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    Alfred Stanley Johnson, active in Waupun, Wisconsin from 1909-1935, is known for his highly-realistic, action-packed, black and white scenes which contrasted wild images with understated captions for a humorous effect.

    Sky High ,Wisconsin landscape



    Wisconsin Sunrise


    Wisconsin landscape

    Christmas tree farm, Wisconsin

    Waupun, Wisconsin

    Wisconsin farm

    Dutch Windmill in Waupun, Wisconsin

    The Swiss United Church in New Glarus, Wisconsin early in the morning as the blizzard starts to let up.

    Horizons, Marshfield, Wisconsin

    Living Wisconsin

    Stilled Thoughts ,Wisconsin landscape

    F.D. Conard, of Garden City, Kansas, was known for his postcards of giant grasshoppers, inspired by a 1935 Kansas plague, and "Kansas varmint," the jackrabbit.

    William H. Martin, active in Ottawa, Kansas, from 1908 to 1910, is the most well known of all tall tale postcard photographers. Executed in black and white, his gigantic corn, rabbits, cabbages and other subjects convey his exceptional attention to detail and perspective. Some Martin cards were so popular that they went through multiple printings and were even plagiarized.