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Florida's Majestic Singing Tower and Its Reflection

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Florida's Majestic Singing Tower and Its Reflection

Description

A photo of Florida's Majestic Singing Tower in Peninsular Florida. The tower sits along side the water and beautiful foliage.
A colorful image of Florida's Majestic Singing Tower. The image holds the tower in the distance. Palm trees lined on each side of the card lead to the tower creating a narrowed view. Between the trees is a small body of water.

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Under Copyright

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Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

PC-TM 356

Coverage

Florida

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Card Title

Florida's Majestic Singing Tower and Its Reflection

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Printed Text (Front)

Florida's Majestic Singing Tower and Its Reflection

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Printed Text (Back)

THE SINGING TOWER
is located on the highest spot in Peninsular Florida and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds- The Sanctuary. The Tower is built of Florida coquina stone and Georgia pink marble, weight 5,500 tons, and took over two years to complete. It contains one of the largest and the finest Carillons in the world, consisting of 53 notes the smallest bell weighing 11 pounds, while the largest weighs over 11 tons. This beautiful Sanctuary and wonderful Singing Tower were given to the people by Mr. Edward W. Bok as a symbol of beauty, and as an expression of his thanks to America.
F.K. 94- General Florida Scene in Natural Color
Curteichcolor 3-D Natural Color Reproductions (Reg U.S.A. PAT. OFF.)
POST CARD
PLACE
STAMP
HERE
9C-K1493

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Archivist's Comment

Mackenzee Mott
2/16/16
Edited - jsp - 4/12/16

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Citation

“Florida's Majestic Singing Tower and Its Reflection,” FSU Card Archive, accessed January 17, 2018, http://fsucardarchive.org/items/show/4600.

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