|Scope & Content||
Color linen type postcard with an image of a Seminole woman showing two young Seminole girls the art of making baskets. The caption at the bottom left of the image is "Never too Young to Learn, Tropical Hobbyland Indian Village, Miami." This postcard has the textured feel of linen postcards with a high-rag content (1930-50s).
The reverse of postcard has blue printing on it. This text is "Never too Young to Learn. These young Seminole girls are getting and early start on the art of basket making. In addition, even before they are able to walk, they will receive instruction in beadwork and needlework. One of the reasons for Seminole women's famed proficiency in handicrafts. Photo taken at Florida's finest Indian Village, Tropical Hobbyland, NW 27th Ave. at 15th St. Miami.", "Miami Post Card Co., 19 NW 11th St. Miami, Florida.", "80427 Approved AAA Attraction", " 'Tichnor Quality Views' Reg. U.S.Pat.Off. Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass."
5 7/16" x 3 7/16"
|Title||Never Too Young to Learn, Tropical Hobbyland Indian Village, Miami|
|Size||5 3/8'' x 3 1/2''|