Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kincardine Harbor, Ont.
Description
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Item Type
Postcards
Description
Black and white postcard of Kincardine harbour. Three schooners lie on the outer pier. A steamer sits inside the harbour while a tug crosses the open harbour. In its wake is a small boat with two occupants.
Notes
Postmarked Kincardine, ON, 16 Feb 1907
Inscriptions
"Kincardine Harbor, Ont."
Reverse:
"Published by the Copp, Clark Co., Limited, Toronto"
Publisher
Copp, Clark Co., Limited
Place of Publication
Toronto, ON
Date of Original
c 1907
Dimensions
Width: 13.7 cm
Height: 8.8 cm
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.1767507538443 Longitude: -81.6387255198788
Copyright Statement
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Contact
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Kincardine Harbor, Ont.


Black and white postcard of Kincardine harbour. Three schooners lie on the outer pier. A steamer sits inside the harbour while a tug crosses the open harbour. In its wake is a small boat with two occupants.