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Coconut palms in fruit.

Coconut palms in fruit.

[View of a street with coconut palms on both sides.]

[View of a street with coconut palms on both sides.]

Royal and Coconut Palms, Hibiscus, Palm Beach, Fla.

Shore residence near lighthouse on the Gulf of Mexico near Tampico. Coconut palms, etc., cars; Suburbs of Tampico, about six miles from the Gulf of Mexico. At a R.R. station (?) on Tampico branch of Mexican Central (?), palms, enclosed huts; Thatch roof, store! Near station Mexican Central R.R., the ladies; Pond in park.

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