Waterfall at Tropical Hobbyland
These young Seminoles have found a cool spot in the beautiful gardens of Tropical Hobbyland, world-famous tropical zoo and Seminole village, N.W. 27th Ave. at 15th St., Miami, Florida. The gardens are kept in "Flower Show" condition the year 'round by a crew of expert gardeners, and give many visitors their only opportunity to become closely acquainted with the many unique and beautiful flowering shrubs, plants and vines that have been transplanted here from tropical zones all over the world.
Like Father, Like Son!
"They're never too young to learn," is the motto of Henry Bert, one of the alligator wrestlers at Tropical Hobbyland Seminole Village, N.W. 27th Ave. at 15th St., Miami, Florida. Henry is showing his son the tricks of the alligator wrestler's trade, just as his father showed him when he was a boy. At Hobbyland exhibitions of alligator wrestling are held hourly, every day of the year.
Seminole Group at Tropical Hobbyland
Tropical Hobbyland Seminole Village, N.W. 27th Ave. at 15th St., Miami, Florida, is the home of this group of Seminole Indians. They live here just as their ancestors have lived in the Everglades for centuries. Hunting and fishing are the main occupations of the men, when not wrestling alligators, while the women are famed for their intricate needlework which produces the dresses and colorful shirts that you see here.