(3 3/8 x 5 3/8 In) This is an original antique postcard from the 1910s. "CHICKEN INSPECTOR 23 - YOU have been recommended as A Chicken Inspector. Before receiving your badge you must answer the following questions: How would you know a chicken if you saw one? How old must a chicken be to be fresh? What is the difference between a broiler, springer, fryer, stewer and a hen? - and how often? What would you do if you saw a chicken? answer carefully. Why does a chicken cross the street? What are the duties of a chicken inspector - in your own words? this is strictly confidential."
"May 8- '14 Hello Earl, Card rec'd. Glad to hear from you. Everything very slack around here. Glad you like your job. How is the wife and Baby? Awful chilly down here. Yours, Logan.", reads the message written on the back.
The postcard is used and is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, a few small creases and stains.
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