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Young women posing for photographs during the Key Lime Festival in Key Largo, #Florida (1953). Link in bio:
An Armistice Day parade in #Jacksonville, #Florida, in 1946. #VeteransDay. Link in bio:
A car decorated for an Armistice Day parade in front of the Jefferson County Courthouse in Monticello, #Florida (ca. 1921). Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day in 1954. Link in bio:
Surveyors in the Everglades (ca. 1913). #Florida. Link in bio:
Tree surgeons trimming eucalyptus after Hurricane Donna in Estero, #Florida (1960). Link in bio:
A girl posing at a pitcher pump at Merritt Island, #Florida (1900s). Link in bio:
A movie theater at the Masonic Temple building in Monticello, #Florida (1920s). Link in bio:
Gator Bowl queen Norma Jean Bell at Gator Bowl Stadium in #Jacksonville, #Florida (1951). Link in bio:
Clora Belle White posing to show her long hair in Gilchrist County, #Florida. Link in bio:
Horse-drawn wagons in front of the Brent Brothers grocery store in #Pensacola, #Florida (ca. 1880). Link in bio:
Men on benches in #Tallahassee, #Florida (1957). Photo from the Tallahassee Democrat Collection. Link in bio: show/260074
Happy Halloween! Check out these spooky costumes from the Florida Photographic Collection at the State Archives of Florida. 🎃🎃🎃 1. A person in costume at a Koreshan Unity Halloween party, 1966 (KOR2306).
2. People in costume at a Koreshan Unity Halloween party, 1966 (KOR2303).
3. Kerry O'Connor wearing the winning Halloween costume at Miami-Dade Community College, 1983 (PR22111).
4. Children dressed for a school Halloween party in Tallahassee, Florida, 1953 (TD00039).