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These postcards don't fit into any specific category. They are just a variety of postcards with frogs on them. I hope you enjoy them.
"Seems like I'm always on the Jump!" This postcard was mailed from Illinois October 21, 1909.
"Why are you so cold to me?" This postcard was mailed from Missouri November 16, 1910.
"A Frog he would a-wooing go, Whether his Mother would let him or no. -A Frog he would a-wooing go- From the Original Drawing by Randolph Caldecott" This postcard was not mailed.
"The Story of the Baby Frogs
"Four frogs, two brothers and two sisters, sitting on a log-- 'We dare you to swim out to the lily pads' said the sisters to the brothers." The person who sent this card wrote "Say Kid don't never take such a dare. These frogs did and one was swallowed by a big trout. Ha Ha!" This postcard was mailed from Kansas in 1904.
"The Little Old Man of the Woods" This postcard was not mailed.
"An original drawing by Rose O'Neill (1874-1944). World renowned artist, illustrator and Mother of the Kewpie - From a private collection" This postcard was not mailed.
"Paul & " a name that I cannot read because the person who sent this card crossed it out and wrote "Irene". The message is "Hello Irene. How are you and Paul getting along? I think this looks like you and Paul." This was sent from Iowa November 7, 1908.
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