Postcard of the Ponce de Leon Monument, looking Southeast

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Material Information

Title:
Postcard of the Ponce de Leon Monument, looking Southeast
Series Title:
Large Block and Lot Photographs, St. Augustine
Uniform Title:
Plaza de la Constitucion
Physical Description:
Unknown
Donor:
Archival ( donor )
Publisher:
Florida Souvenir Co.
Physical Location:
Box: 3-3
Folder: Plaza I - Public Mkt, Obelisque, etc.

Notes

General Note:
Ponce De Leon Monument and Circle; Oldest City, U.S.A.; St. Augustine, Florida; This magnificent statue of Ponce de Leon, first citizen of St. Augustine and the discoverer of Florida in 1513, holds a commanding position overlooking beautiful, silvery-blue Matanzas Bay, at the entrance to the "Bridge of Lions," in the nation's oldest city.; Photo by Beaudoin's Studio; Florida Souvenir Co., 72 Spanish Street, P. O. Box 494, St. Augustine, Florida; 102536

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
East Plaza Lot
System ID:
USACH00091:00012


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Ponce De Leon Monument and Circle
Oldest City,U.S.A. PLACE St. Augustine, Florida STAMP This magnificent statue of Ponce de Leon, first citizen of St. Augustine and the discoverer of HERE Florida in 1513, holds a commanding position overlooking beautiful, silvery-blue Matanzas Bay, at the entrance to the "Bridge of Lions," in the nation's oldest city. POST CARD

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Photo by Beaudoin's Studio 102536