The teacher gave this card out to her students. What a funny poem…not sure whether or not this would fly today!
I wonder if this was given to my Great Aunt when she was a teacher (since it says Miss Duck, and the rest in the pile have her first name), or if “Osborn” was being polite in addressing his peer as Miss Duck?
It’s fun to imagine what my Grandfather was like when he was my kids’ age in the 1920s. I wonder what he thought of this Valentine? And I wonder who it was from – there is no name signed on it. Donald Duck was my grandfather’s name.
Here is another cute stand-up Valentine that my great aunt Helene received in the 1920s. The little girl’s eyes move back and forth. I looked up “Thelma Sheeler,” the sender. It seems she married a Hobson (source: ancestry board).