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Jul/Aug 2020

Photo By: Brian Margavich

Florida’s 1859 Pensacola Lighthouse joined hundreds of other landmarks and buildings by using blue lights to honor health care workers, first responders, and other frontline essential workers who have worked tirelessly during the COVID-19 Pandemic. It was the Pensacola Lighthouse and Maritime Museum’s way of thanking them for helping to make the world a better place.

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Ancient Lighthouse to be Rebuilt

And In The Print Edition ...

Can Hambrooks Bar Light Be Saved?

Cape Henlopen Lighthouse Replica Damaged in Fire to be Demolished

Change of Command at U.S. Lighthouse Society

Changing Fog Horns at West Quoddy

Civic and Maritime Leader Honored With Lighthouse

By Timothy Harrison

Clover Dairy Lightship Collector Card

Coast Guard Gives Up Ownership of Boston Harbor Light Station, Site of First Light Station in the United States

Family Outings and Vacations at Lighthouses

Folding Light House Crate Found in Garage Rafters

By Timothy Harrison

From the Archives of Lighthouse Digest

From the Commodore

By Debra Baldwin

From the Lighthouse Service Bulletin

By Jack Graham

Herbert C. Scott

By Debra Baldwin

Keeper Served on the Pacific Coast and the Great Lakes

Keeper's Korner

By Timothy Harrison

Marker Placed to Honor Roscoe L. Fletcher

Passage Lower Light Demolished

Posing in the Straits of Mackinac

Quarantine Flag Flown at Cape St. George Lighthouse

By CPO Erin Simone, USCG and CPO Mark Vail, USCG (ret.)

Rare Photo of a Ghost Light Surfaces

Restoration of Copper Harbor Lighthouse

Spotlight on Three of the Faux Lights of New Jersey

By Jerry Tyson

The Cannons Were Not Real

The Coast Guard’s First National Lighthouse Day August 7, 1939

By Timothy Harrison

The Keeper's Wife: Nellie Johnson Aronson

The Less Lovely Lights of New Jersey

By Jerry Tyson

The Old Skipper Reaches Port

By Dr. Edwin A. Brown

The Unordinary Life of Otto M. Bufe

By Debra Baldwin

Where Are They Now?

Whimsical Post Card Recalls Better Times

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