The seller whom I purchased this from had several different examples, but the only one I picked up was this one, clearly identifiable as Louise Brooks.
Frankly, I have no idea who the others were as there are no names on any of these large 2-5/8" X 4" trading card style permits. By my best recollection there are about ten to twelve other different cards with this same design, front and back.
The reverse of this one was damaged, as the card had been previously mounted, but it looked to serve the purpose of being a gag permit which wives were supposed to sign on the dotted line in order to allow husbands to attend the risque George White's Scandals show.
This particular example, the only one that I have ever come across, has obvious back damage, slightly rounded corners and slight edge wear on an otherwise clean front -- I graded the front as VG or 4/10, the back as P or 1/10 for an overall grade of approximately F or 2/10.
It sold on July 17, 2007 for $251.51 on eBay. Imagine if it were NM!
If you're interested on more of the story on how the bidding progressed on this one, please see my blog posting from that time period.