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New Smyrna: 1904

New Smyrna: 1904

1904. "East Coast Railway station, New Smyrna (Beach), Florida." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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In the carriage

Is the guy at the back of the carriage/ taxi rolling a cigarette, playing the harmonica or eating a sandwich?

Cropped Caption

That could be Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Rwy., still in business today.

Conformity

A thick Mustache seems to be mandatory.

[Not to mention long mossy Beards. - Dave]

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