Sunday, August 25, 2013

Ohio’s Lake Erie Vacationland Postcards

Several postcards published by E.B. Ackley, a popular musician and band leader in Sandusky, are in the collection of historical postcards at the Sandusky Library Archives Research Center. These four postcards are from the Ohio’s Lake Erie Vacationland series. Notes on the items indicate that they were Art-Colortone postcards printed by the Curt Teich Company in Chicago, Illinois. The Cedar Point pier is featured on the first postcard.



The Sandusky Yacht Club is the topic of this postcard.


Multi-colored lights enhance the water in the Boy with the Boot Fountain, in a night time view of Sandusky’s Washington Park.


A daytime view of the Erie County Courthouse and the Boy with the Boot Fountain is the focus of this postcard.



While we do not know the exact dates of these Ackley postcards, they were most likely created in the 1930s.

1 comment:

Linda Stouffer said...

I have a bunch of these! I have collected Sandusky postcards over the years from my grandmother and from antique stores. Many were sent and have the letters on the back.