Alligators at Gatorland, 1996
Alligators at Gatorland, located at 14501 South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, Florida, in 1996. Gatorland is a theme park and wildlife preserve founded by Owen Godwin in 1949. In 1962, Godwin's son, Frank Godwin, designed an entrance in the shape of a large gator jaw, which has become a Central Florida icon known as The Mouth.
Original color photograph, 1996: Private Collection of Nancy Lynn Cepero.
Cepero, Nancy Lynn
Is Format Of
Digital reproduction of original color photograph, 1996.
Is Part Of
Orlando Collection, Orange County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
1 color photograph
Gatorland, Orlando, Florida
Copyright to this resource is held by Nancy Lynn Cepero and is provided here by RICHES of Central Florida for educational purposes only.
"Episode 34: Disney and Smaller Attractions." RICHES of Central Florida. http://riches.cah.ucf.edu/audio/Ep34-Attractions.mp3.
"Episode 10: The Mouth: Central Florida Tourism Icon." RICHES of Central Florida. http://riches.cah.ucf.edu/audio/Ep10-TheMouth.mp3.
"From Tails to Tales." Gatorland. http://www.gatorland.com/files/History%20Page%20for%20linking%20purposes.pdf.
Godwin, Frank. Gatorland Zoo: World's Largest Alligator Far: A Book About Alligators and Gatorland Zoo. Kissimmee, Fla: Godwin's Gatorland, 1979.