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    Four Wonderful Stereoviews, Two Featuring Black Laborers Picking Cotton One features a large smiling woman balancing a basket of cotton on her head. Both with photographer's label on verso, "J. A. Palmer, Aiken, S.C." Together with a lovely stereoview depicting a black women intent on a young boy and cleaning his hair. Additional card of young African American boy hamming it up in a staged photo with an alligator, titled label below proclaiming: "Golly! Ise cotched dis time!!" Printed advertisement on verso from the photographer, Upton of Jacksonville, Florida. Four fun items in this group.

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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