Vintage 41 Post Cards Collection Alaska Fairbanks Skagway Canada Yukon GRIFFIN’S
In 1903, Kodak introduced a camera the No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak designed for postcard-size film, allowing the public to take photographs and have them printed on postcard backs. The Kodak postcard camera was discontinued in 1943. In 1907, Kodak introduced a service called “real photo postcards” (“RPPCs”), which enabled customers to make a postcard from any picture they took. The papers were marketed under various subsidiary company names: Velox, ASO, AZO, EKC, Solio, Artura, Aristo, and Kodak (brand). The postcard back heading Photo Post Card with the stamp box wording Kodak Paper dates to 1950 and later. AGFA ANSCO, MADE IN U.