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Two men on a dock look through telescopes towards an cross. The postcard notes: "Cross marks location of September Morn."

One of the men on the card says, "I should worry and lose my eyesight."

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'Here is right where you'd be,…

3.5" by 5.5" Postcard "I should worry like "September Morn" and get cold feet?

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Anthony Comstock published the slim pamphlet Morals Versus Art in 1887 as a defense of the raid on Knoedler's Art Gallery in New York City. An agent of Comstock's New York Society for the Suppression of Vice purchased "117 photographs of original…

The card reads: "The Mother-in-Law of 'September Morn.'"
"September Night."

H. M. Logan, chief of police of the city Greeley, Colo., has begun a crusade the object of which is to compel the women of Greely to array themselves in what he considers a proper amount of raiment. A young woman who appeared upon the streets of…

A political cartoon from the front page of The Graham Guardian of Graham County, Arizona, from September 10, 1920. The cartoon represents the American public as the nude figure of September Morn, whose clothes have been stolen by a profiteer.

This article desribes the opening of resorts at Chamnox, Annecy, and St. Gervais to members of the A.E.F. (American Expeditionary Force) on leave. The article notes that: It was in the Lac d'Annecy, by the way, that "September Morn" was posed, and…

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All censors are obnoxious, as hated as the public headsmen. In England there is a censor of plays. He would not make the playwrights sore, but for his arbitrary and narrow point of view. Whatever else he is an educated man. In America we have men on…

A political cartoon from 1969 by Pittsburgh Courier cartoonist Sam Milai represents civil rights as the figure from Chabas's September Morn, shivering and surrounded by "unemployment," "riots," and "demagoguery" on one side, and "black power," "white…

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