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Everglades 1990 B37 Long Pine Key

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, Fla. — I think we’re still near Long Pine Key here. This is the last photo I have of the ‘Glades, because some jerk stole my camera at the hotel I was staying in in Fort Lauderdale. Somehow, these two rolls of film escaped his grasp — for that I am glad. Even though the Everglades are unforgettable, it’s nice to have this record of my visit. (David M. Lawrence)

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