Day of the Dead
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Cassius Marcellus Coolidge painted these memorable Poker Dogs label scenes in the late 19th century. A man of several talents his fortunes rose when he signed a contract with Brown and Bigelow who used his dog-genre painting on advertising posters calendars and prints. Mr. Coolidge's dogs poked fun at the lifestyles of the successful middle-class humans of his time.The Poker Dogs address labels will add whimsy to all your labeling needs and are perfect for identifying school supplies computer disks video tapes books and envelopes!Label Specifications: 36 labels per sheet4 sheets per setSize 2.5 x 0.75 Art from the Archives of Brown & Bigelow.