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This list contains details regarding the type/style of postcard:

Linen This is the popular linen style card common in the 30', 40's & 50's
Natural This is your more standard card with natural color (not an actual photograph).
Chrome / Photo Repro- duction The card contains an actual photograph  reproduction. This style was more often used starting in the 50's & 60's and is still common in today's modern cards.
Kodachrome Similar to a Chrome, the card contains an actual photograph from a Kodachrome print.
Undivided Back The back of the card is not separated by a line or other print.  The entire back of the card is used for the address, which often means the sender wrote a message on the front of the card.
Divided Back In the early 1900's, the US Post Office mandated cards be divided, so that the address appeared on the right, the message text on the left.
Postage Required If listed on the card, this indicates how much postage was required to send the card (or how much was actually used if the card was postally sent).

This list contains details regarding the publisher. Most postcards indicate what company published the card. In some instances, cards will indicate a publisher, a photographer and a distributor. If such credits are listed, we may also indicate these under the publisher code.

Abbreviation: Publisher Detail:
AA American Art Post Card Co., Boston, MA
AC A. C. Bosselman & Co., New York
BB Bloom Brothers Co., Minneapolis, MN
BE Berger Brothers, Providence, RI
BL Blanchard Young & Co., Providence, RI
CA Callender Mc. Auslan & Troup Co., Providence RI & Chemnitz, Germany
CM The Co-Mo Company, Minneapolis, MN
CO Colourpicture Publiation, Boston / Cambridge, MA
CT CurtTeich & Company, Chicago, IL
DL Duluth Photo Engraving, Duluth, MN
DX Dexter Press, Pearl River & West Nyack, NY
DXW Dexter Press, West Nyack, NY
EC E.C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, WI
ED Edward H. Mitchell, San Francisco, CA
FR Frashers, Inc, Pomona, CA
GS Gallagher's Studio, Duluth, MN
HA V.O. Hammon Publishing Co., Chicago & Minneapolis, MN
HL Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME
HM Harry Michaels, Rochester News Agency
HP Photo by Humphrey
IL Illinois Post Card Co., New York
JA Jessie D. Allardice, Providence, RI
JB Color Photo by Jack Breed
JC J.C. Bardell, San Francisco, CA
LL LL Cook Co., Milwaukee, WI
LP Little Press, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn
ME Metropolitan News Co., Boston, MA
ML Max Latt, Providence, RI
MS Minneapolis Selling Co., Minneapolis, MN
PA Parlin Color Co., Inc., Toms River, NJ (732) 349-5584
RA Raphael Tuck & Sons, Providence, RI
RI Rhode Island News Co., Providence, RI
RM R. Meline, Francis Drake Hotel, Minneapolis, MN
RO Rotograph Co., NYC, NY & Germany
RW R. Wilkinson, 55 Eddy Street, Providence, RI
SP Stanley A. Plitz Company, San Francisco, CA
SW S. Wienert & Co. for J.G. Ade, Providence, RI
TI Tinchor Quality Views, Cambridge/Boston, MA
UN Union News Co., The
WY Wayne Paper Box & Printing Corp., Fort Wayne, IN

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Last Updated 03/28/2010 2009 Christopher Clay