The Orthochrome Series were also of views and greetings but printed in tinted halftone. After 1914 they moved their primary studio to Hastings.Their cards were printed in both Saxony and Great Britain.In later years his photographs were use to make photochromes under the trade name Taylorchrome.
Photographers who published photo books and black & white and glossy postcards in tinted halftone of views and Types from their work. A notable set was made of the colonial architecture in Williamsburg, Virginia. who was most likely the owner of the Runta Import Co.This firm began by opening a gallery in Beirut selling art and antiquities, and then went on to produce crafted objects and furniture in oriental design.There popularity allowed them to expand into Damascus, and then Jerusalem, Cairo, and Alexandria.They started printing view-cards of Boston and holiday cards in 1898.This railroad that primarily transported coal and lumber had a history of slow expansion.