|1934. (Click all images to enlarge.)|
From Florida Memory:
Tin Can Tourism
The opening of highways to southern states during the second decade of the twentieth century allowed newly mobile northerners and adventurous men and women from around the nation to see the unique sites and communities of Florida's interior, away from the more developed cities and destinations on the east and west coasts. After the completion of the Dixie Highway from Montreal to Miami in 1915, the number of automobile tourists increased dramatically every year, and Florida's rural areas and small towns began to change as well.
|Today - 6005 NE 2nd Ave.|
|Today - One of the remaining cottages.|
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