Title: Postcards (Royal Palm Park)
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the May Mann Jennings Papers
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Title: Postcards (Royal Palm Park)
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Subject: Jennings, May Mann, 1872-1963.
Royal Palm State Park (Fla.)
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ROYAL PALM LODGE, ROYAL PALM STATE PARK, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. 961zs


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7The Royal Palm Lodge, well equipped and inviting, _-
is situated near the entrance to the Park. DI-- .-.
ant rooms with hot and cold water and I.. r, "' ''
lights may be had at reasonable rates. I*,1. I "
meals, special luncheons and afternoon teas a l -.
served. All visitors are requested to register at "''
Lodge and to avail themselves of its hospitality s. ITH-I. V E F E i, lI
Picnic Grounds are provided for out-door lunh- -
eon parties In pr- --;,,i this wonder sr po, J i ,,/ -
from the hand of I- foir this and future
generations your moral support and financial co-
operation are earnestly invited.





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The Park Contains 4000 Acres:-960 acres ceded
by the State of Florida in 1915, 960 acres do-
nated by Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, and 2080 acres
ceded by the State of Florida in 1921.
Tropical Jungle, unlike any other in the United
States, covers over 300 acres of the tract. The
growth in this jungle is botanically West Indian.
Here may be seen royal palms over 100 feet in
height, stately oaks bearing cascades of silver moss,
tropical' orchids, ferns 'and vines.


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INTERIOR, ROYAL PALM LODGE, ROYAL PALM STATE PARK, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. 96128






"The Royal Palm Lodge, well equipped and inviting,
is situated near the entrance to the Park. Pleas-
ant rooms with hot and cold water and electric
lights may be had at reasonable rates. Delicious
meals, special luncheons and afternoon teas are
served. All visitors are requested to register at the
Lodge and to avail themselves of its hospitalities.
Picnic Grounds are provided for out-door lunch-
eon parties. In preserving this wonder spot
from the hand of the vandal for this and future
generations your moral support and financial co-
operation are earnestly invited.


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The Park Contains 4000 Acies:-960 acres ceded
by the State of Florida in 1915,' 960 acres do-
nated by Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, and 2080 acres
ceded by the State of Florida in 1921,
Trails provide access to the beauties and marvels
of the tropical forest.


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TROPICAL JUNGLE, ROYAL PALM STATE PARK, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA.
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Jungle, unlike any other in the
covers over 300 acres of the tract.
-. in this jungle is botanically West I
re may be seen royal palms over 100 fe
ght, stately oaks bearing cascades of silver
oical orchids, ferns and vines.
e Preservation of This Jungle in its nat....
undertaken by the Federation and has the
I of scientists who vouch for the scientific
: the fauna and flora of the Park.
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NATURAL MOAT PARTIALLY SURROUNDING "PARADISE KEY",


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The Park Contains 4000 Acres:-960 acres ceded
by the State of Florida in 1915, 960 acres do-
nated by Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, and 2080 acres
ceded by the State of Florida in 1921.
The Preservation of This Jungle in its natural
state is undertaken by the Federation and has the
approval of scientists who vouch for the scientific
value of the fauna and flora of the Park.
A Moat, 60 feet wide, surrounding "Paradise Key",
and bordered by a drive will be constructed as a
protection against prairie fires, which are a con-
stant menace to the existence of this jungle.


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