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The cover of Humbug volume 1, no. 7 (February 1958) features a parody of September Morn by Arnold Roth, "1958 Morn." John Bunson explains that: Quite appropriately Humbug's cover honors what was by far the most momentous event of 1957: mankind's…

When you meet 'September Morn'
Get out and get under!

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Child, in lake scene, holding a gun. Below, it reads "Beware! I'm no September Morn"

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September Morn Parody, featuring a dog, printed on a paper napkin.

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THIS AIN'T NO SEPTEMBER MORN
GAL - IT AM CALIFORNIA WINTER

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Oh! you September morn!



This postcard has been posted. The postmark is from Milton, New York, at 5pm, Feb. 27, 1914.

The recipient and message have been obscured.

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A September Morn parody referencing Adam and Eve. A boy and girl sit together, facing away from the viewer. The boy's arm is around the girl, next to whom is an apple. A serpent slithers beside the boy.

This postcard has been posted. The date…

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This postcard represents the September Morn figure, dressed in widow's weeds (i.e. in "mourning"). It features the following rhyme: I liked my other picture best, It certainly was more Natural; But I had this taken for the Boobs Who are…

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A young girl bathing in a bath tub. The caption reads "I jes can't wait till SEPTEMBER MORN."

This postcard has been sent, and has a postmark dated Aug 1, 1914.

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A September Morn parody in which a young man runs away from a young African American girl. The caption reads "I DON'T LIKE A DARK SEPTEMBER MORN."

This postcard has been posted. The postmark reads 7pm, Feb. 5, 1915 (uncertain). The location of the…

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