Dating canadian postcards
For many years this company ran under the shadow of the Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railroad, and by 1918 it was merged into the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. A novelty dealer and important publisher of national view-cards and Western themes in photo-chromolithography.
Their logo does not appear on all their cards but other graphic elements often remain the same. An importer and distributor of postcards for the Atelier Graphique H. These view-cards depict scenes on a national scope mostly contracted for resorts and tourist attractions.
The Carbontone Series were black & white printed views and greetings.
The Orthochrome Series were also of views and greetings but printed in tinted halftone. After 1914 they moved their primary studio to Hastings.
of New York, who produced many illustrated prints for schools and libraries.
The Reality Series consisted of greetings, children, actresses, and military themes produced as real photo postcards.They not only provided the only rail passenger service to the Park but supplemental transportation to its inns.At this time they began publishing postcards, many with unusual pictorial backs to promote their services.The Tanner cards are labeled with a very cursive font.This firm began by opening a gallery in Beirut selling art and antiquities, and then went on to produce crafted objects and furniture in oriental design.