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Mellon's Residence Palatka, Fla.A black-and-white postcard featuring the Mellon House in Palatka, Fla., built by James Ross Mellon. The postcard reads "Mellon's Residence Palatka, Fla." It is postmarked April 21, 1907.
Position: 17 (28 views)
The Boulevard, Jacksonville, Fla.A colored postcard featuring the Drew Mansion
Position: 58 (13 views)
Hotel Hampton, Hampton Springs, FloridaA colored postcard advertising the Hotel Hampton in Hampton Springs, Florida. It reads, "Hampton Springs Water Guaranteed for Rheumatism, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Stomach, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Gastritis, and Skin Diseases."
"Prices for Water F. O. B. Springs, Case 12 1/2 Gal. Bottles... $6.00; 5 Gal. Demijohn... $4.00; Rebate for Empties at Springs, Base and Bottles $2.50 D.J. $1.50."
"Nominal Rates—$21 Up Weekly"
Position: 47 (16 views)
Interior Harder Hall, Sebring, Fla.A colored postcard featuring the interior of Harder Hall, namely the main lobby.
Position: 92 (7 views)
High School, Leesburg, Fla.A postcard featuring a colored image of the Leesburg High School or Lee School in Leesburg, Fla. It's postmarked April 7, 1928.Tags Florida, Lake County, Lee School, Leesburg, Postcard
Position: 4 (48 views)
Jenkin's Orphanage Band playing at the Y.M.C.A Building in St.Petersburg, Fla., the Sunshine CityA postcard featuring a colored image of the Jenkins Orphanage Band playing at the YMCA Building in St. Petersburg, Fla. Jenkins Orphanage was established in 1891 by Rev. Daniel Joseph Jenkins in Charleston, South Carolina. Jenkins was a businessman and Baptist minister who encountered street children and decided to organize an orphanage for young African Americans.
The orphanage took in donations of musical instruments and Jenkins hired two local Charleston musicians — P.M. "Hatsie" Logan and Francis Eugene Mikell — to tutor the children in music. Upon its establishment, it became the only black instrumental group organized in South Carolina. The band's debut was on the streets of Charleston with the permission of the mayor, police chief, and Chamber of Commerce. The Jenkins Orphanage Band, wearing discarded Citadel uniforms, performed throughout the United States and even toured England raising money for the support of the orphanage. It played in inaugural parades of Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft. It appeared at the St. Louis Exposition and the Anglo-American Exposition in 1914. It toured the United States from coast to coast and played in Paris, Berlin, Rome, London, and Vienna. As many as five bands were on tour during the 1920s. The band ceased to exist in the 1980s.
Position: 11 (36 views)
Fenway Hotel, Dunedin, Fla., Near ClearwaterA postcard featuring a colored image of the Fenway Hotel in Dunedin, Fla.
Position: 2 (53 views)
Court House and Armory, Jacksonville, Fla.A postcard featuring a colored image of the Duval County Armory and Courthouse. Both were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1901.
Position: 9 (42 views)
Kenilworth Lodge. Sebring, Florida, Highlands CountyA postcard featuring a colored image of the Kenilworth Lodge in Sebring, Fla.
Position: 16 (29 views)
Dining Room. Kenilworth Lodge. Sebring, Florida, Highlands CountyA postcard featuring a colored image of the dining room of the Kenilworth Lodge in Sebring, Fla.
Position: 14 (30 views)