John O. Winsch, of Stapleton, New York, was a publisher of superior quality greeting postcards.
He first issued postcards in 1910, shortly after the passage of the Payne-Aldrich Act, which increased tariffs on imported cards. The Winsch cards were printed in Germany and imported to the United States for distribution.
Winsch postcards sold at two for five cents, when the common price was one cent each.
These funny vintage photographs from between the 1910s and 1920s showing people enjoying their local beaches. See more »
Here is a funny photo collection of soldiers posing with painting frames in the 1910s. See more »
Detroit circa 1910. "Bagley Homestead -- Michigan Conservatory of Music." Former abode of Michigan Governor John Judson Bagley (1832-1881). 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Circa 1910. "Jacksonville, Florida, and St. Johns River." Note the sign for the Dixieland Park ferry. 8x10 glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co. View full size.