The Lamplighter Cafeteria, that used to help anchor U.S. 41 at Four Corners (Fifth Avenue South), is shown on this postcard. The building had other tenants and was razed only last year. "How in the world did an advertising postcard get saved in the first place and then end up with a postcard dealer 46 years later?" said Naples resident Bill Meek, who discovered this postcard at a Mount Dora event. "I can't imagine anyone saving a card like this, can you?"

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The Lamplighter Cafeteria, that used to help anchor U.S. 41 at Four Corners (Fifth Avenue South), is shown on this postcard. The building had other tenants and was razed only last year. "How in the world did an advertising postcard get saved in the first place and then end up with a postcard dealer 46 years later?" said Naples resident Bill Meek, who discovered this postcard at a Mount Dora event. "I can't imagine anyone saving a card like this, can you?"

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