OLD MINNEAPOLIS POSTCARDS:
WHITE BORDER ERA

 

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updated 3/6/14

Golden Age White Border Linen

 

 

"White Border" postcards were produced mainly from about 1914 to 1932. View cards usually have white borders and low-contrast pale colors. The printing quality is usually not as good as that on postcards of the Golden Age. Paper stock is usually coated and has a flat non-glossy surface.