(3 1/2 x 5 1/2 In) This is an original antique Walfird Westman real photo postcard from the 1900s. It shows a portrait of an Edwardian child and has been altered to make it look like she is tapping her foot and using her finger as bait, while holding a book that reads, "How to catch fish". The photo was taken in the 1900s but wasn't mailed as a postcard until 1968. 

"You may pick up your courtesy (free) fishing license at any time during the month of March 1972, provided you have previously registered your Rod and Creel- Federal, State & County. Regards, J. Walton.", reads the message written on the back. 

The postcard is used and is in VERY GOOD condition, minor wear at the edges, a few small creases. 

***Item will be packaged with care in an acid free sleeve, placed between two pieces of cardboard and shipped in a Bubble mailer.***

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