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Creme-colored card, illustration of a skyscraper

a creme-colored card that depicts the Boston Public Library. One can see that the photographer stood across the street to capture the photo. There is also a gothic style building to the right of the library.

Creme-colored card, sephia photo, old FSU campus. This postcard shows the original FSU campus that was open only to women throughout the early 1900's. One can see that the street the photo was taken on is Wescott and the fountain is visible with a…

A sepia-toned photograph of a building. There are several staircases leading up to the building, which has roman columns across the front. Another building is in the background with several stories of windows.

The image on this postcard depicts a room called the "Tap Room". In this room we see numerous chairs and tables and an assortment of bottles and containers along the wall.

In this postcard a sky view of Daytona Beach, Fla. the pier is visible in the picture along with cars and specs of people. To the right there are several buildings including what appears to be hotels close to the beach.

Pictured on this postcard seems to be a busy day on Daytona Beach. From an elevated angle we are shown several people and cars on the beach and what appears to be an amp theater along with several other buildings

The sepia picture depicts a woman standing with her arms behind her back. She is wearing an old fashioned dress that was fitting for the 1909 and it is long sleeve with ruffles on the end. The dress is tied at the waist into a bow with something like…

The sepia colored photograph depicts a woman holding a baby. The appear to be on a porch with the baby sitting on the railing next to a pillar. The woman is wearing a hat and dress with something tied around the neck. She is also wearing a coat and…
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