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- Tags: Central Florida
Tags: 17-92; 7th Street; A3-D; band shell; Big Tree Park; Central Florida; City of Sanford; Columbus, Christopher; Cuban Missile Crisis; deputy directory; Disney; Disney Corporation; Disney World; Division of Historical Resources; environmental consultant; Ezekiel’s Travels; Fairbanks; Fairbanks Ave.; Fairbanks Avenue; Fisher, Serena; Florida Alliance; Florida Department of State; Garner, Elvira; Georgetown; grant writer; Greenway; Hopper; Hopper Academy; I-4; Interstate 4; Interstate Highway 4; maypole; McLaughlin, Ian; mechanic; National Register of Historic Places; navigator bombardier; Orlando-Sanford Airport; Orlando-Sanford International Airport; parade; Park Avenue; Patuxent River; PHC; Reconstruction; rehabilitation; Richards, Storm Leslie; Sanford Civic Center; Sanford Grammar School; Sanford State College; SCC; School Board of Seminole County; Seminole; Seminole Community College; Seminole County; Seminole High; Seminole High School; Seminole HS; senator; senior planner; Seventh Street; SHS; SSC; State of Florida; Storm L. Richards & Associates; Storm L. Richards & Associates, Inc.; Student Museum; Toll Way; TU; Tulane; Tulane University; U.S. Route 17-92; UCF Public History Center; UF; University of Florida; Urban Re-Use and Planning Department; Vigilante; WDW; zoo
Tags: ACA; Affordable Care Act; art studios; Bath, England; Bones Mackay; Brenna Broadway; British Parliament; Buckingham Palace; Carol S. Grigas; Central Florida; classical guitars; Croydon High School; Daytona State College; Democrats; Doug Peterson; DSC; educators; elderly; Eli Young Band; Exeter College; Flagler County; Florida Georgia Line; Florida League of Cities; healthcare; History Skill Building Project; Ian Jones; immigrants; immigration; Jim Mackay; John Hopkins University; John Robert Grooms, Jr.; Karen Botta; Lesley Mackay; Lesley Mackay Heiser; Los Angeles, California; Magnolia Street; Margaret Hilda Roberts; Margaret Hilda Thatcher; Margaret Thatcher; Mayor of New Smyrna Beach; mayors; McCormick, Zachary; Mickelson, Phil; New Smyrna Beach; Ormond Beach; Phoenix, Arizona; planning boards; politicians; Portland, Maine; Richard Spangler; Roger Levinson; Sally Mackay; Sally Mackay Spangler; Sally Spangler; School of Behavioral and Social Sciences; SCORE; senior citizens; Shannon Haley; Surrey, England; teachers; The Hub on Canal; The Hunger Games; The Voice; Thomas Mackay; ukuleles; VGMC; Volusia Council of Governments Executive Board; Volusia County; Volusia County Growth Management Commission; Volusia League of Cities; Zachary McCormick
Tags: agriculture; ants; Apopka; Black Hammock; C. R. Clonts; C. R. Clonts Associated Growers; C. S. Lee; cattle; cattle ranch; cattle ranches; celery; Central Florida; Charles Simeon Lee; citrus; Clonts, Thelma Lee; farmers; farming; fire ants; Florida Avenue; Historical Society of Central Florida; irrigation; Joseph Morris; Lake Apopka; Lake Charm; Lawton Elementary School; Linda McKnight Batman Oral History Project; Mitchell Hammock; mules; Museum of Seminole County History; NAS Sanford; Naval Air Station Sanford; OHS; orange groves; Orange Memorial Hospital; oranges; orlando; Oviedo; Oviedo High School; Rex Clonts, Jr.; Rex Clonts, Sr.; Robert Lee; Sanford; seed bed; seed beds; Seminole County; Slavia; Tampa; Thelma Lee; Thelma Lee Clonts; tourism; UCF; University of Central Florida; University of South Florida; USF; Walt Disney; Walt Disney World; Walter Elias Disney; Zellwood
Tags: 101st Airborne Division; 14th Amendment; 15th Amendment; 99th Fighter Squadron; A Red Record; African Americans; Afro-Cubans; American Civil War; Anderson, Patrick; Asa Philip Randolph; Atlanta Exposition; Bahamians; Barton, Juanita; beach; beaches; Bethel Baptist Institutional Church; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune, Mary McLeod; Black Cabinet; Booker Taliaferro Washington; Brevard County; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; Brown v. Board of Education of Topek; bus boycotts; Callovi, Andrew; Central Florida; Cepero, Laura; Chambers v. Florida; Chaney, James; Charles Kenzie Steele; Chicago, Illinois; civil disobedience; civil rights; Civil Rights Act of 1875; Civil Rights Act of 1964; Civil Rights March; Civil Rights Movement; Clara White Mission; Cocoa; Cocoa Elementary School; Confederates; Constitution; Constitutional League of Florida; Cook, Jennifer; Cookman Institute; Corbett, Joseph Francis II; Dale Mabry Field; Davis, Ed; Davis, John A.; Daytona Beach; Democratic Party; desegregation; discrimination; disfranchisement; Double V Campaign; Dwight David Eisenhower; Eartha M. M. White; Eartha Mary Magdalene White; Eatonville; educators; Eisenhower, Dwight D.; Englehardt, Tanya; equal pay; exhibits; FDR; Federal Council of Negro Affairs; Fifteenth Amendment; Florida Civil Rights Act; Florida Memorial college; Florida Photographic Collection; Florida Streetcar Segregation Law; Florida Supreme court; Florida Teachers Association; Flynn, Jacob; Fort Lauderdale; Fourteenth Amendment; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Franklin, William; Freedom Riders; Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Garvey, Marcus; Gary, Bill; Gibson v. Board of Public Instruction of Dade County; Goff, Cynthia; Goodman, Andrew; Grant, Ulysses S.; Great Depression; Greensboro Sit-in; Greensboro, North Carolina; Groveland; Groveland Four; Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc.; Hawkins, Virgil D.; Holland; Houser, Barbara; Houston, Texas; Howard, Willie James; Hurston, Zora Neale; Ida Bell Wells-Barnett; Ike Eisenhower; Jacksonville; Jakes, Wilhelmina; Jim Crow South; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; KKK; Knoxville, Tennessee; Ku Klux Klan; Library of Congress; Lincoln, Abraham; Literary and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls; Little Rock 9; Little Rock Central High School; Little Rock Nine; Little Rock, Arkansas; Live Oak; Lloyd, Rustin; lynchings; Madison County; Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr.; Marshall, Thurgood; Mary Jane McLeod Bethune; McCall, Willis V.; McDivitt, Anne Ladyem; Miami; Michael Henry Schwerner; Mississippi Plan; Montgomery Bus Boycott; Montgomery, Alabama; Moore, Harriette V.; Moore, Harriette Vyda Simms; Moore, Harry T.; Moore, Harry Tyson; NAACP; National Afro-American League; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; National Equal Rights League; NERL; New Deal; New York; Niagara Movement; Ocoee Massacre; Ocoee Riot; Omaha, Nebraska; Orchard Villa Elementary School; Palatka; Parks, Rosa; Patterson, Carrie; Payne, Jesse; Petitt, Joshua; Plessy v. Ferguson; Progressive Voter's League; protests; Pulaski, Tennessee; race relations; race riots; racial equality; racism; Randolph, A. Philip; Reconstruction; Red Summer of 1919; Republican Party; Robert Cassanello; Rosa Louise McCauley Parks; Rosewood Massacre; Saunders, Robert; Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; Schwerner, Michael; Scottsboro Boys; Scottsboro, Alabama; SCOTUS; segregation; Selma, Alabama; separate but equal; Shepard; sit-ins; slavery; Sociedad la Union Marti-Maceo; soldiers; South Carolina; Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases; St. Augustine; State Library and Archives of Florida; Steele, C. K.; Supreme Court; Supreme Court of the United States; Syracuse, New York; Tallahassee; Tallahassee Bus Boycott; Tampa; teachers; The Long History of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Florida; Timothy Thomas Fortune; To Secure These Rights: The Report of the President's Committee on Civil rights; Truman, Harry S.; Turnbull, Lindsey; Tuskegee University; Tuskegee, Alabama; U.S. Armed Forces; U.S. Army; U.S. Supreme Court; UF; UNIA; Union; Universal Negro Improvement Association; University of Florida; veterans; voting; voting rights; Voting Rights Act of 1965; W. E. B. Du Bois; wade-ins; Waldron, J. Milton; Washington, Booker T.; Wells, Ida B.; Wetmore, J. Douglas; white supremacy; White, Clara; William Edward Burghardt Du Bois; Williams, Alice; Willis Virgil McCall; Wolfe, Jon; Woolworth; Woolworth's; World War II; WWII
Tags: 11th Street; 1st Street; 501(c)(3); Bagg, Elmer; Baggs; Bram Towers; Broadway; Celery Ball; Celery Soup: Florida’s Folk Life Play; Central Florida; Central Florida Community Arts; Clarke, Alicia; Colquitt, Georgia; community theater; Creative Sanford, Inc.; Crooms Academy of Information Technology; David Maus Toyota; Disney; Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center; Dreamers and Schemers; Eleventh Street; First Street; fourth wall; Generations; Grandma Moses; Grease; Great Gatsby; Holocaust and Interfaith Council; Hopper Academy; Humanities Council; I-4; Interstate-4; John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts; Kalayla; Knight, Margot H.; Made - Not Bought; Maus, David; Mayfair Country Club; Mercedes-Benz; Mica, John L.; Miller, Mark; Mr. Baggs; oral history; Orlando, Florida; Princess Theater; race relations; Reisz, Autumn; Remade - Not Bought; Rib Ranch; RICHES Mosaic Interface; RICHES of Central Florida; Roman-Toro, Freddie; Sanford; Sanford Museum; Sanford Welcome Center; Seminole Cultural Arts Council; Serenity Towers; Sleeping Beauty; Spam-A-Lot; Swamp Gravy; Swamp Gravy Institute; Talks From the Stalks; Taylor, Jeanine; The Holocaust; The Princess Players; The Sanford Herald; The Villages; theater; theater manager; Thompson, Trish; Tony Award; Touch and Go; Uncle Dieter; United Art of Central Florida; Wicked
Tags: 77th Division; Altamonte Springs; American Type Founders Company; Apopka; Apopka City Hall; Apopka Fire Department; Apopka Hardware and Supply Company; Apopka Heights Subdivision; Ayers Electric Company; Babson, Roger W.; Big Audubon Park Project; Bok, Edward; Bowman, T. B.; Brisbane, Arthur; Bryan, Conn; Bryan, William Jennings; Buckannon, West Virginia; Cabinet sewing machine; Camp Jackson; Campbell cylinder press; Capper, Arthur; Catts; Central Avenue; Central Florida; Charleston, West Virginia; city commissioner; City Commissioner of Apopka; city hall; Collier, B. B.; Collier, Barron; congressman; Conners, William J.; Console sewing machine; Crowley; Curry Electric Company; Dade City; Davis, West Virginia; Desk Model sewing machine; Desk sewing machine; Dream Lake; Edison, Thomas; Edmonds, Richard H.; Edwards, William; Falmouth Punching machine; Fisher, Carl; Florida Land and Fruit Company; Forbes, B. C.; Ford, Henry; France; Free Sewing Machine Company; Free Six Drawer sewing machine; Free-Westinghouse; Free-Westinghouse Electric sewing machine; French Army; Gillion, J. M.; governor; Hager; Haines, Charles D.; Hall, A. M.; Hall, Albert M.; Hall, D. F.; Hall, M. Jessie; Hermans, S. M.; Horney Brothers; Jackson, Carl; Jefcoat, Glover; Jennings; Johnson Electric Company; Johnson, A. B.; Jones, Charlie; Lake Apopka; Lee cylinder press; Lehmann, Karl; Linotype; Lovell & Harris; Lovell, A. J.; Lovell, Lee F.; Lovell, M. Jessie Hall; MacWhorter, Olive J.; MacWhorter, W. E.; Madison Square Garden; Mahaffey; Martin, A. O.; Martin, John; McDowell, Frank; McNaughton, D. P.; Mergenthaler Linotype Company; Miller Saw Trimmer; Miss Apopka; Mitchell; Moffett; Montverde School; Morrey, E. B.; Moses, G. M.; New Orleans; New York; newspaper; Orange Avenue; orange county; Orange County Chamber of Commerce; orlando; Orlando and Orange County Advertising Club; Pine Street; popka Printing Company, Inc.; Roberts, E. Mason; Sanford; sewing machine; Showalter; Single Keyboard Model; Squires, Q. R.; State Bank of Apopka; Taltnn, William G.; Tampa; The Apopka Chief; The Dade City Banner; The National Pilgrim; The Plant city courier; Waite, Leslie; Waite, Leslie P.; Walker's Market; Walkers Electric Company; Wells, Lee; Wells' Gap; West Virginia; West Virginia Association; Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company; Winter Garden; Winter Park; Winter Park Electric & Construction Company; Wire Stitcher; Witherington Block; Witherington, Harry P.; Youth's Companion; Yowell-Drew Company; Zepp, F. E.
Tags: 13th Street; celery; Central Florida; chamber of commerce; cold storage; construction; crops; distribution; Dorner, Fred; farmers; farmers’ market; Federal Emergency Relief Administration; federal government; FERA; French Avenue; fruit; Kiwanis Club; produce; Sanford; Sanford State Farmers' Market; Seminole Agricultural Club; Seminole County; The Sanford Herald; Thirteenth Street; vegetable; wholesale
Sanford Farmers Market is Third Largest in State: Annual Business is Around $700,000 in Florida Products
Tags: 13th Street; Arcadia; Balmes, George; Bonifay; Branford; Bushnell; Central Florida; Chase and Company; Chipley; citrus; Cocoa; commissioner; Commissioner of Agriculture; cooling room; Dade City; Dawson, C. R.; DeFuniak Springs; Dorner, Fred F.; Dunn, Charles Sr.; farmers; farmers’ market; federal government; Florida City; Fort Pierce; French Avenue; fruit; Haines, B. F.; Holly Hill; Jay; Johnson, Alex R.; La Belle; Lake City; Lee, Charles; Leffler, William A.; Lehman, H. J.; Lehman, Karl; Live Oak; Marianna; Mayo, Nathan; Meisch, Frank; Meisch, John; Nickel, Henry; packing house; Papworth, Harry M.; Pompano Beach; Postal Telegraph; Rhodes, L. M.; Sanford; Sanford State Farmers' Market; Sanford State Farmers' Market Advisory Board; Schmach, Gus; Seminole County; Starke; Thirteenth Street; Titusville; Tooke, Harry; vegetable; Wauchula; Western Union; wholesale; Wight, Ralph B.; Williston
Notables to Be Here for Dedication: Public Urged to Join High State Officers in Ceremonies Set for 2:30 Tomorrow
Tags: 13th Street; ACL; administrator; Apgar, T. K.; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; Brant, Martin J.; Central Florida; chamber of commerce; City of Sanford; commissioner; Commissioner of Agriculture; congressman; dedication; Dorner, Fred F.; farmers’ mark; farming; Federal Emergency Relief Administration; FERA; Florida Governor; Florida State Comptroller; Florida State Marketing Commissioner; Florida state senator; Florida State Treasurer; French Avenue; governor; Hiatt, S. W.; Knott; Lee, J. M.; Leffler, William A.; Lehmann, Karl; marketing; Mayo, Nathan; Meisch, John; Michael, J. G.; O'Kelley, E. B.; O'Kelley, E.B.; Papworth, Harry M.; Parrish, J. J.; Rhodes, L. M.; Sanford; Sanford Rotary Club; Sanford State Farmers' Market; Scholtz, David; Sears, Joe; Seminole County; senator; Shinholser, S. O.; Shinholser, S.O.; Smith, W. R.; superintendent; Swope, O. P.; The Sanford Herald; Thirteenth Street; Thurston, Peter; Valdez Hotel; Walker, J. P.; warehouse; WDBO; wholesale; Williams, Susan; Williams, William N.
FERA Will Furnish Labor, Materials to Build Market Here: Immediate Construction of $75,000 Plant Authorized at Meeting Today
The Sanford State Farmers' Market, located at 1300 South French Avenue,…
Tags: 13th Street; Balmes, George E.; Central Florida; City of Sanford; commissioner; Commissioner of Agriculture; Connor, Jerome A.; construction; Dorner, Fred F.; farmers' market; Federal Emergency Relief Administration; FERA; Florida Agricultural Mortgaging Board; Florida Department of Agriculture; French Avenue; Johnson, Alex R.; Mayo, Nathan; Packard, Rex; Rhodes; Sanford; Sanford State Farmers' Market; Seminole Agricultural Club; Seminole County Chamber of Commerce; Sholtz,David; South Florida; The Sanford Herald; Thirteenth Street