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This railroad that primarily transported coal and lumber had a history of slow expansion.In 1904 with the founding of Mount Rainier National Park their business greatly grew with the influx of tourists.

By the 1920s they were producing so many postcards with borders that they became recognized as a type dubbed White Border Cards.Curt Teich was an early pioneer of the offset printing process having started using offset presses in 1907.It would take a number of years before he had presses made to his satisfaction, and many more years for him to perfect the method.of New York, who produced many illustrated prints for schools and libraries.Photographers Andrew and George Taylor set up the Royal Studio in the 1860’s, and as they became a major producer of cartes de visite they began opening up branches in many other towns and cities including some in the United States.Their cards were printed in both Saxony and Great Britain.

A photographer of western Canadian scenes, most notably of the Rocky Mountains.

Many of his images were turned into real photo postcards that were manufactured in Canada.

In later years his photographs were use to make photochromes under the trade name Taylorchrome.

A publisher of holiday, comic, and local view-cards.

It is unknown if they had any relationship to the Helman-Taylor Art Co.

About 1905 these photographic images began being published as postcards.