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Cluster of Alabaster Flowers, Floyd Collins' Crystal Cave. (Printed verso reads: "Nature has created in stone the likeness of field flowers deep under the surface of the earth where the light of day has never been seen, and never will be. The first human eyes to admire these delicate creations belonged to Floyd Collins who gave his life attempting to make his discoveries accessible to the public.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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