In 1935 they were forced to relinquish the business to National Socialist Control. Many cards were printed in black & white rotogravure under the label Copper Plate Etching.They are best known for a series of cards depicting historic buildings from Williamsburg, Virginia.
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Their cards were oriented toward an American audience as the titles and backs were printed in English.
Publishers of a wide range of postcard types including view-cards, military regiments, cricket players, comic cards by Gordon Browne, political cartoons by Harry Furniss, and other artist signed cards.
This photo studio created souvenir books and postcards from their photographs.
Their first cards contracted with the Detroit Publishing Company seem to have made their appearance around 1903, with some having their logo blind embossed on them.