A Reproduction of DEER ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts - 1888 Architectural Drawings Blueprint. The light is at the end of a reef that extends about 1,500 feet (460 m) south from Deer Island. The location first had a stone beacon in 1832. The first light, a sparkplug type light, was lit in 1890. It cost about $50,000. It included a three-story dwelling, a veranda with boat davits, and a circular parapet.
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Framed maps include drymounting, UV filtering glass, and your choice of five mouldings, wired and ready to hang upon delivery.
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