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The Weeki Wachee Mermaids don the costumes for their all new 1966 Underwater Mermaid show, "Mermaid Follies," as they pose with the giant Queen Conch Shell at Florida's Weeki Wachee....located at the Florida west coast junction of U.S. 19 and Florida 50.

The Weeki Wachee Mermaids don the costumes for their all new 1966 Underwater Mermaid show, "Mermaid Follies," as they pose with the giant Queen Conch Shell at Florida's Weeki Wachee.located at the Florida west coast junction of U.

Underwater Dream Girls - Weeki Wachee, Florida

The entire cast of the Weeki Wachee Mermaids 1968 production, “UNDERWATER DREAM GIRLS” pose for photographers on the banks of the huge spring in which they present their daily underwater performances.

Swampy’s Florida Historic Photos: Oranges in the Land of Sunshine, 1960 : http://swampysflorida.com/?p=7858

Orange Grove ~ Swampy’s Florida Historic Photos: Oranges in the Land of Sunshine, 1960

Vintage Photo: Weeki Wachee Mermaids FL

Weeki Wachee Spring, Florida mermaids at play vintage postcard Colorful card is in excellent vintage condition

Florida Memory - View of mermaid during performance at Weeki Wachee Springs

Over photographs digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida, the Florida Photographic Collection is the most complete online portrait of Florida available

How to See St. Augustine in One Day by Old Town Trolley. #OldTownTrolley #StAugustine #Sightseeing

Oldest town in the US settled by Spaniards. How to See St. Augustine in One Day by Old Town Trolley.

Vintage 50s Travel Brochure Silver Springs Florida

Vintage 50s Travel Brochure Silver Springs Florida FL 1950s Vacation Guide

Vintage Travel Brochure Silver Springs Florida - my grandparents lived not too far from there.

Vintage Vacation Ads | Blade Creative Branding | Blog | Marketing ...

A fun vintage Florida Vacationland advertisement makes a colorful kitschy shower curtain from Rebecca Korpita - perfect for that beach cottage bath or coastal home!

Florida Department of Natural Resources director Harmon Shields, right, and Clifford A. Willis with new manatee protection sign in Tallahassee (1970s). | Florida Memory

Florida Department of Natural Resources director Harmon Shields, right, and Clifford A. Willis with new manatee protection sign in Tallahassee

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