Tall-tale Postcard: Nip and Tuck
Photomontage of a man fishing. The man, wearing waders and up to his knees in water, is struggling to reel in a giant bass. The words, "Nip & Tuck with a Bass," appear in the lower left portion of the image.
Image ID: 44607
Creation Date: 1911
Creator Name: Martin, William H.
Collection Name: Exaggerated postcards, 1900-
Original Format Type: photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number: PH 3565.4
Original Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.5 inches
Clothing and dress
Fish as food
Food industry and trade
Tall tales in art
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