Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Mid-Century West Coast Florida - Spook Hill

This week I'm sharing some postcard views of Florida's west coast, images from the 1940s and '50s. Each day, Monday through Friday, comes a new scene from the Sunshine State's tourist past.

Quoting from the back of the (hand-dated, 1952) postcard: "Here playful ghosts apparently seize your car and in defiance of the laws of gravity and your previous experience in such matters, roll your vehicle gently backward uphill, while they chortle in unholy glee at your mystification."

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