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The profitable and lasting future of the postcard was greatly enhanced. They can be identified by combinations of the following: On May 19, 1898, the government gave private printers permission to print and sell postcards.
These cards were all issued with the inscription "Private Mailing Card," and today they are referred to as PMC's.
The message, therefore, had to be written on the front (picture side) of the card.
On December 24, 1901, permission was given for use of the wording "Post Card" to be imprinted on the backs of privately printed cards.
All cards during this era had undivided backs of privately printed cards.
The Pioneer Era began when picture postcards were placed on sale by vendors and exhibitors at the Colombian Exposition in Chicago, May 1893.
These were very popular and proved to be a great success.