Card photographs (photographs)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Commercially-produced photographs mounted on thick card stock, slightly larger than the image. The surrounding card space is usually printed or embossed with the photographer's name or insignia, while the back usually bears the photographer's imprint. They were made by a variety of processes in different standard sizes.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Carl Mautz collection of Peter Britt photographs
Call Number: WA Photos 865
Overview: 171 carte-de-visite photographs; 53 cabinet photographs; 61 tintypes, including 1 cased double portrait; 1 cased ambrotype; 20 stereographs; 10 mounted prints; 4 photographic postcards; 5 photographs; and printed material by or relating to photographer Peter Britt, circa 1850s-circa 2000. Collected by Carl Mautz. Photographs are chiefly studio portraits of men, women, and children, including Peter Britt, Amalia Grobb Britt, Amalia Britt, and Emil Britt. Stereographs in the collection depict...
Dates: circa 1850s-circa 2000, bulk circa 1850s-circa 1880s