Cardboard calendar produced by the Pratt’s Food Company of Philadelphia and given away by J. G Wilder, a pharmacist in Circleville, Ohio. The caption of the pinup style illustration is “THE GIRL IN GREEN.” She has quite a fancy green hat. One of only three or four calendars produced by the Pratt Company that illustrated beautiful ladies. This year, 1908 is quite scarce as this is the first example I have ever offered. McMurry auctions sold JUST THE CALENDER TOP, without the pad in 2017 for $200. 12”x 8 ½”. There are some condition issues. The original hanging hole was torn through and the owner at the time, punched another small hole to hang the calendar. There are three minor edge tears, two of which can be seen just BELOW the illustration. Lastly, there is some minor edge and corner wear. There is a full calendar pad and no damage or distractions with the great image of the girl in green. Frame this up and you have a beautiful example.