The 16 postcards of the Greek in Paestum are of two kinds. Nine are made from photographs by Emilio Camps himself, and show panoramic views or architectural details, while his companions pose in others. These are complemented by the photographs stuck into the journal, in which the author himself appears.

The rest of commercial postcards from the well-known Napolitan publisher Ettore Ragozino, in business since the last quarter of the 19th century. This explains their appearance and sepia tone, there being no doubt these images are older than 1930, possibly being from the last decades of the 19th century.