“Two Lights” Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Me.

“Two Lights” Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Me

TITLE: “Two Lights” Cape Elizabeth, Portland, ME
CAPTION: None
POSTCARD ID: 7896
PUBLISHER: Pub. by The Eastern News Co., Portland, Me.
POSTMARK: Portland Maine APR 28 1920 – Stamp Removed

Ram Island Ledge Light House, Maine

Ram Island Ledge Light House, Maine

TITLE: Ram Island Ledge L.H.
CAPTION: RAM ISLAND LEDGE L.H., built in 1905 on the north side of the entrance to Portland Harbor, has a flashing white light 77 feet above water.
Aerial photo by A.D. Phillips
POSTCARD ID: 422 and 121311
PUBLISHER: Pub. by Augustus D. Phillips & Son, Northeast Harbor, Maine, U.S.A.
POSTMARK: None – Unused Standard Sized Postcard

Portland Head Light

Portland Head Light

TITLE: Portland Head Light
CAPTION: First Light House Erected By The United States of America
Portland Headlight – The first established beacon light upon the New England coast, lighted for the first time January 10, 1791 – The first light keeper was appointed by George Washington. Portland Head, on which the light is situated, gave the name to the city of Portland.
POSTCARD ID: 7C-K1857
PUBLISHER: Portland News Co., Portland, Maine
CurteichcolorĀ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Ofc.)
POSTMARK: None – Unused Standard Sized Postcard

Two Lights and Cape Elizabeth Life Saving Station, Portland Harbor, Maine

Two Lights and Cape Elizabeth Life Saving Station, Portland Harbor, Maine

TITLE: Two Lights and Cape Elizabeth Life Saving Station, Portland Harbor, Maine
CAPTION: NONE
POSTCARD ID: 46 & 134024
PUBLISHER: Pub. by Chisholm Bros., Portland, ME.
POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard

The Spring Point Ledge Light House, Guarding Portland Harbor, Maine

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TITLE: The Spring Point Ledge Light House, Guarding Portland Harbor, Maine
POSTCARD ID: D-8 & 25838
PUBLISHER: Published by Portland Candy Co., Portland, Me.
Colorcraft-Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y.
POSTMARK: None – Postcard is Unused

Portland Head Light by Night

TITLE: Portland Head Light by Night, Casco Bay, Portland, Maine
POSTCARD ID: 101 and 4A-H2170
POSTMARK: Portland Maine JUL 8 1954 3PM
PUBLISHER: Portland News Co., Portland, Maine
GENUINE CURTEICH CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD (REG. U.S. PAT. OFF.)
MESSAGE: Dear Mrs. Hunter – Mary and I are enjoying Portland and the Eastend, as usual. I hope you are well. Yours, Hattie B. ????? July 8 /54