Florida Postcards
Venice, Florida (1932-1970) 
Tommy Young Collection     
Tommy Young Collection      
Tommy Young Collection    
Tommy Young Collection    
Tommy Young Collection    
Tommy Young Collection    
Tommy Young Collection    
Tommy Young Collection    

1930 - 1940
Tommy Young Collection   
Tommy Young Collection   
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Alvin Lederer Collection, Naples, FL

Tommy Young Collection    

Check out the size of the palm trees..........



I have most of those postcards except for the last three. Look at the size of the trees in front of the building and then the size on the first few cards. I also have a book on the history of Venice Florida and how KMI coming in the mid 1930's really help save the town. Things were so bad that you could rent a new house in Venice for $5 a month and some people could not afford that. Venice was a town that was build overnight and almost disappeared overnight. 
Sidney Eline, KMI '62


Eau Gallie, FL

Contributed by Tommy Young '59                                                     

KMI's first Florida campus 
Eau Gallie, FL  [pre 1932]




This is a postcard with the Military Park postmark (very rare) dated 1919.
He is describing the view on the right showing (Highland Ave) leading to downtown Eau Gallie.




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