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Dating of the postcards can be done from the style of the address side of the card and from the style of the stamp box. Original RPPC (real photo post card) showing a little girl surrounded by her toys. In the foreground is another soldier with a bayonet and men in formal elaborate military garb who are walking up stairs. There are a few minute insignificant flaws at the left border. Naftzinger Funeral Director and Embalmer Furniture and Rugs Centerport, Pa. There is some wear & rounding at the corners & a little wear along the edges.

has an excellent guide to identifying and dating vintage Real Photo Postcards from the design of the stamp boxes on the card. There are two tiny creases at the bottom left corner tip. Original RPPC (real photo post card) showing a girl with curls in an "American" toy pedal car. The back has an AZO stamp box with the two top triangles pointing up & the two bottom triangles pointing down. There is a minor bend at the top left corner tip that does not break the surface. On the left side is a doll laying on a hammock hanging over a table full of toy china dishes. The card is in fresh excellent/near mint unused condition just like it turned up in a Pennsylvania estate. This is an original real photo postcard of lodge members standing in front of the Easton, Pa. There is a tiny crease 1/8" in from the top left corner. There is a 7/16" tear at the left border & a 1/16" tear at the right border. There are five tiny pinpoint size ink spots on the buildings.

Vintage and antique photographs of children with toys can be found also in our pages on Cabinet Cards, Carte de Visites, and Photos showing dolls and toys. Next to him sits a large composition doll propped up by a toy truck. Early twentieth century black and white postally unused postcard that shows a well dressed young boy and a wooden toy airplane on the table next to him. Over the doll on a table is a Lehmann tin toy automobile. The post card has a non-divided back & a "place one cent stamp here" stamp box. There is one small brown spot above the Lehmann toy. The photo is marked by the photographer in the negative at the lower right corner "No. The photo is of an outdoor scene from Easton, Pennsylvania which shows 10 lodge members standing in a float. The photo is of an outdoor scene from Middletown, Pennsylvania which shows the wreckage of the Y. This real photo postcard is from a group of ten different real photo postcards that we recently found showing cowgirls, cowboys, & Indians that all appear to be from a wild west show. In the photo accompanying this listing you can see a diagonal line. But, possibly New Orleans as the architecture looks appropriate for Louisiana. Original RPPC (real photo post card) showing three people sitting on horses.Though the first documented photo postcard was mailed in 1899, the style wasn’t firmly established until Eastman Kodak began selling Velox photo paper with a pre-printed postcard back in 1902. 3A Folding Pocket camera, which used film specifically designed for postcard-size prints.Amateur photographers were now able to have their own images printed directly onto postcard paper and send them through the mail.Imprecise enlargement methods used during the '30s and '40s often required the addition of a decorative white border, which became customary on later photo cards.Since it was expensive to have additional descriptive information printed on the reverse side of each postcard, many RPPCs made by smaller studios have no text to identify their images.The historical research, site photography, maps, and web pages were all produced by graduate students enrolled in HP 206 - Researching Historic Structures and Sites at the University of Vermont Historic Preservation Program during the fall 2012 semester.