Hand produced Esther Howland lift-up valentine; perforated, white lace decorated with pink, blue, yellow, and purple flowers along the center and corner edges, has a center cameo of a young boy wearing a straw hat carrying a sheaf of wheat. Scalloped edge of card is trimmed in red. Card opens to reveal text that reads: Forget! 'tis sure the sternest word,/That human lips e'er uttered yet,/Nor is a sound of misery heard,/So dire as that one word, forget. N.E.V.Co. 15 embossed on the back of the card.