I just live for alligator postcards, don’t you? This one is unusual in that it shows white kids aboard the gator. Just saying.
An “Old Timer” alligator is the subject on this linen postcard, part of Curt Teich’s “Tropical Florida” series.
This is where I would provide some sort of insightful description of the subject of the postcard but, well… it’s grapefruit.
Dating from the 1920s, this postcard gives us a view of the ostrich farm in South Jacksonville, Florida.
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.
The Detroit Hotel in St. Petersburg, presented in a somewhat fragmented state due to a printing error.
The Palm Plaza Motel in Winter Park, Florida. On the back:
Palm Plaza Motel
459 S. Orlando Ave.
Winter Park, Florida
On U.S. Highway 17 & 92 – 5 Minutes North of downtown Orlando.
Air-Conditioned or Cross Ventilated Rooms. Over-Night or Weekly. Twin and Double Beds. Some with Kitchenettes. Convenient Parking Space at rear doors.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hurley
Associate Owners and Managers
Phone or write for Reservations
An aerial view of Florida’s Marineland. On the back:
An aerial view of Marineland, Florida showing Marine Studios, the world’s only oceanarium and only specially designed underwater motion picture studio. Marineland is located 18 miles south of Saint Augustine and 35 miles north of Daytona Beach on the Ocean Shore Blvd., (Florida #140).