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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.
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Utah Postcards from collection of 2 Million Vintage Post Cards that date back from to the modern photo chrome era of the late s. Utah Postcards. Utah UT Postcards.
A postcard is a tweet with a stamp. I reached this conclusion recently, after becoming perhaps the last person in North America to board the social media—networking bandwagon. I signed up for Twitter and tweeted for a minute.
Do you have a shelf full of old books? Next, go through this list with each book that seems promising. If there is one single thing that is a make or break for book value, it would be the dust jacket.
The most prolific producer of the iconic 20th-century American travel postcard was a German-born printer, a man named Curt Teich, who immigrated to America in Like so many industrious strivers who came to the United States at the close of the 19th century, Teich pursued his postcard business as a means of building a life for his family and getting rich while he was at it, if he lucked out. His linen-style postcards depicted an optimistic view of America, creating a unique record of national tourism and documenting the U. Linen postcards, named for their embossed linen-like texture, were tremendously popular in the United States during the s, s, and s.