The Canadian View Card Co.

These patriotic postcards are characterized by the symbols of a beaver superimposed against a green maple leaf, arrayed against the Red Ensign flag. The beaver sits on a log on a mound with the word “Canada” below in an arc. Mike Smith, in his upcoming Second Edition of his Canadian Patriotic, Heraldic & Royalty Postcard Handbook 1898–1938, attributes the publisher to be The Canadian View Card Co., Series 7, however, the cards are sometimes printed with a local publisher, such as is the case of the Niagara Falls cards,  where R.P. Slater or F. Le Blond Jr. is printed on the card front. The cards appear to date to about 1902.

Horseshoe Fall from Goat Island, Niagara

University of Toronto

Parliament Buildings, Toronto

Toronto Conservatory of Music

General View of Niagara Falls

The Heart of Niagara

Niagara River

Whirlpool Falls, Single-Arch Double-Track Steel Bridge

Postcard Back

Hotel Frontenac

Lake Rosseau

Legend of the White Canoe, Niagara

Prospect Point, Niagara Falls

City Hall, Toronto

One of the Highland Hostelries, Lake Rosseau

One of the Highland Hostelries, Lake Rosseau

Mouth of the Moon River,

Georgian Bay District

Steamer Kingston

Victoria Square, Montreal

Osgoode Hall, Toronto

Parliament Buildings, Toronto

Pavilion, Horticultural Gardens, Toronto

American Falls from Canada