Dive Into The Colorful Past Of Florida S Natural Wonders Hollis Plunges Readers Into The Nostalgic Waters Of Florida S Most Famous Springs Lavishly Illustrated With Rare Photos And Flyers, This Beautiful Book Celebrates The Classic Years Of 20th Century Florida Tourism Brian R Rucker, Author Of Treasures Of The Panhandle A Journey Through West Florida A Collection Of Quaint, Curious, And Sometimes Wonderfully Ridiculous Advertisements And Memorabilia From Florida S Big Five Springs This Volume Will Delight Readers Who Can Remember These Roadside Attractions In Their Heyday And Inspire Current Visitors To Support Their New Incarnations As Florida State Parks Tracy J Revels, Author Of Sunshine Paradise A History Of Florida Tourism Discover The Mermaids, Alligators, Underwater Mountains, And Glass Bottom And Submarine Boats Of One Of Florida S Most Fascinating Natural Wonders In This Visual Tour Of The State S Five Largest Springs, Collector Extraordinaire Tim Hollis Brings Together Postcards, Advertisements, Brochures, Signs, Flyers, And Souvenirs From The Early Days Of These Popular Roadside Attractions Since Tourists First Started Visiting The Sunshine State, They Were Drawn To These Liquid Gems Silver Springs, Wakulla Springs, Rainbow Springs, Weeki Wachee Spring, And Homosassa Springs Commercially Owned, They Toed The Line Between Mini Theme Park And Natural Attraction Today They Are Protected As State Parks And Continue To Lure Tourists And Nature Lovers Alike Remembering Florida Springs Explores The Curious Intersection Of Tourist Mecca And Wildlife Wonderland Sit Back And Take A Tour Of These Unique And Beloved Features Of The State S Natural Landscape Through Eye Catching Photographs And Memorabilia You May Just Want To Change Your Next Vacation Plans And Hop In Your Car To See Florida S Natural Springs.
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- 144 pages
- Remembering Florida Springs
- Tim Hollis
- 22 May 2019 Tim Hollis