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These beautiful vintage postcards are of Mount Rainer, Rainer Inn and Paradise Valley. Both postcards are not written on on the back.

I love the color saturation on in Linen Photographs. Here is some history on them.

Linen postcards were made from 1930-1945.The high rag content gave these postcards a textured "feel". They were cheaper to produce and allowed the use of bright dyes for image coloring. They proved to be extremely popular with roadside establishments seeking cheap advertising. Linen postcards document every step along the way of the building of America's highway infra-structure.

2 Mount Rainer Washington Vintage Postcards ACEP Scrapbooking