St Helena Island 1873
4.75 55 $4.75 - $55.00
In 1873, St Helena Island was built in the Lake Michigan straits to warn ships of shallow rocks and shoal area in the water east of the light. The water is high as you can see and almost surrounds the light, coming right up near the foundations. The light is now owned by the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association GLLKA, and again in danger of finding itself in high water levels in 2020.. All prints come with a brief history of the lighthouse and the artist. This is available in prints and card.
Small and large prints are shipped rolled gently into a mailing tube for maximum protection. They are shipped without mats and frames so recipients may select something in their own style.