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Phototypie Labouche Frères

Toulouse, France, 1900–1960 (Printer)

The Toulouse firm of Labouche Frères was a printing house founded in 1848 by the engraver-lithographer Hector-François Labouche (1823–1882). The business was assumed by his sons, Eugène (1867–1938) and Lucien (1864–1959) under the name Phototypie Labouche Frères and produced postcards between 1900 and 1960. These postcards featured images of the French Southwest region, the Languedoc region, and Spain.

Labouche Frères Credit Line
Phototypie Labouche Frères Credit Line