TITLE: Portland Lightship CAPTION: Portland Lightship maintains its lonely vigil off Portland Harbor, Maine. Anchored in 150 ft. of water, this lightship with its 13,000 candlepower light has provided aid to mariners since 1903.
Aerial Photo by Don Sieburg POSTCARD ID: M-1729 & P41935 PUBLISHER: Distributed by Eastern Illustrating Co., New London, N.H. POSTMARK: None – Unused/Unposted
TITLE: Ram Island Ledge L.H. CAPTION: RAM ISLAND LEDGE L.H., built in 1905 on the north side of the entrance to Portland Harbor, has a flashing white light 77 feet above water. Aerial photo by A.D. Phillips POSTCARD ID: 422 and 121311 PUBLISHER: Pub. by Augustus D. Phillips & Son, Northeast Harbor, Maine, U.S.A. POSTMARK: None – Unused Standard Sized Postcard
TITLE: Portland Head Light CAPTION: First Light House Erected By The United States of America
Portland Headlight – The first established beacon light upon the New England coast, lighted for the first time January 10, 1791 – The first light keeper was appointed by George Washington. Portland Head, on which the light is situated, gave the name to the city of Portland. POSTCARD ID: 7C-K1857 PUBLISHER: Portland News Co., Portland, Maine
Curteichcolor® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. U.S.A. Pat. Ofc.) POSTMARK: None – Unused Standard Sized Postcard
TITLE: Two Lights and Cape Elizabeth Life Saving Station, Portland Harbor, Maine CAPTION: NONE POSTCARD ID: 46 & 134024 PUBLISHER: Pub. by Chisholm Bros., Portland, ME. POSTMARK: Unused Standard Sized Postcard
TITLE: The Spring Point Ledge Light House, Guarding Portland Harbor, Maine POSTCARD ID: D-8 & 25838 PUBLISHER: Published by Portland Candy Co., Portland, Me.
Colorcraft-Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. POSTMARK: None – Postcard is Unused
TITLE: Portland Head Light by Night, Casco Bay, Portland, Maine POSTCARD ID: 101 and 4A-H2170 POSTMARK: Portland Maine JUL 8 1954 3PM PUBLISHER: Portland News Co., Portland, Maine
GENUINE CURTEICH CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD (REG. U.S. PAT. OFF.) MESSAGE: Dear Mrs. Hunter – Mary and I are enjoying Portland and the Eastend, as usual. I hope you are well. Yours, Hattie B. ????? July 8 /54