TITLE: The Breakwater Light, Portoand Harbor at Night, Portland, Maine – D-18
POSTCARD ID: D-18 & 30554
PUBLISHER: Published by Portland Candy Co., Portland, Me.
Colorcraft-Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y.
POSTMARK: None – Postcard is Unused
TITLE: Ocracoke Village and Harbor
CAPTION: Ocracoke Island, N.C.
The pirate Blackbeard was killed here in 1718. This Outer Banks community has its harbor on Pamlico Sound.
Photo by Aycock Brown
POSTCARD ID: None
PUBLISHER: “Lusterchrome Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston 15, Mass.
POSTMARK: Williamsburg, VA. APR 17 1963
Check out my pictures of the Ocracoke Lighthouse!
TITLE: Famous Biloxi Lighthouse on West Beach, Biloxi, Mississippi
CAPTION: THIS BEAUTIFUL AND HISTORIC LIGHTHOUSE was built of cast iron in 1848 and tended for over 60 years by women keepers. It’s 65 feet of gleaming white tower lends charm to Biloxi’s beautiful beach.
POSTCARD ID: BX-109
PUBLISHER: Gulfport Printing Co., Gulfport, MISS
POSTMARK: None – Unused Postcard
TITLE: Scene at Palmer Park, Detroit, Mich.
CAPTION: Palmer Park, where lighthouse is located is a restful retreat of 120 acres and is located seven miles out Woodward Avenue. One of the delightful features is its Log Cabin with its quaint furniture. It has many acres of woods, children’s playgrounds and a casino where refreshments are served.
POSTCARD ID: A-7413
PUBLISHER: C.T. Photochrome
POSTMARK: Detroit, MICH JUL 3, 1914
TITLE: LIGHTHOUSE AT DULUTH, MINN
POSTCARD ID: No.96
PUBLISHER: V.G. Hammon Pub. Co., Minneapolia and Chicago
POSTMARK: Duluth, MINN JUN 29, 1912