TITLE: Weather Warning Signals CAPTION: EXPLANATION OF WARNING DISPLAYS
Effective Jan 1, 1958 SMALL CRAFT WARNINGS – Winds up to 33 knots (38 m.p.h.) and/or sea conditions dangerous to small craft operations are forecast for the area. GALE WARNINGS – Winds, ranging from 34 to 48 knots (39 to 54 m.p.h.) are forecast for the area. WHOLE GALE WARNINGS – Winds, ranging from 48 to 63 knots (55 to 73 m.p.h.) are forecast for the area. HURRICANE WARNINGS – Winds 64 knots (74 m.p.h._ and above are forecast for the area. POSTCARD ID: 39951 PUBLISHER: Copyrighted by Websters, 560-562 Main Street, Chatham, Mass., 1959 POSTMARK: None – Unused Standard Sized Postcard
CARD TITLE: CHATHAM LIGHT, CHATHAM, CAPE COD, MASS. CAPTION: A lighthouse built of brick by the United States Government stood on the edge of the bluff overlooking Chatham Bar, the tides and the rains undermined the cliff and the lighthouse fell into the sea. Then the present Light was built about 200 yards further inland, and electrically lighted. POSTCARD ID: 161 and 102625 PUBLISHER: E. D. WEST CO., SOUTH YARMOUTH, CAPE COD, MASS. POSTMARK: Harwich Port, MASS., AUG 19, 1936 MESSAGE: Harwich Port. Having a fine time and am enjoying the salt air. Hope you had a fine trip. Clara
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