Old Florida  (Looks like the University of Florida in the 1950s, one of the older buildings in the background, co-eds taking Albert for a walk.)

Old Florida (Looks like the University of Florida in the one of the older buildings in the background, co-eds taking Albert for a

Tales of Old Florida edited by Frank Oppel and Tony Meisel

Author: Frank Oppel Published: May 2008 - 480 pages. Articles and essays selected from magazines published between 1870 and 1911 depict life in Florida at the turn of the century, especially hunting, fishing and exploring the wilderness.

1930's Florida farm house located on a former dairy farm that is now part of the Sunnyhill South Preservation Area near Weirsdale Florida.

Florida farm house located on a former dairy farm that is now part of the Sunnyhill South Preservation Area near Weirsdale Florida. Love the covered, screened porch.

Florida orange pickers in a grove, 1910

This Is What Florida Looked Like 100 Years Ago... It May Surprise You

Old Florida Orange Juice Stand near Mt. Dora

Found this wonderful old orange juice stand, long closed, on Hwy 441 just about a block and a half north of the intersection with Hwy 46 on the right. My husband tells me they used to sell all the OJ you could drink for 10 cents at these stands in.

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