This vintage divided back postcard features a scene showing the Goodrich Steamer, “City of Racine” entering the harbor. The Goodrich Steamship Line operated steamships in the Great Lakes region during the 19th and early 20th century. The company generally operated on Lake Michigan. The line was founded in 1868. The company owned an excursion route between Chicago and Milwaukee for more than 30 years. Most of the company’s ships were named after the cities they serviced. Goodrich went bankrupt in 1933. This postcard was distributed by M. L. Annenberg of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The card was published by A. C. Bosselman & Company of New York and it was printed in Germany. The card has a Milwaukee postmark and it is dated 1910.  (SOLD)

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