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This postcard features an airvew of Biscayne Boulevard, which is located in Miami, Florida. The busy street has traffic travelling in both directions. On the right side, tall buildings and skyscrapers line the road. On the opposing side, the Atlantic…

This postcard features a bird's eye view of Islamorada, located on the Overseas Highway in Key West, Florida. In the foreground, the Theater of the Sea is pictured. The highway extends off into the distance, and the Atlantic Ocean is seen on both…

This postcard features a birds eye view of the "causeways," which are highways that connect Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. The Atlantic Ocean can be seen both in between each city and beyond. The Bay Biscayne can also be seen beneath the two…

This postcard features an aerial view of Key West, Florida. In the front of the land, a large ship is seen heading toward a port of other parked boats. The rest of this airview depicts the Atlantic Ocean, which surrounds the land on all sides.

This postcard features an aerial view of the harbor entrance at Port Everglades, which is located in Florida. The sandy golden beach of Ft. Lauderdale is in the background, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Many buildings such as hotels are scattered…

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 photograph of a railroad in Long Key, Florida. At the bottom of the card in white text, it reads "Long Key, Fla. The Long Trestle between Long Key and Lower Matecumbe Key." The railroad is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and…

This postcard depicts an aerial view of the Overseas Highway, also known as U.S. Highway #1. The Atlantic Ocean surrounds the highway all around, and a car can be seen heading down the highway on the right side of the card. It is unclear, however, as…

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…
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