Reddington's "Gator" Farm.

Reddington's "Gator" Farm.

Image Number

  • PC07329


  • 19--

Publication Info

  • Saint Augustine, Fla. : W. J. Harris Co., [19--].

Series Title

General Note

  • Number on back, bottom center: R-31516.
  • In the late nineteenth century, George Reddington and Felix Fire began collecting alligators on Anastasia Island; they founded the St. Augustine Alligator Farm at South Beach in 1893.
  • Accompanying note: "On this farm you see the tiny Gator emerging from his shell and the mammoth man eater. Largest in the world. Located at South Beach, St. Augustine, Fla."

Physical Description

  • 1 postcard - hand-colored - 9 x 14 cm.

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Reddington's "Gator" Farm. 19--. Hand-colored postcard, 9 x 14 cm. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <>, accessed 28 October 2016.


Reddington's "Gator" Farm. 19--. Hand-colored postcard. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 28 Oct. 2016.<>.

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(State Archives of Florida)