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Color photograph postcard of a Seminole woman standing in front of a palm tree. The woman is wearing a green skirt and a pink blouse under a shear cape. The traditional strands of beads are worn around her neck in yellow, blue, black, and red.
Printed in green ink on the back is "G. 443 - Gulf Stream card & distributing co., Miami, Florida. Native Florida Indian Costume. Curteichcolor. 3D Natural Color Reproduction (Reg. USA Pat. Off.). The postcard has a 8 cent stamp with the face of President Eisenhower. The postmark is stamped with "Key West, FL, Mar 2, 1975." The handwritten message on the back is written in blue ball-point pen. It reads, "3-2-75. Hi fella, How are you? This is one of a Tribe of the Miccosumus Key. Interesting country - alligators + crocodiles + vultures - cormorants- pelicans - herons + many more birds. We are in Key West the last island at Tip of Florida, 90 miles from Cuba. Beautiful blue-green water and nice and worm. Wish you were here. Love Mama and Al." The address is: Master Stephen Roundtree, 99 Ward St., S. Hingham, Mass. 02043."
|Title||Native Florida Indian Costume|