Postmarked: January 20, 1954 Frostproof, Fl Caption: Pinecrest Lakes Club, just south of Avon Park, Florida, offers varied recreation to the winter visitor, such as shuffleboard, fishing and swimming.The clubs reservation borders on two large lakes and boasts a sporty 18-hole year ’round golf course.
The fountain was rededicated in 2011 and continues operation today.
Card Size: 3.5″ x 5.5″ Card Type: Paper, Glossy, Color Publisher: Koppel Color Cards, Hawthorne N. Card Number: FNC-86 43806 Photographer/Artist: Florida Natural Color Inc.
Postmarked: August 13, 1969 Eau Gallie, FL Caption: Famous Cypress Gardens Florida, one of the beauty spots of the world.
Card Size: 3.5″ x 5.5″ Card Type: Color Linen Publisher: Curteich, Chicago Card Number: AP.7, 1C-H1275 Photographer/Artist: Morse’s Photo Service, Lake Wales Fla.
Petersburg, Florida “The Sunshine City” Card Size: 3.5″ x 5.5″ Card Type: Gloss Color Paper Publisher: Natural Color Publishers, Miami Beach, Fl Card Number: NCP-3377-14794 Photographer/Artist: H.
" with the headline presentation, "Romance and Sex Life of the Date." A great period piece. Shields, the gardens, and various products for sale.
Since 1924, this farm has been growing and selling dates and date products to tourists from around the world. Near mint condition, a very catching front page invites readers to look.
Card Size: 3.5″ x 5.5″ Card Type: Paper, Glossy, Color Publisher: Gulf Stream, Miami Fl. Postmarked: (unreadable date), Orlando FL Caption: Lake Eola, in Orlando, Florida History: Card Size: 3.5″ x 5.5″ Card Type: Paper, Glossy, Color Publisher: Curteich, Chicago. Allen Memorial Fountain” at a cost of 0,000 was an Orlando icon.
Orlando Florida Postmarked: (unreadable date), Orlando FL Caption: Famous The colorful Centennial Fountain in Lake Eola, Orlando, Florida “The City Beautiful” History: Originally installed in 1957 the Centennial Fountain or more properly the “Linton E.
The fountain continued operation through 2009 when it was struck by lightning and heavily damaged.
In October 2009 mayor Buddy Dyer announced that the fountain would not only be repaired but updated with a new skin, new water jets and a new light setup at a cost of 2.3 million.