Here’s the Tampa Bay Hotel in Tampa in this postmarked 1911 postcard. It was mailed to the now long gone Sutherland, Florida.
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This unmailed postcard is no. 2616 of “Picturesque Florida” by Raphael Tuck and Sons, “Art Publishers to their majesties the King and Queen.”
This postcard is part of a ‘Charm Spots of Florida’ booklet mailed in 1965 from Tampa. This postcard, along with most all found on this site, are all part of the Swampy’s Florida collection.
This postcards, as with most all shown on this site, is part of the Swampy’s Florida collection.
Here’s an image of the Wakulla Lodge at Wakulla Springs State Park. This is part of a postcard packet of Wakulla Springs.
Swimming at Wakulla Springs State Park. Those are wooden platforms that once sat in the pool of spring water area. You can also see one of the touring boats in the background. Also in the background, more to the left, […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
At one time Orlando was a magnet for anyone wanting to be involved with harness racing. These days the sport has nearly disappeared. Ben White Raceway, pictured above, is also gone. Other sports fields and a roadway has taken it’s […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Here’s the Municipal Aquarium in Key West. This is part of a Florida Keys postcard pack mailed to Mr. & Mrs. Fischer in Orange, New Jersey in 1952.
This is part of a Florida Keys postcard pack mailed to Mr. & Mrs. Fischer in Orange, New Jersey in 1952.
This postcard was mailed in February 1916 from Pahokee to Mrs. W.D. Wolster in Columbus, Ohio. It’s hard to read the message of the sender, R.S.H. Has something to do with 143 miles, cattle country and a jet plane.