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St. Augustine Post Card
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This post card shows St. Francis Street and the Oldest House (the Gonzalez-Alvarez House) in St. Augustine.
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Ivy Arch Post Card
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This post card showing the Ivy Arch on Delaware Street in Buffalo, New York, was mailed from Trilby, Florida, to U.S. Whiteaker in Punta Gorda, Florida, on July 18, 1908. There is a message on Side 2.
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Florida Scenery with Verse Post Card
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This post card shows an artist's rendering of a pastoral landscape with the title, "Florida Scenery." It has a verse by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow at the bottom. The card is postmarked October 30, 1909, Punta Gorda, and was sent to Mrs. Jennie Murphy in Steffenville, Missouri, by her niece, Nellie. There is a handwritten message on Side 2.
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Congratulatory Post Card
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This post card with yellow mums in a vase and the greeting, "Hearty Congratulations" was sent to Mrs. Emily Chapman in LaBelle, Missouri. The card is postmarked Steffenville, Missouri, April 5, 1911. There is a handwritten message on Side 2.
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Calostimucu "Whispering Giant" Post Card
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This post card shows Calostimucu, a "Whispering Giant" carved from a tree trunk by sculptor Peter Toth, in homage to native tribes of the area. It is located at the corner of Retta Esplanade and southbound U.S. Hwy 41 in Punta Gorda.
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Grant Monument Post Card
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This post card shows the Grant Monument in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois. It was mailed from Chicago on November 2, 1908, to Mrs. Jennie Murphy of Nelsonville, Missouri. There is a message on Side 2.
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Presbyterian Church Post Card
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This post card shows the Presbyterian Church built in 1901 on Harvey Street in Punta Gorda. The card was postmarked in Punta Gorda on August 10, 1954 and is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Galloway of Punta Gorda. There is a message on Side 2. The building pictured was demolished after hurricane damage and a subsequent fire in 1960; the replacement structure, a modern A-frame, was destroyed by Hurricane Charley in 2004. The congregation voted to sell the church property, originally donated by Mrs. Virginia Trabue, and relocate.
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Panama Canal, Pedro Miguel Lock Post Card
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This post card shows a photo of the Pedro Miguel Lock, completed in 1911, which is part of the Panama Canal system.
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Sunset Express Post Card
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This post card shows a passenger train underway on a trestle; the text reads: "Sunset Express, crossing Salton Sea, California. It was mailed to Mrs. Jennie Murphy of LaBelle, Missouri, from Madison, Missouri, on April 20, 1914. There is a message on Side 2.
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Manatee River Post Card
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This post card shows sailboats on the Manatee River in Bradenton. It is postmarked August 31, 1940, Gainesville, and was mailed to Mrs. Anna McCallum in Pontiac, Michigan, from "Pauline and Harry."
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Dear Mother Post Card
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This post card with a floral motif and the printed message, "To Dear Mother" is not postmarked, but was sent by Nora Whiteaker to her mother, Mrs. William Chapman. There is a handwritten message on Side 2. On Side 1, Nora Whiteaker has signed and dated the card, July 21, 1908.
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State Capitol Building in Tallahassee Post Card
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This post card shows the west front of the Florida State Capitol building in Tallahassee c.1903-1906. The card served as a holiday greeting card and was sent from Representative Vernon Peeples to U.S. Cleveland. There is a message on Side 2.
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