Husband--"My dear, how did you happen to get such a pretty nurse girl?": wife--"I didn't happen to do it : I did it because I wanted the children to have police protection when they are in the park or street"
Zwerdling, Michael, former owner
Bamforth & Co., publisher.
Holmfirth : Bamforth & Co. Publishers, [between 1900 and 1950?]
Postcard featuring a color illustration of a father, mother, and daughter looking at a nurse. The nurse is standing with her back to the family. She is wearing a black dress with a white hat and a white apron. In her left hand she is holding a hat, and she has something made of cloth draped over her right arm. The mother and daughter are sitting on a couch. The mother, who is wearing a pink dress, has brown hair, and the daughter has blond hair. The father, who is standing, has gray hair, and he is wearing a brown suit. He has one hand in his pocket and is holding his other hand up to his face. The room is decorated with some flowers, and there is a teddy bear resting near the base of the couch.
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