c. 1915 Samson Brothers Blue Checkered Border Series or Barton & Spooner Postcards (B/S 6413) - Dutch Boy with Wooden Shoes Sitting on a Bench(PID:50792535287) Source
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Postcard Lyric - I have longed many longings yet, For a letter vitch I nefer get: It makes me varry much undt fret Undt makes me say tings I shouldn't said; Now vot I vant I soon must get. Undt it a letter on dat I'll bet. These series of postcards were created showing folk costumes and referring to the creative use of language by the Dutch immigrants. Samson Brothers or Barton & Spooner Logo? The publisher logo of letters S and B in a circle, are found on other postcards online attributed to the Samson Brothers. From a New York City directory, the Samson Brothers appear to be Joseph and Hy Samson, address given in the R. L. Polk & Co.’s 1915 New York City directory, as 67 Irving Place. Divided back, used postcard. Made in U.S.A. Publisher: Samson Brothers, S/B 6413. Date of card circa 1915. Samson Brothers (1909-1919) New York, NY - A printer and publisher of artist drawn postcards that encompassed blacks, romance, greetings, holiday cards and humor. While many of their greeting and holiday cards were printed in Germany, their halftone cards printed in the United States that include commemoratives for the Hudson-Fulton celebration are not known for their quality. LINK to - Guide to Publisher’s Initials - www.metropostcard.com/guideinitials.html or - Barton & Spooner (1905-1915) Cornwall, NY This business was originally established in 1892 by the craftsman, Harry L. Barton who manufactured wooden souvenirs. After the turn of the 20th century he took on Ralph Spooner as a partner in order to expand into commercial and art printing. They opened a factory together at 1133 Broadway in New York City. Though they printed calendars, maps and other goods there, most of their postcards were printed as collotypes in Germany. Their output largely consisted of regional view-cards, often printed in monotones.
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