33“This is a vintage D. H. Case postcard, made in Germany “This is a vintage D. H. Case postcard, made in Germany. Caption reads "Chapman's Beach, South Lyme, Conn." Has a divided back with message in Swedish, 1 cent stamp, and postmark which reads South Lyme, Conn ”
34“This is an unused, divided back, half-tone in blue, post card, from South Lyme, a very small village in the small town of Old Lyme, located in New London County, CT. The area pictured on this card is in the Point-O-Woods section of Old Lyme. The card, based on the divided back, publisher's marks etc., was created circa 1920.”
35“This is an unusual view of Point O'Woods, South Lyme Ct “This is an unusual view of Point O'Woods, South Lyme Ct. I have only seen it once before. The title is "In the Grove Point O'Woods Beach South Lyme Conn." It features the cottages at the beginning of Carrington Road. Notice the dirt road. It is an early card of the Carrington, Oak and Walnut section of the Point. Mailed with a one cent stamp and published by Auburn Co. “
471930“Published by Foley's store, this is is an unusual scene of the beach area. It is titled "The Raft and Cottages On Beach Point O'Woods BeachSouth Lyme Conn."
48“This a rare beach view of Point O'Woods, South Lyme CT before the hurricane destroyed the cottages on the beach. It was mailed from South Lyme in Great umbrella scene with wonderful graphics. It reminds one of a Molly Dee painting so I have kept it in my collection for over twenty years. I have not seen a similar view for sale. Published by J.Soloman, New London, CT.”
58.This is a great view of the point from Hatchetts Point. Anybody growing up at the point can remember trying to conquer the rocks at low tide and make it around to the next beach. Mailed in 1955 from New Haven, Ct. It was published by a different company called Dormand Postcards, Long Island. On the back it states "Point O'Woods Beach, South Lyme, Conn. looking across at the "point o'woods". Colors are very vivid on this chrome. There is some corner wear. Shows cottages on the beach clearly before hurricane.1954
59"Looking toward the Point, from Mass. Road, Point O'Woods Beach, So "Looking toward the Point, from Mass. Road, Point O'Woods Beach, So. Lyme, Conn." The card was published by the Collotype Co., Elizabeth NJ and NY for R. E. Foley, Point o'Woods, Conn. It was postally cancelled on June 30, 1937 in South Lyme, Conn.
73“Very unusual view of Point O'Woods, South Lyme Ct “Very unusual view of Point O'Woods, South Lyme Ct. Only one cottage on the beach so it is after hurricane but the area in back of the boat basin is just a dirt parking lot. It is not mailed but I am judging in the fifties. Notice how the bay side of the Point can be seen and the water under the Amtrak.”
76This auction is for a divided-back postcard titled "313: - Bay looking toward the Point, Point O'Woods, So. Lyme, Conn." The card shows several beach cottages on a rocky shore. The card is black and white and was published by J. Solomon, New London, Conn. It was postally cancelled on September 1, 1936 in South Lyme, CT. The card is in very good condition with no tears, creases or stains. Buyer pays $1.75 shipping with insurance available at an additional charge. Items are mailed the same or next day from when payment is received. Payment must be made in the form of Paypal or postal money order only. The winning bidder should complete checkout within three (3) days of the auction's end. Please me with any questions. All items are from a smoke-free home. Check out my other auctions as I am happy to combine shipping.1936
92“MEASURES 8 1/2 BY 11 INCHES. MOUNTED ON 4 PLY STOCK FOR FRAMING “MEASURES 8 1/2 BY 11 INCHES. MOUNTED ON 4 PLY STOCK FOR FRAMING. FROM A PAINTING BY HOWARD FOGGDEPICTING THE MERCHANTS LIMITED HEADED BY ALCO PA'S ON THE SHORE LINE ROUTE NEAR EAST LYME, CT .”Point O’Woods in the background/top left – including our cottage.