Many cards with undivided backs were later reprinted with divided backs after 1907. While some cards are painted carefully in subtle tones others are loosely painted in bold colors. A thick white border is below the image on the front. The bookstore which was located on Wabash Ave, just east of Fourth Street. The animals shown in the group are descending the bank of a river bed to drink from a water hole dug by zebras, the tracks of which are seen in the sand. Memphis, Colonel Lindbergh made a 22,350 mile tour of the United States in this historic plane, followed by a Pan-American flight of 9,200 miles. Helio Dore - A German made card printed in continuous toned heliogravure.
We reserve the right to correct typographical errors. Thus, Albertype postcards provide a valuable documentation of scenes that no longer exist. Dick Alvey 1898 — 1983 had access to an airplane and took these photos in 1937. The American News Company also used other trade names such as Double Tone Green, Rotochrome, Tritone and Waterette. The Albertype Company, owned by Herman L. Using the prints, the company published postcards and viewbooks.
The Indian Fort Mountain land is a forest reserve for Berea College. Grayscale postcard of Toltec Indians on exhibit at the United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History. It lived on the western plains over 200,000,000 years ago when the area was a desert. The Albertype Company both produced their own photographs Adolph was a photographer , as well as reproduced photographic images produced by other companies or individual photographers. These cards are characterized by a sharp look with hard clean colors that emphasize blues and reds.
A good many of these cards have no attributes at all. Other cards are rarer, or particularly attractive from an artistic or historical perspective, and can command high prices. First settled by the Dutch in the 1630s, Flatbush was granted a patent of township by Director-General Peter Stuyvesant in 1652. Permission to use any materials must be made in writing to the Chief Librarian at the above address; Use Fees may apply. Quarto-Chrome - A German made card printed in four-color continuous tone lithography.
Doubletone Delft - A Gravure card in blue tones printed in Germany Doubletone Sepia - A Gravure card in blue tones printed in Germany. Some of their latter cards were printed by Curt Teich. . Albertype Company produced their own photographs, as well as reproduced photographic images produced by other companies or individual photographers. Colourtone cards were issued in the 1930's and printed in halftones using a distinct red, yellow, and blue pallet.
Louis' was presented to the Smithsonian Institution by Colonel Lindbergh on December 11, 1927, at the presentation to him of the Langley Medal of the Institution, and was installed in the National Museum on May 14, 1928. Godecke was still publishing postcards in the late 1910's. The company specialized in view and advertising postcards, and was the largest volume printer of this type in the world from the 1920s to the 1940s. The majority of the images from the viewbooks are views of New York City, though several images relating to Brooklyn are included. One of their more mysterious sets of cards were hand colored in France with a more varied than usual pallet and a wider than usual border. They often have the look of being hand colored. Dickerman, and the New England News Company.
Languages English The Albertype Company was founded by Adolph and Herman L. New York: Brooklyn Historical Society, 2008. They were mostly numbers in series of four to five digits. One variation of these cards were printed as novelties in a 6 by 8 inch format. The company operated from 1890 to 1952, and was located in Brooklyn, New York. Inland Publishing Company This company was based in Terre Haute and seems to have published all types of printed matter.
At a postcard show you will find thousands of cards, all sorted and filed by category. The Brooklyn-based company used the recent technological innovation of the collotype, or albertype, to photomechanically reproduce images. These cards have the normal Valentine logo on them and were printed in Scotland. Their closure in 1957 led to great difficulties in distribution, putting many small publishers out of business as well. The Albertype process, invented by Austrian photographer Joseph Albert, used a coating on glass plates permitting high speed mass production of photographs for the first time.
Frey on them who may have been the owner. Prefix E 1909-1912 Sextochrome - A French made lithographic card made by usilizing six-color halftone plates in its printing. Real photo bromide cards were made under the names Bromotype and Bromotone, and a series of Glossy view-cards with an embossed frame were issued under the Crystoleum Series name. Title The Albertype Company 15 images Object Name Album, Photograph Collection Photo Collection Description This is a collection of 15 St. In addition they produced a vast array of other products that held photographic images. Included are works of Charles Milton Bell, E.