The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Night and Day


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Night and Day
  
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1910-1919
  
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  • Steamer "Rochester" at Night
    Image       "Steamer "Rochester" at Night" "Souvo Chrome Superior Quality Post Card [SCPOC logo]
    Image     "Steamer "Rochester" at Night" "Souvo Chrome Superior Quality Post Card [SCPOC logo]
  • R. & O. Navigation Coy's Steamer, "Montreal"
    Image       "R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"; "103,015" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
    Image     "R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"; "103,015" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
  • Steamer "Rochester" on Lake Ontario
    Image       "Steamer "Rochester" on Lake Ontario"
    Image     "Steamer "Rochester" on Lake Ontario"
  • R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"
    Image       "R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"; "103,015" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
    Image     "R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"; "103,015" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
  • Steamer "Turbinia" nearing Toronto
    Image       "Steamer "Turbinia" nearing Toronto" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto, Printed in Great Britain"
    Image     "Steamer "Turbinia" nearing Toronto" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto, Printed in Great Britain"
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Night and Day


This is a collection of postcards where the original black and white photograph was coloured in different ways to be marketed as daytime and "moonlight" postcards.