Postcard: Pablo Beach near Jacksonville, Florida; August 11, 1924 (339)
Published by Duval News Company, Jacksonville, Florida.
On the Back:
Pablo Beach, showing thousands of automobiles and visitors, 18 miles from Jacksonville, one of the world’s finest beaches, presents a drive 40 miles along beaches 400 ft. wide at low tide, upon what cannot be excelled as motor highway. Thousands of visitors annually attracted by charm of surf bathing, and during the summer season Pablo Beach as well as Neptune and Atlantic Beaches which adjoin, are literally covered by thousands enjoying the wonders which abound.
In addition, there is a note written to Mrs. Muller that reads:
We arrived all O.K. just a little tired. Margaret feels ever so much better they all think she looks much better, with love to your daughter hope this finds your hand better. From Mrs. E. Will
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