This postcard of the Tropical Fruit Shippers of Sarasota was not mailed. Hard to figure out the date of the card. Seems 1960s. Text on the back of the postcard: Florida fruit shippers arrange fabulous displays of tempting tropical fruit […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Archive for Florida Postcards
This postcard has no date on it. The type and wording on the front makes it hard to place a date.
The back of the postcard declares – “Worlds Safest”. The postcard wasn’t mailed, but I’d age it around 1960.
This postcard was mailed April 10th, 1968 to Miss Joanne Ferrara of Brightwaters, New York. The mailer, Susan Seffers, writes that it’s 88 degrees and she is seeing lots of palm trees.
This postcard is of the Beverly Garden Apartments in Hollywood Beach – Open all year. The postcard was mailed July 14th to the “Family Herman Meyer” in Germany.
This postcard is part of a larger pack of postcards of Orlando. The postmark is a bit tough to read involving what year in the 1920s.
This postcard isn’t postmarked but appears to be from the early 1900s. Sulphur Springs used to be a community all to itself. Now it’s a hard to find part of Tampa. The Sulphur Springs tower that can be seen from […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
This postcard is part of a pack of Everglades cards. The package is undated, but would figure around 1970.
This image is labeled ‘Raccoons on the River’.