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Color postcard of a staged looking camp scene at Silver Spring. Two women are pounding corn. Three women, a man and five children are standing around with large trees and chickees in the background. On the reverse of the postcard is printed, "Seminole Indian Family. These early Americans have re-established their home at Silver Springs, Florida. Also see colorfully dressed Seminole Indians grinding corn and "at home" in their village. Alligators put to sleep! Rattlesnakes "milked" for venom! Giant Alligators - Turtles - Lizards - Exotic Birds - Flamingos - Wild Animals. Have picture taken with pet snake or riding giant tortoise. Guided demonstration tours all day, every day. Ross Allen's Reptile Institute. Seminole Indian Village. Silver Springs, Florida. Color photo by J. R. Yaegel at Ross Allen's Reptile Institute. A "True-To-Life" Natural Color card by Florida PreVues, New Port Richey, Florida. S3650." There is no handwritten message on the back of the postcard.