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Rachael Elmer New York City Postcards [16 Images]

Rachael Elmer New York City Postcards [16 Images]

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Rachael Robinson Elmer was an American artist who produced a series of postcards depicting scenes of New York City in the early 1900s. Her postcards were known for their detailed and realistic depictions of city landmarks and everyday life, often including human figures going about their daily routines. Elmer's postcards were produced using a process known as collotype printing, which allowed for high-quality reproductions of her original watercolor paintings. Collotype printing is a photographic printing process that involves creating a gelatin-coated plate from a photographic negative, which is then used to produce high-quality prints with a continuous-tone image.

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