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    • Poinsettias, Orlando, Florida.

    • Postcards -- Florida.; Poinsettias -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
    • Hand-colored photographic postcard postmarked January 23, 1934 in Orlando, Florida. Written by Augusta to Mrs. William Porter, 44 Crown St., Springfield, Mass. "There are many spots just like this picture. Florida seems very lively this year with...
    • Lake Lucerne Circle postcard.

    • Postcards -- Florida -- Orlando.; Orlando (Fla.) -- History -- Pictorial works.; Lakes -- Florida -- Orlando -- Pictorial works.
    • Picture postcard of Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Florida. Reverse side: "No news. No sign of little Peppers. I think she is too young. I haven't heard from anyone but you and Lena. Lots of love, M. Addressed to "Mrs. Susie E. Dean, 65 Main St.and...
    • Picking oranges, Orlando, Florida.

    • Postcards.; Florida -- History -- Pictorial works.; Citrus fruit industry Florida -- Pictorial works.
    • Color postcard showing 2 men, 3 children, and a horse-drawn wagon in an orange grove picking oranges. Printed on reverse side: "Sunday. Aunt Ekkie and Natalie are visiting Burnaw who works in Ashville. He wrote her to see if you all could not meet...
    • Traveling through the orange groves, Florida.

    • Postcards.; Florida -- History -- Pictorial works.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Pictorial works.; Railroads -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
    • Color picture postcard of workers and a wagon in a citrus grove in Florida with a railroad train driving through it. Printed on reverse side: "533. N. Garland St. Orlando, Fla. Dear Rose. We arrived here a week ago. This is a beautiful city, but I...
    • Busy day in an orange grove, Florida.

    • Postcards.- Florida -- History -- Pictorial works.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
    • Color picture postcard of workers and ladders in a citrus grove in Florida. Printed on reverse side:and"Friend Muzz, Heard you were sick hope you are better. What more could I say in a ten page letter. Stick.and Addressed to "Col. Frand Muzzey,...
    • Airmail envelope,

    • Stamped envelopes -- Florida -- Orlando.;
      Air mail service -- Florida -- Orlando.
    • An airmail envelope from the first airmail flight from Orlando postmarked March 1, 1929, addressed to Mrs. L.J. Lancaster, 129 So. Walnut St.and Morgantown, Ma. Address stamp on front of envelope: Guy B. Hartley, 729 Euclid Avenue, Orlando, Florida.

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