Arizona Real Photo Postcards


Beginning with a history of postcards, Rowe explores interesting facets of early Arizona as visually captured by professional and amateur postcard photographers. The topics include mining, labor unrest, the advent of the automobile, construction projects like the Roosevelt Dam, town life, Indians, disasters, the Mexican Border War, aviation, photography and land development. In addition to an array of captivating images, Rowe provides an in depth survey of postcard collecting past and present, aspects of collecting, and features of postcards including postmarks, dating and styles. Everything the collector needs to know is included in this book, and any student of the development of the American West will be delighted by the quality and extent of the information provided by the spectacular assortment of images. 182 pages; 7 x 10; Illustrated; Dating and Identification Guide; Bibliography; Endnotes; Appendix; Index. This is the Author's Edition Paper $30 ISBN 978-1-887694-29-2 The difference between the Author's Editions and the Trade Paper is the quality of paper and duotone versus halftone printing of the illustrations. The Trade Paper also has a green color in the cover and the Author's Editions a copper color in the cover.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 09 June, 2007.

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