J.I. Austen Co.
Black and white Black Americana postcard. Front: A black girl and a black boy dancing. Entitled "I'd rather two step than Waltz". This postcard has been postmarked FEB 23, 1909 and has been written on. It's addressed to Ralph in Omaha, Neb.
African American children -- Waltz -- Dance -- African Americans -- Social life and customs -- Children, Black -- Blacks -- African Americans --Collectibles -- Black children -- Black Americana -- Omaha (Neb.) -- 1909
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