TITLE: Firing the Life-line At Atlantic City, N.J.
POSTCARD ID: 71-8
PUBLISHER: Illustrated Post Card
POSTMARK: Atlantic City, NJ AUG 13 1912
U.S. Life Saving Crew at Practice, using the Breeches Buoy.
TITLE: U.S. Life Saving Crew at Practice, Anglesea, N.J.
POSTCARD ID: 11456
PUBLISHER: Published by R.W. Ryan
POSTMARK: SEP 4 1908
TITLE: Barnegat Light, N.J.
CAPTION: On the northernmost tip of New Jersey’s Long Beach Island, proudly stands Barnegat Light, a historic monument to the past. This view of the famous light, greets you as you enter the public parking lot. “Old Barney” appears to have an honor guard comprised of “Old Glory” on its right and the flags of New Jersy and Long Beach Island to its left.
Color by Larry Snow
POSTCARD ID: BLT-26
PUBLISHER: Parlin Color Co., Inc * (201) 349-5584, Toms River, N.J. 08753
A Parco Card
POSTMARK: Written On – Not posted
Today’s lighthouse postcard takes us back to New Jersey, and this linen card view of Cape May Light.
Light House, Cape May Point, N.J.
POSTCARD ID: 60724
POSTMARK: None – Unused
Publisher: Pub. By Ricker’s, Cape May, N.J.
“TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS” REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC, BOSTON, MASS
“Old Barney” is today’s featured Lighthouse Postcard!
TITLE: AERIAL VIEW OF BARNEGAT LIGHT, N.J.
CAPTION: “Old Barney” is the affectionate name of travelers for Barnegat Lighthouse at the edge of the bay beyond the pinewood of of magic Long Beach Island. It stands at the watery mouth of Barnegat Bay, the most famous fishing and gunning bowl in America.
MESSAGE: Where the x’s are on picture we stood and fished – Pop- Pop caught a flounder. I caught one in a row boat right near here. We are having a swell time. Billy