North Carolina Lighthouses

North Carolina Lighthouses - Front

North Carolina Lighthouses - Back

Year of Publication (Approximate): 2005

Preprinted Postcard Text (Front): North Carolina Lighthouses

Preprinted Postcard Text (Back): North Carolina Lighthouses - For centuries, lighthouses have been erected to protect ships and guide them safely away from low shoals. Each lighthouse has individual markings making it readily identifiable from a distance. Advancements in technology have made the lighthouses obsolete, but most are open to the tourists and visitors providing a historic view of times gone by.

Published By: APS, Inc. Web site: www.aps-1.com, 2511 South Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28203 (704) 333-5143

Postmark: Never Mailed

Postage: Never Mailed

Sent/Addressed To: Never Mailed

Postcard Acquired: December 23, 2005 from Southport, NC

Editor's Notes: We have included this card in our collection because it features the Oak Island Lighthouse, Bald Head Island Lighthouse and the Price's Creek Lighthouse.

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