Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility help. Join or log in to Facebook. Email or phone. Forgotten account? Sign Up. There are a myriad of ways one can determine an approximate or sometimes an exact date for your old postcard. Some postcards, especially chromes printed by the LL Cook Company and a few others, and many vintage postcards by the Detroit Publishing Company also known as Detroit Photographic or Phostints put copyright dates right on the card about
Curt Teich Postcard Archives Collection
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While a date range can only be supplied with most unused old postcards, post cards published by Curteich (known as Curt Teich in earlier days) from the.
This digital project contains a selection of materials from the North Carolina Collection’s postcard collections, including at least one image for each of North Carolina’s one hundred counties. Staff members at the North Carolina Collection encourage users to check back regularly to view the latest images, as they will continue to add postcards to the digital collection.
Every postcard in North Carolina Postcards is described using a standard set of descriptive fields, which are described below. The Title of the postcard is most often taken directly from the front of the postcard. In a few instances, the title comes from information on the back of the card. Whenever a title is supplied by the library, it is given in brackets.
The Caption field contains everything that is printed not handwritten on the back of the card, with the exception of extremely common phrases such as “Post Card,” “Place Stamp Here” and “Address on this Side. Later postcards have more descriptive information about the picture on the front. The Transcription field contains everything that is handwritten or, in rare cases, typewritten or stamped on the back of the card. This is usually a short message and address.
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Jump to navigation. The Collection is widely regarded as the largest public collection of postcards and related materials in the United States. When received at the Newberry Library it was estimated at 2. Hammon Company Collection , the Leonard A.
As I looked for information that could help date the card, I found that Course in Huntington are shown on this Curt Teich postcard that was.
Publisher’s numbering scheme Other clues. Pioneer Era Although the world’s first picture postcards date from the s to the mids, most of the earliest American picture postcards extant today are those that were sold at the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois, starting on May 1, These were illustrations on government-printed postal cards and on privately printed souvenir cards.
The government postal cards included a printed 1-cent stamp; the privately printed souvenir cards required a 2-cent adhesive postage stamp to be attached. Messages were not permitted on the address side of the cards; after attempting various forms of explaining that regulation, the U. The required postage was a 1-cent adhesive stamp. At this time, a dozen or more American printers began to take postcards seriously. Still, no message was permitted on the address side.
Writing was still not permitted on the address side.
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This info. is excerpted from a flyer “Dating CurtTeich Postcards”. From to Dec , a consecutive numbering system is used: 1 to Date to.
Curt Otto Teich March — was an American publisher of German descent who produced popular color postcards , primarily of scenes from American life. He was a pioneer of the offset printing process. Teich was born in Greiz , Thuringia modern-day Germany , and, following his family’s traditional career as printers and publishers, worked as a printer’s apprentice in Lobenstein. Teich is best known for its “Greetings From” postcards with their big letters, vivid colors, and bold style.
The company closed in In , it was announced that the archives would be transferred to the Newberry Library. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Curt Teich, Sr. Greiz , Thuringia. Indian Rocks Beach, Florida.
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About 80 postcards from Italy, s onwards, topographic, archaeological. About postcards from around the world, s onwards, mainly topographic. A collection of postcards detailing Britain in the s and 60s. Some are posted and written on, but that adds to their charm, and provenance. Rowcroft are committed to making every day the best day possible for people living with life-limiting illnesses across South Devon, providing comfort and support to families coping with the hardest days.
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GUIDE TO DATING CURT TEICH POSTCARDS. The first series of cards printed by the Teich Company used numbers only and ranged from 1 –
Dating from to , the 11 sample booklets in this collection document the commercial process of how these popular and colorful cards came into the hands of consumers. Salesman would call at retail establishments such as tourist attractions, hotels, drugstores, and other venus with these samples and take orders for both generic and customized cards.
The orders would be printed and shipped to the retailers, where they would be purchased by tourists and locals alike. The linen cards, which originated at Curt Teich in Co. In the late s and early 40s, when stamps were a mere half penny and mail could be delivered two to seven times a day, the postal service was the primary method of communication for many people in the United States USPS.
The cards simultaneously present pictures indicative of a culture of white supremacy, with explicitly racist representations of African Americans featured in some of the photos. The new collection, which includes over a hundred postcards, will be a valuable resource for anyone interested in studying Western North Carolina culture in the early 20th century and will now be available for reference at UNCA Special Collections.
More cards from the collection are featured below. Mashburn, J. Meikle, Jeffrey L. Austin: University of Texas Press, In the bottom right hand corner is — not sure what this means Card is not postmarked Thank you very much Charlotte. Thanks Lori.
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Browse all items in the collection. OR Create a report of your search results: Teich report tool. The Curt Teich Postcard Archives Collection is widely regarded as the largest public collection of postcards and related materials in the United States. When received at the Newberry Library it was estimated at 2.
To John Hinde USA for permission to use various Tichnor postcards that may still Teich Postcard Archives, for its assistance in dating various Curt Teich cards.
Permission of Visual Materials Curator required to view originals. Contact Special Collections for more information. The company was founded by Curt Teich, a German immigrant who came from a lineage of printers and followed his brother to Chicago in At the time Teich opened his own printing firm, competition in Chicago was strong among newspapers and magazine printers. In , in an attempt to carve out a niche for himself in the printing market, he returned to his native Germany to learn new techniques for the color printing of landscape views derived from black-and-white photographs.
American Art. By , Curt Teich had mastered the photochrom printing process, dubbed the C. American Art process.