TITLE: Wind Point Lighthouse, Racine, Wisconsin
POSTCARD ID: 1830 and 5A-H2664
PUBLISHER: E.A. Bishop, Racine, Wisconsin
POSTMARK: Racine WIS AUG 5 1945
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Five Mile Point (Old New Haven) Lighthouse, CT
TITLE: LIGHT HOUSE POINT, MOONLIGHT SCENE, NEW HAVEN, CONN
POSTCARD ID: No. 830
PUBLISHER: Pub. by The E.P.J. Co., Made in Germany
POSTMARK: New Haven CONN AUG 15 1909
Palmer Park Lighthouse, Detroit, MI
TITLE: LIGHTHOUSE, PALMER PARK, DETROIT, MICH
POSTCARD ID: I.149
PUBLISHER: Kresge & Wilson, Detroit Printed in Germany
POSTMARK: JUL 31 ????
Oswego Lighthouse, N.Y.
TITLE: Beacon Light-House, Winter View, Oswego, N.Y.
POSTCARD ID: A-10459
PUBLISHER: Published by The Rochester News Company, Rochester, N.Y.
Leipzig, Berlin and Dresden. Germany
POSTMARK: MAR 25, 1907
TITLE: Light House, Bridgeport, Conn.
POSTCARD ID: 13.-5
PUBLISHER: Illustrated Postal Card Co., New York, Leipzig
POSTMARK: Bridgeport CONN JUL 13 1907
Absecon Light House, Atlantic City, N.J,
TITLE: Absecon Light House, Atlantic City, N.J.
POSTCARD ID: 61 86984
PUBLISHER: Published by Saltzburg’s Merchandise Co., Atlantic City, N.J.
POSTMARK: Atlantic City, N.J. JUN 19 1928
SEGUIN LIGHT, SEGUIN ISLAND, ME
TITLE: Seguin Light, Seguin Island, Me
POSTCARD ID: 4672
PUBLISHER: The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME., U.S.A.
Made in Germany
POSTMARK: Portland, ME NOV 1910
TITLE: Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, Bermuda
POSTCARD ID: None
POSTMARK: New York NY JUN 22, 1912
TITLE: LIGHT HOUSE, CAPE MAY POINT, N.J.
POSTCARD ID: 60724
PUBLISHER: Pub. by Ricker’s, Cape May, N.J.
POSTMARK: Cape May, NJ JUN 13, 1938
TITLE: The Hudson River
CAPTION: Lighthouse at Tarrytown, N.Y.
From high in the Adirondacks, the Hudson River flows south between mountainous beauty to the sea, skirting the Catskills of Rip Van Winkle fame, the majestic highlands surrounding West Point, Bear Mt. Park, and the sheer cliffs of the Palisades. From 1609 when Henry Hudson sailed the “Half Moon”, and Indians paddled birch bark canoes, to the great sloops with sails unfurled against the breeze, to Fulton’s Steamboat in 1807 to the present time, history and mystery which is so much a part of the River has been preserved in story and legend.
POSTCARD ID: 96437-B
PUBLISHER: Pub. by PENDOR NATURAL COLOR, Pearl River, N.Y.
POSTMARK: AUG 16, 195?