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2003 Harbour Lights Collectors Society Honors ‘The City By The Bay’


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Not only is San Francisco one of the world’s most romantic cities, it is also home to some of America’s most historic light stations, and 2003 membership in the Harbour Lights Collectors Society will include exclusive new reproductions of two Bay lighthouses - available only to Society members.

The Lighthouse of Membership is Fort Point Light, the important little sentinel that became obsolete when the mighty Golden Gate Bridge spanned directly overhead and obscured its light. Fort Point was the second lighthouse built in California and guided mariners entering the rugged strait. As a new member you will receive this beautiful replica as part of your 2003 Society Welcome Kit - along with a subscription to the Legacy Newsletter, our official Society newsletter; a binder to hold your copies of the Legacy, along with other Society materials; a beautiful cloisonné pin; the opportunity to purchase other exclusive Members Only sculptures; and advance information and invitations to events in your area. All of this for only $30 for a full 12-months of lighthouse enjoyment as a Society Member!

Our 2003 Members Only Lighthouse is the exquisite East Brother Island Light, one of America’s most splendid beacons and a National Historic Site. Located at the northern end of the Bay, this majestic Victorian façade has been restored to its original elegance and is now a popular bed and breakfast. An important addition to your lighthouse collection, this exclusive creation can be yours as a Society Member.

Joining is easy! Call Society Headquarters at 800-365-1219 today. You can also join through your favorite Harbour Lights Dealer. The new membership year is just beginning, so call today and begin your armchair journey to San Francisco and its romantic history!

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