c 1907 Coloured postcard of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat BROCKVILLE in theLong Sault Rapids of the Saint Lawrence River. This BROCKVILLE was launched as the COLUMBIAN in Chester, PA, 1892. She was renamed BROCKVILLE in 1904 and rebuilt and renamed RAPIDS QUEEN in 1909.
c 1907 Coloured postcard of the Niagara Navigation Company steamboat CHICORA on Lake Ontario "Niagara Navigation Coy.'s Steamer "Chicora"
Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
PostMarked "Toronto, Ont., 1:30 PM, 24 Jul 1908"
c1907 Coloured postcard of Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat KINGSTON. A small launch can be seen near the KINGSTON's paddlewheel. Postmarked "Kingston, Ont., 14 Jun 1915, 11 am" Reverse: "Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Montreal and Toronto Printed in Great Britain"
c 1907 Coloured postcard of Quebec City featuring the Citadel and the Chateau Frontenac. In the foreground in the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company terminal. Behind this are the offices of the Quebec Steamship Company and the Thibaugeau Frere's & Co. To the left is the Levis ferry SOUTH "Quebec....
c 1907 Coloured postcard of a moolit Port Hope harbour. One of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation steamboats is heavily lit up on the outside of the pier. A tugboat and barge (possibly carrying coal or dredge spoil is inside the pier. A third vessel, possibly a dredge is to the lower left. The...
c 1907 The small excursion steamboat ARUNDELL loading passengers at the wharf in Oswego around 1910. Divided back. Postmarked Oswego, NY, 4 July 1910, 10:30 a.m. "Steamboat Dock, Oswego, N. Y."
Reverse: " The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME,. U.S.A. Made in German 3948"
...Divided Back. Postmarked "Chicago, Ill., 20 Aug. 1907
c.1907 Passengers gather around three steamboats, including the ALETHA, on a festive day near Trenton Ont. The others may be the BROCKVILLE and VARUNA which served on the Bay of Quinte in the Quinte Navigation Company (and later Canada Steamship Lines) A divided back postcard. "A Gala Day near Trenton,...
...A undivided back postcard postmarked Toronto, Ont., 30 July 1907
and Wesley, Iowa, 1 Aug. 1907
c. 1907 A view of the steamboat LAKESIDE departing Port Dalhousie at the mouth of the Welland Canal for Toronto. The two light houses on the pier can be seen. A divided back post card "Str. "Lakeside" Leaving Port Dalhousie for Toronto, Canada"
Reverse: "Warwick Bro's & Rutter, Limited Toronto"
c1907 A coloured postcard of the steamboat SARONIC of the Northern Navigation Company's Lake Superior Division A coloured divided back postcard. "Northern Navigation Co.'s Steamer "Saronic," Lake Superior Division" "102,812"
Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto...
c. 1907 Black and white postcard of the steamboat MONARCH on the Saint Mary's River near Sault Sainte Marie. Three vacationers watch from a small boat. A black and white divided back postcard. "Sault Sainte Marie" "Steamer "Monarch" in the Soo River"
Reverse: "K.272 W. G. Macfarlane, Publishers, Toronto"
c. 1907 The flagship ASSINIBOIA of the Canada Pacific Railway Upper Lake Fleet in port at Owen Sound A coloured postcard with a divided back ""Assiniboia" at Owen Sound, Flagship of C.P.R. Upper Lake Fleet"
Reverse: "Published by Stedman Bros., Brantford, Canada. Made in Germany"
c. 1907 A coloured postcard of the steamboat BROCKVILLE among the Thousand Islands on the Saint Lawrence River in Ontario. A coloured postcard with a divided back. "Str. "Brockville" among the Thousand Islands" "St. Lawrence River, Canada."
Reverse: "Warwick Bro's & Rutter, Limited, Publishers, Toronto"
c. 1907 Coloured postcard of the Chatham Navigation Company steamboat CITY OF CHATHAM on the Thames River leaving Chatham with a view of the town in the background. The CITY OF CHATHAM was launched in 1888 and was rebuilt in 1908 and moved to the Pelee Island late that year. A coloured divided back...
c. 1907 A few people look out over Oakville harbour and the lighthouse to Lake Ontario while sitting in the park. A coloured divided back postcard. "Town Park, Oakville, Ont., Canada" "104,882"
Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto, Printed in Great Britain"
...Coloured postcard of the Lake Ontario & Bay of Quinte Navigation Company steamboat NORTH KING in Charlotte, New York about 1907
. The bow is painted with "Bay of Quinte Line"...
c 1907 Black and white real photo postcard of the steamboat CITY OF TORONTO Built in Owen Sound in 1895 for the North Shore Navigation Company. Moved to the Saint Lawrence River between Montreal and Cornwall before burning in 1914. "Entering the Harbor, Parry Sound, Ont." "Wm. Beattie & Son"
c1907 Tinted postcard of Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat CORSICAN shooting the Lachine Rapids of the Saint Lawrence River Divided back. Postmarked "Montreal, Canada 15 [Sep] 07" "Lachine Rapids"
Reverse: "Illustrated Post Card Co., Montreal 3032"
1907 Coloured postcard of the Niagara Navigation Company's steamboat CAYUGA off, what appears in the background to be, Toronto. She is flying the Stars and Stripes on the bow, the company house flag at the main mast and the blue ensign from the stern. Divided back
"Niagara Navigation Co.'s Steamer...