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Little boy is crying as his black nanny tries to clean his face. But that's all in the past, before the days of Ivory soap, when a bright, clean face often meant tears and a smarting skin. But now -- Ivory Soap washes tender little cheeks with lather as velvety and gentle as thistledown. Published in the March, 1920 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL.



Artist: Jessie Willcox Smith

Source: Charles Perrien

Restoration by: Charles Perrien