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Downtown #Tallahassee is decorated for #Christmas in this 1957 photograph from the Tallahassee Democrat collection. The illuminated sign for the Florida Theatre can be seen on the right. Link in bio:
Mrs. Evelyn Horne with cones from a monkey puzzle tree on the Koreshan Unity property in Estero, #Florida (1959). Link in bio:
The Aladdin Theater in Cocoa, Florida (1924). Also known as the Cocoa Village Playhouse, this theater was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. Link in bio:
Nonnie Radcliffe on her #bicycle in Quincy, #Florida (ca. 1897). Link in bio:
Women showing their ankles in #Pensacola (ca. 1905). It wasn’t until after 1913 that the hemlines of women’s clothing began to fall slightly above the ankle. Link in bio:
Gloria Howard sitting with a chest of fruit on the beach in #Florida (1955). #Christmas. Link in bio:
The Gracy family dressed in their Sunday best on a bridge in Lakeland, #Florida (ca. 1900). Link in bio:
The U.S. Post Office building in #Christmas, #Florida (ca. 1950). Link in bio:
Children selecting #Christmas toys at a store in #Tallahassee #OTD in 1959. Photo from the Tallahassee Democrat collection. Link in bio:
Looking down Salem Street in Altamonte Springs, #Florida (ca. 1917). Link in bio:
Sam's Service Station in Coral Gables, #Florida, on November 26, 1934. Link in bio:
A steam-powered sugar cane mill at Spring Lake Farm in Altamonte Springs, #Florida (ca. 1890). A loaded cane cart can be seen on the left. Link in bio: