|Scope & Content||
Color linen type postcard of "Seminole Children at Tropical Hobbyland - M.166". The Seminole group includes two women, one man and eight children in patchwork standing in front of a chickee. This postcard has the textured feel of linen postcards with a high-rag content (1930-50s).
The reverse of the postcard is divided. The dark blue print reads, "Seminole Children at Tropical Hobbyland. A curious mixture of the old and new are the Seminole Indian youngsters seen here at Tropical Hobbyland, NW 27th Ave. at 15th St., Miami's foremost Indian Village. While being trained in the ancient arts and skills of their forefathers, these kids are also getting a formal education in the nearby public schools. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card (Reg.U.S.Pat. Off.)"
5 7/8" x 3 7/8"
|Title||Seminole Children at tropical Hobbyland|
|Size||5 3/8'' x 3 1/2''|