Advertisement for Miami, 1924

Advertisement for Miami, 1924

Transcript

Come To Miami
At the end of the Dixie Highway
In the Tropical Zone of Florida


As you approach this "Wonder City" you enter a new environment. You read the welcome to the tropics in the evergreen verdure lining the banks of beautiful rivers: the clear waters of many lakes; the broad surface of inland bays; magnificent homes set in tropic bowers; the palms, flowers and balmy air.

75 modern, comfortable hotels; 200 splendid apartment homes; 5,000 attractive furnished bungalows. Prices to suit all.

[photo captions] Beautiful Biscayne Bay, Miami. Avenue of Royal Palms, found only in the Miami Zone.

Winter temperature, 68.6 degrees. Surf bathing every day in the year. (Mid-Winter surf temperature, 72 degrees) Every summertime sport. 700 miles smooth motor roads. The liveliest resort in Florida.
Seven fine golf courses. The Fisherman's Paradise. Free band concerts daily.

SPEND YOUR VACATION AMID REAL TROPICAL SURROUNDINGS

WRITE MIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Source

State Library of Florida: Florida Collection, 917.59-F636 05

Description

Advertisement for Miami, the "Wonder City" located at the southern terminus of the Dixie Highway. Published on the rear cover of The Florida Times-Union's "Florida Roads and Resorts," 1924 edition.