Sometimes a single location will show up more than once. This light house, with a black top on a plain white tower, should be identifiable just from that information (it is why light houses have such unique painting patterns: to help mariners identify where they are located.)
This one was the background for a photo of Grandma Betty once, and appears here again. The particular roll has photos of the USS Constitution interior and exterior, a number of seashore photos, two images of this light house, and one picture of someone silhouetted against the bright sea.
But I do not know with certainty which light house, when the photos were taken, or who was the photographer. (Probably Lori, probably in Massachusetts, probably in the late 80s/early 90s…)