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  • Author:
    Richard Bak
  • ISBN:
    0738545775
  • ISBN13:
    978-0738545776
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    Arcadia Publishing; Reprint edition (October 12, 1998)
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    128 pages
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Postcard photographers traveled the length and breadth of the nation snapping photographs of busy street scenes, documenting local landmarks, and assembling crowds of neighborhood children only too happy to pose for a picture

Postcard photographers traveled the length and breadth of the nation snapping photographs of busy street scenes, documenting local landmarks, and assembling crowds of neighborhood children only too happy to pose for a picture. These images, printed as postcards and sold in general stores across the country, survive as telling reminders of an important era in America s history.

Detroit: A Postcard History (MI) (Postcard History Series).

Postcards, as we are familiar with them today, have taken a considerable amount of time to develop. The following is a brief general history of the postcard in the United States. The dates for each time period are not concrete and different sources contain slightly variable dates. It is also important to keep in mind that postcard types produced in one period could also be produced in another, but were simply not produced in the same volume as other card types of the period.

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Postcard photographers traveled the length and breadth of the nation snapping photographs of busy street scenes, documenting local landmarks, and assembling crowds of neighborhood children only too happy to pose for a picture. Detroit: A Postcard History (MI) (Postcard History Series).

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Richard Bak. Postcard photographers traveled the length and breadth of the nation snapping photographs of busy street scenes, documenting local landmarks. These images, printed as postcards and sold in general stores across the country, survive as telling reminders of an important era in America's history.

Postcard photographers traveled the length and breadth of the nation snapping photographs of busy street scenes, documenting local landmarks, and assembling crowds of neighborhood children only too happy to pose for a picture. These images, printed as postcards and sold in general stores across the country, survive as telling reminders of an important era in America’s history.