Dating dexter press postcards
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Grade: 3Unused Dexter Press card 72591-B from the 1960s, serrated edges, aging on the reverse, showing an air view facing inner Courtyard of Place d'Armes and South Barracks; West Barracks on right; ruins of East Barracks on left. Grade: 2Because the story of this Iwo Jima memorial is well known, we refer you to our section on Malaysia, where you might check out the cards of the National Monument in Kuala Lumpur. The War Memorial Center housed the Milwaukee Art center and is an Eero Saarinen building. Grade: 2The caption, which may be too tiny for the scan, says: "The spot where General Nogi interviewed General Stoesslor, Suishiei, Ryojun." The only way we could find in Google to learn anything about this was to enter "Suishiei" because there were so many different spellings of Stoesslor, and sure enough, the meeting was in 1904 at this location near Dalian at the time of the Russo-Japanese war.
Grade: 1In case it's hard to read, let us repeat the caption: H. A little online research is probably in order unless you know about this already.
Several additional postcard collections and archives have been added to the Teich Archives Collection over the past 35 years, including the Detroit Publishing Company Collection, the Dexter Press Records, the John High Collection, the V. Reference staff may be able to help determine whether either specific postcards or categories of interest are available in the CTPAC.
Unused, minor edge abrasions on front, and beginning to age a bit on reverse.
For assistance in dating Curt Teich postcards, please consult the dating guide (PDF, 137 KB). It is the user’s responsibility to secure permission to publish images from any holders of rights in materials that are still under copyright.
Images from Teich postcards printed after 1964 or postcards in the CTPAC printed by other companies may be subject to U. We are unable to provide further information about the holders of rights in CTPAC images.
) agreed on a cease-fire in that house, which was owned by a doctor.
Apparently the agreement was signed on the operating table. Grade: 2 Antique postcard, unused, in excellent shape apart from normal aging.
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