Since 1880, Albritton Fruit has been a leading producer of citrus in Florida. Here’s an ad encouraging a gift of citrus for Mother’s day. You can learn more about Albritton Fruit here: www.albrittonfruit.com Here’s some about Karl Albritton: http://tinyurl.com/n7xs9pj This[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Archive for Florida Advertising
Get your film developed and get a flower! Here’s an offer we won’t see again. The offer is from Cameo Photo Supplies that opened back in 1942 in Ocala. The store helped supply the professional photographer to the child with[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry…
This advertisement is for, what was then known as, Sunshine Park. The track is still there today and called Tampa Bay Downs. This advertisement is from the March 22nd, 1960, edition of St. Petersburg Times. Save
Today in 1967 O’Hara’s in Palm Beach was letting Irish lamb invade the Sirloin Room just for St. Patrick’s Day! This advertisement is from the March 17th, 1967 edition of the Palm Beach Post. Save Save Save
Here’s a flyer from today in 1951 of what was playing at the Joy-Lan Drive-In in Dade City. Save
Who remembers Bonanza? This advertisement was for the restaurant in Ocala and was in the January 24th, 1980 edition of the Ocala Star-Banner. Save
Before Google…. This advertisement is from the January 17th, 2017 edition of the Daytona Beach Morning Journal.
It’s the Piggly Wiggly-Lovett’s Food Stores in Downtown Orlando in 1947! Here’s the full ad: This advertisement is from the January 3rd, 1947 edition of the Orlando Morning Sentinel.
New Years Eve fun in Orlando in 1947! This advertisement is from the December 27th, 1947 edition of the Orlando Morning Sentinel. Save
Neat Christmas design that tells all what can be under the tree and plugged in. This advertisement is from the December 13th, 1966 edition of the St Petersburg Times. Save
Remember when all a child wanted for Christmas was a train? This advertisement is from the December 7th, 2016th edition of the Ocala Star-Banner.
Many will remember Ivey’s Department Store. Prior to being Ivey’s, the store was Yowell-Drew and then added Ivey’s. This is the store that was in Downtown Daytona Beach in 1950 at the corner of Magnolia Avenue and South Beach Street.[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry…