I was scanning some Victorian trade cards yesterday, and found this wonderful little packet in with the cards that "tickled my fancy." It's for Freeman's Face Powder, and is sealed with the powder still inside. Because it still contains the powder, I guess it wouldn't really be called ephemera, but this seemed like the best forum for it. The two actresses whose photos appear on the back are Leslie Carter and Modjeska. There isn't a name associated with the woman on the front, so I assume it's a generic image. The printing process is an early version of photo offset printing (offset lithography), which should place it around the late 1800s or early 1900s. After a quick Google search, that seems like the right time period for the product and actresses, too. I'm leaning towards early 1900s rather than earlier, but am not sure. Any thoughts on which decade it might be from? Any other thoughts on this?