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The Newberry continues to build the postcard collection selectively through gifts and acquisitions of coherent postcard collections that enhance existing holdings and relate to other core collections at the library. See our Postcard Collecting Policy for more information. Donate Now Join the Mailing List. Search this site. These include: Digital Collections Curt Teich Postcard Archives Digital Collection : Primarily a database for the physical items in the CTPAC, this digital collection features more than , catalog records and 19, images for individual postcards.
Search for keywords, artists, titles, or production numbers of interest, or browse by U. Postcards at the Internet Archive : A growing digital collection of around 27, postcards from the holdings at the Newberry, including the Leonard A. Click on the name of the collection to see whether a finding aid, inventory, or catalog record is available for the collection.
Curt Teich Company Geographic Index. The Geographic Index links locations shown on postcards typically organized by state and city to production numbers. The index includes both handwritten and typed entries. The physical index can be requested and consulted in the Special Collections Reading Room, or see the link above for scanned PDFs of the index, organized by state.
The Curt Teich Company used a variety of production number systems over its year history. The dating guide helps identify the original production year of a postcard based on these production numbers. Offering Postcards or Collections for Donation or Sale The Newberry continues to build the postcard collection selectively through gifts and acquisitions of coherent postcard collections that enhance existing holdings and relate to other core collections at the library.
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When received at the Newberry Library it was estimated at 2. Hammon Company Collection , the Leonard A. Lauder Raphael Tuck Collection , and many others. A number of digital collections and digital and archival research tools are available to help researchers find materials of interest in the CTPAC.
These include:. If you have questions about the postcard collection or need assistance with any of these research tools, please Contact a Librarian. Reference staff may be able to help determine whether either specific postcards or categories of interest are available in the CTPAC.
Readers are strongly advised to make an appointment to view original materials. Please Contact a Librarian to make an appointment at least two business days in advance of your planned visit. Please include the specific collections, items, or topics you wish to research in your message. Reference staff will work with researchers to identify materials of interest and make them accessible, whenever possible. Complete inventories for all of the collections are not immediately available.
If you would like to come with a group of five or more to view CTPAC items in the Reading Room, or for a presentation to a group of any size on the collection by a Newberry staff member, please submit a Group Visit Request Form. Please note that, while we will do our best to accommodate your group, we may not be able to fulfill all requests due to staff limitations, space constraints, and collections availability. The Newberry is also planning to incorporate items from the collection into many of its future exhibitions.
If you have other questions regarding publication of CTPAC images, consult the webpage on Rights and Reproductions or email rightsandrepro newberry. Several smaller series of postcards were printed at the same time as the main series of cards. One group began with two letters before the number of the card. The second letter in the code often indicates the process — the 'C' usually means C. The dates for this series are approximate and were derived from the company records or from copyright dates on the postcards.
Publish Preview. I hope folks find this info useful. Post Reply Preview. The Real Devil Doll 13 years ago. Very useful! I use this guide all the time for dating cards that I buy and sell A magnifying glass helps, too. Vintage Roadside 13 years ago. What a fantastic reference Gary - thanks for bringing this to the group. I'm looking forward to finally being able to pin down dates for some of my postcards. My pleasure. It's helping me too. Now my problem is what to do when there's a stamp covering the date code.
Postcard Blogger 13 years ago. That'll be handy for some rough dates indeed. Smaddy 13 years ago. Thank you for the guide! I had heard before about the numbers meaning something, but I had no way to tell what MY cards' numbers meant. Now I know. Hope you find it helpful. I did, but I still have a few Teich cards that somehow don't follow some of the serial numbers. They're five numbers, like I have a Wildwood NJ one that has just in the corner, and it is a Teich card.
And I feel your pain about what to do about stamps covering the serial numbers. I'll have to look into how to gently remove stamps even just to lift it enough to read the numbers. Great guide to date the image, but not the post card itself. For example, I collect images of Boulder Dam, now Hoover Dam, the same image, with the same CT number was first issued in the 's and again in the 's, only change is the name of dam.
Other changes, clouds, etc have been made on cards, again using the same number. Popular views, printed over and over, also used the same number. Still a great guide as to when the image was first put on a post card. One other point, the number after the H, gives you some indication as to when in the year the card was made. The number only indicates that it was CT's different card they printed that year.
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