Official Colonial Williamsburg CardsColonial Williamsburg produced several numbered series
of postcards. Numbers 501 through 559 were chromes produced
from c. 1955 to c. 1978 by H. S. Crocker. For most cards in
this series, three forms exist, differentiated by the publisher
line down the midline of the reverse:
H. S. Crocker, Baltimore / San Francisco
In the following table, 'EK' indicates that the "Ektachrome"
version is in the author's collection. 'SF' indicates San
Francisco, and 'BA' indicates Baltimore.
The "700" series consists of black and white drawings by Charles H. Overly.
There are 4 basic types. The first come in black/white and watercolor varieties:
In the following table, these types are referred to as 'OV1' through 'OV4.'
In the following table, 'SB' stands for San Bruno, California.