I wonder, is this simply a comic allegory on drunkenness, or is this more in the nature of a political commentary from the time? The hat and whiskers may provide a clue.
Published by Sandoval News Service in El Paso, Texas, this linen postcard is tasteless on multiple levels.
This risque postcard was published by Colourpicture and, unlike most, this card appears to have the illustrators name in the bottom-right corner.
A comic linen postcard from Curt Teich. Simpler times, weren’t they?
A bit of humor circa 1912. It’s also funny that back then “something in pants” was understood to refer to a man!
Printed by Curt Teich and distributed by McCormick Co. in Amarillo, Texas, this linen postcard features just the sort of racy humor that was prevalent in the ’40s and ’50s.
Yet another risque linen card from those zany folk at Johnson News Agency.
Another comic postcard with a western theme from Johnson News Agency in Big Spring, Texas.
This comic linen postcard was published by Johnson News Agency in Big Spring, Texas.
Produced by Curt Teich and published by McCormick Co. of Amarillo, Texas, this linen postcard features a little off-color humor directed at American Indians.