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ABOUT OUR VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS /
We currently offer our photographic prints in two sizes, 8.5″ x 11″, and 13″ x 19″. All prints are shipped with a quality chipboard back for added support, and encased in a plastic sleeve for increased protection. If you can’t find something on the website, please let us know (contact us HERE)!
We use a professional multi-ink Canon printing system with original Canon inks for our printing needs to ensure consistent professional high quality images. Our current paper of choice is Canon’s Pro Luster, a smooth satin photo paper with an ISO brightness of 92, offering exceptional image quality and longevity.
ABOUT OUR VINTAGE NOTE CARDS /
Our very popular historical Note Cards are sold individually, and are printed on Inkpress Duo Matte 80 paper, a double-sided matte finish wood fiber paper with a premier inkjet coating ideal for handling high resolution printing. All cards are offered blank on the inside, neatly folded, and come with a standard white envelope for easy mailing. All cards are also provided in a clear plastic sleeve for increased protection and come with information on the collection of origin.
ABOUT OUR SOURCES /
The majority of images featured in this collection come from four collections housed in The Cleveland Press Collection room at Cleveland State University – The Cleveland Press Collection; the Bruce Young Collection; the Gerald E. Brookins Collection; and the Cleveland Union Terminal Collection. Additional images may come from personal collections; the Cleveland Public Library Digital Library Collection; and collections housed in the Library of Congress. All prints come with information on the collection of origin.
BUYING LOCAL /
As a firm believer of supporting our local retailers, the majority of paper and ink currently used is purchased through Cleveland-based Dodd Camera with stores in downtown Cleveland, Avon, Mentor, Solon, the Dayton area, Columbus, Cincinnati, and Chicago.
PHOTO: The luncheonette counter at the new W. T. Grant store on Euclid Ave. / August 20, 1940