Whitefish Point Lighthouse Postcard 92134-5 86152-D (MI)

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CAPTION: The light, the oldest active on Lake Superior, began operating in 1849. Early stopping place for Indians, voyagers and Jesuit Missionaries, the point marks a course change for ships navigating this treacherous coastline to and from St. Mary's Canal. The station is now automated and operated from Sault Ste. Marie. Whitefish Point is a short scenic drive north of Paradise in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
PHOTO BY: John Penrod
SIZE: Continental Sized
PUBLISHED BY: ┬ęPenrod/Hiawatha ┬«Co.,
POSTCARD ID #: 92134-5 and 86152-D

Each postcard is sleeved in a clear 2mil sleeve made out of polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester. All of these materials have passed the Photo Activity Test (P.A.T.) certifying that they are safe for long-term storage.

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 22 July, 2018.

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