Gibson Girl-ish caricature captured for use as a postcard, ca. 1910. As we've seen in previous posts, pennants on postcards were popular adornments with communities' names inscribed within. Please see: http://menashabook.blogspot.com/2013/06/felt-pennant.html. This one happens to combine several tropes of the time- the pennant along with the ingénue, atop a rendering of what is assumed to be her local institution of higher learning.