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VISIONS OF THE CARIBBEAN

Cuban Royal Palms
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William Henry Jackson, 1843-1942.
Avenue of Palms, Havana.
Detroit: Detroit Photographic Co., ca. 1903.

The towering, majestic trees of the Caribbean have long been prized for their beauty and usefulness. Numerous species of palms exist in the Caribbean. Tall Royal Palms were planted along many streets and roads in Cuba and became a symbol of the island.

Image no. 1993-468-3

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