Well here you have it, a cabbage field somewhere in Florida. Published by Asheville Post Card Co. and produced by Curt Teich, this is part of the “beautiful Florida series”.
Clematis Avenue, the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, Florida.
A view of the city park in St. Petersburg, Florida. While unnamed, the game being played here is “roque”, a spin-off of croquet that was popular in the early 20th century. You can read more about the game here.
Dating from around 1912, this divided back postcard gives a fine view of Omaha, Nebraska.
The University School of Music in Lincoln, Nebraska, “The Great Music School of the West”. The postcard was mailed in 1911 and has this typed on the reverse (in purple ink):
The fourth regular term of The University School of Music begins April 8th.
The pigeon farm in Los Angeles, California. You can see another postcard view of it here.
As was the case with so many historic structures, The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida has a past riddled with disasters. First opened in 1896, the hotel burned in 1903. It was rebuilt in record time, and reopened in 1904. (the structure seen here) Fire would consume the hotel again in 1925, victim of an unattended curling iron, and was rebuilt yet again for the 1926 season.
The Detroit Hotel in St. Petersburg, presented in a somewhat fragmented state due to a printing error.
A parade of the Tongs in San Francisco’s Chinatown. This scene sure reminds me of a certain ’80s movie…
Postmarked in 1913, this card features the auditorium in Los Angeles, said to be the largest concrete building in the world.