Royal Poinciana and Lighthouse
Key West Lighthouse (1848), Key West, FL Now this is one lighthouse that you'd need to shoot from a plane, or at least a crane. I don't know how you otherwise could do it. No matter from which angle I looked at it, there was always something in the way... AND I wanted the tree in the picture too. The first Key West lighthouse was built in 1826, and remained in active duty for about 20 years when a hurricane washed it away. The new Key West lighthouse was to be built on higher ground at a…
Fashion History Museum (Cambridge) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go - Updated 2021 (Cambridge, Ontario) - Tripadvisor
Jul 28, 2021 - Like food and shelter, clothing is a necessity as well as a cultural expression. The fashion industry employs millions of people around the world and is a driving force behind the global economy. B...
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Antebellum New Orleans Photography-a pictoral history
history of antebellum photography in new orleans, including old photographs, confederate soldier images and landscapes
Official Florida Keys Tourism Council News
Florida Keys news from the official Florida Keys Tourism Council. Discover all that a Florida Keys vacation has to offer when you visit and experience Key West, Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon and Big Pine Key.
A. Hays Town’s Baton Rouge Home Visited by Architect
A. Hays Town’s Baton Rouge home was visited byTexas Architect, Steve Chambers, who had the good fortune to meet and interview A. Hays Town, Jr.
BOOK PIECE A Large RARE Victorian Genuine Tortoise Shell Hair Comb Circa 1860
A Large Victorian Mantilla Hair Comb Made of Pre Ban Genuine Tortoiseshell Offered by Nouveau Motley Shop Home Page: http://www.NouveauMotley.etsy.com For your consideration is this beautiful pre ban genuine tortoise shell hair comb, circa 1860. It is photographed and featured in the Warman's Antique Jewelry Field Guide. It is masterfully hand carved with a detailed 3 dimensional spiral. It is in Fine conditon. There are two tiny cracks as the base of one prong, a chip to another, and a…