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(Shown) .25 v "252--STANLEY LAKE AND PEAKS, SAWTOOTH MOUNTAINS, IDAHO / PHOTO BY WESLEY ANDREWS" unused linen from Wesley Andrews Company, excellent condition.
A beautiful postcard that does the subject justice.
.75 c(d)w(s)m "207 An Inviting Road in the Rockies // THE CALL OF THE TRAIL. AND / GATEWAY TO THE GARDEN OF THE GODS, / FRAMED BY GNARLED CEDARS ..." linen postcard mailed 1953 from Colorado Springs, fresh colors & good edges, back paper starting to show its age.The Private Mailing Card Act of May 19, 1898, stipulated that private mailing cards measure 3.25 x 5.5 inches.After 1901, postcards typically measured 3.5 x 5.5 inches, although variations in size exist.Started in 1895 in Detroit, Michigan, it was known until 1905 by its two subsidiary operations, the Photochrom Co., dealing with the production of color prints, and the Detroit Photographic Co., responsible for the publishing and distribution of photographic views made by the company.A timely joining of entrepreneurial energies helped assure the early success of the company. Livingstone (an engineer and son of wealthy Detroit shipping magnate, newspaper publisher, and financier, William Livingstone, Jr.), joined forces with a local photographer, Edwin H. Husher and Livingstone obtained from the Photoglob Company of Zurich, Switzerland, the North American rights to an astounding new photolithographic process called Photochrom, to produce, in quantity, color prints that retained their photographic verisimilitude while capturing the vibrant colors of the popular chromolithographs of the late nineteenth century.