CAPTION: This light is located within sight of the north-eastern most tip of Long Island, between Orient Point and Plum Island. POSTCARD ID: L.I. 10 and 16718 PUBLISHER: Made by the Tomlin Art Company, Northport, Long Island POSTMARK: None, not used postally
TITLE: Beacon Light-House, Winter View, Oswego, N.Y. CAPTION: None POSTCARD ID: A-10459 PUBLISHER: Published by The Rochester News Company, Rochester, N.Y.
Leipzig, Berlin and Dresden. Germany POSTMARK: MAR 25, 1907
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?
TITLE: Light House and Hotel, Selkirk Beach, N.Y. CAPTION: None POSTCARD ID: 106991 PUBLISHER: Published by Joseph Heckle, Selkirk Beach, N.Y.,
Made in U.S.A. POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized, White Border, Divided Back Postcard
TITLE: Horton’s Point Lighthouse
Southold, Long Island, N.Y. CAPTION: For many years this aid to mariners warned ships of the dangerous rocks off Horton’s Point. Overlooking Long Island Sound, this picturesque landmark is a familiar sight to residents and an attraction to visitors. “VISIT HISTORIC SOUTHOLD”
Color Photo by Milt Price, Northport, NY POSTCARD ID: 5P77011 PUBLISHER: Reproduced in Natural Color by Tomlin Art Co., Northport, N.Y. POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard