TITLE: Cap Chat CAPTION: Cap Chat – date de 1815, cette formation geologique est situee pres du phare a l’ouest du village.
Cap Chat – dates back to 1815 – The Rock formation stands near the lighthouse at the western end of the village. POSTCARD ID: 90905 & 4063 PUBLISHER: Pub. UNIC, 6917 Avenue du Parc, Montreal POSTMARK: 22 IX 1965 (September 22, 1065?)
TITLE: Yarmouth Lighthouse CAPTION: Yarmouth Lighthouse, with lobster pot markers in foreground, Nova Scotia. POSTCARD ID: BR69 PUBLISHER: Pub. by The Book Room Ltd., Halifax, Nova Scotia POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard
TITLE: Point Prim Light CAPTION: Point Prim Light near Bigby, marks the entrance to Annapolis Basin from the Bay of Fundy. POSTCARD ID: BR-11 PUBLISHER: Pub. by The Book Room Ltd., Halifax, Nova Scotia
Printed in U.S.A. POSTMARK: Written On Standard Sized Postcard – Not Posted
TITLE: GASPE NORD Quebec Canada CAPTION: Le phare de Madeleine dans ce centre touristique
The lighthouse at Madeleine River. POSTCARD ID: 21689-C & 5962 PUBLISHER: Pub. UNIC, 6917 Avenue du Parc, Montreal, Canada POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard
TITLE: Mulholland Point Light CAPTION: The fixed white light on Mulholland Point is a welcome guide to Yachtsmen and Fishermen who stem Lubec Narrows, that surges between Campobello Island, N.B. and LUBEC, Maine.
Photo by A.D. Phillips POSTCARD ID: #81 & 89525 PUBLISHER: Pub. by Augustine D. Phillips & Son, Northeast Harbor, Maine, U.S.A. POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard.
TITLE: Swallow Tail Light, Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Canada CAPTION: Swallow Tail Light, Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Canada POSTCARD ID: 38677-C PUBLISHER: Canadian Post Card Co., Ltd., Toronto 3 POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard
A QSL card is a written confirmation of either a two-way radiocommunication between two amateur radio stations or a one-way reception of a signal from an AM radio, FM radio, television or shortwave broadcasting station. It can also confirm the reception of a two-way radiocommunication by a third party listener. A typical QSL card is the same size and made from the same material as a typical postcard, and most are sent through the mail as such. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QSL_card
TITLE: Head Harbour Light House, Campobello Island, N.B. CAPTION: QSL VE1TC POSTCARD ID: VE1TC PUBLISHER: J. Leo Douset POSTMARK: Bathurst, N.B. 1969
TITLE: Brockton Point Light House, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. CAPTION: None POSTCARD ID: 100871 PUBLISHER: Published by The Coast Publishing Co., Vancouver, B.C. Made in U.S.A.
C.T. American Art Colored
Copyright, Canada by The Coast Publishing Co. POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard
TITLE: Beacon Light in Harbor Saint John, New Brunswick CAPTION: None POSTCARD ID: None PUBLISHER: Unknown- This Private Post Card was Issued by the New Brunswick Tourist Association. POSTMARK: None – Written on but not posted.
Not sure which lighthouse this is. There are several lighthouses around the entrance to Halifax Harbour, but none that look like this. Do you know which lighthouse this is?
TITLE: The Lighthouse, Entrance to Halifax Harbour, N.S. CAPTION: None POSTCARD ID: 105,949 PUBLISHER: Unknown – hard to make out due to writing on the card. Printed in Great Britain POSTMARK: Los Angeles, California Gen Del – Card is dated July 29, 1911