Top: An idyllic old English cottage, in the Cotswolds, perhaps? I cannot fathom why that was used on a fan advertising a tobacco warehouse. It does have a good piece of advice on it:
"Think clearly, Decide Wisely".
Right: Another baby and child fan, No. 729-Playtime Mother. This one has half of the artist's signature on it:
I Googled Charlotte Tucker, Packer and Hacker and didn't find any of them to be an artist. The reverse advertises Haines Shoe Stores, purported to be the largest chain of shoe stores in America owned by an individual! Their main slogan was "Hoof-to-hoof and that's no bull!" The lower right hand corner slogan reads..."It pays to find us as we save you 25 cents to $2.00 a pair on your shoes". Makes me wonder what the shoes cost back then if savings of 25 cents was considered big money!