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Color Postcard "Tashmoo at Docks, Port Huron, Mich." Postmarked Yale, Mich., July 4, 1914.

xxxx 3.5 x 5.5, postally used, light wear and creasing, corners worn. The Tashmoo, part of the White Star Line, had its maiden voyage in 1900. From Detroit it traveled as far north as Port Huron and as far south asToledo with stops in between to St. Clair Flats, Tashmoo Park, Hickory and Sugar Islands. Some of its famous passengers were Admiral Dewey and his bride and President Theodore Roosevelt. The good times continued aboard the Tashmoo until 1936 when it struck a submerged rock in the Sugar Island Channel. It was just able to make it to land and for its passengers to debark before it sank. Postcard published by The Acmegraph Co., Chicago, #10336. COMES WITH: Color Postcard "Dancing Pavillion, Tashmoo Park, St. Clair Flats, Mich." Detroit 1908. 3.5 x 5.5, postally used, creasing, soiling, small tears, worn corners. Written on card "Tashmoo Park, July 9. All at our excursion won 3 prizes. ? in races and one in tug of war. . . Published by the Wolverine News Co., Detroit, Mich., #715.


Book Id: 97-2072

Price: $25.00

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