TITLE: Beacon Light, Yarmouth, N.S.
POSTCARD ID: 105,616
PUBLISHER: The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd, Montreal and Toronto
POSTMARK: None, not used postally.
TITLE: TOURS OF TORONTO BY TROLLEY CAR
CAPTION: Large Peter Witt car No 2424 of the Toronto Transit Commission is pictured beside the Queen’s Wharf Lighthouse on Fleet St. The street car was in regular service from 1921 – 1963. It was subsequently acquired by the Halton County Radial Ry. Museum who loaned the car to the TTC in 1973 for special summer tour service. Toronto By Trolley Car now provides daily tours of downtown Toronto from late spring to early fall.
POSTCARD ID: 29120-D JBC-62 Photo — Ted Wickson
PUBLISHER: JBC Visuals, Toronto, Ontario
POSTMARK: None, not used postally
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TITLE: Aerial View of The Windmill
CAPTION: (Battle of the Windmill 1838) showing The Grain Elevators and THE SEAWAY SKYWAY, a few miles east of Prescott, Ontario
POSTCARD ID: C-24991
PUBLISHER: Rideau Air Photos, Seeleys Bay, Ont., Canada
POSTMARK: None, not used
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: 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.
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