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Perry N. Black, Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania, wins the first prize of $15 for the best set of home-made signs. The cards shown on this page are all hand work, except the figure of the woman, which was cut out and pasted on. The other prize-winners will be announced next month, and specimen cards shown.

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From the Same Group. Here is another set of cards submitted by the prize-winner, Perry N. Black. These, also, are all hand work, except the woman seated at the table. Mr. Black's ideas are good, his arrangement artistic, and his letters almost perfect. He will shortly tell readers of the BULLETIN how he makes his cards.

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