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Hello, I noticed that one of the images you uploaded here for Wikisource, Texas Woman Suffrage Association text ornament.jpg was not a text ornament but a printers' union label, just in such low resolution (not your fault, I checked the source) that it is nearly impossible to tell it apart from a misplaced ink blotch.
I further noticed that you reused it across a couple related documents, and I would normally "complain" because these are actually completely different labels for different unions, and if you squint your eyes just right, they actually have different, yet equally unreadable text. However, it's at such a low resolution that telling one from another practically takes a trained eye. This particular one that you uploaded seems to say something along the lines of "Allied Printing Trades Council Galveston", I think. Some months back I uploaded one with a similar arrangement and only very slightly better resolution: File:Allied Printing Trades Council, New York union label.png djr13 (talk) 18:16, 13 August 2014 (UTC)