Oriental Hotel
Title:
Oriental Hotel
Coney Island New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The famous Hotel was erected by the Manhattan Beach Company in the spring of 1880, and opened during the summer of the same year. It is a unique and very imposing structure, nearly 500 feet long, six and seven stories high, and ornamented with circular towers. It contains about 500 sleeping rooms, prettily furnished, and is noted for its exclusiveness and unsurpassed cuisine.


Log Section on Cars
Title:
Log Section on Cars
Divided Back unused

Description:
California-Giant Trees - This picture illustrates how the log lengths, into which a big tree is cut so it can be taken to the mill, are conveyed on special railroad trucks. The log shown in this picture, when cut up, made more than 40,000 shingles! The loading of these logs on to the railroad trucks is, in itself, a delicate and dangerous task. By means of chains the log is drawn up an incline pathway formed of dressed logs, and finally landed in place, when it is secured to the trucks.



Home of James A Garfield
Title:
Home of James A Garfield
Mentor Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
James A. Garfield, twentieth President of the United States, was born in Orange Township, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, Nov. 30th, 1831. He was graduated from Williams College in 1856. In 1858 he married Lucretia Randolph. Monitor was their home except when his official duties called him elsewhere. On July 3rd, 1881, he was shot in the Baltimore and Potomac Railway Depot at Washington by Charles Gulteau. He lingered until Sept. 19th, when he died at Eiberon, NJ, where he had been removed on Sept. 6th. Garfield's remains rest in a beautiful Monument in Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland.


Home of Millard Fillmore
Title:
Home of Millard Fillmore
Buffalo New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Home of John Adams
Title:
Home of John Adams
Quincy Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
John Adams, second President of the United States, was born Oct. 30th, 1735, in that part of the town of Braintree, Mass., which is now called Quincy. He was graduated from Harvard in 1753, and on Oct. 26th, 1764, married Abigail Smith, a lady of culture and social distinction. After a brilliant political career, Mr. Adams passed a quarter of a century at his home in Quincy in peaceful, happy seclusion, devoting himself to literary work. He died in his 91st year, on July 4th, 1826 - the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. He lived long enough to see his son John Quincy become President. Mrs. Adams died in 1818


Home of John Quincy Adams
Title:
Home of John Quincy Adams
Quincy Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the United States, was born in Quincy, Norfolk Co., Mass., July 11th 1767. He was graduated from Harvard in 1787. On July 26th, 1797, he married Louise Catherine Johnson. Adams was a devoted husband and father, and their home life was one of uninterrupted happiness. Mr. Adams died of paralysis in Washington on Feb. 2nd, 1848. His wife then returned to the Quincy home, and her death occurred on May 14th, 1852. Both are buried in Quincy.



"Polk Place," Home of James K. Polk
Title:
"Polk Place," Home of James K. Polk
Nashville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
James K. Polk, eleventh President of the United States, was born in Pineville, Mecklenberg Co., N. C. on Nov. 2d, 1795. He was graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1818, and in 1924 was married to Sarah Childress. Before the expiration of his term of office (1845-49), he purchased a hiuse in Nashville, and here he died on June 15th, 1849. His remains are buried beneath a temple erected on the grounds., Mrs. Polk continued to live there until her death in 1891.


Home of Franklin Pierce
Title:
Home of Franklin Pierce
Hillsboro New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Franklin Pierce, fourteenth President of the United States was born at Hillsboro, N.H. on Nov. 23rd, 1804. He was graduated from Bowdoin College in 1824, and in 1834 married Jane Means Appleton.They both preferred the quiet of their New England life to the fashionable life at Washington, and were glad when they could return to Hillsboro at the end of Pierce's term of office in 1857. Later they moved to Concord, where they passed the remainder of their days in comfort and ease. Pierce died on Oct. 8th, 1869, six years after the death of his wife.



Home of Grover Cleveland
Title:
Home of Grover Cleveland
Princeton New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused

Description:
Grover Cleveland, twenty-second President of the United States, was born in Caldwell, N.J., on March 18th, 1837. He was twice elected to the office of Chief Magistrate, having served from 1885 to 1889 and from 1893 to 1897. On June 2nd, 1886, he married Frances Folsom. At the expiration of his second term, Cleveland with his wife and family retired to their Princeton home - "Westland" - passing the greater part of each year there in a quiet, unostentatious life of comfort and ease. Cleveland died there on June 24th, 1908


Home of Martin Van Buren
Title:
Home of Martin Van Buren
Kinderhook New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1910 May-28



Home of Benjamin Harrison
Title:
Home of Benjamin Harrison
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Benjamin Harrison, the twenty-third President of the United States, was born in North Bend, Ohio, Aug.30th, 1833. He was a graduate of Miami University in 1852, and entered the army in 1862, becoming brigadier-general in 1865. He was twice married, the first time, in 1853, to Caroline Lavinia Scott, who died in 1892 in the White House, and the second time, in 1896, of pneumonia at his home in Indianapolis on March 13th 1903.


Home of Zachary Taylor
Title:
Home of Zachary Taylor
Louisville Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Zachary Taylor, twelfth President of the United States, was born in Orange Co., Va., on Sept. 24th, 1784. In 1816, he married Margaret Smith. Taylor looked forward to living a private life upon the conclusion of his term of office, but he died very suddenly in the White House on July 9th, 1850. His wife survived him two years.



Home of Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Home of Theodore Roosevelt
Oyster Bay New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Sagamore Hill, home of Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-fifth President of the United States, was born in New York City on Oct. 27th, 1858, and was graduated from Harvard University in 1880. He was twice married, first to Alice Lee in 1884, and in 1886, to Edith Kermit Carow. Their home is "Sagamore Hill" which commands a view of Long Island Sound and the Connecticut shore beyond, the estate embracing about 100 acres. The interior of the house is adorned with many souvenirs and trophies of Roosevelt's skill in hunting.


Home of William Henry Harrison
Title:
Home of William Henry Harrison
North Bend Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
North Bend - Home of William Henry Harrison. William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the United States, was born in Berkclay, Charles City Co., Va., Feb. 9th, 1773. He was graduated from Hampden-Sidney College in 1790, studied medicine, then entered the army in 1791 as ensign, and rose rapidly in rank. On Nov. 22nd, 1795, he married Anna Symmes. Harrison was inaugurated in 1841. and served as President exactly one month, dying of pleurisy April 4th, 1841. He was the first Chief Magistrate to die in office. His wife was at their home in North Bend, Ohio, at the time of his death, and his remains were later removed there from Washington. Mrs. Harrison died in 1864.



"Wheatland", Home of James Buchanan
Title:
"Wheatland", Home of James Buchanan
Lancaster Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
James Buchanan, fifteenth President of the United States, was born near Mercersburgh, Franklin Co., Pa, on April 23rd, 1791. He was graduated from Dickinson College in 1809, and was never married. In 1848, he purchased a small estate of twenty-two acres, known as "Wheatland." The house, a substantial brick mansion, was his home when not occupying an official residence in Washington or London. He died here on June 1st, 1868.


Home of John Quincy Adams
Title:
Home of John Quincy Adams
Quincy Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused



Home of Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Home of Thomas Jefferson
Monticello Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
"Monticello" - Home of Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States, was born in Shadwell, Albemarie County, Virginia April 2nd, 1743. He entered the College William and Mary at the age of 17, was graduated, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1767. On Jan 1st, 1772, he married Mrs. Martha Skelton, a widow of much grace and charm, and took her to his new home, "Monticello." His estate included 40,000 acres and 135 slaves. After 44 years of public service, Jefferson retired to private life in 1809, and died at "Monticello" on July 4th, 1826. His wife died in 1782.


Home of Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Home of Abraham Lincoln
Springfield Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth President of the United States, was born near Hodgeville, Larue County, Kentucky, February 12th, 1809. He did not attend college. In 1836 he moved to Springfield and practiced Law. In 1842 he married Mary Todd. Lincoln served but a little more than a month of a second term as President when he was assassinated while at Ford's Theatre, Washington, on April 14th, 1865, by John Wilkes Booth. He expired on the following morning. He was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Ill. Mrs. Lincoln died in 1881.



Home of Benjamin Harrison
Title:
Home of Benjamin Harrison
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Benjamin Harrison, the twenty-third President of the United States, was born in North Bend, Ohio, Aug.30th, 1833. He was a graduate of Miami University in 1852, and entered the army in 1862, becoming brigadier-general in 1865. He was twice married, the first time, in 1853, to Caroline Lavinia Scott, who died in 1892 in the White House, and the second time, in 1896, of pneumonia at his home in Indianapolis on March 13th 1903.


Home of Chester A. Arthur
Title:
Home of Chester A. Arthur
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
123 Lexington Avenue, New York City - Chester A. Arthur, twenty-first President of the United States, was born in Fairfield, Vt., on Oct. 5th, 1830. He was graduated from Union College in 1848, and married Ellen Lewis Herndon in 1859. Arthur was genial in disposition, and his domestic life happy. As Vice-President, he succeeded to the Presidency by the death of Garfield on Sept. 19th, 1881. He died suddenly at his New York residence on Nov. 18th, 1886, having outlived his wife six years.



Home of Zachary Taylor
Title:
Home of Zachary Taylor
Louisville Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Zachary Taylor, twelfth President of the United States, was born in Orange Co., Va., on Sept. 24th, 1784. In 1816, he married Margaret Smith. Taylor looked forward to living a private life upon the conclusion of his term of office, but he died very suddenly in the White House July 9th 1850. His wife survived him two years.


Home of Franklin Pierce
Title:
Home of Franklin Pierce
Hillsboro New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pierce, fourteenth President of the United States, was born at Hillsboro on Nov. 23rd, 1804. He was graduated from Bowdoin College in 1824, and in 1834, married Jane Means Appleton. They both preferred the quiet of their New England home to the fashionable life at Washington, and were glad when they could return to Hillsboro at the expiration of Pierce's term of office in 1857. Later they moved to Concord, where they passed the remainder of their days in comfort and ease. Pierce died on Oct. 8, 1869, six years after the death of his wife.



Home of Martin Van Buren near Albany
Title:
Home of Martin Van Buren near Albany
Kinderhook New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Martin Van Buren, eighth President of the United States was born in the old town of Kinderhook on the Hudson on Dec. 5, 1782. He had no college education, but began practicing law in 1803. In 1807he married Hannah Hoes. She died in 1819. After 36 years of active public life, Van Buren returned to "Lindenwold," his fine estate in Kinderhook and here he lived quietly and peacefully until his death July 14, 1862.


Home of Rutherford B. Hayes
Title:
Home of Rutherford B. Hayes
Fremont Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Rutherford B. Hayes, nineteenth President of the United States, was born in Delaware, Ohio Oct. 4, 1822. He was graduated from Kenyon College in 1642.In 1852, he married Lucy W. Webb, and his successful career was largely due to her intelligent appreciation of his aspirations. They celebrated their silver wedding in the White House. Hayes died in Fremont, his home for many years, on Jan 17th, 1893, his widow surviving him six years.



Home of James Madison
Title:
Home of James Madison
Montpelier Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
James Madison, fourth President of the United States, was born at Port Conway, Va., March 16th, 1751. He was graduated from Princeton in 1772. In September, 1794, he married a beautiful young widow, Mrs. Dorothy Payne Todd. About the time of his marriage, he built his home at Montpelier--a large, commodious mansion, designed more for comfort and hospitality than display; one wing was exclusively appropriated to his mother. Madison died here on June 28th, 1836, his widow surviving him thirteen years


Home of John Tyler
Title:
Home of John Tyler
Sherwood Forest Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
John Tyler became the tenth President of the United States on April 6th, 1841, two days after the death of his predecessor, William Henry Harrison. He was born in Greenway, Charles City Co., Va. March with 1790, and was graduated from William and Mary College in 1807. In 1811 he was married to Letitia Christian. Mrs. Tyler died at the White House in September 1842. In June, 1944, Tyler married Julia Gardner. At the expiration of his term of office, he retired to Sherwood Forest, where he indulged in his scholarly tastes and dispensed agreeable hospitality. He died at his home on Jan. 17th, 1862, his wife surviving him 37 years.



Home of James Garfield
Title:
Home of James Garfield
Mentor Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
James A. Garfield, twentieth president of the United States, was born in Orange Township, Cuyahoga County on Nov. 18th, 1831. He was graduated from Williams College in 1836. In 1858 he married Lucretia Randolph. Mentor was their house except when his official duties called him elsewhere. On July 2nd, 1881, he was shot in the Baltimore and Potomac Railway Depot at Washington, by Charles Guiteau. He lingered until Sept. 19th when he died at Elberon, NJ where he had been removed on Sept. 5th. Garfield's remains rest in a beautiful monument in Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland.


Home of James Monroe
Title:
Home of James Monroe
Oak Hill Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
James Monroe, fifth President of the United States, was born in Westmoreland Co., Va., April 28th, 1758. He was graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1776.



"Polk Place," Home of James K. Polk
Title:
"Polk Place," Home of James K. Polk
Nashville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
James K. Polk, eleventh President of the United States, was born in Pineville, Mecklenberg Co., N.C. on Nov. 2d, 1795. He was graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1813, and in 1822 was married to Sarah Childress.Before the expiration of his term of office (1845-49) he purchased a house in Nashville, and here he died on June 15th, 1849. His remains are buried beneath a temple erected on the grounds. Mrs. Polk continued to live here until her death in 1892


A Prostrate Giant
Title:
A Prostrate Giant
California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
California-Giant Trees: The lumbering of the big trees of the Pacific Coast is an altogether unique industry. Where the old-time lumberman in other localities depended upon conveying his logs by ice roads in winter, or floating them down streams at spring freshets, the Pacific Coast lumberman has to get along without such an aid, for though the latitude in which the big trees are found is almost the same as that of Labrador, snow and ice are almost unknown.



Greenville - Home of Andrew Jackson
Title:
Greenville - Home of Andrew Jackson
Greeneville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Andrew Johnson, seventeenth President of the United States, was born in Raleigh, NC on Dec. 29th, 1808, and with a very limited education, began life as a tailor's apprentice at the age of ten. In 1826 he married Eliza McCantle. His wife, who was educated, thrifty and industrious, was of great assistance in his career. He was Vice President when Lincoln was assassinated, and succeedd to his unexpired term. Johnson died on July 31st, 1875, near Carter's Station, Tenn., and was buried near his home in Greenville, Tenn. His wife survived him one year.


Home of Andrew Johnson
Title:
Home of Andrew Johnson
Greeneville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Andrew Johnson, seventeenth President of the United States, was born in Raleigh, N.C.



Home of George Washington
Title:
Home of George Washington
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Mount Vernon-Home of George Washington. George Washington, first president of the United States, was born Feb. 2nd. 1732, on the banks of the Potomac, Virginia. Mount Vernon was built by his half-brother Laurence, who died in 1752, when George went to Mount Vernon to live. The house contains about twenty rooms; in the dining room (on the right) is the Carrara marble mantel sent to George Washington from Italy. On Jan. 6th 1759, Washington married Mrs. Martha Curtis, a young widow. he died of pneumonia on Dec. 14th, 1779, his wife surviving him three years.


The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson
Title:
The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson
Divided Back unused

Description:
Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, and the founder of the Democratic Party, was born March 15th, 1767, in the Washaw Settlement, Union Co., on the border between North and South Carolina. He married Mrs. Rachel Donelson Roberts in 1794. After nearly 40 years of happy wedlock, Mr.s Jackson died at The Hermitage on Dec. 2nd, 1828. Jackson continued to live there until his death on June 6th, 1845.



A Band of Hope
Title:
A Band of Hope
PM 1907 Jul-24

Description:
Lance Thackeray River Humor Series 9233 Four men sitting in a small boat fishing.


A Band of Hope
Title:
A Band of Hope
PM 1907 Jul-24

Description:
Lance Thackeray River Humor Series 9233 Four men sitting in a small boat fishing.



A Happy Easter
Title:
A Happy Easter
PM 1913 Mar-21


A King for a Day
Title:
A King for a Day
unused

Description:
Gene Carr F.L. Series 189



Best Wishes For A Good Thanksgiving
Title:
Best Wishes For A Good Thanksgiving
unused


Broilers
Title:
Broilers
unused



Funny heads with angel wings and top hats
Title:
Funny heads with angel wings and top hats
unused

Description:
Gene Carr Series 188


Happy Halloween See Saw
Title:
Happy Halloween See Saw
PM 1909 Oct-8



Her Soul with Purity Possessed
Title:
Her Soul with Purity Possessed
unused


June, Blessed June
Title:
June, Blessed June
unused



May You See Many Glad Thanksgiving Days
Title:
May You See Many Glad Thanksgiving Days
PM 1913 Nov-26

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle May you always ride on the wings of prosperity and plenty.


Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Calendar Reproduction
Title:
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Calendar Reproduction
unused

Description:
Philip Boileau The above is a miniature reproduction of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Calendar for 1908, the regular size of which is 11 1/2 x 20 1/2 inches, and they will be ready for distribution December next. Every family in which a Metropolitan policy is then in force will be entitled to a copy without charge. Persons not policy holders can procure a calendar by mail at the time of issue if they will forward their complete address, together with five cents in stamps, to the Home Office of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., No. 1 Madison Avenue, New York City



My Country Tis of Thee
Title:
My Country Tis of Thee
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Little girl in white singing My County Tis of Thee.


My One Rose
Title:
My One Rose
unused



Schulz Pianos
Title:
Schulz Pianos
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Schulz Pianos Satisfy Everywhere - Made in Chicago


Sh-s-s-s-sh!
Title:
Sh-s-s-s-sh!
unused

Description:
Gene Carr F.L. Series 187



The Glorious Fourth
Title:
The Glorious Fourth
PM 1912 Jul-3


The Master & Mistress
Title:
The Master & Mistress
unused

Description:
Tom Browne Our Servants Series 2574 The master & mistress return home unexpectedly from their holidays.



The Secret of the Flowers
Title:
The Secret of the Flowers
unused

Description:
Philip Boileau Woman with yellow flowers.


True as the Blue Above
Title:
True as the Blue Above
unused



Vergissmeinnicht
Title:
Vergissmeinnicht
unused

Description:
Bill Fisher A young woman dressed in white holding a bunch of purple flowers.


With Care for None
Title:
With Care for None
unused



You Ought to See the Other Fellow
Title:
You Ought to See the Other Fellow
PM Feb-3

Description:
Arthur Thiele Black cat with a bandage on his head.


Patriotic woman waving american flag and carrying flowers - United States of America
Title:
Patriotic woman waving american flag and carrying flowers - United States of America
PM 1910 Aug-24



Waiting for a letter
Title:
Waiting for a letter
PM 1907 Feb-11

Description:
woman in a chair


"Telltale Lines"
Title:
"Telltale Lines"
unused



A Bear Impression
Title:
A Bear Impression
unused


A Happy New Year
Title:
A Happy New Year
PM Dec-30

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle A Little boy and girl pulling a cart with toys in it.



A Merry Christmas to You.
Title:
A Merry Christmas to You.
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Santa and child


African American Girl
Title:
African American Girl
PM 1907 Feb-12

Description:
Katherine Gassaway "I'm scared I'll get sunburned."



Army & Navy
Title:
Army & Navy
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle The Army and Navy Forever!


Best Wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving
Title:
Best Wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Blonde boy in rolled up blue overalls, and brown jacket, feeds a handful of corn to a fat tom turkey.



Boy Fixing Hot Water Heater
Title:
Boy Fixing Hot Water Heater
unused


Boy with Accounting Ledger
Title:
Boy with Accounting Ledger
unused



Buster Brown and His Dog
Title:
Buster Brown and His Dog
PM 1907 Dec-10


Buster Brown and His Dog
Title:
Buster Brown and His Dog
unused



Cherries
Title:
Cherries
PM 1904 Apr-10

Description:
C. Klein Three cherries on a branch.


Child Sitting on a Chair
Title:
Child Sitting on a Chair
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle To Greet you with all kind thoughts and good wishes for a very Happy Christmas.



Cornell College Girl
Title:
Cornell College Girl
unused


GEISHA
Title:
GEISHA
unused

Description:
Raphael Kirchner Two Geishas.



Good Wishes for Thanksgiving Day
Title:
Good Wishes for Thanksgiving Day
PM 1916 Nov-22

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle I hope this little card will convey All that I wish for your Thanksgiving Day. But somehow or other it seems so small To think that it could carry them all.


Halloween
Title:
Halloween
unused

Description:
Bernhardt Wall Smiling jack-o-lantern head with stalk of corn body and goblin legs standing by pumpkin patch with black cat.



Halloween
Title:
Halloween
unused

Description:
Bernhardt Wall Jack-o-lantern on corner looking at woman in pink peeling apple with Halloween spelled out in peels


Halloween
Title:
Halloween
unused

Description:
Bernhardt Wall Two pumpkins on a corn stalk with the full moon in the background.



Halloween
Title:
Halloween
PM 1912 Oct-30

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle "Friendly Fairy, Witch, or Fay Fulfil the Wish You wish today."


Happy Halloween
Title:
Happy Halloween
unused

Description:
Bernhardt Wall Postcard shows a witch, black cat and a pumpkin.



Harmony - Art Nouveau  Woman with Guitar
Title:
Harmony - Art Nouveau Woman with Guitar
unused


Harvard Girl
Title:
Harvard Girl
unused



Hearty Greetings for Christmas
Title:
Hearty Greetings for Christmas
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle A little sentry greets a girl in a pink velvet coat, and hat with an American flag. Halt! Who comes here--A messenger with Old Glory and Happy Christmas Cheer.


Lest we Forget, Memorial Day
Title:
Lest we Forget, Memorial Day
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle A child in a soldier uniform stands beneath crossed American flags holding a floral wreath.



Making Hay
Title:
Making Hay
PM 1911 Aug-26


Merry Christmas to You
Title:
Merry Christmas to You
PM 1927 Dec-22

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle A girl and boy stand in the snow holding a basket of treats.



Mincemeat Pies
Title:
Mincemeat Pies
Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-22

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Toddler in a red dress with white apron, holding a butter knife. Mincemeat pies on the shelf behind her. Embossed - Good Wishes for Thanksgiving Day.


Old Dad's Smile
Title:
Old Dad's Smile
PM 1910 Aug-16

Description:
Don't Worry Smile Series 9064



Princeton College Girl
Title:
Princeton College Girl
unused


Princeton Girl
Title:
Princeton Girl
unused



Scarlet Sweetmeats
Title:
Scarlet Sweetmeats
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 7915, VII "Fair Japan" Here we see three demure little boys of the poorest class, intently studying a booth on which some scarlet sweetmeats are displayed. The Japanese child appears to be very precocious, for a baby box of three has been seen smoking and enjoying a cigarette.


Secretarial Valentine
Title:
Secretarial Valentine
PM 1908 Feb-18

Description:
E. Curtis Just a line o'type, my love, To say you will be mine.



Star Spangles Banner
Title:
Star Spangles Banner
PM 1918 Jul-4

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle "Tis the star-spangled banner, oh! long may it' wave. O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave."


Teddy Roosevelt Baby
Title:
Teddy Roosevelt Baby
PM 1908 Nov-14

Description:
Charles Twelvetrees World's Fighters - US - Rough Rider by Charles Twelvetrees.



The Tie That Binds
Title:
The Tie That Binds
PM 1910 Mar-30

Description:
Alonzo Kimball Mom and dad and baby


To my Valentine
Title:
To my Valentine
unused

Description:
E. Curtis Just a line o'type, my love, To say you will be mine.



To my Valentine
Title:
To my Valentine
PM 1912

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Woman holding a ladder steady while Cupid dusts red hearts.


To the One I Love
Title:
To the One I Love
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Accept this loving heart of mine, And be my own true Valentine.



To the One I Love
Title:
To the One I Love
PM 1927 Feb-9

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle If you will give your heart to me, And in exchange take mine, I'll promise that I'll ever be Your own true Valentine.


Wishing You a Merry Christmas
Title:
Wishing You a Merry Christmas
PM 1918 Dec-23

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle A word of love and kindness, To make you glad and gay. And here's a hearty Greeting For merry Christmas Day.



Wishing You Christmas Cheer
Title:
Wishing You Christmas Cheer
PM 1916 Dec-20

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle When sweet music reaches you, May it tell my Greeting true, Echoing softly, far away: Happy be your Christmas Day


Yale University College Girl
Title:
Yale University College Girl
unused



A Blondin of the Alps
Title:
A Blondin of the Alps
unused

Description:
Oilette In The Alps Series 9255 In the Alps - Some of the deep and dangerous Alpine ravines are crossed by no wider bridge than a fallen tree trunk, and cautious alpine climbers prefer not to trust their own feet and nerves in the crossing of these, but are carried over instead by the surefooted guides.


Life in Morocco
Title:
Life in Morocco
unused

Description:
Oilette Life In Morocco Series 7500 Leaving the Temple - Here, at the gate of the temple, lie the shoes of the worshipers still within, awaiting them, and the red slippers provided for those whose hour of prayer is not yet come. Very beautiful is the temple gate, rich with wonderful carvings, and the wall-screen behind is latticed in a star-figure. The square hole in the base of the left-hand capital serves, the same purpose as the Bocca di Leone.



The terror of the Alps
Title:
The terror of the Alps
unused

Description:
Oilette In The Alps Series 9255 The stone eagle is the natural and hereditary enemy of the Chalois but like others of its tribe he will attack children and in very severe weather will even dash upon solitary Alpine travellers.


Praying in the Temple
Title:
Praying in the Temple
unused

Description:
Wide Wide World Life In Morocco Series 7494 Life in Morocco-Women are not allowed here save on rare and stated occasions, but at all hours of the day set apart for religious exercises the Moors are warned by a muezzin from the tower outside that "Allah is great and there is no God but Allah," and always at such hours men are kneeling inside on the praying-carpets with their faces turned to Mecca, or reading from the Korans that lise open upon mushrabeyeh stands.



The Narghileh Smoker
Title:
The Narghileh Smoker
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 7500 Life in Morocco - The Kaid sits at his ease smoking his narghileh whose gilded bowl his slave adroitly feeds with tiny lumps of tobacco, keef, or opium. The narghileh is of the hookah family, nearly related to the hubble-bubble (familiar in Anglo-Indian speech) and is smoked through water. Much money is sometimes lavished upon its carving and gilding.


The Well
Title:
The Well
unused

Description:
Oilette Wide Wide World Lift In Morocco Series 7494 Life in Morocco - Here is a little oasis of coolness where men can drink and rest and gossip, shaded from the overpowering noon sun. The cool drip of water is delicious to the ear, and gracious to the eye, are the graceful lines of the clay amphoras, and the black goatskins that are filled here in the cool dark depths of the well.



Life In Russia - The Cossacks of the Don
Title:
Life In Russia - The Cossacks of the Don
unused

Description:
Oilette Wide Wide World Life In Russia Series 1, 9263 Among the finest and most daring riders in the world. Clad in their thick fur-lined coats and picturesquely armed with rifle and daggers, they essay and perform difficult feats of horsemanship at full gallop, feat which the ordinary circus-rider only attempts in light and free clothing. Their lithe and active ponies seem to thoroughly enter into the spirit of the sport, and a very genuine affection exists between the Cossack and his horse.


Playing For Life
Title:
Playing For Life
unused

Description:
Oilette Wide Wide World Life In Russia Series 9263 Frank Feller, Life in Russia-Wandering packs of Wolves are among the terrors of the steppes. The picture represents an actual incident. A travelling musician was pursued by one of these packs and in his terror commenced to play his clarionet in the hopes of driving them away! He was successful in restraining them from making an attack and continually playing and retreating he eventually reached a place of safety. History records it as his finest performance!



Caught in a Blizzard
Title:
Caught in a Blizzard
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Description:
Oilette Life In Russia Series 1, 9263 The dread of the Russian traveller. These sudden and fierce storms are frequently met with on the plains of central Russia and especially in wintertime. The wind blows with hurricane force and the air is laden with snow and sleet rendering progress difficult and well nigh impossible; terror seizes the horses and ofttimes despair lays hold on the man, so that unless help is near, both are doomed to miserable end.


Returning From Market
Title:
Returning From Market
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Description:
Oilette Wide Wide World Life In Russia Series 9263 Life in Russia - A frequent scene on the bleak snow-covered steppes. In Russia as in most countries, the business of the country districts is centered in certain towns-market towns-and thither in company with his neighbours, the Russian farmer journeys to dispose of his produce. Company is sought for the sake of the mutual protection from the dangers of the wilds, the dreary journey being enlivened by occasional calls at wayside inns, where, in a glass of vodka the cold and dreariness of the way are forgotten.



Wide Wide World - Siberia
Title:
Wide Wide World - Siberia
unused

Description:
OIlette Series 7757 On the Road to Manchuria-Lake Baikal- At the outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War, ali troops on leaving Lake Baikal had to alight from the train, and in the winter time cross the lake on foot. This shows a party just about to start, and their baggage on the sledges.


Insel Hotel Lobby
Title:
Insel Hotel Lobby
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 783 Konstanz, Germany



Inselhotel Gardens
Title:
Inselhotel Gardens
unused

Description:
Series 783 Konstanz, Germany M. Brunner


Konstanz-zum Hohen Hafen
Title:
Konstanz-zum Hohen Hafen
unused

Description:
Konstanz Series 684 B Konstanz-zum Hohen Hafen, eines altesten Hauser Konstanz, hat eine historiche Bedeutung erlangt. Es fand darin im Jahre 1417 die Belehnung des Burggrafen von Nurnberg statt. Vor kurzer Zeit wurde das Haus ganzlich renoviert.



Smugglers
Title:
Smugglers
unused

Description:
Wide Wide World Series 9363 Life in Spain - Smuggling good across the French frontier is a means of livelihood for many of the natives. The custom charges very high on certain classes of goods, and these commodities, the smugglers convey across the borders by little-known paths, by which they usually successfully evade the vigilance of the Douaniers.


The Trossaches
Title:
The Trossaches
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Description:
Oilette The Trossachs Series 7807 Loch Katrine, famous not only on account of its great natural beauties, but also from its association with Scott's "Lady of the Lake," is situated to the west of the Trossachs, which separates it from Lochs Achray and Vennachar. It is eight miles long and averages three-quarters of a mile wide.



Abelard & Eloisa Surprised by Fulbert
Title:
Abelard & Eloisa Surprised by Fulbert
unused

Description:
The Olde Print Series 2651


The Fishing Fleet
Title:
The Fishing Fleet
unused

Description:
G.R. Cordingley Summer Seas Series 9735 Sumer Seas Series - G.R. Cordingley - "While the Sea Yet Glows with Fading Sunlight." ~Shelley



What Are the Wild Waves Saying?
Title:
What Are the Wild Waves Saying?
unused

Description:
Connoisseur Series 3763 The waning sun in all its glory, Sinks on the ocean's breast


A Sprig 'O Heather
Title:
A Sprig 'O Heather
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9485 Should auld acquaintance be forgot.



A Sprig o' Heather - For "Auld Lang Syne"
Title:
A Sprig o' Heather - For "Auld Lang Syne"
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9485


At the Hospital
Title:
At the Hospital
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9910



Life in Our Village, The Oldest Inhabitant
Title:
Life in Our Village, The Oldest Inhabitant
unused

Description:
Oilette Series After the black & white drawing by Gunning King.


The Defiant Reply of the Cossacks to Sultan Muhammed IV
Title:
The Defiant Reply of the Cossacks to Sultan Muhammed IV
unused

Description:
OIlette Series 9910 Ilya Yefimovich Repin (1844-1930 Russian)



Newly Married
Title:
Newly Married
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9910 Klavdi Vasilievich Lebedev - circa 1883.


Fishing Boats on the Mediterranean
Title:
Fishing Boats on the Mediterranean
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9184



The Pedlar, by Kosheloff
Title:
The Pedlar, by Kosheloff
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9910


The Return of the Fishing Boat
Title:
The Return of the Fishing Boat
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 6234



As the broad ocean endlessly upheaveth with the majestic beating of his heart
Title:
As the broad ocean endlessly upheaveth with the majestic beating of his heart
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9633


In the Teeth of the Gale
Title:
In the Teeth of the Gale
unused

Description:
Oilette Connoseur Series 2761 Toilers of the Sea



The Auld Folk At Home
Title:
The Auld Folk At Home
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9479


Toilers of the Sea
Title:
Toilers of the Sea
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 2761



At the Field Club Dance
Title:
At the Field Club Dance
PM 1910 Apr-8

Description:
Oilette Series 2416 Pickings from "Puck"-Gwendolyne: "Well, if a woman's 'No' means 'Yes' what does her 'Yes' mean?" Will Lander: "It means that she knows that the man knows what her 'No' means!


Pickings From "Puck"
Title:
Pickings From "Puck"
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Description:
Oilette Series 2415 Alice: "Ethel says she really doesn't know whether he will propose or not." Jack:"Just like a novel, isn't it?" Alice: "Yes; but, in a novel, you could turn to the last chapter and find out."



Men performing stunts
Title:
Men performing stunts
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 562


Turners
Title:
Turners
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 562 Members of a gymnastics team look on, as a teammate performs on the parallel bars. A crowd looks on from the distance.



A Gymnast on the Parallel Bars
Title:
A Gymnast on the Parallel Bars
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 562


Ernst Platz Reproduction, Two Men and a Woman Mountain Climbing
Title:
Ernst Platz Reproduction, Two Men and a Woman Mountain Climbing
unused



The Cotter's Home
Title:
The Cotter's Home
unused

Description:
Scottish Life and Character Series 9995


The Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd George, M.P., P.C.
Title:
The Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd George, M.P., P.C.
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 8481 Secretary of State for War, born in Manchester in 1863, has been M.P. for Carnarvon since 1890. President of the Board of Trade 1905-1908. Chancellor of the Exchequer 1908-1915. Minister for Munitions 1915-1916. Secretary for War 1916 in succession to the late Lord Kitchener. Prime Minister - December 1916.



A Night at the Opera
Title:
A Night at the Opera
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 136P


"A la Kubelik" Violinist
Title:
"A la Kubelik" Violinist
unused

Description:
E.E. Shepherd Musical Prodigies Series 9104



"Dumb Luck" - Woman with horse
Title:
"Dumb Luck" - Woman with horse
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Entered Stationers


"Here's to the hatchet..."
Title:
"Here's to the hatchet..."
unused

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle "Here's to the hatchet which holds a high place; Forever distinguished by fame!"



"Turner" Series Gymnastics
Title:
"Turner" Series Gymnastics
unused

Description:
Series 562


A Golden Sunset - Waves Against Large Rock, Flying Seagulls
Title:
A Golden Sunset - Waves Against Large Rock, Flying Seagulls
unused

Description:
Connoisseur Series 2762



A stop watch
Title:
A stop watch
unused

Description:
Lance Thackeray Oilette Series 9058


A stop watch
Title:
A stop watch
unused

Description:
Lance Thackeray Oilette Series 9058



Affluent Woman in Black Car with Drivers, Dog Running Alongside
Title:
Affluent Woman in Black Car with Drivers, Dog Running Alongside
PM 1904 May-9

Description:
Tom Browne Series 2514 In the park


Best Christmas Wishes
Title:
Best Christmas Wishes
PM 1914 Dec-17

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Kris Kringle is coming, for Christmas is here. He's loaded with presents for all far and near. May he for you too, have of gifts a good share. Dispel from your home all worry and care.



Boy Turning Laundry Handle for Older Woman
Title:
Boy Turning Laundry Handle for Older Woman
PM 1919 Feb-6

Description:
Doing His Bit


Burnham Beeches - Tree with Multiple Branches Over Water
Title:
Burnham Beeches - Tree with Multiple Branches Over Water
unused

Description:
Oilette Burnham Beeches Series 9543 The Upper Pond. Bernham Beeches is a broad expanse of wooded land in Buckingshire covering an extent of ab out 400 acres which were purchased by the Corporation of London and opened to the public in 1883. Additional details are offered.



Caricature of Boy Holding Stick of Candy
Title:
Caricature of Boy Holding Stick of Candy
unused

Description:
Dwig Valentine's Post Card Series 403 If you'll be my sweetheart Miss - I'll let you have a bite of this


Don't worry - smile
Title:
Don't worry - smile
unused

Description:
Don't Worry-Smile! Series 9064



Gypsies in Cave with Two Men, One Holding a Card
Title:
Gypsies in Cave with Two Men, One Holding a Card
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9363 Smugglers at Home - A paragraph detailing this topic is offered.


Halloween Greeting - Children Behind JOL
Title:
Halloween Greeting - Children Behind JOL
PM 1913 Oct-31

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle Series 1393



Hearty Christmas Greeting Santa on top of World
Title:
Hearty Christmas Greeting Santa on top of World
PM 1910 Dec-22


His Gift
Title:
His Gift
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Entered Stationers Hall



Island Hotel on Dominican Island, Constance
Title:
Island Hotel on Dominican Island, Constance
unused

Description:
Oilette Konstanz Series 783


Large Waves Near Rocks Against Colorful Sky
Title:
Large Waves Near Rocks Against Colorful Sky
unused

Description:
Connoiseur Series 2762 The Restless Tide



Motoring in the city - getting mixed
Title:
Motoring in the city - getting mixed
PM 1904 Apr-22


Portrait of a young woman
Title:
Portrait of a young woman
unused



Rocky Shoreline with Wavy Water Against Pastel Sky
Title:
Rocky Shoreline with Wavy Water Against Pastel Sky
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9633 When setting suns o'er summer seas display a path of glory


Tempestuous Waves Against Cloudy, Dark Sky
Title:
Tempestuous Waves Against Cloudy, Dark Sky
unused

Description:
Oilette Connoseur Series 2884



The First Evening in Their Own Home
Title:
The First Evening in Their Own Home
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Charles Scribner's Sons


The Honneymoon
Title:
The Honneymoon
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Charles Scribner's Sons Man and woman with luggage speaking out the window to another man.



The Luxury Tax - WWI Patriotic
Title:
The Luxury Tax - WWI Patriotic
unused

Description:
Gladys Emma Peto Oilette The Luxury Tax Series 8469 Why pay Luxury Tax? To dress extravagantly in War time is unpatriotic.


The New Forest. A Wet October
Title:
The New Forest. A Wet October
unused

Description:
The New Forest Series 7559 The yearly fern cutting and fern carting in the New Forest, which takes place every October, is badly hindered by the rainy days that sometimes interrupt St. Luke's Summer. The heaps of cut dead fern turn to a picturesque rasset, and one day's thorough wetting may mean days of drying before it will be fit for bedding cattle.



The Proposal
Title:
The Proposal
unused


The Trousseau Four Women Near Trunk, One Holding Up Gown
Title:
The Trousseau Four Women Near Trunk, One Holding Up Gown
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Charles Scribner's Sons



The Wedding - Bride and Groom Kneeling, Bridesmaids in Background
Title:
The Wedding - Bride and Groom Kneeling, Bridesmaids in Background
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Charles Scribner's Sons


To My Valentine
Title:
To My Valentine
unused

Description:
Dwig Valentine's Postcard Series 403 I write your name most every night because I think of what I write.



Two People at Water's Edge Near Mountains
Title:
Two People at Water's Edge Near Mountains
unused

Description:
Series 7108 Loch Katrine. Situated at the western end of the Trossachs is Lake Katrine, overshadowed by wild mountains and hills. The scenery at the upper end of the lake is very fine. Here is found Ellen's Isle, rendered famous by the poems of Sir Walter Scott.


Valentine's Day
Title:
Valentine's Day
unused

Description:
Dwig Valentine's Post Card Series 403 If you'll be my Valentine I'll let you slide down my heart.



Valley with Colorful Sky, Lake, Small Town and Trees
Title:
Valley with Colorful Sky, Lake, Small Town and Trees
unused

Description:
Bonnie Scotland Series 7707 A paragraph about Loch Achray, Scotland is given


Water Near Large Rocks Against Colorful Evening Sky
Title:
Water Near Large Rocks Against Colorful Evening Sky
unused

Description:
Oilette Series 9633 When the sun's last splendour lights the deep



Why is father running?
Title:
Why is father running?
unused

Description:
Gene Carr Egyptian Shading Novelty Co.


Why is father running? See instructions below.
Title:
Why is father running? See instructions below.
unused

Description:
Gene Carr Egyptian Shading Novelty Co.



You Certainly have got my Goat
Title:
You Certainly have got my Goat
unused

Description:
Dwig Valentine's Post Card Series 403 Little girl and goat


Young Family with Newborn, Their New Love
Title:
Young Family with Newborn, Their New Love
unused

Description:
Harrison Fisher Charles Scribner's Sons



Japanese Girl with Baby Owl
Title:
unused


Corner of the Library The Queen's Dolls House Series II, 4501
Title:
Corner of the Library The Queen's Dolls House Series II, 4501
unused



Games: Croquet, Golf, Cricket, Tennis - The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
Games: Croquet, Golf, Cricket, Tennis - The Queen's Dolls' House
unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls House Series VI, 4505 Well-known professionals (Ben Sayers and C. Gibson) have made the golf clubs for the Queen's Dolls' House. These average 3 1/2 inches in length, the spacious bag being about 2 1/2 inches high. The tennis racket is only seven-eighths of an inch across, with press complete, and the cricket, croquet and tennis balls are the size of peas.


People Driving on Country Road Near Mountains, People
Title:
People Driving on Country Road Near Mountains, People
PM 1913 May-24

Description:
Brill Pannyrammy View



Square Gray Building with Garden and Patio - The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
Square Gray Building with Garden and Patio - The Queen's Dolls' House
unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls House Series VI, 4505 Complete model of house and garden. This masterpiece of miniature realism, the Queen's Dolls' House, consists of 30 rooms, including bathrooms, boxrooms and nurseries, together with garage and garden, and is furnished and decorated i the most perfect taste. Over 1,600 leading artists, authors and craftsmen have lavished time and care upon its countless treasures. It is the complete expression in a nutshell of the art of our day, a gift to the Queen that will give boundless enjoyment to all who see it. The house, which is 8 feet in length and stands 5 feet high, is to the scale of an inch to a foot throughout. It has a sloping roof for which no less than 3,800 tiny old Delabole slates, quarried in North Cornwall, are utilised.


The Queen's Dolls' House - Guns, Punch-Bowl, Screen and Stick-Stand
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House - Guns, Punch-Bowl, Screen and Stick-Stand
unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls House Series VI, 4505 The taste and care bestowed upon every item, however small, in the Queen's Dolls' House have achieved a triumph in microscopic arts and crafts. Midget guns and stick stand, punch bowl and screen, each and all worthy of detailed description and unqualified praise. This model mansion is undoubtedly a museum of tiny masterpieces.



The Queen's Dolls' House - Hall Table and Chairs
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House - Hall Table and Chairs
unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House Series I The Queen's Dolls' House is constructed to scale of one inch to a foot. So exactly is this carried out that the rooms and their contents look in the pictures like real rooms and real furniture, and do not show how diminutive they are. The Hall Table is of mahogany with Lapis Lazuli top. It is three inches high from the floor. On the backs of the chairs, which are in the style of William & Mary period (end of 17th Century) can be seen the Royal Coat of Arms.


The Queen's Dolls' House - The Queen's Bedroom
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House - The Queen's Bedroom
unused

Description:
Oilette The Queen's Dolls' House Series III, 4502 The hangings of this right royal apartment in the Queen's Dolls' House are of silk damask, the carpet is woven, and the ceiling is delightfully painted by Glyn Philpot, R. A. The lofty looking room is 20 inches high. Above the jade and white marble mantelpiece is a portrait of the Duchess of Teck, Her Majesty's mother, by Frank O. Salisbury, and on the wall is a painting of Mary Queen of Scots by Gerald Kelly, A. R. A. Over the door to the Bathroom is a barometer, and on the mantelpiece is a clock which shows the correct time.



Titania's Palace - The Royal Dining Room
Title:
Titania's Palace - The Royal Dining Room
unused

Description:
Oilette Titania's Palace Series II, 4522


Blue Flowers
Title:
Blue Flowers
unused



Blue Flowers
Title:
Blue Flowers
unused


Pansies
Title:
Pansies
unused



A red flower
Title:
A red flower
unused


Bowl with Roses
Title:
Bowl with Roses
unused



Pansies
Title:
Pansies
unused


Rose Stem with Two Flowers and One Bud
Title:
Rose Stem with Two Flowers and One Bud
unused



Vase With Pansies
Title:
Vase With Pansies
unused


Red and White Flowers with Dark Centers
Title:
Red and White Flowers with Dark Centers
unused



Vase with Pansies
Title:
Vase with Pansies



Pink Peonies
Title:
Pink Peonies
unused



Pink Roses
Title:
Pink Roses
unused


Purple and White Flower
Title:
Purple and White Flower
unused



Pansies
Title:
Pansies
unused


Red Flowers
Title:
Red Flowers




Apples and Hazelnuts
Title:
Apples and Hazelnuts
unused


Still Life with Fruit
Title:
Still Life with Fruit
unused



Vase with Roses
Title:
Vase with Roses
unused


Fruits and Nuts
Title:
Fruits and Nuts
unused



Pineapple and Grapes
Title:
Pineapple and Grapes
unused


Red Berries with Black Dots
Title:
Red Berries with Black Dots
unused



A plate of fruits
Title:
A plate of fruits
unused


Fruits and Nuts
Title:
Fruits and Nuts
unused



Purple Grapes on Stem with Green Leaves
Title:
Purple Grapes on Stem with Green Leaves
unused


Purple and Red Grapes
Title:
Purple and Red Grapes
unused



Two Pears and Some Cherries
Title:
Two Pears and Some Cherries
unused


Still Life with Mushrooms
Title:
Still Life with Mushrooms
unused



Orange Poppies in a Vase
Title:
Orange Poppies in a Vase
unused


Yellow Flowers
Title:
Yellow Flowers
unused



Assorted Flowers
Title:
Assorted Flowers
unused


Basket of White and Pink Roses
Title:
Basket of White and Pink Roses
unused



Pink and red flowers
Title:
Pink and red flowers
unused


Pink Roses
Title:
Pink Roses
unused



White Flowers
Title:
White Flowers
unused


Pink Roses
Title:
Pink Roses
unused



Red Roses
Title:
Red Roses
unused


Sprig of Roses
Title:
Sprig of Roses
unused



Mixed Flowers
Title:
Mixed Flowers
unused


Pink Roses and Stems of Black Cherries
Title:
Pink Roses and Stems of Black Cherries
unused



Bouquet of Violets with Stems and Green Leaves
Title:
Bouquet of Violets with Stems and Green Leaves
unused


Cut Flowers of Various Colors with Green Stems and Leaves
Title:
Cut Flowers of Various Colors with Green Stems and Leaves
unused



Pink Rose
Title:
Pink Rose
unused


Pink Roses and Buds with Green Leaves
Title:
Pink Roses and Buds with Green Leaves
unused

Description:
C. Klein Die besten Gluckwunsche zum geburts tag.



Yellow Roses with Grapes
Title:
Yellow Roses with Grapes
unused


A Drooping Bouquet of White Freesia
Title:
A Drooping Bouquet of White Freesia
unused



White Daisies and Forget-Me-Nots
Title:
White Daisies and Forget-Me-Nots
unused


Pink Roses with Small Blue Flowers and White Ribbon
Title:
Pink Roses with Small Blue Flowers and White Ribbon
unused



Red and Blue Flowers
Title:
Red and Blue Flowers
unused


Multicolored Posey
Title:
Multicolored Posey
unused



Purple and Yellow Flowers with Daisies and Green Foliage
Title:
Purple and Yellow Flowers with Daisies and Green Foliage
unused


White Lilies of the Valley with Green Leaves
Title:
White Lilies of the Valley with Green Leaves
unused



Lavender Bearded Iris, White Daisies, and Ivy
Title:
Lavender Bearded Iris, White Daisies, and Ivy
unused


Posey with Muguet
Title:
Posey with Muguet
unused



Pink and Purple Flowers
Title:
Pink and Purple Flowers
unused


Pink Flowers with Blue Berries and Green Leaves
Title:
Pink Flowers with Blue Berries and Green Leaves
unused



Colorful Flowers
Title:
Colorful Flowers
unused


Tri-Colored Roses
Title:
Tri-Colored Roses
unused

Description:
C. Klein Signed painting of a white, pink and red rose, tied with a blue bow.



Yellow Rose and Bud with Stem and Green Leaves
Title:
Yellow Rose and Bud with Stem and Green Leaves
unused


Blue and Yellow Flowers with Green Leaves
Title:
Blue and Yellow Flowers with Green Leaves
unused



Pink, White and Yellow Flowers Against Green Leaves
Title:
Pink, White and Yellow Flowers Against Green Leaves
unused


Colorful Flowers
Title:
Colorful Flowers
unused



Red Flowers
Title:
Red Flowers
unused


White Flowers with Green Leaves Tied with Blue Ribbon
Title:
White Flowers with Green Leaves Tied with Blue Ribbon
unused



Yellow Flowers
Title:
Yellow Flowers
unused


Pink Roses with Stems
Title:
Pink Roses with Stems
unused



Red Roses
Title:
Red Roses
unused


Yellow Flowers
Title:
Yellow Flowers
unused



Orange Flowers with Green Leaves and Stem
Title:
Orange Flowers with Green Leaves and Stem
unused


Purple Flowers
Title:
Purple Flowers
unused



Yellow and Pink Roses in Clear Bowl
Title:
Yellow and Pink Roses in Clear Bowl
unused


Pomegranate and Grapes
Title:
Pomegranate and Grapes
unused



Still Life With Mushrooms
Title:
Still Life With Mushrooms
unused


Autumn Vase
Title:
Autumn Vase
unused



Melon and Nuts
Title:
Melon and Nuts
unused

Description:
C. Klein A broken melon, a blue pitcher, hazelnut, and walnut.


Blackberry Bush
Title:
Blackberry Bush
unused



Branch of Red Berries and Green Leaves Against Clouds
Title:
Branch of Red Berries and Green Leaves Against Clouds
unused


Blackberries in a vase
Title:
Blackberries in a vase
unused



Grape Vine Still Life
Title:
Grape Vine Still Life
unused

Description:
C. Klein Signed still life painting of grapes on the vine.


Colorful Birds on a Flowering Branch
Title:
Colorful Birds on a Flowering Branch
unused



Chickadee and Cherry Bossoms
Title:
Chickadee and Cherry Bossoms
unused


Hummingbirds and Flowers
Title:
Hummingbirds and Flowers
unused



Vase With Pink Roses
Title:
Vase With Pink Roses
unused


Pink Rose
Title:
Pink Rose
unused



Yellow and Peach Roses with Buds and Stems
Title:
Yellow and Peach Roses with Buds and Stems
unused


Bouquet of Forget-Me-Nots
Title:
Bouquet of Forget-Me-Nots
unused



Glass Vase with Roses
Title:
Glass Vase with Roses
unused


Red Poppies
Title:
Red Poppies
unused



Morning Glory
Title:
Morning Glory
unused


Purple Lilacs Against Green Leaves
Title:
Purple Lilacs Against Green Leaves




Rose
Title:
Rose
unused


White and Dark Flower with Green Leaves
Title:
White and Dark Flower with Green Leaves
unused



Pink Rose with Buds and Green Leaves
Title:
Pink Rose with Buds and Green Leaves
unused


Tulips
Title:
Tulips
unused



Yellow and Red Flowers
Title:
Yellow and Red Flowers
unused


Purple, White and Red Flowers
Title:
Purple, White and Red Flowers
unused



Red Carnations
Title:
Red Carnations
unused


Burgundy and Purple Flowers with Green Leaves
Title:
Burgundy and Purple Flowers with Green Leaves
unused



Multi-Color Mums with Green Stems and Leaves
Title:
Multi-Color Mums with Green Stems and Leaves
unused


Red and White Flowers
Title:
Red and White Flowers
unused



Pink Roses
Title:
Pink Roses
unused


Red and Pink Flowers
Title:
Red and Pink Flowers
unused



Greetings
Title:
Greetings


Description:
C. Klein Lake and trees overlaid by yellow and orange Chrysanthemums.


Pink and Orange Flowers with Buds and Green Foliage
Title:
Pink and Orange Flowers with Buds and Green Foliage
unused



Burning Candle With Pine Bough
Title:
Burning Candle With Pine Bough
PM 1900 Dec-21

Description:
C. Klein Frohliche Weihnachten.


Orange Poppies with One Daisy
Title:
Orange Poppies with One Daisy
unused



Pink Roses
Title:
Pink Roses
unused


Closeup of Single Pink Rose with Green Leaves
Title:
Closeup of Single Pink Rose with Green Leaves
unused



Single Red Rose with Stem and Green Leaves
Title:
Single Red Rose with Stem and Green Leaves
unused


Closeup of Solitary Pink Rose
Title:
Closeup of Solitary Pink Rose
unused



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