Publication: Curteich-Chicago, 1951, Chicago
6 - 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" bright, colorful and unused postcards showing various scenes in Wakulla Springs Florida, which is located fifteen miles south of Tallahassee. Postcards were produces using C.T. Art Colortone, a five-color process made on linen finish stock from a black and white photo. Views include Front View of Wakulla Springs Lodge Showing Sand Beach and Springs in Foreground (1C-H327); "Henry," the pole Vaulting Fish -- A Veteran Performer for Sight-Seers and World Famous for his Capers (1C-H488); View of Swimming Area Showing Diving Tower in Background (1C-H480); View from Sight-Seeing Boat on Jungle Cruise showing Limpkin, one of Rarest Birds in North America (1C-H482); Sight-Seers Enjoy Breath-Taking Scenes Along Jungle Cruise (1C-H492); and Enjoying Underwater Scenes from Glass Bottom Boat (1C-H487). Fine.
Inventory Number: 45054