The apron strings on this card from the late 1920s were actual fabric. Such attachments weren’t unusual. Some cards featured lace, tissue paper or pressed dried flowers.
The apron strings on this card from the late 1920s were actual fabric. Such attachments weren’t unusual. Some cards featured lace, tissue paper or pressed dried flowers. Courtesy photo
The apron strings on this card from the late 1920s were actual fabric. Such attachments weren’t unusual. Some cards featured lace, tissue paper or pressed dried flowers. Courtesy photo

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