Did she fall or was she on?
Hill, W. E. (William Ely), 1887-1962
A meek little man stands between an attractive young woman and his wife, a brutish matron. Caption: The Married Man -- How absent-minded I am getting, dearie! I was about to address this young lady, under the impression she was you!
Spouses, Absent-mindedness, Women, Clothing and dress, Beauty, Personal
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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