As shown in this 1904 photo, the privy at the St. Clair Flats Rear Range light was erected so that the entire structure hung in brackets over the edge of the crib. At least it afforded a better view when lifting the lid than most privies!
|The privy at the St. Clair Flats Rear Range light in Lake St. Clair|
The two-and-a-half hole privy at the Copper Harbor Main light on Lake Superior - one for the keeper, one for the assistant, and one for the kids!
|Interior of the privy at the Copper Harbor Main light on Lake Superior|
Possibly the most beautiful privy on the Great Lakes at the Grand Island lighthouse - locally known as the "North Light."
|The beautiful privy at the Grand Island light station on Lake Superior|
We couldn't resist - another privy shot - this one of a privy overhanging the wharf at the Milwaukee Lighthouse Depot in 1913.
|Privy at the Lighthouse Depot overhanging the Kinnickinnic River in Milwaukee|