I picked up these cute cards at the May postcard show I went to. There is one other one I have seen but don’t have. It shows a mouse pulling on the tail of another mouse to keep him from going in a mouse trap. The card above shows two mice touching noses and reads “When coming thro’ the rye “If a body kiss a body need a body cry?”” The one below shows four mice in a shoe and says “Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home.” These cards are published by Ullman Manufacturing, copyright 1907.
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