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"JACKALOPE" Wyoming's eccentric animal proving this wonderful country's humor. Photo by Laura Dexter R & T Card Service Cheyenne, Wyoming 5.5"x3.5"
"Narrows Basscat" This 14lb. beauty was hauled out near Long's Jetty by a local sportsman who battled her for over an hour before he could pull her in. "A darn mean fighter," he reported, "but them fleas are the worst part." You can see the famed Narrow's Basscat at: Jesse's Bait and Tackle 110 Front Street (across from the Jetty) Atchafalaya, Louisiana (Mention this card and get 50 free nightcrawlers) P74763, Klutz Press, Palo Alto, CA
#4141 – The Jackalope An oddity of the great west, as well as a fine example of western humor, especially famous in Wyoming and Colorado. Sanborn Souvenir Co Denver, Colorado 3.5"x5.5"
A phenomenon of the Great Plains, the Jackalope is a most unusual creature. Keep your eyes peeled traveling across South Dakota. If you see a Jackalope you'll find it hard to believe – Or can you believe it at all? The Goln Co 1980 Mitchell, SD 6"x4" Postmarked Sept 8, 1980 Mitchell, SD
Claw-Footed Jackalope This rare"Claw-Footed Jackalope" is a nocturnal animal, member of the Bulushittorius genus. The "Claw-Foot" is prized for his antlers which are ground up and used as an aphrodisiac in Illinois. Delicious when cooked, chefs report its taste similar to chicken. Klutz Press, Palo Alto, CA
Fur Bearing Trout Post Card the Continental card Mike Roberts Berkeley 94710 Back B137 6"x4"
Fur Bearing Trout Post Card the Continental card Mike Roberts Berkeley 94710 Front B137 6"x4"
G-106 The Jackalope, an oddity of the great west, as well as a fine example of western humor, especially famous in Wyoming and Colorado. Sanborn Souvenir Co Commerce City, Co 4"x6"
GS.42-Jackalope This nearly extinct antlered species of rabbit is found almost exclusively on the high plains of Wyoming. A distinguishing characteristic is his ability to mimic human sounds. His lonely cry, which resembles a mournful singing, can sometimes be heard on moonlit nights. During daylight hours the Jackalope hides among rocks and sagebrush. Color photo by LW Higgins International Super-Duper Curteichcolor 4"x6"
Hicken's Fur-Bearing Trout Clifford Lake A rare, nearly extinct breed, the Hicken's Fur-Bearing Trout is from the Artikdannder genus of fish and is found in the artic lakes north of the 72nd parallel. Its diet consists Primarily of ice-worms and fod. Sometimes confused with The more common Alpino-Pelted Trout. Source: Petrie Encyclopedia of Zoology, Vol. 7, (1938) Quantity Postcards San Francisco, CA 1987 6"x4"
Hodag Linen Post Card HODAG (NOW EXTINCT) FOUND NEAR RINNELANDER, WIS.---27 Postmarked July 13, 1939 Back 5.5"x3.5"
Hodag Linen Post Card HODAG (NOW EXTINCT) FOUND NEAR RINNELANDER, WIS.---27 Postmarked July 13, 1939 Front 5.5"x3.5"
Hodag Linen Post Card The Hodag from Rhinelander, Wisconsin V28-114 1B-H1696 GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C. T. COLORTONE" Northern Post Card Company Eau Claire, Wisconsin Back 5.5"x3.5"
Hodag Linen Post Card The Hodag from Rhinelander, Wisconsin V28-114 1B-H1696 GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C. T. COLORTONE" Northern Post Card Company Eau Claire, Wisconsin Front 5.5"x3.5"
Hodag Man-Eating Hodag – Captured in the Northwoods Postmarked: Feb 3, 1944 Merrill, Wisconsin 88, Herman the Printer, Minocqua, WIS
Nebraska's Legendary Sandhills Warrior Rabbit This unique species of wildlife has reportedly been seen by only a few people. Dwindling herds of sandhills Warrior Rabbits are thought to exist only in the beautiful Sand Hills of Nebraska. A unique specimen of this rabbit is on display in the Free Cowboy Museum at Front Street, an old west town in Ogallala, Nebraska. Photo taken on the shores of Lake McConaughty. Pospeshil Card Services Sioux City, IA 5.5"x3.5"
Punching Cattle on a Jack Rabbit Plastichrome, P55367, 5.5"x3.5" Colourpicture Publishers INC Boston 30, Mass
The Jackalope An Oddity of the great west, as well a fine example of western humor, especially famous in Wyoming and Colorado. Sanborn Souvenir Co Inc Commerce City, Colorado Dexter Press 6"x4"
The Jackalope Photo by Bob McConnel The Jackalope, especially famous in Wyoming and Colorado, is an oddity of the great western states and a fine example of western humor. Sanborn Souvenir Co Denver, Colorado 6"x4" Postmarked: May 24, 1980
These critters multiply as fast as rabbits. Lucky for me their favorite food is Cargill Corn SEE YOU SOON ABOUT YOUR SEED! YOUR CARGILL REPRESENTATIVE S-27375-15, 5.5"x3.5" Pub. By Noble Post Cards, Colorado Springs, Colo