Escambia Farms, Florida. Boiling wash water on the McLelland farm, 1942
Fernandina Beach “Tabby House” “Image of a late 1800s North Florida home built from bricks made of concrete and local shells. Although lovingly referred to as "The Tabby House” by the owners and local residents, the building materials are not, strictly speaking, Tabby, which is a mixture of lime, sand, water, and crushed oyster shells. This house is listed on the US National Historic Register and is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture.“ Photo by TomFawls
Fresh Slices of Old Florida
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