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Noted: These Gorgeous Postcards Are Some Of The First Color Photographs Of America via Business Insider

July 11th, 2014

These Gorgeous Postcards Are Some Of The First Color Photographs Of America via Business Insider

These Gorgeous Postcards Are Some Of The First Color Photographs Of America via Business Insider

n the late 1800s, the Detroit Photographic Company began printing a series of color postcards based off photographs of iconic places in America, such as New York City and San Francisco, and peoples such as the Seminole and Pueblo Indians.

All produced between 1888 and 1924, the postcards were some of the very first color photographs of the United States ever. Though conventional color photography was not in widespread use until the introduction of Kodachrome in the 1930s, the Detroit Photographic Company used a process called Photochrom beginning in the late 1800s that added life-like colors in post-production. In the Photochrom process, trained technicians would transfer black and white photos onto numerous lithographic stones, each inked with a different color.

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