Another name for United Press, the United Press Association stamp is believed to only have been used only during the s. It was unusual in that it had a parchment-like quality and was semi-translucent. The middle box with the early type of sealing label dates from to approximately The earliest examples, s to turn of the century, are bichromate prints. Unlike 'development' Contact paper, which was exposed only briefly to bright tungsten light or daylight, the printing frame with P.
These tags are helpful as they can help identify and date the photograph.
Kodak Velox Film/Paper
Early gelatin silver prints often have an albumen-like sepia tone and can be mounted to a cardboard backing. Paper caption placed on the back of a photograph Wirephotos: The vertical line design lasted until the end of the s. Some wirephotos have normal borders. The most common style of case is ornamental and folds together like a box, often with a small latch on the side.