1917 The Sunny South I

These postcards are from a Souvenir Folder of the Sunny South. They were sent to Aida Austin from Chattanooga, in October 1917. So I assume the folder was from Mortimer McKinley Austin, Aida’s nephew. The images were sent in 1917, but I don’t know when the original photos were taken.

A Southern Barbecue.

Sugar Cane.
Rosin ready for export.
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