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Scenic winding road featuring cars driving down the mountain road. Big green trees border the road.

This postcard shows an image of the world famous Cliff House and Seal Rock. The photo displays many colors, including the blue ocean, green trees and grass, and red, brown, gray and white buildings. The photograph appears to have been taken from a…

This postcard shows the beautiful road filled with palm trees in Sarasota, Florida.

This postcard shows a street and several houses in Sarasota, Florida, surrounded by trees and shrubbery.

This postcard features a photograph of a man wearing a blue button down shirt and jeans, smiling, and standing underneath a servie station. The man's name is like Billy Carter. The man's arm rests on a gas pump. In the background, the entrance to the…

This postcard features a side view of the "trestle" between Long Key and Lower Matecumbe Key, which is located in Long Key, Florida. Beside the trestle is a small fishing boat with one man and one woman in it. The ocean and trestle both extend far…

This postcard depicts a scene of construction work on a road looking east in Key West, Florida. The road is still filled with dirt and gravel, but looks close to being paved. On the right side of the road electrical poles are lined up and in the…

This postcard depicts a photograph of the sign at the beginning of the road U.S. Rte. 1 in Fort Kent, Maine. The sign reads, "WELCOME TO HISTORIC FORT KENT THIS MARKS THE BEGINNING OF U.S. Route 1 ENDING IN KEY WEST, FLORIDA 2209 MILES SOUTH. FORT…

This postcard depicts a scene of the highway one takes from the mainland of Florida to reach the Keys, or the little islands that surround its southernmost part. The highway is surrounded by grassy areas on both sides, as well as many bushes and palm…

This postcard depicts a photograph of a section of Florida's Turnpike, which stretches 108 miles between Miami and Ft. Pierce. On the left side, the cars move south toward Miami, while the right side of the turnpike moves north toward Ft. Pierce. One…
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