still a Hog Where'er You are at Home, at Shows or in a Car
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-14

Description:
It is really hard, as all agree, Since you live, you don't die, like your family


4013 Grandma
Title:
4013 Grandma
Divided Back PM 1910 May-16

Description:
Series 4013 Smiling Grandma drawing



Woman In Old-fashioned Dress Speaks Vehemently From Behind Her Desk
Title:
Woman In Old-fashioned Dress Speaks Vehemently From Behind Her Desk
Divided Back

Description:
The Club Woman. 'Mid a clatter of tea-cups and spoons And an atmosphere suited for swoons, The president hen Rails at the men, And talks of prisms and prunes


Man In Top Hat And Tails, With Bouquet And Tiny Dog On Leash
Title:
Man In Top Hat And Tails, With Bouquet And Tiny Dog On Leash
Divided Back unused

Description:
Don't be silly



Dick of Dick's Adventures
Title:
Dick of Dick's Adventures
Chrome unused


Etta Kett
Title:
Etta Kett
Chrome unused



Buz Sawyer
Title:
Buz Sawyer
Chrome unused


Snuffy Smith
Title:
Snuffy Smith
Chrome unused



The Elocutionist, Some Reciters are Terrible Bores and Drive all Their Friends out of Doors
Title:
The Elocutionist, Some Reciters are Terrible Bores and Drive all Their Friends out of Doors
Divided Back unused

Description:
And the patter of feet As the listeners retreat They take for the sound of encores!


Woman With Rolling Pin Speaks to Husband in Top Hat and Tails
Title:
Woman With Rolling Pin Speaks to Husband in Top Hat and Tails
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oh! What I know about you!



Am Dropping you a Line from Plymouth Rock, 1620
Title:
Am Dropping you a Line from Plymouth Rock, 1620
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Why did Doggie's Master Run Away?
Title:
Why did Doggie's Master Run Away?
PM 1907 Oct-17



Man with Screaming Babies in Cradle
Title:
Man with Screaming Babies in Cradle
PM 1900 Apr-25


A Painful Pianist - Woman Singing at Piano
Title:
A Painful Pianist - Woman Singing at Piano
PM 1906 Feb-28

Description:
Hark to our low, anguish moan And leave the piano alone: Though you are a stayer. You'll ne'er be a player. Though you wear your fingers to bone!



An Affected Actress - She thinks she's a dramatic queen
Title:
An Affected Actress - She thinks she's a dramatic queen
PM 1906

Description:
And that all of the critics are "mean." But the thespian art She brings to a part Is some wriggles and lots of blondine


The Old Maid - Knitting Beside Cat & Bird
Title:
The Old Maid - Knitting Beside Cat & Bird


Description:
She loves her cat and her bird But for men, she says "they're absurd!" And , thin as a bone She lives all alone, Save when forth to gossip she's stirred



Les Gens Dans Les Betes, D'Apres Grandville
Title:
Les Gens Dans Les Betes, D'Apres Grandville
unused

Description:
Sans etre du Midi tu gagnes sur Marseille Par ton extravagance a nulle autre pareille. Galerie Humoristique - "Les Gens Dans Les Betes" A. Noyer, Paris. Reproduction interdite


Bare-Bottomed Cartoon Children Reading the Paper
Title:
Bare-Bottomed Cartoon Children Reading the Paper
unused



Frantisek Havel
Title:
Frantisek Havel
unused


A Poetical Poseur
Title:
A Poetical Poseur
unused

Description:
Behold this pale little poet With a finger at forehead to show it But the way he gets scads Is by writing soap ads But he wants nobody to know it!



A Question of Taste
Title:
A Question of Taste
unused

Description:
Oh, it's nice to "follow the style" Good taste is well worth the while; But don't follow the mode If it's way down the road Considerably more than a mile!


Fat Woman Poem
Title:
Fat Woman Poem
PM 1910 Feb-14

Description:
You try to do all that is the rage, Although you're fat and carry weight for age. If you would do as we advise You'd act more consistently with your size



Bum Actor
Title:
Bum Actor
Divided Back unused


The Club Woman
Title:
The Club Woman
Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-4

Description:
'Mid a clatter of tea-cups and spoons And an atmosphere suited for swoons. The President hen Rails at the men And talks of prisms and prunes



Society Belle
Title:
Society Belle
Divided Back

Description:
You never miss a single chance To go to any ball or dance And you're always ready, no matter when, To show your power in catching men


Warrented Not to Break up Homes
Title:
Warrented Not to Break up Homes
Divided Back unused



The College Professor
Title:
The College Professor
Divided Back PM 1906 Sep-26

Description:
His store of learning's immense His classical knowledge intense But greater success Would attend the Profess Who'd show some slight common sense


Grumpy Old Man with Empty Wallet
Title:
Grumpy Old Man with Empty Wallet
PM 1910 Mar-14

Description:
Series 8008 Broke to the world!



Man Looking at Empty Wallet
Title:
Man Looking at Empty Wallet
PM Aug-31

Description:
Series 8008 After the spree is over!


Toothless Old Woman Laughing
Title:
Toothless Old Woman Laughing


Description:
Series 6544 Stout And Mild



A man of leisure and an optimist
Title:
A man of leisure and an optimist
PM 1911 Apr-11

Description:
Series 6544


Kissing Couple with Large Heads
Title:
Kissing Couple with Large Heads
unused

Description:
Series 122/42, 6310 Love's Golden Dream PFB



Having dined, and dined well
Title:
Having dined, and dined well
unused

Description:
Series 9707 he can easily tell, How his love for his host is as sound as a bell


Spinster Making Tea
Title:
Spinster Making Tea
PM Oct-24

Description:
Series 6742 Tea for One



Born to blush unseen!
Title:
Born to blush unseen!
unused

Description:
Series 6742


One meets such occasionally
Title:
One meets such occasionally
PM Feb-12



A nose that would make a good lighthouse
Title:
A nose that would make a good lighthouse
PM Dec-21


Bald Head
Title:
Bald Head
Divided Back PM 1913 Feb-4

Description:
Your bright shining pate is seen at all shows And invariably down in the bald-headed row, Where you make conspicuous by your tender care Your true ardent love for that one lonesome hair



Milkman
Title:
Milkman
Divided Back

Description:
No wonder that so blythe and gay You milk the old red pump each day A small investment - so they say - Grows quickly in the milky way


A Question of Taste
Title:
A Question of Taste
PM 1906 Feb-14

Description:
Oh, it's nice to "follow the style" - Good taste is well worth the while; But don't follow the mode if it's 'way down the road considerably more than a mile!



The Builder: Plans for House
Title:
The Builder: Plans for House
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-14

Description:
Aurochome Series A17 poem, plus man in top hot and bow tie Don't show those plans again;/You'll never build, we know;/You show us different plans each week;/You haven't got the dough


The Fortune Teller Postal
Title:
The Fortune Teller Postal
Divided Back PM Sep-24

Description:
A cross eyed dude is going to propose - turn him down!



The Salesman
Title:
The Salesman
Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-11

Description:
Series 5004-25 His motto is still do or die And he nags you until you must buy. His line is complete And his nerve hard to beat, But sometimes he goes on the fly


The Young Bride
Title:
The Young Bride
Divided Back PM 1907 Mar-6

Description:
She's promised to "Love and obey." And she will (if she has her own way); And she's learning to cook Out of a book. Will "hub" be dyspeptic? Oh, say!



A teacher in old-fashioned dress points to a map of North America
Title:
A teacher in old-fashioned dress points to a map of North America
Divided Back unused

Description:
R. Hill The Schoolmarm She thinks she's so wise none can fool her/Or further in knowledge can school her;/But, the truth to impart,/She makes the boys smart/By briskly applying a ruler!


Anything in a uniform looks good to me
Title:
Anything in a uniform looks good to me
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series H998



Bald-headed man in suit and tie, with flies or bees buzzing around
Title:
Bald-headed man in suit and tie, with flies or bees buzzing around
Divided Back unused

Description:
Bald Head Your bright shining pate is seen at all shows/And invariably down in the bald-headed rows,/Where you make conspicuous by your tender car/Your true ardent love for that one lonesome hair


The Actor
Title:
The Actor
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1139 Counting the ties old Ham-fat goes, Look at his hair, his mug, his nose! He says he's an actor - it's only loose talk; He's out of a job - the ghost won't walk



The Athlete
Title:
The Athlete
Divided Back unused

Description:
You believe you're an athlete, we presume, From the way you display yourself in your c [illegible] And you try to make weights look as he [illegible] While really, in fact, they're as light as your [illegible]


The SchoolMa'am
Title:
The SchoolMa'am
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5004-6 She is the one whom all are afraid, and her speech is "I must be obeyed!". She keeps down the lid on the poor little kid, and she lives and will die an old maid



The Lazy Employee
Title:
The Lazy Employee
Divided Back PM Feb-11

Description:
Series 2285 Sleepy dumb-head, shake your bones! Wake up and do the chores! No one ever did succeed who always nods and snores


A Farm Product
Title:
A Farm Product
Divided Back unused



A Leather-Bound Idiot
Title:
A Leather-Bound Idiot
Divided Back PM 1906 Dec-31


A man bowling
Title:
A man bowling
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-01

Description:
Don't waste your time and money on anti-fat. Try a little less to eat. And more work



A sailor trying to pick up a 'lady' while she sits on a park bench
Title:
A sailor trying to pick up a 'lady' while she sits on a park bench
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series S. 22 What Oh! I wouldn't mind. Would You?


Girl with wild hair
Title:
Girl with wild hair
Divided Back unused

Description:
Don't go to school with your hair uncombed and your dress untidy be neat



Little Boy Wearing a Dunce's Hat
Title:
Little Boy Wearing a Dunce's Hat
Divided Back unused

Description:
Don't be a dunce try to get a Little useful information about things in general


The Matinee Girl
Title:
The Matinee Girl
Divided Back unused

Description:
Strange What lobsters in a lover's part, Can capture the mush-like maiden's heart!



The Soldier Boy
Title:
The Soldier Boy
Divided Back PM 1907 Feb-13

Description:
In his uniform see him stand, Posing like a hero grand. Will flying bullets change his mien? Well, that remains yet to be seen


The Would-Be Movie Actress
Title:
The Would-Be Movie Actress
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2417 You primp and pose, and goodness knows You make your friends so tired, They wish you'd get that Chance you want, And see how you'd get “Fired”!



To The Artist
Title:
To The Artist
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2417 Don't let the Art Bee sting you, Or think abroad to roam; Your place is decorating The walls of Home, Sweet-Home!


Woman Admiring Herself in a Mirror
Title:
Woman Admiring Herself in a Mirror
Divided Back PM 1907 Feb-13

Description:
Don't sit up nights admiring yourself. The best that can be said of you is that you might pass in a crowd



A Butcher
Title:
A Butcher
Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-00

Description:
The exorbitant prices you get for your beef Are enough to change any good man to a thief, And the cats and dogs which pass under your saw Will soon put you safe in the grasp of the law


An Artist
Title:
An Artist
Divided Back unused

Description:
That you think you can paint is very sure, Yet your very best work is but caricature; In fact, all your daubing, e'er hard you may try, Is enough to make even a sign-painter cry



Is The Protection Needed?
Title:
Is The Protection Needed?
Divided Back unused


Looks As If The Pace Were Telling
Title:
Looks As If The Pace Were Telling
Divided Back unused



Not A Commendable Method Of Gathering News
Title:
Not A Commendable Method Of Gathering News
Divided Back unused


Old Rooster
Title:
Old Rooster
Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-14

Description:
You make pretense of being young, Though your muscle's weak and nerves unstrung, Your actions go from bad to worse So you really ought to have a nurse



Society Belle
Title:
Society Belle
Divided Back unused

Description:
You never miss a single chance to got to any ball or dance, And you're always ready, no matter when, To show your power in catching men


The Quack
Title:
The Quack
Divided Back unused

Description:
Because you bought your way through college, You think you have sufficient knowledge of Medical facts to hang up a sign For which false pretense you should pay a fine



The Singer
Title:
The Singer
Divided Back unused

Description:
How is it that you always sing Of “The songs we won't forget”? Is it because your awful wails Are haunting us all yet?


Youthful Dress And Wrinkles Don't Harmonize
Title:
Youthful Dress And Wrinkles Don't Harmonize
Divided Back unused



The Masher
Title:
The Masher
Divided Back PM 1906 Nov-07

Description:
Don Juan isn't in it with me, I'm a charmer of the highest degree, My style is so dashing, Whenever I'm mashing, Some maiden's heart flutters to me


The Would-Be Athlete
Title:
The Would-Be Athlete
Divided Back unused

Description:
There's a young man we frequently meet, Every record he's striving to beat. His brain has to hustle To keep up with his muscle, He's a wonder, this would-be athlete



Woman and s Smoking Stove
Title:
Woman and s Smoking Stove
Divided Back unused

Description:
You know how hard you have to shake to get the ashes out, You know how hard you cough and sneeze, as dust flies all about, You know how hard it is to lug the heavy coal and wood, You know you'd gladly change, and have a gas stove – if you could


Woman and stove
Title:
Woman and stove
Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-25

Description:
I wouldn't have a Coal Range, with ashes, dirt and dust, I wouldn't have an Oil Stove, with smoke and smell and rust, I wouldn't have Electric things, which might electrocute me, for since I've had a Gas Stove, there's nothing else will suit me



Mother-In-Law
Title:
Mother-In-Law
Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-17

Description:
Series F. L. 364 Dear mother-in-law is here again for a protracted stay; we love her, oh! So dearly That we cry when she's away


A Lovesick
Title:
A Lovesick
Divided Back PM 1907 Feb-14

Description:
Aurocrome Series A 34 Stop writing love notes all the day. She loves you? It's a joke. She'll take your presents by the score, And shake you when you're broke



Phonograph Fiend
Title:
Phonograph Fiend
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-15

Description:
Aurocrome Series That phonograph of yours, gee whiz, It makes the neighbors sour; We'd like to hear it now and then, But not most every hour


The Autoist
Title:
The Autoist
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-14

Description:
Aurocrome Series A 29 When your horn you loudly toot, Wrapped in that great fur-lined suit, All the girls think you're so cute, You big lobsterine galoot



The Bum Bowler
Title:
The Bum Bowler
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A 37 You Cannot hit a tenpin Your bowling will not do; But you can bowl the “highballs” As soon as you are through


The Fat Fellow
Title:
The Fat Fellow
Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-02

Description:
Aurocrome Series A 28 Why don't you try to take off fat? Your feet don't know where they are at; You cannot see your heel or toe, Because, fat thing, they're hidden so



The Inventor
Title:
The Inventor
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-13

Description:
Aurocrome Series Another scheme! What have you now, A pulley or a shaft? Most every time I meet you now You have a different graft


The Motorman
Title:
The Motorman
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-14

Description:
Aurocrome Series A 26 With lawsuits filed most every day For running cars amuck, Go change your trade – take up the hoe, You picture of hard luck



The Paperhanger
Title:
The Paperhanger
Divided Back unused

Description:
Aurocrome Series You stick cheap paper on the wall, And stick the man who pays; You slap paste here and smear glue there In fifty-seven ways


The Quack Doctor
Title:
The Quack Doctor
Divided Back unused

Description:
Aurocrome Series Powders, lotions, salve and squills, Plasters, tablets, bum old pills, Cannot even cure a ham; Hang this sign, “A quack I am.”



The Tailor
Title:
The Tailor
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-01

Description:
Aurocrome Series A 36 You make a bluff at measurement and claim a cutter's eye, When all the cloth you butcher up Is stamped out with a die


The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-14

Description:
Aurocrome Series A 13 We're on to you, you're very bum; You cannot strike a key straight. You sit there just to play goo-goo With poor old Mister Staylate



To The Homely Maid
Title:
To The Homely Maid
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-13

Description:
Aurocrome Series Go see a beauty doctor, And have your face made o'er; He'll fix you in a jiffy with tools around his store


10 Cent Store Broke Loose
Title:
10 Cent Store Broke Loose
Divided Back unused

Description:
Valentine Series 308 What a jewel ! You shine with your form studded o'er, As a walking show bill of a “10 cent store” such beauty and taste all those ear-drops disclose, Tis a pity you did not put one in your nose. It sets my heart sighing quite sad and forlorn. To think they're as bogus as her they adorn. Tis the “sweet buy and buy” with you o'er and o'er, As you call at that beautiful “10 Cent Store”



A Foppish Little Runt
Title:
A Foppish Little Runt
Divided Back unused

Description:
Valentine Series 308 You weazened little monkey, Do you really suppose That for a man you'll pass yourself By wearing dudish clothes? If so, you/re much mistaken, My puny little friend, For no tailor in Creation Your insignificance could mend


Head Of The House?
Title:
Head Of The House?
Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-04

Description:
Valentine Series 308 To bridle and bit you meekly submit, Like a horse that's been trained to obey – A horse? No an ass would be more in your class, Such a lack of all spunk you display



The Coquette
Title:
The Coquette
Divided Back PM Feb-10

Description:
You flirt with every boy you see With Tom or Dick or Harry. Your goo goo eyes don't fool us now, We know you'll never marry


The Golfer
Title:
The Golfer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Aurocrome Series Every time you try to drive From a tee so neat, Bang! You always hit yourself Plumb upon the feet



The Grocer
Title:
The Grocer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Aurocrome Series A20 You pose for a grocer so swell, But we're on to you full well; Your sugar's sand, and second-hand Is all the stuff you sell


The Matinee Girl
Title:
The Matinee Girl
Divided Back PM Apr-00

Description:
Always looking for a pass for any sort of show, From matinee to matinee You're always on the go



The Paperhanger
Title:
The Paperhanger
Divided Back unused

Description:
Aurocrome Series A23 You stick cheap paper on the wall, And stick the man who pays; You slap paste here and smear glue there In fifty-seven ways


The Stout One
Title:
The Stout One
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-15

Description:
She's a graceful sylph who must weigh near a ton, She wabbles, wabbles, wabbles, whene'er she tries to run; Among the South-Sea Islanders, she would be a great success, Their wives must weigh 300 pounds, and not a drachm less



The Walking Delegate
Title:
The Walking Delegate
Divided Back PM 1908 Apr-27

Description:
Aurocrome Series You haven't done a storke of work or many, Many years; But, gee, that jaw works overtime On free lunch, talk and beers


To The Rainy-Day Girl
Title:
To The Rainy-Day Girl
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-05

Description:
Aurocrome Series You're the queen of rainy-daisies; At my ribs my fond heart knocks; The alarm clocks on your stockings Can be heard for blocks and blocks



A Bum Bowler
Title:
A Bum Bowler
Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-22

Description:
You spend all night around the alley Without once making a decent tally; You make more fuss than other men Who, to your one pin, are rolling ten


an old man practicing his piano in his tuxedo
Title:
an old man practicing his piano in his tuxedo
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6006 You can practise all day And practise all night But the music you make will never sound right



Children with a ripped book look at and old lady
Title:
Children with a ripped book look at and old lady
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6032 You think that you know how to bring up a child But your own are such terrors to al far and near What you call bringing up is decidedly queer


Fat Man
Title:
Fat Man
Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-04

Description:
You travel along with grunt and noise, The direct result of your avoirdupois; You might call less attention to your subway chest If you once went around with a more quiet vest



Loafer
Title:
Loafer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Your only aim in life seems to be to stand around the corner and show your ugly mug. To insult passers-by fills you with glee, You worthless, shiftless, loafing plug. You are an insult to the self-respecting man, Hard work you should be sentenced to, you and your clan


Old Lady Carrying her Dog
Title:
Old Lady Carrying her Dog
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6028 No matter really where you go Or if at home you're seen you're too antique for any beau One can't be found so green



The Old Maid
Title:
The Old Maid
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1135


The Skater
Title:
The Skater
Divided Back unused

Description:
You think, of course, that you can skate, But you are only second rate; You sprawl around the rink, and few Escape a bump or fall from you



A Butcher
Title:
A Butcher
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-13

Description:
The exorbitant prices you get for your beef Are enough to change any good man to a thief, And the cats and dogs which pass under your saw Will soon put you safe in the grasp of the law


A Poetical Poseur
Title:
A Poetical Poseur
Divided Back unused

Description:
Behold this pale little poet, With a finger at forehead to show it; But the way he gets scads Is by writing soap ads, But he wants nobody to know it!



A Tailor
Title:
A Tailor
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-13

Description:
Whenever you measure for a suit You smile to think of the way you loot Your customers, who, all the while, Are adding to your robber pile


Advice For A Plump Person
Title:
Advice For A Plump Person
Divided Back PM 1911 Mar-30

Description:
A lady stout must surely hate To be told that she's “simply great!” She should be wise And exercise Before her chins are duplicate



Carpenter
Title:
Carpenter
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1244 A real “skilled Workman” you must be to “work” your job so endlessly, For each day, almost without fail You work eight hours and drive one nail


Milkman
Title:
Milkman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1244 No wonder that so blythe and gay You milk the old red pump each day A small investment so they say Grows quickly in the milky way



Paperhanger
Title:
Paperhanger
Divided Back unused

Description:
You have no artistic sense at all In matters large or matters small, And your foolish efforts to harmonize Are enough to ruin most anyone's eyes


Plumber
Title:
Plumber
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1244 You lazy good for nothing loafer, Your boss should furnish you a sofa, The hardest job that you could take Would be to keep yourself awake



The Lovesick Lass
Title:
The Lovesick Lass
Divided Back PM 1906 Sep-01

Description:
She sits a she sighs “Ah heigho!” And says she's “two strings to her bow;” She thinks she's a flirt, But some people assert It's the beaux that string her, don't you know!


The Manicurist
Title:
The Manicurist
Divided Back PM 1907 Jan-05

Description:
She is “A clip,” and tis her plan to flatter every silly man; Her manner's bland, She holds his hand And “trims him” every time she can!



A Painful Pianist
Title:
A Painful Pianist
Divided Back PM 1906 Feb-21

Description:
Hark to our low, anguish moan And leave the piano alone; Though you are a stayer, You'll ne'er be a player, Though you wear your fingers to bone!


A Question Of Taste
Title:
A Question Of Taste
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oh, it's nice to “follow the style” Good taste is well worth the while; But don't follow the mode If it's way down the road Considerably more than a mile!



A Silly Singer
Title:
A Silly Singer
Divided Back PM 1906 Feb-13

Description:
Oh, singer, why do you sing, The tears to our eyes for to bring? You're not a bad sort. But please cut it short, For our bosoms with anguish you wring!


An Affected Actress
Title:
An Affected Actress
Divided Back unused

Description:
She thinks she's a dramatic queen And that all of the critics are “mean;” But the thespian art She brings to a part Is some wriggles and lots of blondine



The Club Woman
Title:
The Club Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Mid a clatter of tea-cups and spoons and an atmosphere suited for swoons, The President hen Rails at the men, And talks of prisms and prunes


The College Professor
Title:
The College Professor
Divided Back unused

Description:
His store of learning's immense, His classical knowledge intense; But greater success Would attend the “Profess” Who'd show some slight common sense



The Football Player
Title:
The Football Player
Divided Back unused

Description:
Arrayed thus, his joy is complete, All he thinks is to be “an athlete;” And all of the knowledge That he gains in college Shows his brains have gone into his feet


The Golf Player
Title:
The Golf Player
Divided Back unused

Description:
This young man has “golfitis” bad, His case it is really quite sad; He calls the small laddie Who attends him his “caddie,” And he simply lives for this fad!



The Tennis Girl
Title:
The Tennis Girl
Divided Back unused

Description:
She likes to court in the court, Thinks tennis “the jolliest sport!” And shouts “thirty all!” As she whacks at the ball With many a cowlike cavort!


Old Maid
Title:
Old Maid
Divided Back unused

Description:
She's caught a poor cat and a bird, But she can't snare a man, so we've heard, It's the old maid's sad fate To lose out on a mate And take tea – but s'sh! Not a word



The Athletic Girl
Title:
The Athletic Girl
Divided Back unused

Description:
She is husky and strong, stout of limb. She's “fast” (on the run) “in the swim,” To box and to fence Are “Simply immense,” But her best friends could scarce call her slim


The Cigarette Fiend
Title:
The Cigarette Fiend
Divided Back unused

Description:
This youngster is sure he's a sport, The devilish, dangerous sort. If he grows any worse, He'll need a new nurse For on brains and good sense he is short



The Love-Sick Girl
Title:
The Love-Sick Girl
Divided Back PM 1907 Feb-13

Description:
Do you know her, this maiden forlorn? By love unreturned, she is torn. Compared to her hero, All others are zero, And she wishes she'd never been born


The Mother-In-Law
Title:
The Mother-In-Law
Divided Back unused

Description:
She fights and she snarls like a cat, She lays out her son-in-law flat. Her manner's tyrannic, Her nerve is titanic, And you never know where she is at



The Summer Girl
Title:
The Summer Girl
Divided Back PM Feb-14

Description:
Do you know a maiden who goes To the seaside to show off her clothes, And home with her brings Several cheap rings And Tales of how fellows propose?


The Talkative Woman
Title:
The Talkative Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
She's the queen of nonsensical talk. She can make e'en the phonograph balk. If you've ever been stung By her nasty, sharp tongue You'll fly when she comes never walk



The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
Divided Back unused

Description:
You've seen her, the gay office belle, Whose “gentleman friends” are all “swell” Her clothes are so “grand” That she can't understand Why she'd be expected to spell


The Young Bride
Title:
The Young Bride
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-09

Description:
She's promised to “love and obey,” and she will (if she has her own way); And she's learning to cook Out of a book. Will “hub” be dyspeptic? Oh, say!



The Flirt
Title:
The Flirt
Divided Back unused

Description:
She knows how to smile and look coy, How to charm the young cub or old boy; It there's only a man To make eyes o'er her fan, Complete is this butterfly's joy


The Overdressed Woman
Title:
The Overdressed Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
As a dresser she thinks she is “Right” But the truth is, she looks like a fright She imagines she's “Dashy.” When she simply is flashy, and people say. “Ain't she a sight!”



The Saleslady
Title:
The Saleslady
Divided Back unused

Description:
Tho she is haughty, she can use her smile when she tries to pass of some “old style”. Her tongue's smooth and glib, No, she wouldn't fib, but she makes the poor dupe spend his “pile”


The Schoolma'am
Title:
The Schoolma'am
Divided Back PM 1906 Nov-21

Description:
She is the one of whom all are afraid, And her speech is “I must be obeyed!” She keeps down the lid On the poor little kid, And she lives and will die an old maid



The Jealous Woman
Title:
The Jealous Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 337 Don't obey his whisperings, He never tells the truth, It causes you much misery, just cast him out, Forsooth


The Servant
Title:
The Servant
Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-13

Description:
Series F. L. 332 Every time you get a kiss, We can hear a crash; Do be a little careful of the china-ware and glass



A Question Of Taste
Title:
A Question Of Taste
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oh, it's nice to "follow the style" Good taste is well worth the while; But don't follow the mode If it's way down the road Considerably more than a mile!


The Mother In Law
Title:
The Mother In Law
Divided Back unused

Description:
R. Hill A husband of whom I have heard Declared his wife's mother “a bird!” She smiled, but just then He murmured “a hen!” the ambulance call hem occurred!



The Mother In Law
Title:
The Mother In Law
Divided Back unused

Description:
R. Hill A husband of whom I have heard Declared his wife's mother “a bird!” She smiled, but just then He murmured “a hen!” the ambulance call hem occurred!


The Schoolmarm
Title:
The Schoolmarm
Divided Back unused

Description:
She thinks she's so wise none can fool her Or further in knowledge can school her; But, the truth to impart, She makes the boys smart By briskly applying a ruler!



The Golf Player
Title:
The Golf Player
Divided Back unused

Description:
This young man has "golfitis" bad His case it is really quite sad He calls the small laddie Who attends him his caddie And he simply lives for this fad


The Lovesick Lass
Title:
The Lovesick Lass
Divided Back PM Mar-17

Description:
She sits and she sighs "Ah heigho!" And says she's "two strings to her bow:" She thinks she's a flirt, But some people assert It's the beaux that string her, don't you know!



Mandrake the Magician
Title:
Mandrake the Magician
Chrome unused


The Phantom
Title:
The Phantom
Chrome unused



Paperhanger (Wallpaper)
Title:
Paperhanger (Wallpaper)
PM 1913 Feb-26

Description:
You have no artistic sense at all in matters large or matters small, and your foolish efforts to harmonize are enough to ruin most anyone's eyes


The Athletic Lass
Title:
The Athletic Lass
Divided Back PM 1915 Sep-17

Description:
R. Hill Oh, the girl who goes in for brawn Who's in training from daylight till dawn Should from such stunts refrain And develop her brain And thank us for "putting her on!"



The proud father
Title:
The proud father
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F.L. 343 The proud father Oh! father proud, we know your child is the wisest in the nation; There are others though, I think will grow to some exalted station


The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
Divided Back unused

Description:
MYER Aurocrome Series A13 We're on to you, you're very bum; You cannot strike a key straight. You sit there just to goo-goo with poor old Mister Staylate



Tillie the Typewriter
Title:
Tillie the Typewriter
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1142 With love, Bill


The Opera Singer
Title:
The Opera Singer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2417 Sing Tra-la-la! And Tra-la-le! An Opera Singer you would be; But don't forget this little thing, In Operay you have to Sing!



The Cook
Title:
The Cook
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 359 Oh! Tyrant of the kitchen, don't scare us all to death; keep quiet for a minute and catch your second breath


The Fisherman
Title:
The Fisherman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 320 Come on now pal, own up-confess, isn't this the way you catch your mess? We've heard the stories that you told, for really they are all quite old



The Telephone Girl
Title:
The Telephone Girl
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 326 When impudence was handed out, You was upon the spot; If you ever yelled at me that way, for you I'd make it hot


The Thin Woman
Title:
The Thin Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 361 I Beg of you don't think me rude, If to your figure I allude, A pencil or a match would do to illustrate the shape of you



The Schoolmarm
Title:
The Schoolmarm
Divided Back unused

Description:
She thinks she's so wise none can fool her Or further in knowledge can school her; But, the truth to impart, She makes the boys smart By briskly applying a ruler!


An Ass Of An Actor
Title:
An Ass Of An Actor
Divided Back unused

Description:
An actor, who thought he could act, Did his best applause to attract; “My art's ripe!” he cried, But the people replied “It's rotten!” And it was, for a fact



The Artist
Title:
The Artist
Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-08

Description:
The artist starts out with high hope, or “the higher ideals” he will grope; But before very long He changes his song, And draws pictures to advertise soap!


The Ivy League College Girl
Title:
The Ivy League College Girl
Divided Back PM 1906 Feb-14

Description:
To see her you never would judge that her mother at home has to drudge And scrimp so's to pay Through the college the way Of the daughter who flirts and makes fudge!



Woman working on her manicure
Title:
Woman working on her manicure
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6029 If you will give your face massage And manicure your hands, I know That if you'll only keep it up The prize you'll take at a Beauty-show


The Lawyer
Title:
The Lawyer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Where there's a will there's a way To break it, the legal sharps say; And, between you and me, A contingent fee Is a case of "the devil to pay!"



The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-19

Description:
Series 1142 Little Tillie Typewriter tapping the keys, Spelling like Teddy – aint she the tease! The pride of the office – also the boy Say! She's a dandy! Oh joy! Oh joy!


Cutting It Short
Title:
Cutting It Short
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 503-19



The Artist
Title:
The Artist
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 350 When it comes to talking art. You're always on the job; but when it comes to painting things, you prove that you're a slob


The Masher
Title:
The Masher
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-20

Description:
Series F. L. 336 On some fine day when you get gay, and practice at your “Mashing,” I too will take a hand in it, and give you a sound thrashing



The Saloon-Keeper
Title:
The Saloon-Keeper
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series F. L. 362 Your beer's all foam, Your cigar's are hay, No wonder that you make it pay


The New Dam Family
Title:
The New Dam Family
Divided Back unused

Description:
Sallie Dam, Jonnie Dam, Miss A. S. Dam, Mrs. Dam Dam Twins McNewb Dam, Zip Dam, Sam Dam on the Dam Juje."



The Auto Fiend
Title:
The Auto Fiend
Divided Back PM 1906 Feb-12

Description:
Series 5004-15 I'm the king of the highway and street, And I scare every horse that I meet. My chauffeur is in jail When he isn't on bail, But no cop can scare me off his beat.


The Lawyer
Title:
The Lawyer
Divided Back unused

Description:
R. Hill Where there's a will there's a way To break it, the legal sharps say; And, between you and me, A contingent fee Is a case of "the devil to pay!"



The Athletic Girl
Title:
The Athletic Girl
Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
She is husky and strong, stout of limb. She's "fast" (on the run) "in the swim," To box and to fence Are "simply Immense," But her best friends could scarce call her slim.




Total: 217 Items