Streckfus Steamers Incorporated
Title:
Streckfus Steamers Incorporated
St. Louis Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
The new million-dollar S.S. President on the Mississippi.


Mississippi River Packet
Title:
Mississippi River Packet
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back unused



A Sternwheeler on the River
Title:
A Sternwheeler on the River
Divided Back


Inquirer, the Fast Motorboat, Rockport, Ind. to Greensburg, Ky.
Title:
Inquirer, the Fast Motorboat, Rockport, Ind. to Greensburg, Ky.
Divided Back unused



California Transportation Co.'s Palatial Steamer "Fort Sutter"
Title:
California Transportation Co.'s Palatial Steamer "Fort Sutter"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Operating between San Francisco and Sacramento


Cocktail Lounge Aboard the River Queen
Title:
Cocktail Lounge Aboard the River Queen
Bradenton Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
RIVER QUEEN Historic Sternwheeler "On The River" Bradenton, Florida Mid-Victorian splendor in the cocktail lounge--a feature of this famous "movie queen", open daily as a tourist attraction and fine restaurant.



Excursion Boats on the Rhine
Title:
Excursion Boats on the Rhine
Real Photo unused


On the Caloosahatchee River
Title:
On the Caloosahatchee River
Florida (FL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jun-28



Original Wisconsin Ducks
Title:
Original Wisconsin Ducks
Chrome unused

Description:
Tony Beckett Pilot and Tour Guide of Salerno.


Soo Line "City of Chatham", St. Joe Island
Title:
Soo Line "City of Chatham", St. Joe Island
Real Photo unused



Levee Scene
Title:
Levee Scene
Cape Girardeau Missouri (MO), Divided Back unused


Gordon Green River Boat
Title:
Gordon Green River Boat
Marietta Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



S.S. Delta Queen
Title:
S.S. Delta Queen
Real Photo unused


Gray Line Sightseer
Title:
Gray Line Sightseer
Chrome unused

Description:
Gray Line Sightseer passing through U. S. Government Locks, second largest locks in the world. The locks make it possible for large ships to come into the heart of the city to Lake Union and Lake Washington as well as bringing the small craft into a snug harbor.



Pit River Bridge Over Shasta Lake
Title:
Pit River Bridge Over Shasta Lake
Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Crete The upper level is for automobile traffic - the lower level for the railroads. In the foreground lies the Boat Harbor of Bridge Bay - a popular summer resort.


World's Largest Lumber Shipping Port
Title:
World's Largest Lumber Shipping Port
Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Ships call a Coos Bay and North Bend docks to load lumber for world markets. This port is located 200 miles south of the Columbia River in Southwestern Oregon.



Mississippi Packet Steamer
Title:
Mississippi Packet Steamer
Real Photo

Description:
Passing under suspension bridge between Marquette, Iowa and Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.


Riverboat with Ramps Down
Title:
Riverboat with Ramps Down
Real Photo PM 1910 Oct-5



Riverboat at Dock
Title:
Riverboat at Dock
Real Photo


Tour Boat on River
Title:
Tour Boat on River
Real Photo PM 1913 Sep-2



Steamer G.W. Hill on Mississippi River
Title:
Steamer G.W. Hill on Mississippi River
Divided Back


Aix-Les-Bains
Title:
Aix-Les-Bains
Divided Back unused

Description:
La Plus Belle Series 2947 Le Grand Port - Depart du Bateau pour le Tour du Lac - Au fond, le Mont Corsuet.



Excursion Boat J S on Mississippi River
Title:
Excursion Boat J S on Mississippi River
Divided Back PM 191-21


S. S. "La Marguerite", Llandudno
Title:
S. S. "La Marguerite", Llandudno
Real Photo

Description:
Hunt's Real Photo Process



Wharf - Cumberland River
Title:
Wharf - Cumberland River
Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
Steamboats docked at wharf, bridge in background.


The S.S. Sprague
Title:
The S.S. Sprague
Chrome unused

Description:
ES-N-Len One of the fine old river boats which plied the Mississippi River between cities for many years.



Captain Clark's Showboat
Title:
Captain Clark's Showboat
Chrome unused

Description:
With its 400 passenger capacity, is the fleet leader of the Clark Boat Line.. the largest and best equipped group of fishing and excursion boats on the Texas coast. Facilities include seasonal air-conditioning, red carpeting throughout, two enclosed decks, taped music, two dance floors and snack bar.


S. S. "Delta Queen" - Greene Line Steamers
Title:
S. S. "Delta Queen" - Greene Line Steamers
Chrome unused



Mississippi River Boat Landing
Title:
Mississippi River Boat Landing
Clinton Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


S.S. Albany - Hudson River Day Line
Title:
S.S. Albany - Hudson River Day Line
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Title:
Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Divided Back


Rhine Steamer "Borussia"
Title:
Rhine Steamer "Borussia"
PM 1908 Aug-04



Schnelldampfer "Barbarosa"
Title:
Schnelldampfer "Barbarosa"
unused

Description:
der Koln-Dusseldorfer Rhein-Dampferschiffahrt [Fast Steamer "Barbarosa" of the Cologne - Dusseldorf Rhein- Steamer Line]


Steam Launch "Oxford"
Title:
Steam Launch "Oxford"
PM 1942 Aug-29

Description:
Oxford and Kingston River Thames Steamers.



Rhine River Steamer
Title:
Rhine River Steamer
unused


The Clipper Crew
Title:
The Clipper Crew
Chrome unused

Description:
Rich Hellenbrand, Mike Baumgartner, Greg Gedderly & Tom Fedderly.



Photo of riverboat named EMELINE
Title:
Photo of riverboat named EMELINE
Divided Back

Description:
Series 59042


S.S. "Delta Queen" in Ohio River Lock
Title:
S.S. "Delta Queen" in Ohio River Lock
Real Photo unused



Hudson River Line, Edgewater
Title:
Hudson River Line, Edgewater
Real Photo PM 1904 Nov-5


Philadelphia's New, Modern Streamlined Excursion Boat
Title:
Philadelphia's New, Modern Streamlined Excursion Boat
Philadelphia Pennsylvania (PA), White Border

Description:
S. S. Liberty Belle, America's first streamlined luxury boat, now operating on Delaware River between Philadelphia, Chester, Pennsgrove, Wilmington and Riverview Beach Park.



New River Queen - MIssissippi River Stern Wheeler
Title:
New River Queen - MIssissippi River Stern Wheeler
Chrome unused


A Nebraska Ferry Boat
Title:
A Nebraska Ferry Boat
Niobrara Nebraska (NE), Chrome unused

Description:
At the head of the Lewis & Clark Lake, the "Sally Ann" is the only paddle wheel ferry boat left on the Missouri River. It connects Highway 12 and 14 at Niobrara, Nebraska with South Dakota Highway 37 at Running Water. Season: April 1 to November 1.



W.P. Snyder Jr.
Title:
W.P. Snyder Jr.
Chrome unused

Description:
Visit one of the last of the Mark Twain Era Steamboats anchored at Marietta, Ohio in the picturesque Muskingum River at the foot of Sacra Via Park. The W.P. Snyder, Jr., is open to the public daily from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. with a nominal admission charge of 25c for adults and 15c for children. School groups of 20 or less are charged a nominal fee of $1.00 per group.


River Queen
Title:
River Queen
Chrome

Description:
On the Mississippi across from Hannibal, Mo., last of the famous old stern-wheel River Packets! Open daily for conducted tours from Engine Room to Pilot House. Lavishly furnished, the "River Queen" features museum, dining room, cocktail lounge...all reminders of the Golden Age of River Steamboating.



Captain Ernest E. Wagner and the Steamboat Delta Queen
Title:
Captain Ernest E. Wagner and the Steamboat Delta Queen
Chrome unused

Description:
Lou Douthat Two winners. Captain Ernest E. Wagner, river veteran master, and the steamboat Delta Queen triumphant in taking the "gilded horns" (trophy signifying supremacy on the inland rivers). Derby Festival race on the Ohio River from the Louisville levee. Greene Line Steamers, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio.


The Alaska Riverboat "Discovery"
Title:
The Alaska Riverboat "Discovery"
Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
on Chena River, Alaska



Packet Boat Between Pittsburg and McKeesport
Title:
Packet Boat Between Pittsburg and McKeesport
Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-5

Description:
Packet boat "Edgar Cherry"


Merrimac River
Title:
Merrimac River
Manchester New Hampshire (NH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Tugs Dornbos and Gunderson Bucking Ice Jam in Grand River
Title:
Tugs Dornbos and Gunderson Bucking Ice Jam in Grand River
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The Princess Issena Rounding into Landing on Upper Tomoka
Title:
The Princess Issena Rounding into Landing on Upper Tomoka
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Levee
Title:
Levee
St. Louis Missouri (MO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-11


Delightful Steamboat Ride on the Ohio River
Title:
Delightful Steamboat Ride on the Ohio River
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Scene on Rocky River
Title:
Scene on Rocky River
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


"Catskill Evening Lines"
Title:
"Catskill Evening Lines"
New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1912 Jun-17

Description:
Between New York, Catskill, Hudson, Coxsackie and Immediate Landings. Leave pier 42 North River, foot Christopher St., daily, except Sunday, 6:30 pm.



Excursion Steamer "Alton" on Mississippi River
Title:
Excursion Steamer "Alton" on Mississippi River
Divided Back PM Oct-16


House Boating on the Miami River
Title:
House Boating on the Miami River
Florida (FL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Hudson Navigation Company "Peoples Line"
Title:
Hudson Navigation Company "Peoples Line"
New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
Between Albany and New York.


Towing on the Hudson
Title:
Towing on the Hudson
Hudson River New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back)



USM Steamer Bielman
Title:
USM Steamer Bielman
Divided Back unused

Description:
US Marine Postal Service.


Belle of Brattleboro
Title:
Belle of Brattleboro
Chrome

Description:
Cruising the Beautiful Connecticut River - 49 Passengers - USGG Licensed and Inspected - 47'Long - 14'Beam - 6Ton Displacement



Gasoline river boat "Telegraph" ascending Stikine River
Title:
Gasoline river boat "Telegraph" ascending Stikine River
Divided Back unused


Riverboat Going Under a Bridge
Title:
Riverboat Going Under a Bridge
Real Photo unused



Scene on Ohio River - Riverboat
Title:
Scene on Ohio River - Riverboat
Marietta Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused


Block Island paddlewheeler
Title:
Block Island paddlewheeler
Divided Back unused



Good old summer time on the Shrewsbury River
Title:
Good old summer time on the Shrewsbury River
New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused


Aerial View of "Charles A. Dunning"
Title:
Aerial View of "Charles A. Dunning"
Real Photo unused



Thomas Ryan, Riverview Line Guide - Viking
Title:
Thomas Ryan, Riverview Line Guide - Viking
Real Photo unused


The "City of Warsaw" on Winona Lake, Indiana
Title:
The "City of Warsaw" on Winona Lake, Indiana
Divided Back unused

Description:
Evening, Winona Lake, Ind



Göta Kanal. Kanalidyll
Title:
Göta Kanal. Kanalidyll
Continental Chrome

Description:
'Götaland' boat


Coal junks on the Siang River
Title:
Coal junks on the Siang River
unused



Down Upon the Mississippi
Title:
Down Upon the Mississippi
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The packets plying the Mississippi River measure 50 feet from keel to root of upper cabin; their average length is 250 feet, with a carrying capacity of a thousand tons. The main deck is occupied by boilers, machinery and freight; above, is the saloon with commodious staterooms, while a third story contains the officers' quarters. 136 landings are made between Memphis and New Orleans


Photo of Riverboat S.S. Delta Queen
Title:
Photo of Riverboat S.S. Delta Queen
Real Photo unused



Str. "Mt. Washington", Wiers
Title:
Str. "Mt. Washington"
Wiers New Hampshire (NH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-4

Description:
Landing at Lake Winnipesaukee


A pontoon bridge on the Karun River open to allow native craft to pass
Title:
A pontoon bridge on the Karun River open to allow native craft to pass
unused

Description:
(27) Printed and published by the Times Press, Bombay



Group of St. John River Steamboats
Title:
Group of St. John River Steamboats
Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 2758


"Belle Boyd" Riverview Boat Line
Title:
"Belle Boyd" Riverview Boat Line
Real Photo unused



At Stand Rock Landing, Riverview Boat Line
Title:
At Stand Rock Landing, Riverview Boat Line
Real Photo unused


New York as Seen from Fall River Line Boats
Title:
New York as Seen from Fall River Line Boats
unused

Description:
Priscilla Leaving Pier at New York Statue of Liberty



City Dock, Bayfield, Wisconsin
Title:
City Dock, Bayfield, Wisconsin
unused


Kaaterskill, Passing Four Mile Point on the Hudson
Title:
Kaaterskill, Passing Four Mile Point on the Hudson
New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Coney Island Island Queen on Ohio River
Title:
Coney Island Island Queen on Ohio River
Divided Back


Typical Mississippi River Steamboat
Title:
Typical Mississippi River Steamboat
Divided Back unused



Paddleboat Cincinnati
Title:
Paddleboat Cincinnati
Real Photo PM Feb-5


S.S. Emperor
Title:
S.S. Emperor
Real Photo unused



Ships and Railroad Cars at a Dock
Title:
Ships and Railroad Cars at a Dock
Real Photo unused


Passau, Oberhaus mit Donaudampfer
Title:
Passau, Oberhaus mit Donaudampfer
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1



Broek in Waterland
Title:
Broek in Waterland
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 10 23832


Boats at Harbor
Title:
Boats at Harbor
Amsterdam, Divided Back unused



Steamer Mt. Washington
Title:
Steamer Mt. Washington
Linen unused

Description:
Series 4A-H234 Lake Winnipesaukee, NH


SS Town of Hull
Title:
SS Town of Hull
Linen PM 1937 Aug-19

Description:
The Town of Hull is the newest steamer on the Nantasket-Boston Steamboat Company and is the largest excursion ship in Boston Harbor with accommodations for 2,100 passengers. Rowes Wharf, Boston to Pemberton and Nantasket Beach, Mass



Koln-Dusseldorfer Rheindampfschiffahrt
Title:
Koln-Dusseldorfer Rheindampfschiffahrt
Divided Back unused


Str. Hendrick Hudson of the Hudson River Day Line
Title:
Str. Hendrick Hudson of the Hudson River Day Line
Divided Back PM 1922 Aug-2



The Miss 7-Up
Title:
The Miss 7-Up
Chrome PM 1964 Jul-5

Description:
The MISS 7-UP makes her way up the Arkansas River piloted by Captain Joe Branham, 7-Up Bottling Company president, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Miss 7-Up is the first boat to attempt this voyage. She is 48 feet long, 16 feet wide and draws approximately 14 inches of water


Finnish Silver Line
Title:
Finnish Silver Line
Continental Chrome PM 1953 Sep-5



M.S. Nederland
Title:
M.S. Nederland
Continental Chrome PM 1969


Paddleboat on River
Title:
Paddleboat on River
Real Photo



Southern Belle Showboat
Title:
Southern Belle Showboat
Chrome PM 1965 Feb-25

Description:
CAPT. AL STARTS Southern Belle Showboat (Brand New) OLD-FASHIONED MISSISSIPPI-RIVER STERN-WHEELER Luxury Unexcelled - Fun Galore - Fabulous sightseeing through Tropical Wonderland CELEBRATED BAR-B-Q CRUISE - 7 p. m. nightly Abundance of Really Enjoyable Food...Singing, Dancing and Exciting Gay-Nineties Show. (Strictly wholesome.) 3 hours of Highest Quality Entertainment. Positively no intoxicants allowed Daytime Cruises - Charters - Parties Arranged Reservations a must - LOgan 4-7944 2 blocks south Oakland Park Beach Bridge - East side of Intracoastal Waterway (just West of A1A), FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA


Hartford's "Dolly Madison"
Title:
Hartford's "Dolly Madison"
Chrome

Description:
Cruising the Connecticut, America's most beautiful and history-rich River, in leisurely relaxation. Three trips per day or all day. Riverboat Inc. 159 Wethersfield Ave., Hartford, Conn. Tel: 203-246-4432



Lilly Glasier
Title:
Lilly Glasier
Real Photo


Riverboats on River
Title:
Riverboats on River
Real Photo unused



D. J. Purdy St. John River
Title:
D. J. Purdy St. John River
New Brunswick (NB), Real Photo


Relaxing on the River
Title:
Relaxing on the River
Jumbo/Large Format unused



Cruising Down the River Aboard "Victory II" With Castillo de San Marcos in Background
Title:
Cruising Down the River Aboard "Victory II" With Castillo de San Marcos in Background
St. Augustine Florida (FL), Linen unused

Description:
TAKE A BOAT RIDE Conducted Scenic and Historical Cruise of St. Augustine Waterfront and beautiful Matanzas Bay, featuring 75 Points of Interest, aboard the 64 ft. Pleasure-boat "Victory II". This trip shows: Nation's Oldest City from North, South, East and West; Matanzas Bay, North River, San Sebastian River and Atlantic Ocean; Five Islands and Two Inlets; Castillo de San Marcos; Oyster Beds and Salt Marshes; Wild Sea-Fowl and Porpoises; Numerous Waterfront Hotels and Homes, and other Points of Interest. Cruises start from Usina's Bay St. Municipal Dock, where Fares and Schedule may be found. For further information Phone 824-1806 or write to Capt. Francis E. Usina, Box 301, St. Augustine, Fla


Loading Cotton into Ship's Hold
Title:
Loading Cotton into Ship's Hold
Divided Back



Steamer "Tutshi" W.P.V.R
Title:
Steamer "Tutshi" W.P.V.R
Carcross Yukon (YT), Real Photo unused


Pera & G=al
Title:
Pera & G=al
unused



Gota Kanal vid Forsvik
Title:
Gota Kanal vid Forsvik
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-28


A Mississippi Steamboat
Title:
A Mississippi Steamboat
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jun-27

Description:
Saint Paul Line



Coal Barge on the Monongahela, River
Title:
Coal Barge on the Monongahela, River
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 May-18


Dubuque - One of the Diamond Jo Line Steamers
Title:
Dubuque - One of the Diamond Jo Line Steamers
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Between St. Louis and St. Paul



Island Queen
Title:
Island Queen
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Apr-18


Wharf Scene from Bridge
Title:
Wharf Scene from Bridge
St. Louis Missouri (MO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jan-1



House Boating on the Miami River
Title:
House Boating on the Miami River
Miami Florida (FL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The River Queen
Title:
The River Queen
Chrome unused

Description:
A picturesque paddle wheel cruise boat operating on the world-famous Au Sable River between Five Channels Dam and Lumbermen's Monument, Huron National Forest, near East Tawas and Oscoda, Michigan



Steamer Idaho Leaving Saint Joe River
Title:
Steamer Idaho Leaving Saint Joe River
Idaho (ID), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-7


Riverboat on the Tahquamenon River to Falls
Title:
Riverboat on the Tahquamenon River to Falls
Michigan (MI), Real Photo



Paddleboat on the river
Title:
Paddleboat on the river
Real Photo


Riverboat Docked with Building in the Background
Title:
Riverboat Docked with Building in the Background
Real Photo



A Riverboat on Land
Title:
A Riverboat on Land
Real Photo PM 1907 Jan-10


A Mississippi Packet Str
Title:
A Mississippi Packet Str
Real Photo PM 1948 Oct-18

Description:
Passing under suspension bridge between Marquette, Iowa & Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin



People Standing in Line for a Boat
Title:
People Standing in Line for a Boat
Real Photo


The Mississippe River Excursion Liner S.S. President
Title:
The Mississippe River Excursion Liner S.S. President
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused



S. S. Alberta at Riverside Park
Title:
S. S. Alberta at Riverside Park
Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-19


Dilwara passant le canal
Title:
Dilwara passant le canal
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Yachts Among the Thousand Islands
Title:
Yachts Among the Thousand Islands
Divided Back

Description:
In all the World no trip like this!


View of Columbia River
Title:
View of Columbia River
Divided Back



N.N. Co's River Packet, "Hannah"
Title:
N.N. Co's River Packet, "Hannah"
Divided Back unused


Steamer David Swain
Title:
Steamer David Swain
Peoria Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-31



Scotland yard and Whitehall court from Westminster bridge, London
Title:
Scotland yard and Whitehall court from Westminster bridge, London
Divided Back unused

Description:
Scotland Yard is a short street in London, near Trafalgar street. Here formerly were the headquarters of the London police, now removed to new Scotland Yards on the Thames embankment. Westminster bridge crosses the river at the north end of the House of Parliament. It has seven elliptical arches of wrought and cast iron


Excursion Boat "W. W." on Mississippi RIver
Title:
Excursion Boat "W. W." on Mississippi RIver
Mississippi (MS), Divided Back unused



Excursion Steamer "J.S." Landing Passengers
Title:
Excursion Steamer "J.S." Landing Passengers
Divided Back


Steamer "Dubuque"
Title:
Steamer "Dubuque"
Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-29



Steamer "Senator Cordill" on Mississippi River
Title:
Steamer "Senator Cordill" on Mississippi River
Divided Back PM 1911 Jun-28


Steamer "W.W." on the Mississippi
Title:
Steamer "W.W." on the Mississippi
Divided Back unused



Steamer Quincy
Title:
Steamer Quincy
Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-30


Steamer Quincy on Mississippi River
Title:
Steamer Quincy on Mississippi River
Divided Back PM 1914 Feb-21



Delaware Belle
Title:
Delaware Belle
Linen unused

Description:
New and ultra modern Delaware River excursion vessel; America's newest diesel propelled excursion vessel just added to the Wilson Line fleet on the Delaware River


Seeweewana and Dancewana cruise boats
Title:
Seeweewana and Dancewana cruise boats
Coeur D'Alene Idaho (ID), Chrome PM 1970 Jun-23

Description:
Seeweewana and Dancewana cruising on beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene and shadowy St. Joe River. Regular passenger and charter cruises. Finney Transportation Co. Capt. John F. Finney, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho



Typical Mississippi River Steamboat
Title:
Typical Mississippi River Steamboat
Divided Back unused


Restaruant Ship "Cabrillo" Venice, Cal
Title:
Restaruant Ship "Cabrillo" Venice, Cal
Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-12

Description:
on the road of a thousand wonders Series F206



Magnum River Queen
Title:
Magnum River Queen
Maine (ME), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 2300, 105884 Boothbay Harbor to Bath, Maine. Bar aboard. Capt. Ransom P. Kelley


Steamers Bailey Gatzert And Dalles In Columbia River
Title:
Steamers Bailey Gatzert And Dalles In Columbia River
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3276



Chicago River Rush Street Bridge
Title:
Chicago River Rush Street Bridge
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Sep-28

Description:
Series 442


Riverboat Luella Belle
Title:
Riverboat Luella Belle
Chicago Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 5327B
150 passenger steel, diesel powered boat. One-and-a-half-hour public cruise daily at 2 P.M. Sun. and Holidays 2 P.M. & 4 P.M. Other hours open for private sightseeing and party trips for adult or children's groups. Phone 233-0451. Docks at Sunset Harbor 13400 So. Torrence Ave. on the Calumet River. Coast Guard inspected, licensed personnel



Reuben E. Lee Restaurant
Title:
Reuben E. Lee Restaurant
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series D-288 A pleasant adventure in dining awaits all who board the decks of this graceful river boat. It is located at the east end of Harbor Island in San Diego Bay


Sandbar Wilderness
Title:
Sandbar Wilderness
Chrome PM 1970 Aug-16

Description:
Sandbar Wilderness of 3,000,000 acres lies at Memphis front doorstep. The Memphis Queen II lands its passengers on an island beach or riverbank shore as part of every day daily cruise on Ol' Man River.



St. Louis Riverfront
Title:
St. Louis Riverfront
Chrome unused

Description:
Excursion steamer Admiral is at left, following by Golden Rod Showboat, Becky Thatcher and the last one is the Huck Finn. Bridges in the background are Ead: (closest) and Veterans.


Hudson River Dayline Steamer Robert Fulton
Title:
Hudson River Dayline Steamer Robert Fulton
Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-20

Description:
The "Robert Fluton" constructed at the great works of the New York Shipbuilding Co. at Camden, N. J. for the Hudson River Day Line service between New York and Albany will go in commission on May 29, 1909. It is 348 feet in length with a beam of 76 feet, and has a capacity of 4000 passengers, Built, asfar as practicable, entirely of steel, glass, and asbestolith, with metaltrim, this steamer is almost absolutely fire proof and with its sumptuous decorations makes a worthy and beautiful memorial to the great engineer whose name she bears, and an adornment to the beautiful river he loved so well.



Ice-Covered Boat and Warf
Title:
Ice-Covered Boat and Warf
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Riverboat Robert E. Lee
Title:
Riverboat Robert E. Lee
North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
One of Lake Norman's top attractions is this colorful replica of one of the most famous riverboats. The paddle wheeler offers regularly scheduled and charter excursions from its dock just off 1-77 at Davidson, N. C.



Alexander Hamilton
Title:
Alexander Hamilton
Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Built Sparrows Point, Md., 1924 Length, 339 ft. 2,367 tons. Anyone wanting to ride a sidewheel steamboat on tidewater today must take the Alexander Hamilton, one of the last two boats of the Hudson river Day Line and one of the only three passenger sidewheelers left in service in the United States. She now runs only in summer, mainly between New York and Poughkeepsie. The Alexander Hamilton is marked as a Hudson Day Boat by her long pointed bow with its three tiers of open decks. Her broad superstructure tapers to a narrow stern, and the position of her funnels aft of amidships shows that her boilers are aft of her machinery. These are inclined engines, which require no walking beam, because the slanted pistons are connected directly to the wheel shaft. The Alexander Hamilton contracts sharply with the only other active American sidewheelers, the Mississippi excursion boats admiral and President. Their bows and sterns are wide and rounded their stacks far forward, and their horizontal engines well aft.


Barge of Cotton
Title:
Barge of Cotton
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The packets plying the Mississippi River measure 50 feet from keel to root of upper cabin; their average length is 250 feet, with a carrying capacity of a thousand tons. The main deck is occupied by boilers, machinery and freight; above, is the saloon with commodious staterooms, while a third story contains the officers quarters. 136 landings are made between Memphis and New Orleans.



Beautiful Scenic Drives Along The Great River Road
Title:
Beautiful Scenic Drives Along The Great River Road
Chrome unused

Description:
Atop wooded bluffs overlooking the Mississippi, many Indian Mounds were built in the shapes of animals and birds


Gordon C. Greene
Title:
Gordon C. Greene
Chrome unused

Description:
The stern-wheeler Mississippi River steamboat "Gordon C. Greene" at the levee at Hannibal, Missouri. This is the type of craft that Mark Twain piloted, and wrote about in "Life of the Mississippi." "Tom Sawyer." and "Huckleberry Finn." In the background is the Mark Twain Memorial Bridge, and Cardiff Hill where the "Widow Douglas" house stood - she kept an oil lamp in her window to guide steamboat pilots.



On The Mississippi River
Title:
On The Mississippi River
Chrome PM 2000

Description:
This is a reminder of days gone by when these boats carried passengers and freight from New Orleans to ports of call on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers


Mississippi Belle
Title:
Mississippi Belle
Chrome PM 1986

Description:
The fabulous new 800 passenger - triple deck - Mississippi Belle. Afternoon sight - seeing cruises, prime-rib diner cruises and scenic 100 mile, day long cruises. Phone Roberts River rides, Dubuque, Iowa. (319) 583-1761 or Bettendorf. Iowa. (319) 359-3811.



The Memphis Queen Ii
Title:
The Memphis Queen Ii
Chrome unused

Description:
The Memphis Queen II - leaving on a Mississippi River sightseeing cruise


Along The Mississippi
Title:
Along The Mississippi
Chrome unused

Description:
This is a reminder of days gone by when these boats carried passengers and freight from New Orleans to ports of call on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers



The Memphis Queen Ii
Title:
The Memphis Queen Ii
Chrome unused

Description:
The "Memphis Queen II", designed and owned by Cap'n E. B. Langford, is made of all steel and one of the few sternwheelers left. It conducts sight-seeing and educational cruises on the Mississippi at Memphis. United States Coast Guard approved for 256 passengers. Boat docks at foot of Monroe Ave. Memphis Excursion Lines, Inc. 721 Union Ave, Memphis 3, Tenn.


River Boat Tahquamenon
Title:
River Boat Tahquamenon
Chrome unused

Description:
The largest and finest boat on the Tahquamenon River making daily excursions to the Tahquamenon Falls. Wildlife and historic places are seen from the spacious decks along the 21 mile river trip. The boat is boarded via the Toonerville Trolley at Soo Junction, Michigan.



A Reminder Of The Days Gone By On The Mississippi River
Title:
A Reminder Of The Days Gone By On The Mississippi River
Chrome unused

Description:
A picturesque stern-wheeler that made port calls along the mighty river. You can now return to those thrilling days of yester year


Typical Mississippi River Steamboat
Title:
Typical Mississippi River Steamboat
Divided Back unused



The Delta Queen
Title:
The Delta Queen
Chrome unused

Description:
The Delta Queen, at Memphis, Tennessee, with Mississippi River Bridge in the background. The Delta Queen, a Greene Line steamboat with headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the last of the colorful stern-Wheelers on the Mississippi River. The Queen makes two cruises from Cincinnati to New Orleans every spring and tall and her passengers enjoy a leisurely trip in the tradition of the Old south.


The Delta Queen
Title:
The Delta Queen
Chrome unused

Description:
A Mississippi River Stern Wheel excursion Steamer



S. S. President
Title:
S. S. President
Chrome PM 1965

Description:
A spacious five-deck sightseeing steamer on the Mississippi River. This modern river steamer makes a 30-mile sightseeing cruise daily, affording visitors many wonderful views of the port of New Orleans, second largest port in the U. S.


Ship 'Driftwood' in port
Title:
Ship 'Driftwood' in port
Real Photo unused



Observation Lounge
Title:
Observation Lounge
Chrome unused

Description:
Observation Lounge on the S.S. Delta Queen, owned by Greene Line Strs. Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio. The Delta Queen is a modern air conditioned, oil burning, passenger steamer, making one to three week tours on the Ohio, Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers


The Memphis Queen II
Title:
The Memphis Queen II
Chrome unused

Description:
Excursion boat at Memphis, Tenn., with Downtown Memphis skyline in background, sails on the Mississippi River the year around, both on public cruises and for private charter parties day or night, any weather. Capt. Tom Meanley, owner and river writer, fells stories about Old Man River



River Boat "Suwanee"
Title:
River Boat "Suwanee"
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1936 Aug-17

Description:
As restored at Greenfield Village


Muskingum River



Steamer "Yukon" on Yukon River Above Arctic Circle


Coston Signal Co.,Inc.
Title:
Coston Signal Co.,Inc.
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
This card will elucidate My errand which tis plain to state, Is business you will understand, For I'm the Coston Signal man.



Boat, View on the Mississippi near Clarksville, MO
Title:
Boat, View on the Mississippi near Clarksville, MO
Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-4


Cotton Blossom - Ohio River Showboat
Title:
Cotton Blossom - Ohio River Showboat
Real Photo unused



M.V. "George Washington" - Potomac River
Title:
M.V. "George Washington" - Potomac River
Chrome unused


Str. "Mary Powell" off Tarrytown
Title:
Str. "Mary Powell" off Tarrytown
Tarrytown New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
Hudson River.



Ocklawaha River Boat "Hiawatha"
Title:
Ocklawaha River Boat "Hiawatha"
Palatka Florida (FL), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Silver Spring on the Ocklawaha River
Title:
Silver Spring on the Ocklawaha River
Florida (FL), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 May-17



Steamer Lily - US Lighthouse Tender Mississippi River
Title:
Steamer Lily - US Lighthouse Tender Mississippi River
Divided Back


Lock No. 5, Kanawha River
Title:
Lock No. 5, Kanawha River
Marmet West Virginia (WV), Divided Back unused



Steamer Landing
Title:
Steamer Landing
Hood River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM Oct-30


Island Queen Landing at Coney Island
Title:
Island Queen Landing at Coney Island
Cincinnati Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-4



Olden Times on the Missouri River, 1880
Title:
Olden Times on the Missouri River, 1880
Missouri (MO), Divided Back PM 1915 Sep-02


Hudson River Day Line Steamer "New York
Title:
Hudson River Day Line Steamer "New York
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Express Boat Minehaha on Lake Minnetonka, Minn
Title:
Express Boat Minehaha on Lake Minnetonka, Minn
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-15

Description:
Series 638


Ohio River Scene - Huntington, West Virginia
Title:
Ohio River Scene - Huntington, West Virginia
unused



S. S. Delta Queen
Title:
S. S. Delta Queen
Chrome unused

Description:
Owned by Greene Line Strs. Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, is a modern oil burning passenger steamer which travels on the Ohio, Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers to New Orleans, La., St. Paul, Minn., Kentucky Lake, Muscle Shoals, Ala. and Chattanooga


The Delta King
Title:
The Delta King
Jumbo/Large Format unused



On the Ocklawaha River, Florida
Title:
On the Ocklawaha River, Florida
Florida (FL) unused

Description:
Series S 541 Alligator Border


Packet "James Lee"
Title:
Packet "James Lee"
Divided Back unused



Excursion Steamer WW
Title:
Excursion Steamer WW
Post Card (Undivided Back)


Steamer Peters Lee
Title:
Steamer Peters Lee
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1903 Sep-14



U. S. Government Yards and Fleet of Mississippi River Commission
Title:
U. S. Government Yards and Fleet of Mississippi River Commission
St. Louis Missouri (MO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-13


Steamer Quincy Entering Lower Lock, US Government Canal
Title:
Steamer Quincy Entering Lower Lock, US Government Canal
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-20



A Stern Wheeler on the River
Title:
A Stern Wheeler on the River
Divided Back


The Steel Steamer Robert Fulton
Title:
The Steel Steamer Robert Fulton
Divided Back PM 1914 Sep-17

Description:
One of the giants of the day line fleet



Steam Riverboat Going Down the River
Title:
Steam Riverboat Going Down the River
Real Photo


Steamer 'President' on the Mississippi River
Title:
Steamer 'President' on the Mississippi River
Real Photo PM 1946 Jun-18

Description:
This real photo card shows the President docked and loading passengers. Built in 1924 as the steam packetboat Cincinatti, in 1933 she was converted into the largest excursion boat in America. Designated a National Historic Landmark on December 20, 1989, she was the last remaining large Western Rivers sidewheel excursion boat. Purchased in 2005 by Effingham, Illinois businessman David Campbell, the ship was moved from Alton to St. Elmo, Illinois. As of 2009, he still intends to turn it into a hotel, but for now the President sits as a rusting hulk. A European film crew spent eight months documenting the move to St. Elmo. A producer called it 'one of the biggest undertakings in U.S. history' and will be featured later this year as a cable documentary



F.G. Burroughs paddleboat
Title:
F.G. Burroughs paddleboat
Real Photo


Red Cross Motor Ambulance - Silver Thimble VI
Title:
Red Cross Motor Ambulance - Silver Thimble VI
Linen unused

Description:
Red Cross motor Ambulance Boat built on the Clyde for service in Mesopotamia. The proceeds from the sale of this post card go to the funds of the Scottish Branch of the British Red Cross Society



The Wilson Line M. V. Liberty Belle
Title:
The Wilson Line M. V. Liberty Belle
Chrome unused

Description:
Capacity- 2900 passengers New York's newest all steel Excursion Liner, featuring the largest marine ballroom afloat. Sails daily from Jersey City and Battery Park, New York to Rockaway Beach, also Hudson River Moonlight Cruise at night


East End - Loch Katrine
Title:
East End - Loch Katrine
Divided Back unused



Lee Line Steamboat
Title:
Lee Line Steamboat
Divided Back


Steamer Columbia, Mississippi River
Title:
Steamer Columbia, Mississippi River
Davenport Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-28



Evansville and Chaperhone Boats
Title:
Evansville and Chaperhone Boats
Bowling Green Kentucky (KY), Divided Back


E 1847 Excursion Boat J.S.
Title:
E 1847 Excursion Boat J.S.
Divided Back unused



Steamer "J.S.", Steamer "W.W.", and Barge
Title:
Steamer "J.S.", Steamer "W.W.", and Barge
Divided Back PM 1908


Steamer "Quincy"
Title:
Steamer "Quincy"
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul



Steamer Albertina, Shrewsbury River
Title:
Steamer Albertina, Shrewsbury River
Rumson New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1925 Jul-28


Steamer J. S
Title:
Steamer J. S
Peoria Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



Miss Green River
Title:
Miss Green River
Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Sightseeing Cruiser on Green River Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky During the summer season, sightseeing tours are offered on Green River aboard the 80 passenger, "Miss Green River". Geological formations and varied species of wildlife are among the attractions of t he river cruise. The Green River boat trip is operated by Capt. M. E. Nash


Steamer Greenland
Title:
Steamer Greenland
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Leaves Pittsburg Every Friday 4 p. m. Charleston Every Monday 6 p. m



Riverboat Robert E. Lee, U. S. Highway 21
Title:
Riverboat Robert E. Lee, U. S. Highway 21
North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
On U. S. Highway 21, between Davidson and Mooresville, a "sho-nuff" Mississippi river boat, The Robert E. Lee, churns the cool crystall waters of enormous Lake Norman, offering still more variety of North Carolina's Variety Vacationland.


Drain Stage Meeting
Title:
Drain Stage Meeting
Scottsburg Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Drain Stage Meeting Str Eva On Umpqua River



A Mississippi River Packet
Title:
A Mississippi River Packet
Private Mailing Card unused


River Boat Loaded With Cotton Bales
Title:
River Boat Loaded With Cotton Bales
Linen unused

Description:
"As it used to be."



Steamer Morning Star On The Upper Mississippi
Title:
Steamer Morning Star On The Upper Mississippi
White Border unused


Gun Crew On The U. S. S. Mississippi
Title:
Gun Crew On The U. S. S. Mississippi
Divided Back PM 1914

Description:
Gun-Crew on the U. S. S. Mississippi ready for action at Vera Cruz. The Nebraska, New Hampshire, Kansas and Louisiana in the distance.



Delta Queen On The Tennessee River
Title:
Delta Queen On The Tennessee River
Linen unused

Description:
The "Delta Queen" is one of the finest river liners on inland waters today. Luxury liner cruises are available over America's most romantic rivers the enchantingly beautiful Ohio, the intriguing Tennessee, and the most famous of all the mighty Mississippi..




Total: 219 Items