Belle Island Pleasure Boat, Detroit, Mich.



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Belle Island Pleasure Boat, Detroit, Mich.
Publisher: A.C. Dietsche
Date: 1908
Type(s): Postcard
Language: English
Identifier(s): 154
Source: Mike Skreptak; Black Binder 4
Notes: c. 1908; "Belle Island Pleasure Boat. A favorite method of access to Belle Island, Detroit's principal pleasure ground, is by steamer, and boats leave regularly from convenient wharves, for the big pier at "The Island." The scene shows one of the large steamers of the Detroit, Belle Isle and Windsor Ferry Co., leaving the foot of Woodward Avenue for Belle Isle, band playing and picknickers thronging the decks."
Subject(s): Belle Isle Park (Michigan)
Detroit River
Ferries
Detroit, Belle Isle, and Windsor Ferry Company (Detroit)
Docks
Woodward Avenue (Detroit)
Pleasure (Ship)
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Belle Isle (Michigan)
Detroit (Michigan)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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