35 1/2 Mile

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A "Joy Ride" in Florida

Item is a postcard labelled "A "Joy Ride" in Florida," sent from Aunt [Margaret?] in Leesburg, Florida to Bobbie Neilan [sic] at 35 1/2 Mile. The front of the card has an image of 9 African-American children riding a large alligator along a palm tree-lined stream.

On the back of the card is a handwritten message from the sender to her nephew Robert Jardine-Neiland. In the top left-hand corner is a printed poem. There is a green one-cent American postage stamp in the top right corner. The card is postmarked February 27 9 PM 1935 in Leesburg.

E. C. Kropp Co.

Burns' Statue Square, Ayr

Postcard labelled "Burns' Statue Square, Ayr," sent from Aunty Mary (Mary Rutherford?) in Ayr, Scotland to Bobby Jardine at 35 1/2 Mile. The front of the card has a tinted photograph of a square with buildings, horse-drawn carriages and a statue of Robert Burns.

On the back of the card is a handwritten message from Aunt Mary to Robert Jardine. There is a red one-cent British stamp in the top right corner. The card is postmarked 4.30 PM October 6 1923 in Ayr.

Neiland cabins on Alpha Lake

Photograph of the Neiland house at Alpha Lake. This was their house in their first logging operation at Alpha Lake (Mile 35 1/2) before they moved to the Function Junction area (Mile 34 1/2).

North Berwick from the Beach

Postcard labelled "North Berwick from the Beach," sent from Aunty M. (Mary Rutherford?) to Mr. Bobbie Jardine. On the front of the card is a tinted photograph of a sandy beach with multiple people atop large rocks in the foreground. In the background is a village, with a large hill rising in the far distance.

On the back of the card is a handwritten message from Aunty M. in North Berwick to Robert Jardine-Neiland at 35 1/2 Mile. A red one-penny British stamp is in the top right corner. The card is postmarked 9:45 AM, November 24 1923, in North Berwick.