Detroit Photographic Co.
The Detroit Photographic Company was a photographic publishing firm established in the late 1890s. Its founders, William Livingstone, Jr., and Edwin Husher, bought the rights to employ the Swiss “Photochrom” process for converting black-and-white photographs into color images and printing them by photolithography. The firm was able to employ the process to mass-produce color postcards, prints, and albums.
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