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|EX101-Copyrighted in 1909 by Martin, a
Kansas Real Photo
guy who was the best of the bunch in this field. Seamless is how
I think of him. Not all cards are equally available, ranging from common to rare. All are splendid. This shows a wagon hauling sugar beets in Colo. and is fairly scarce. Cancel from Colorado, Sept. 1, 1910. Some writing on back but, overall, Ex.
|EX102-A Martin real photo which
pictures, "Peach Canning Time-
on the farm." Copyright 1910. Un, near Mint.
|EX103-A Martin real photo, "Taking our
Geese to market." copyrighted in 1910 by Canadian Post Card Co. Toronto.
This is a Martin card although it is marked, as many are, by this
company. Un, near Mint
|EX104-"Harvesting wheat in Penna."
Copyrighted in 1930 from Toronto'
Pencil wob. EX
|EX105-"Feeding time" for a couple of
giant pigs. Martin real photograph, 1909.Cancel from Baldwin, Kans,
1910. Wob, VG+
|EX106-"A Pumpkin of Powerful growth." A
Martin real photo published by Canadian Post Card Co.
1910. Canceled in Canada but faint. Wob EX
|EX107-"Shipping a few of our peaches."
Martin real photo, 1909. Kansas City logo printed on back. No cancel but
light handwriting. EX
|EX109-"A Unique Bungalow" shows a group
of Blacks living around their giant watermelon. Copyrighted
1910.Canceled from Edmonton, 1911. Toronto card but obviously Martin's
|EX110-Several young men with one
climbing a ladder to reach these tomatoes. Copyrighted 1909 by
Martin. Cancel, Pa., 1913. One tiny dent near top, noticeable from
|EX111-This very large feed bucket and
rabbit stand by
a normal-sized boy. Copyrighted 1909 by the Photo Art Shop. Fairly scarce. One small tear in bottom border.
Canceled in Chicago, 1919.
|EX112-4 owls perch atop this high school
in Belle Fourche, S.D. South Dakota cancel but very faint. Minor
creasing at lower right. Message on back dated 1911.
|EX113-"A peach ready for market in
Illinois." Real Photo copyrighted by Ritchie Bros. Centralia,
|EX114-A bunch of oversized Nappanee
onions. Copyrighted 1909 by C.E. Miller. Canceled from Nappanee,
Ind. in 1911. VG++
|EX115-This large beat looks like a Pesha
but isn't signed. It's canceled in Michigan as well as the type on front. Canceled 1913. EX
|EX116-A very large onion sits on a
another sits to the side. Raised at Horicon, Wisc,
1909. Extreme right side top identifies card as an Alfred Stanley Johnson photo. This is not printed but a real photo as are all the cards
shown here. Canceled 1910, in Wis. EX
|EX117-A large load of large sugar beets.
A real photo done by Alfred Stanley Johnson, Oct. 30,
1909. Un, EX
|EX118-A truly wonderful photo of "Maid
of the Mist" going up one of the falls at Niagara. The back of the
card names Fred Peck as the photographer. Near Mint,