Lighthouse at the Golden Gate, San Francisco

Lighthouse at the Golden Gate, San Francisco

TITLE: Lighthouse at the Golden Gate, San Francisco
CAPTION: None
POSTCARD ID: B-21
PUBLISHER: Pub by T.C. Bardell, San Francisco
POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard

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Santa Claus Fly’s by the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year

TITLE: Santa Claus Fly’s by the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
CAPTION: Greetings from the Outer Banks of North Carolina
POSTCARD ID: None
PUBLISHER: © Herbert Bliven
POSTMARK: None – Unused Modern Sized Postcard

 

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Turkey Point Lighthouse, Maryland

Happy Thanksgiving!

In honor of Thanksgiving, enjoy today’s view of Turkey Point Lighthouse!

Turkey Point Lighthouse, Elk Neck, MD

TITLE: Turkey Point Lighthouse
CAPTION: Elk Neck, MD c1900
The 38-foot tower was built in 1833. Located at the head of the Chesapeake Bay It serves traffic to and from the Susquehanna River. The last woman keeper in the nation retired from this lighthouse in 1947.
POSTCARD ID: PC128404
PUBLISHER: © Lieb Image Archives, York, PA
Printed in the U.S.A.
POSTMARK: None – Unused Standard Sized Postcard

Ocracoke Lighthouse, North Carolina

TITLE: The Outer Banks Ocracoke Lighthouse
POSTCARD ID: L-96653-D and RD-NH 251
Printed in Canada
PUBLISHER: Pub. by Rowe Distributing Co., Inc., Chesapeake, VA 23325
Photo by Lisa A Griggs

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Charlotte Genesee Lighthouse

This is the first postcard I produced.

CAPTION: Built in 1822, the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse is 40-feet high; the lantern room adds an additional 12-feet.  Climbing to the top will allow you a beautiful view of the surrounding area.

Photo ©Robert D. DaVia, www.seathelights.com
Modern sized postcard – 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″
POSTCARD ID: STL-001

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Nantucket Lightship

A lightvessel, or lightship, is a ship which acts as a lighthouse. They are used in waters that are too deep or otherwise unsuitable for lighthouse construction

Lightship LV-112
Nantucket Shoal Station, MA 1937
Built in 1936 to replace Lightship #117 after it was struck and sunk with seven of its 11 crew members. Heavy seas and thick fog made this a dangerous station on the south end of the shoal.

This postcard is a reproduction card, based on an older image. It is standard sized.

POSTCARD ID: PC145001
©LEIB IMAGE ARCHIVES, YORK, PA

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LUDINGTON LIGHT, Michigan

Chessie’s water-borne links between Ludington, Michagan and the Wisconsin ports of Milwaukee, Manitowoc and Kewaunee move 175,000 passengers, 50,000 autos and 100,000 cars of freight annually across Lake Michigan.  Vacationists from many states choose C&O’s cross lake short cut as pleasant and restful interludes in a busy schedule.  C&O’s fleet of seven ships operates round the clock every day throughout the year.

Standard Sized

Postmark: IONIA, MI  FEB 18 1967

 

 

Beacon of Paradise ~ Diamond Head Light House

Diamond Head Lighthouse

Diamond Head lighthouse silhouetted against the cool evening sky on the south shore of O’ahu.

Photo by Chris Steffins

O-340  12301 340

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