There are a huge number of postcards out there depicting historic Port Huron. We will post images of these that we obtain legitimately. That is, while a great many can be viewed on Ebay and other sellers’ sites and should be copyright-free, we will not copy them to post them here. If you want to share a copy of a postcard that you own, please do! We will provide the source of all images. Please email us with the image at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
County-City Building, postcard neither dated or mailed. Source: Vicki Priest
“New County and City Building,” Port Huron. Copyright date only, which is 1956. Source: Vicki Priest
1958 image from the Sarnia side of the Blue Water Bridge, showing cruise liner and Peerless Cement, Port Huron. Source: Jim Hollenbeck, as posted at PHAHPA group page in 2018.
Gratiot Inn, Port Huron. Post mark from 1946. Source: Vicki Priest
Gratiot Inn detail, no date (LL Cook Co.) Source: Vicki Priest
Harrington Hotel, 1901 (Detroit Photographic Co.) Source: Vicki Priest
Harrington Inn, Port Huron, mailed in 1913. Source: Vicki Priest
Hotel Harrington, handwritten date of 1946 (Curt Teich Co.) Source: Vicki Priest
Maccabee Temple [one of them], Port Huron (north end of downtown, on Pine Grove), no date. Source: Vicki Priest
Pavillion that formerly stood in Pine Grove Park. 1907 copyright, 1914 mailing. Source: Port Huron Museum collection.
First Baptist Church, Port Huron. No longer standing. Source: Port Huron Museum Collection.
St. Stephen Catholic Church, copyright 1964. That is the same year that the 96 year old structure was demolished to make way for community college expansion. (Custom Studios, NJ). Source: Vicki Priest
Port Huron in 1902 (or possibly 1903); all of the foreground buildings are no longer standing. The intersection is Water and Military, so the image is looking to the northeast. Source: Wikipedia, Port Huron page; public domain.
St. Clair River Tunnel, Port Huron, 1907. Source: Wikipedia, Port Huron page; public domain.
Huron Ave, Port Huron (east side of street, north of Black River, unless I am mistaken), 1913. Source: Wikipedia, Port Huron page; public domain.
Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, 1902. Source: Wikipedia; public domain.
The Jenkinson House as shown on a post card that was mailed in 1919. Source: Lynne Secory.
Public Library, now the Port Huron Museum, no date. Source: Vicki Priest
Port Huron Museum, originally the public library. Newer card, but no date. Source: Vicki Priest
Woman’s Benefit Association Camp, Assembly Hall (north of Port Huron, historically), 1939 post mark. Source: Vicki Priest
Post Office [federal building], Port Huron, no date. Source: Vicki Priest
Diana Sweet Shop matchbook, outside (no date). Source: Vicki Priest
Diana Sweet Shop matchbook, inside (no date). Source: Vicki Priest