Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Mouth of Buffalo River, Buffalo, N.Y.
Description
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Item Type
Postcards
Description
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.
Inscriptions
"Mouth of Buffalo River, Buffalo, N.Y."
Handwritten: "Main Light and Lighthouse tender CROCUS lying at Buoy and supply depot on South Pier"
Reverse: "T.P. & Company N.Y. No. 3 Made in Germany"
Publisher
T.P. & Company
Place of Publication
Germany
Date of Original
c1908
Subject(s)
Collection
Edward Herman Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 42.8782106105523 Longitude: -78.8876295089722
Copyright Statement
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Contact
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Emailwalter@maritimehistoryofthegreatlakes.caWWW address
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Mouth of Buffalo River, Buffalo, N.Y.


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.