Digital image of the front of a "Greetings From Illinois" postcard, published by Curt Teich Co. in 1938. Some minor editing was done; to clean up the borders, to straighten the borders, etc.
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No commercial restrictions. The Curt Teich Company existed from 1898-1978. There is no known copyright for postcards printed by the Curt Teich Company before 1964, with the following exceptions:
1) if the Curt Teich postcard has a photographer’s copyright on it, or
2) if it depicts a trademarked image
This postcard image does not fall into either of those categories.
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