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|Name(s):||Norwood, Mary Lou, creator|
|Type of Resource:||still image|
|Date Issued:||circa 1950s|
|Publisher:||Heritage Protocol, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.|
|Identifier:||107873 (digitool), FSDT107873 (IID), fsu:9488 (fedora)|
"In the fresh-water marshes of the Everglades, the southern or "you all" branch of the big Florida snail family is found. Drainage projects have turned the large mollusk out of much of his former habitat. As a result the snail is disappearing and so is the rare Everglade kite, a bird that eats nothing except this particular snail." This photograph was used in an article that Mary Lou Norwood wrote for publication.
Personal photographs of Florida State College for Women/Florida State University student, Mary Lou Norwood, class of 1947 (BA, English). These photographs are a part of the Mary Lou Norwood Collection, 1941-2007 (Accession No. HP-2007-076). B/W.
Florida State College for Women
Florida State University
Norwood, Mary Lou
|Persistent Link to This Record:||http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/dt/107873|
|Restrictions on Access:||This image is the property of Florida State University. Its use is governed by U.S. and international copyright laws. To obtain a high-resolution copy of this image for a fee, please contact Florida State University Heritage Protocol.|
|Restrictions on Access:||This collection is open to all researchers.|
|Is Part Of:||
Mary Lou Norwood Collection, 1941-2007.
Heritage Protocol & University Archives, Florida State University Libraries, Tallahassee, Florida.