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The postcard depicts two Seminole women in traditional dress standing outside in the grass. The paper copy ofthe archives acquisition form identifies one of the women as Sally Billy. Identified as Sally Buster rather than Sally Billy. Woman on right is Rosie Billie.
The description on the back of the card reads "Seminole Indian Girls at Aquaglades, showplace of the Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Color Photo by Robert F. Wasman".
The postcard was used and mailed and written in ink on the postcard is "Dear Mom & Dad We made it almost to Florida the first day. We are eating breakfast in Florida Ricky is eating a big hot cake and drinking orange juice love Glen and Ricky". The postcard is addressed to "Mr & Mrs G.C. Shaw 1803 Wycliffe Rd. Baltimore 34 MD 21234".
|Creator||Robert F. Wasman|