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Viewing: Range lights

61 results found.

Image of A2004.017.300 - Negative, Sheet Film

A2004.017.300 - Negative, Sheet Film

Negative photograph bearing white typeset title "The Harbour, Lions Head, Ont. 5". Water extends to the horizon at centre and to the right. In the foreground a road leads down to the shore where the roofs of houses are visible. A harbour is formed by a breakwater running to the right and ending in a range light. There are buildings in the distance, centre left.

Image of A2004.017.302 - Negative, Sheet Film

A2004.017.302 - Negative, Sheet Film

Negative photograph bearing white typeset title "The Park, Lions Head, Ont. 7". In the foreground is the park area with young trees and stone barbecue, looking over the water to the breakwater and range light in the distance. Behind the range light is a wooded escarpment.

Image of A2004.017.304 - Negative, Sheet Film

A2004.017.304 - Negative, Sheet Film

Negative photograph (possibly made from taking a photograph of a postcard) bearing black typeset title: "The Harbour - Lion's Head, Bruce Peninsula 8". Taken from shore, the view is along the length of the breakwater on which is a building and a range light. By the docks are boats and parked cars. In the distance is a wooded escarpment. The inscription appears in the margin at bottom, not superimposed over the image.

Image of A2004.017.305 - Negative, Sheet Film

A2004.017.305 - Negative, Sheet Film

Negative photograph, created by taking a photograph of a postcard with black typeset title: "Aerial View - Lion's Head 9". Looking over the tops of trees in the foreground, the view shows a breakwater extending toward the camera and supporting a building and a range light. In the distance buildings line the shore.

Image of A2004.017.306 - Negative, Sheet Film

A2004.017.306 - Negative, Sheet Film

Negative photograph created by taking a photograph of a postcard bearing black typeset title: "Lighthouse and Dock - Lion's Head 1". Taken from the shore, this view looks over the water to the range light at the end of the breakwater. In the distance some buildings line the far shore. The inscription appears in the margin at bottom, not superimposed over the image. This appears to be a copy of an original negative.

Image of A2006.211.382 - Photograph

A2006.211.382 - Photograph

Reproduction photograph, with "Spring of 1943" written on reverse. Photograph features Southampton's Saugeen River harbour at the mouth of the Saugeen River as it enters Lake Huron. Taken from Southeast looking towards the range light on northwest pier.

Image of A2008.047.009 - Image, Digital

A2008.047.009 - Image, Digital

Digital reproduction of a photograph featuring the Chantry Island dock with range light at centre end. The view is from the end of the Long Dock, looking across the gap. There is a shed to the left of the range light, on the end of the dock, which curves away to the left toward the island. In the distance on the dock is a second shed.

Image of A2009.153.002 - Image, Digital

A2009.153.002 - Image, Digital

Digital image of a coloured postcard featuring the Kincardine harbour. Two piers are visible, along with a range light, two boats and people walking on the pier. Other buildings are visible in the background. Printed below the image is "Harbor View, Kincardine, Ont."

Image of A2011.018.006 - Oliphant - 100 years

A2011.018.006 - Oliphant - 100 years

Includes family stories, many pictures and interesting details about the development of both the settlement of Oliphant and the Oliphant Campers' Church, details about various islands and property owners, list of ministers, musicians and missionaries as well. Names have been recorded in this record if under image captions and family/property history nameplates.

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A2012.032.016 - Great Lakes lighthouses encyclopedia

This full-colour encyclopedia features more that 650 lighthouses located on both the American and the Canadian sides of all five Great Lakes. Lighthouses and their stunning Great Lakes locations are showcased, and their rich history and significance is explained.

Image of A2014.008.0361 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0361 - Postcard, Picture

The image on this postcard features of a black and white photo of a passenger steamer docked at a pier, bearing the words "MANITOULIN, Owen Sound" on the stern. The card bears the title in black typeset: "Manitoulin at Pier, Kincardine, Ont. Canada." There are many people walking along the pier, and the rear range Kincardine lighthouse is visible in the background. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0362 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0362 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized postcard features a picture of a wharf / pier with Kincardine's front range light at its end, with buildings in the foreground. The card bears the title in black typeset: "Wharf Scene, Kincardine." On the reverse is a handwritten message addressed to Miss Marge Davison, Lucknow, from Cassie Bell, postmarked Kincardine Ont. MY 22 1908. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0365 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0365 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized postcard features a picture of a steamboat bearing the name "Arabian" docked at one of Kincardine's piers, next to a range light tower. The card bears the title in mauve typeset: "Kincardine Docks." On the reverse is a postmark of Wingham ON JUN 1 1908. It is addressed to Mrs. E.W. Orvis, Wingham, Ont. and the handwritten message is from Belli. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0370 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0370 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized postcard features a picture of men fishing off a wharf bearing Kincardine's pierhead light tower. Kincardine rear range light / Kincardine lighthouse is visible in the background. The card bears a red typeset title: "Fishing at Kincardine, Ont., Canada". On the reverse is an illegible postmark however there is a handwritten date of 24/11/10. A handwritten message is addressed to Miss Louise Stewart, 417 Barton St. E., Hamilton, Ont. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0377 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0377 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized postcard features a picture of a steamboat docked at Kincardine wharf with range light tower / north pierhead light, taken from the shoreline. The card bears the title in red typeset: "Lake Front, Kincardine, Ont." On the reverse is a postmark of Kincardine Ont. 07 02 1907 and a message addressed to Miss Maye Davison, Lucknow ,Ont. from Cassie. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0378 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0378 - Postcard, Picture

The image on this postcard features large wooden squared forms / structures along a lake shoreline. The card bears the title in white handprint: "The Harbour, Kincardine, Ont." The pierhead range light is in the distance, and the view appears to be facing south. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0382 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0382 - Postcard, Picture

The image on this postcard features a black and white photo of a sunset. The card bears the title in black typeset: "Sunset, Lake Huron, Kincardine, Ontario, Canada." On the reverse is a postmark of Kincardine Ontario AUG 18 1926, with a message addressed to Miss Belle McKinnon, Walkerton. Ontario. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0383 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0383 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized postcard features a picture of the sun shining through a cloudy sky, tinged with pink at the waterline, over a shadowed pier and a lake. The Kincardine pierhead range light is at the tip of the pier. The card bears a black typeset title: "Lake Huron, Kincardine, Ont., Canada". On the reverse is a hand-written message addressed to Miss E. Price, Arkona, Ont., from R. Guest, postmarked Kincardine ONT AU 26 1933. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0384 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0384 - Postcard, Picture

This postcard features a photographic image of a tree in the foreground, and Lake Huron, Kincardine pier and the pierhead range lighthouse in the background. The card bears a white handprint title:"Lake Huron Kincardine". A stamp and an illegible postmark can be found on the front of the card. On the reverse, a handwritten note is addressed to Mrs. R.W. Menzies, Owen Sound, Ont. from Bert. The written message includes the heading of "Kincardine, June 14/21". This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0386 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0386 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized postcard features a picture of Kincardine Harbour on Lake Huron, which includes silos, Huron Terrace bridge, pier with tower range light and Kincardine rear range lighthouse. The card bears a black typeset title: "Kincardine Harbor". On the reverse is a handwritten message addressed to Mrs.Gerald Ballard, Apt. 1 2044, Esplanade Ave., Montreal Q., from Gerald. It is postmarked Kincardine ONT. JUN 25 1923. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0388 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0388 - Postcard, Picture

This postcard features an image of a couple of boats docked in a harbour. The steamship in the foreground is named Donald Mac. Kincardine lighthouse (rear range light) is in the background. The card bears the title in white handprint: "Harbour Scene, Kincardine, Ontario." On the reverse is a stamp and a handwritten note to Dorothy. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0389 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0389 - Postcard, Picture

The image on this postcard features a Kincardine harbour scene, including the top of Kincardine rear range lighthouse and Huron Terrace Bridge. The card bears the title in black typeset: "General View of Harbor, Kincardine, Ontario." On the reverse is a handwritten note addressed to Mrs. C. M. Scott, 343 Stewart St., Peterborough, Ontario, from Andrew L. The postmark is illegible except for 1933 and in the note there is the address of R.R. #3, Kincardine, Ont. F. H. Leslie Limited, Niagara Falls publisher. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.0393 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.0393 - Postcard, Picture

This postcard features a photographic image of the exterior of Kincardine lighthouse. The photo takes up two-thirds of the front of the card; on the bottom of the card is a handwritten title in black ink: "Inside Lighthouse Kincardine". On the reverse are two postmarks and one of them is dated NO 12 Desboro and the other is NO 11 1907. A handwritten message is addressed to Miss Verna Hiles, Londesboro, Ontario." This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.1001 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.1001 - Postcard, Picture

This post card, entitled "Harbor of Refuge, Southampton," features the harbour of refuge and long dock, with no life saving station. The gap between island dock with range light and long dock is visible in the distance and there are logs and a small wooden building in the foreground. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

Image of A2014.008.1004 - Postcard, Picture

A2014.008.1004 - Postcard, Picture

This colourized post card features a view of the mouth of Saugeen River, Southampton, from just around a bend in the river. High river banks are depicted, along with a couple of buildings on both sides of the river. The river range light is visible in the distance. The card bears a title in black typeset at bottom left: "Saugeen River, Southampton, Ont., Canada". On the reverse, a handwritten message is addressed to Crossley Krug, Chesley, Ont. from Bert. It is postmarked Southampton AU 12 1910. This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).