Rudberg's Pier, Beaver Lake, Hartland, Wis., 1908
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Halftone postcard in colors
3.37 x 5.37 in
With the invention of the halftone print process, photographic postcards like this became inexpensive to produce and became widely distributed in the first decades of the 20th century. Of these postcards, as today, some of the most popular images were of travel destinations. This postcard, showing a view of Beaver Lake in Heartland, Wisconsin, is quintessential of the period and an excellent example of early 20th century American photography. 3.37 x 5.37 inches, postcard 7.25 x 9.25 inches, frame Framed to conservation standards using archival materials including 100 percent rag mounting, Museum Glass to inhibit fading and to reduce glare, and housed in a gold-finish wood moudling.