Saturday, May 24, 2014
This collection of post cards is from the modern version of post cards. They are what are called chrome post cards. In 1946 Kodak stared to produce and market Ektachrome transparent film. Kodachrome was used to make photographs and Ektachrome was used to make slides. I remember sitting through many home slide shows of our family vacations and other family activities. The pictures that we were able to blow up to the size of the wall of our living room were still very clear – they were not what we would call today pixilated at all.
Printers – Mike Roberts
Curt Otto Teich
Publishers – Pikes Peak News Agency
Noble of Colorado Springs, CO
Cooper Post Card Co.
Altitude Publishing of Aurora, CO