Florida News Co.
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 guess a bit expensive. Yet we have a furnished apt. reasonable for this month. Went out to John Klinect Sunday. He certainly has a nice farm. Gertrude." Addressed to: "Mrs. Ralph McClellan, 232 Russel Ave.and Akron, Ohio." Postmarked:"Winter Park, Fla., Sep. 12. 1922, 6 pm."
Postcards.; Florida -- History -- Pictorial works.; Citrus fruit industry -- Florida -- Pictorial works.; Railroads -- Florida -- Pictorial works.
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"Traveling through the orange groves, Florida." (1922). Images of Central Florida. 1966.