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H. H. Tammen was a publisher who purchased or somehow acquired photographs from various photographers and made post cards from the images. One of the largest publishers of postcards in Colorado was the H. H. Tammen Curio Company, located on 1516 Arapahoe Street. The company owned and operated by H. H. Tammen, Carl Litzenberger and Joseph Cox opened its doors for business in 1896 and closed them in 1953.
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