Classical 4th and 5th Order Fresnel Lenses

TITLE:   Fresnel Lens

CAPTION:  Fresnel Lens:
1. Classical fourth order manufactured by Barbier, Benard & Turenne.
2. Classical fifth order manufactured by L. Sautter & Cie, used in Michigan City lighhoused (sic) 1858-1982.
PUBLISHER:  Custom Graphic Prducts by Creeko Creations
POSTMARK: None ~ Not Used Postally

Fresnel Lens ~ Twin Lights (Navesink) Lighthouse, NJ

TITLE: South Tower Lens, Twin Lights Lighthouse, Highlands, New Jersey

CAPTION: This “hyper radiant” bivalve lens used an electric arc light and at 25,000,000 candlepower was for many years the most powerful light in the United States.  The light rotated through the night powered by a clockwork Drive would every four hours.
POSTCARD ID: TLHS-9 & 35126510
PUBLISHER: Pub. by H.K Barnett, Allison Park, PA
POSTMARK: None, Not Used Postally


Green Bay Harbor Entrance Light, WI

TITLE: Lighthouse at Harbor Entrance, Green Bay, WIS

CAPTION:  This station marks the west side of entrance to dredge channel leading into Green Bay Harbor.  The house is circular, 25 feet in diameter; upper floor divided into rooms for the Keepers.  The light is electric of 6,000 candlepower flashing red every 6 seconds.  The fog signal is a vibrating diaphragm emitting a blast every 20 seconds.
POSTCARD ID:  39 and 9411.
PUBLISHER:   Published by Bosse’s News Depot, Green Bay, Wis.
POSTMARK:  None – Not used postally

Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, NH


CAPTION: Fort Point Light
New Castle
New Hampshire
Located at the southeast angle of Fort Constitution, Fort Point Light is one of three lighthouses guarding the entrance to Portsmouth Harbor. it was built in 1771, during the term of Governor Wentworth.
PUBLISHER:  Heritage Cards and Books
POSTMARK: None, Not Used Postally

Cape Lookout Lighthouse, North Carolina

TITLE:  Cape Lookout Lighthouse

CAPTION:   Beautiful Cape Lookkout Lighthouse stands proud and tall as it continues to serve as it has served for so many years.  Located to the east of Harkers Island, NC, it is easily seen from the shores of Harkers Island by natives and tourists alike.  Access is available from Barbour Harbour Marina by ferry or your own boat.
PUBLISHER:   dynacolor graphics, inc., Miami, Florida
Photo by Bob Davis, SEABIRD Photography
POSTMARK:  None, Not Used Postally