Today I am tickled pink to share my new one with you!
I think it may be rare, as I've never seen it before in all my searching.
On the back, it is postmarked Chicago, March 12, 1914. It has a message that's rather hard to read...
"Mag you can see ******* girls like this your next birthdayafter they get the voting and get on the Police Force and they can have one for Pity Man of ******"
The asterisks mark words I could not make out.
What I find even more interesting, however, is that apparently 1914 Chicago was still small enough that they didn't have to bother with addresses. It's merely a name. Mrs. Maggie Littell Hudson, Ills.
And it's postmarked and apparently found its way to her!