Against formidable odds, Father O’Keefe resurrected San Luis Rey Mission from a condition of utter ruin. On the back of the postcard we see the stamp indicating that it was purchased at “Ramona’s Marriage Place”. If you’re not hep to Ramona, then why not peruse my collection of Ramona Postcards, where you’ll learn the story behind the fictitious bride.
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Treasury Street, St. Augustine, Florida. On the back: “The streets of the old section are very narrow, some of them only twelve or fifteen feet wide. Treasury street is but seven feet in width.” You can see another Treasure St. postcard here.
Town House Motel
THE AIRPORT NEIGHBOR
Courtesy Car to Airport – Restaurant
Air Conditioned – Executive Suites
Heated Pool – Valet Service
TV – FM & AM Radios – Telephones
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San Antonio, Texas 78216
Another Aquarena Springs postcard, this image taking “uninteresting” to a whole new level. The cacti is all but invisible in the poorly exposed shot, and it’s difficult to read the sign attached to the tree. (it says “Brag Tree”) On the back:
AQUARENA, San Marcos, Texas. The Texana Village Exhibit at Aquarena features the largest variety collection of cacti and tropical plants in the southwest if not in the nation. Literally hundreds of odd shaped and colorful specimens are viewed in a tropical setting of waterfalls and trickling streams. Another photographer’s “must see”.