Four affectionate men sitting on the grass, holding their musical instruments and each other. They each have a stogie in their mouths.
On the soles of their shoes, white letters spelling "The Big 4!" What's especially interesting about this is that their legs are entwined so they had to plan in advance, knowing, for example, that one guy with the "H" and "I" on his soles will sit between the guys with the "T" and "E", and "B" and "G." Or as one astute observer has suggested, the guys were in position and then somebody painted their shoes.
Vintage sepia Real Photo Postcard, gloss finish.
3 1/2" x 5 1/2," undated c. 1912.
In very good condition.