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Nice lithography on this patriotic postcard from 1907. There is a copyright on the front that reads "copyright, 1907 , by the Rose Company". The image features a young boy in revolutionary war gear (sans pants) and lighting a cannon. The poem reads : "In seventeen hundred and seventy sixOur Fathers woke upIn a deuce of a fixAnd never expected That You; no, nor I,Would ever be Keeping The Fourth of July"The card has been used and has an address and stamp with a postmark of September 12, 1907. There is a small notch out of the lower left hand corner. Please refer to pictures.