Spanish Shell Mound, New Smyrna, Florida
"New Smyrna, Florida. Old Spanish Shell Mound. Attributed to the appetites of the Aborigines and the early Spanish adventurers. This is one of the immense piles of shells, twenty feet high, which are now mined to form the beautiful shell roads so prevalent throughout Florida."
published circa 1920s by Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland,
ME., U.S.A. #26491. Postcard collection of Roy Winkelman.
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