Horsehoe Falls Vintage Niagara Falls Postcard

This 1910 vintage postcard view of the Horseshoe Falls from Goat Island at Niagara Falls is quite beautiful. The postcard has been printed from a painting of the falls with lovely colors in the spray and background. The Horseshoe Falls, so named for their shape being that of a horseshoe, are the largest of the […]

Niagara River Gorge Vintage Postcard

This is a great, colorful view of the Niagara River Gorge as it looked in 1908. This gorge has been created by the fall of the water from Niagara Falls into the Niagara River. The falls drop into a somewhat large area that is like a small bay. Then, the river narrows as it races […]

Summer at Niagara Falls Vintage Postcard

This vintage Niagara Falls postcard shows three paintings of the Falls area one in a rectangular golden square, one in a golden circle, and the third in a golden triangle. It is a pretty postcard and old, pre-1907, with undivided back. The words sent to loved one or friend must be written on the front, […]

View of Niagara Falls from the Maid of the Mist Vintage Postcard

This 1910 vintage postcard shows a view of Niagara Falls from the deck of the Maid of the Mist tour boat. Today, you can still board the Maid of the Mist donning plastic rain slickers and hats to see Niagara Falls from the base of each waterfall. This postcards says that in 1910, On of […]

Bridal Veil Falls Vintage Niagara Falls Postcard

This vintage Niagara Falls postcard shows Bridal Veil Falls on the American side with the Cave of the Winds behind it. Although this postcard is newer and brighter than the Cave of the Winds postcard, it is still older than 1920 because we see the bridge to the Cave of the Winds allowing people to […]

Cave of the Winds Vintage Niagara Falls Postcard

This is a very old postcard, dated 1900, showing a lithograph of the Cave of the Winds at Niagara Falls, New York. The Cave of the Winds was actually a hollowed out cave behind Bridal Veil Falls on the American side of the Niagara Falls. At the time of this postcard, people could reach the […]

Whitewater Rapids Alaska Vintage Postcard

The original vintage postcard was purchased in Canada and is circa 1910, showing beautiful white-water rapids in one of “The Northlands” rushing streams. Such streams and rivers are found throughout Alaska and Canada and dearly sought by fishermen. Many of James Oliver Curwood’s books refer to The Northland as being above a certain latitude in […]