The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Edward Herman Collection

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Leaving the Locks at the "Soo," Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Image  c1899  Coloured postcard of a lock at Sault Ste. Marie, MI with a laker just about to exit downbound. Leaving the Locks at the "Soo," Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 5145. Copyright 18899, by Detroit Photographic Co. Handwritten: "Your Leter at hand. With best regards Edward H."
Harbor Scene, Buffalo N.Y. 
Image  c1907  Coloured postcard of a busy harbour scene in Buffalo, New York in the early 1890s. The postcard probably dates from a decade later. In the foreground on the left hand side is the WILLIAM H. BARNUM of Buffalo which sank off Mackinaw City in the spring of 1894. At least eight other vessels are in...
Mouth of Buffalo River, Buffalo, N.Y. 
ImageMysteries  c1908  Coloured postcard of a laker steaming out of Buffalo harbor past the lighthouse into Lake Erie. According to the notes on the face of the postcard the lighthouse tender CROCUS is lying off the supply depot on the south pier. "Mouth of Buffalo River, Buffalo, N.Y." Handwritten: "Main Light and...
Water Front after the storm of Sunday, January 20th, 1907, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Image  1907  Coloured postcard of the HURLBUT W. SMITH and WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM on the beach near Michigan Street, Buffalo after the great storm of 20 January 1907 The SMITH and NOTTINGHAM were on the beach all winter before their salvage. "Water Front after the storm of Sunday, January 20th, 1907, Buffalo,...
Unloading lumber in the Twin Cities 
Image  c1912  Coloured postcard of the Edward Hines Lumber Co. steamboat L. L. BARTH unloading lumber into a barge.
Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland 
Image  c1919  Coloured postcard of the Cleveland and Buffalo line steamboat SEEANDBEE on Lake Erie. "Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland"
Jack Knife Bridge Buffalo, N. Y. 
ImageCommentsMysteries  c1906  Coloured postcard of a Great Lakes freighter steaming past the Michigan Street bridge in Buffalo harbor. Grain elevators, including the Kellogg, line the right bank. A tugboat lies on the left side of the channel "Jack Knife Bridge Buffalo, N. Y." Handwritten: "Best wishes from all. Alfred"
U. S. Ship Canal, St. Clair Flats 
ImageCommentsMysteries  c1914  Coloured postcard of a paddlewheeled passenger steamboat in the ship channel in the St. Clair flats. A small steam launch can be seen on the right bank of the channel.
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Edward Herman Collection