Die-cut Get Well Card w Stereotypical African American Woman with Basket of Good Luck Charms. 1930
Surface soiling and vertical crease right side.. A 5 3/4" x 3 3/4" die-cut greeting card depicting a stereotypical African American woman of 1930, speaking in vernacular and holding a basket filled with charms, each with a caption. Sending "voodoos Fo' to do" The charms include a lucky penny, a four leaf clover, a horseshoe, a black cat and a rabbits foot. No maker identified. (Inventory #: 250128797)
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