Annisquam Light, Gloucester, Mass., 1904

Forgive me this trespass into Gloucester and out of Rockport, but this photograph of the Annisquam Light is so beautiful I could not resist the temptation. Here you see both the postcard and the original image on which it was based.

This 1904 postcard was published by the Detroit Photographic Co. A year later, as the company concentrated its business on postcards, it changed its name to Detroit Publishing Co.

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2 Responses to Annisquam Light, Gloucester, Mass., 1904

  1. Ann Kennedy says:

    Wow! What wonderful images. Thanks so much for all of your posts. As Missourians who love Cape Ann, this helps to keep us somehow connected.

  2. Pingback: A Cape Ann Fisherman and Dory, 1905 | Vintage Rockport

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