An early 20th Century AZO Postcard of an African American male and child, conceivably a proud Father or Grandfather pictured with his Son or Grandson. The standard size for AZO Postcards is 3.5x5.5.So for framing purposes it was probably cut down. AZO Postcards, accordingly, originated circa 1901.
In 1904 Kodak added AZO squares or triangles to the corners pointing up or down/ up and down. This postcard shows two triangles pointing up and two triangles pointing down, which indicates, accordingly, it originated between 1918 and 1930.Thank you for viewing, take a moment to visit my Store. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Black Americana\Photos".
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