When Betzig left in 1889 the company changed their name to Sackett & Wilhelms.They expanded over the years to print other items such as postcards.Hampered by war they finally closed during the Russian Revolution. While most cards were issued under the Salmon Series name, some painted views were put out under the name Oilochrom.Publisher who began producing view-cards under the trade names Gravure Style, Sepia, Sepia-Style, and Sepiatone. Essenhigh Corke, provided watercolors to Salmon for postcards. They also produced comic cards, animals, military subjects, railway cards, and a series of illustrated cats by Lois Wain.A publisher of books and postcards of the American West, but mostly of Colorado and Wyoming.They first produced real photo postcards carrying the Sanborn name.A printer and publisher of artist drawn postcards that encompassed blacks, romance, greetings, holiday cards and humor.
A subsidiary to the committee of the Red Cross that published many cards as a method of raising funds for its Sister of Mercy nurses.The Société des Artistes Francais took over the Salon in 1881 after it lost government sponsorship.By 1890 schisms began to siphon of members and it began loosing its prominence.They also published monochromatic cards of views and the Czar.They were not only one of the first to publish postcards in Russia, their cards were considered to be the highest quality. Quinton who painted 2300 landscapes for their postcards between 19.