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Real Photo Postcards
African Americans
 
  

No other photographic format illustrates America during the period between 1905 and 1925, better than the photo postcard. The multitude of subjects found in any other photographic format can also be found on a photo postcard, with the photo postcard selected as the format of choice of many small town professional photographers and amateurs. Whether illustrating state fairs, store openings, railroads coming to town, sporting events, or just portraits of ordinary people, the postcard photographer was there to take the picture.
 
This exhibition deals with one of the many subjects depicted in photo postcards; African Americans.
 
Mike Maslan (February 2007) 
  

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