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- Tags: Polk County
Tags: A. Duda & Sons; African Americans; agricultural labor; agriculture; alligators; Ann Kendrick; Apopka; Apopka City Council; bass; bass fishing; Bonita Springs; boycotts; Cape Canaveral; carrot houses; carrots; Cesar Chavez; César Estrada Chávez; citrus; City of Apopka; Crealdé School of Art; discrimination; Dowdell v. City of Apopka; E & J Gallo Winery; farms; Farmworker Association of Florida; farmworkers; ferneries; fernery; Gail Grimes; gators; Germans; Haitians; Hispanics; Hope CommUnity Center; Immokalee; Jared Muha; juice plants; kale; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; laborers; Lake Apopka; Lake County; Latinas; Latinos; lettuce; lupus; Mexican Americans; Mexicans; muck farms; Museum of the Apopkans; nonprofits; nuns; nurseries; nursery; Office for Farmworker Ministry; orange county; orange groves; oranges; pesticide exposure; pesticides; Peter Schreyer; Pierson; Plymouth; Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative, Inc.; Polk County; POW; POWs; Prisoner of War; Prisoners of War; race relations; racial conflict; racism; radish; radishes; religious sisters; Roman Catholic Church; Roman Catholicism; Roman Catholics; segregation; service learning; SLE; soldiers; Stomping Ground; systemic lupus erythematosus; The Last Harvest; turpentine; Vietnam War; wages; Walt Disney World Resort; William Donald Borders; Willis V. McCall; Willis Virgil McCall; Winter Garden; Winter Garden City Council; Winter Park; World War II; WWII
Tags: Bushnell; draft registration card; Florida National Cemetery; Haines City; James Lamarr Moore; Korean Conflict; Korean War, 1950-1953; military history; military service; national cemeteries, American; National Cemetery Administration; Polk County; United States Army; veterans; Veterans Administration; Veterans Legacy Program; World War II; World War, 1939-1945
Tags: 1935 Florida State Census; Bushnell; census; Florida National Cemetery; Haines City; James Lamarr Moore; military history; military service; National Cemetery Administration; Polk County; population; veterans; Veterans Administration; Veterans Legacy Program; World War II; World War, 1939-1945
Tags: Albert J. Chestnut, Jr.; Albert L. Nelson; Albert M. Jackson; Albert W. Ross, Jr.; Alex Bond; Alex F. Hatton; Algerine J. Jordan; Alton Banks; Alton F. Joyner; Alvorida Buzzes; Arthur B. Aultman; Barney D. Fletcher; Barney E. Cumming; Bayard T. Lang, Jr.; Bert A. Hare; Boyd A. Smith; Cecil F. Harrington; Cecil H. Brown; Chapman Q. Dykes; Charles D. Ford, Jr.; Charles E. Frederick; Charles F. Cristselous; Charles F. Jewett, Jr.; Charles H. Cribbs; Charles R. Taylor; Charles R. Thomas; Charles S. Johnson; Clarence E. Allen; Claud R. Gandy; Claude E. Hope; Claude E. Velboom; Clement C. Whitcomb; Cline E. Helm; Coleman Hinton; Copeland A. Forrester; Dewey E. Corbett; Douglas B. Clark, Jr.; Dozier S. Lovett, Jr.; Duncan C. Murphy; Earl G. Wells; Ed Jackson, Jr.; Edgar R. Todd; Edward C. Sapp; Edward E. Birge; Edward E. Durrance; Edward J. Elmore; Edwin J. Goolsby; Elvin H. Wagner; Emery Cooper; Engelhardt Von Hebel; Ernest C. Keen; Ernest W. Stewart; Frank J. Kecerman, Jr.; Frank L. Rutledge; Fred Medlin; George E. Thompson; George M. Avery, Jr.; Gilbert H. Myers; Gillis R. Harris; Glen L. Prevatt; Gordon C. Bonsack; Guy L. Dodd; H. D. Whitfield; Harlen H. Hoyt; Harold L. Vickers; Harold N. Horton; Harold R. Martin; Harry J. Chancey; Harvey L. Curtis; Haweda Coursey; Hayes Bessinger; Henry L. Stanfield; Henry Q. Flood; Herbert T. Barrow; Herle E. Rudy, Jr.; Hershel E. Phillippe; Hoke S. Turner; Horace F. Leaman; Hubert R. Molden; Ira E. Carter, Jr.; Irvin J. McDonald; J. T. Hoover; Jack Hancock; Jack Young; James A. Dowell; James A. Shaw; James B. Smith; James B. Stephens; James E. Coleman; James E. Moore; James E. Smith; James J. Jones, Jr.; James M. Burgess; James M. Buxton, Jr.; James R. Glenn; James T. Henry; Jesse J. Slate; Jessie C. Easterling; Joe T. Murphy; John B. Hancock; John C. Alford; John C. Call; John D. Mumford; John H. Grooms; John J. Kelly; John L. Moeller; John P. Hyman, Jr.; John P. Saclarides; John P. Williams; John T. Offutt; John W. Leonard; Johnny E. Allen; Joseph D. Coburn; Joseph N. Johnson, Jr.; Julian P. Feagle; Karl T. Willy; Kenneth T. Haynes, Jr.; Larry G. Semmens; Larry W. Kemp; Larue F. Cribbs; Lawrence C. Albritton; Lee A. Arrington; Leroy Lamb; Leslie H. Childs; Lewis J. Bowen; Littleton D. Bronson; Louis Bellow; Louis E. Thrasher; Louise W. Bosworth; Loyd A. King; Marion L. Hillhouse; Martin H. Tewes; Martin P. O'Toole; Marvin R. Hill; Marvin Spears; Max Keeves; McClery H. Harper; Melville C. Taillie; Milton O. Edwards; Milus R. Earwood; Murray O. Reed; Nathan G. Alderman; Naubert O. Simard; Newell F. Mills, Jr.; Oakley A. Bullington; Olie Hagans; Oliver Jackson; Orby L. Kelly; Oscar L. Drawdy, Jr.; Otto Ruegg, Jr.; Owen Kohl; Paul A. Spaduzzi; Paul E. Sly; Paul Rean; Pinellas County; Polk County; Preston N. Parker; ralph A. Daniel; Ralph H. Hamilton; Ralph H. Kline; Ralph W. Wallace; Ray D. B. Matthews, Jr.; Richard B. Surber, Jr.; Richard I. Reed, Jr.; Richard L. Haskins; Robert H. Todd; Robert L. Childress; Robert L. Colter; Robert L. Harrison; Robert L. Sadler; Robert S. Heald; Ross W. Clem; Roy Anderson; Roy D. Crozier; Russell P. Windmuller; Samuel P. Cole; Stephen F. Hancy; Thomas L. Graham; Thomas M. Edwards, Jr.; Thomas M. Nassett; Troy E. Hottinger; U.S. Army; USA; Vardra M. Hallman; veterans; W. H. Crawford; Walter H. Bradley; Wayne E. Bradley; Wayne E. Couch; Welford Twyman; Will Owens; Willard E. Creel; William E. Backus; William E. Nowling; William H. Beadles; William H. Crow, Jr.; William H. Lee; William L. Brown Henry C. Bryant; William L. Inseon; William Motsinger; Willie B. Calhoun; Willie Champion; Willis W. Jones; Winston S. Rogers; World War II; WWII; Young M. Davis, Jr.
Tags: Alachua County; Altoona; Arcadia; arrowroot; Art-Printing Works; Astor; Baker County; bananas; Bartow; Boardman; Bowling Green; Bradford County; Brevard County; Brooksville; Brownville; Caloosahatchee River; Candler; cassava; castorbeans; cattle; Centre Hill; Charlie Apopka; Charlie Creek; Charlotte Harbor; Chinese sand pears; Citra; citrus; Clay County; Cleveland; climates; coconuts; Columbia County; comtie; Conant; corn; cotton; DeSoto County; Dragem Junction; Duval County; East Lake Weir; Eustis; Evinston; field crops; fish; fisheries; fishery; fishing; Florida Commissioner of Land and Immigration; Florida Southern Railway Company; Fort Mason; Fort Meade; Fort Ogden; Francis; Fruitland Park; fruits; Ft. Meade; Ft. Ogden; Gainesville; Glendale; Grove Park; groves; guava; hammocks; Hawthorne; hemp; Hernando County; hogs; Hollister; Homeland; immigrants; immigration; indigo; Interlachen; Irish potato; Irish potatoes; Jacksonville; Japanese persimmon; Japanese plums; John W. Candler; John W. Weeks; John Welsh; Johnson; jute; Kendrick; Keuka; L.O. Garrett; Lady Lake; Lake County; Lake Eustis; Lake Harris; Lake Weir; Lane Park; LeConte pears; Lee County; Leesburg; lemons; Levy County; limes; Lochbie; Manatee County; Mannville; Marion County; Martin; Matthews, Northrup and Company; McIntosh; McKeein; Micanopy; Monroe County; Mount Tabor; Nassau County; Nocatee; nuts; Oak-Lawn; Ocala; Ocklawaha; Okahumpka; Orange Belt Railway; orange county; Orange Lake; oranges; Osceola County; Palatka; Peace River; peach; peaches; pecans; Pemberton Ferry; pineapple; pines; Polk County; population; Punta Gorda; Putnam County; railroads; railways; rain; ramie; Ravenswood; Reddick; rice; Rochelle; Sherman Conant; South Lake Weir; St. Johns River; Stanton; strawberries; strawberry; sugarcane; Sulphur Springs; Summit; Sumter County; swamps; sweet potato; sweet potatoes; Tavares; timber; tobacco; Umatilla; vegetables; Volusia County; Wait's Crossing; Wauchula; Webster; Welshton; Zolfo Springs
Tags: Altamonte Mall; amusement parks; architecture; Art Deco; Aventura Mall; Bee Line Expressway; Belk-Lindsey; Belk, Inc.; Boynton Beach Mall; Brickell Bay Office Tower; Burdines; construction; consumer shopping; Coral Square; Cutler Ridge Mall; DeSoto Square; Eastlake Square; Edward J. DeBartolo Corporation; English Victorian; EPCOT Center; Florida Mall; Florida State Road 527; Florida State Road 528A; Florida's Turnpike; Gulf View Square; I-4; Inns of the Americas, Inc.; Interstate 4; Ivey's; J. C. Penney Company; Jack E. Pratt; JCP; JCPenney; Jordan Marsh & Company; Lake County; landscaping; Mayfair in the Grove; Mediterranean Village; Melbourne Square; Miami International Mall; Montgomery Ward; Morrison's Cafeteria; OBT; Orange Blossom Trail; orlando; Osceola County; Paddock Mall; Palm Beach Mall; Penney's; Pinellas Square; Polk County; Pratt Hotel Corporation; retail; Robinson's; Sand Lake Road; Scandinavian; Sears, Roebuck & Company; shopping malls; shops; SR 527; SR 528A; stores; theme parks; tourism; tourist attractions; Tyrone Square; U.S. Route 17; U.S. Route 441; U.S. Route 92; US 17; US 441; US 92; Volusia Mall; Walt Disney World Resort
Tags: 3rd Street; 5th Avenue; 7th Street; A. B. Efrird; A. B. Shroud; A. D. Adair & McCarty Brothers; A. E. Buck; A. J. Bates; A. J. Ivey; A. J. Spradley; A. J. Sullivan; A. J. Weaver; A. L. Martin; A. M. Kendrick; A. M. Winfree; A. S. Colyar, Jr.; A. Strauss; A. Zeger; Aaron Coachman; abortions; Abraham Bell; Abraham Putnam; Adam Gillison; Adam Thompson; Alabama Penitentiary; Alachua County; Albert Cathey; Alex Henderson; Alexander Anderson; Alexander Ekstrom; Alexander Johnson; Alexander Mincey; Alexander Pitts; Alfred Clarke; Alfred Coffee; Alfred Jones; Alfred W. Burnett; Allan Pinkerton; Allen Ford; Alphens Martin; Amos cummings; Amos Jordan; Anderson McKinnon; Andrew Ellis; Andrew Wilson; Andrews & Martin; Apalachicola; Archer; Archie Loyd; arrest warrants; arrests; arson; arsonists; Asa Whitaker; assault; assault to murder; assault to rape; attempted murder; attempted rape; attorneys; B. A. Wrighstman; B. F. Bennett; B. H. Girele; B. R. Swoope; B. W. Bentley; bail jumpers; bail jumping; Bailey; Barbour County Sheriff's Office; Bartow; Ben Baker; Ben Lock; Ben Watkins; Benajmin F. Adams; Berrien Bryant; bigamay; bigamists; Bill Galvin; Bill Johnson; Bill Martin; Bill Rooth; Bill Sherson; Bill Williams; Billy Camble; Billy Campbell; Blitch; blood hounds; Bollock; Braxton Beacham; Broadway Street; Bronson; Brooks Johnson; Brooks Story; Brooksville; Broome; burglars; burglary; Burton H. Davy; Butch Bradley; Bynum; C. B. Easley; C. B. Hansel; C. C. Johnson; C. E. Hunter; C. F. Conerly; C. Gordon Hicks; C. J. Anderson; C. J. Perry; C. K. Dutton; C. K. Winston; C. P. Hoyt; C. P. Jolly; C. P. Kilgore; C. R. Scott; C. W. C. Wright; C. W. Hursy; Calvin Burton; Calvin Lockett; Cardinal Gibbons; Carl Bachman; Carmelo Salvati; Carson; cattle stealing; Cedar Key; Charles Adkins; Charles Badger; Charles Baldwin; Charles Bluemont; Charles Coleman; Charles David; Charles Johnson; Charles Martin; Charles O. Earnes; Charles P. Johnson; Charles Reddiford; Charlie Davis; Charlie Holmes; Charlie Reeves; Charlie Rose; Charlie White; Charlie Wood; Chataroi Road; Chattahoochee Brick Company; Ches Hughs; Chester Seymour; Chief of Police; Chief Pinion Detective Agency; Chipley; Christian Black; Citra; Clarence A. Seward; Clarence Tear; Clark; Clark Montgomery; Coffey & Hyer; Colorado State Penitentiary; Columbia City; Columbia County; Constantine Algero; convicts; Cooper Winn; cops; county government; Court Street; Creoles; crimes; criminals; Crosby; Cuff Patton; D. C. Hennessey; D. E. Mccarthy; D. U. Fletcher; Dade Coal Company; Dan Scott; Daniel; Daniel Rouse; David Caldwell; David N. Walker; Day & Gordon; Deaderick Street; detectives; detention; Dick Bell; Dimick; Doc Barrentine; Dock Rodgers; Dockie Carson; DOJ; Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, and Company; Duval County; E. A. McRae; E. A. O'Neal; E. B. Bailey; E. C. Vaughan; E. G. Elliott; E. H. Covas; E. J. Kelley; E. J. Young; E. R. Whitner; E. T. Dickinson; E. T. Williams; E. Upton Lovejoy; Earp's Detective Agency; Ed Curry; Ed Frazier; Ed S. Carr; Edgar Knowles; Edgward Eggleston; Edward A. O'Neal; Edward Asbury O'Neal; Edward Cunningham; Edward Sterling Harris; Edward W. Bannister; Ellaville; Ellis Phelan; Elmore Johnson; escaped convicts; Eueka Detective Agency; Eugene Day; Eugene Van Norman; Eureka Detective Agency; Eustis; Exchange Place; F. C. Buffum; F. C. Russell; Farrell & Boylan's Detective Agency; felonies; felony; Fernand B. Poupart; Fifth Avenue; Flem Spicer; Florida Penitentiary; Florida State Prison; Ford J. Perkins; forgers; forgery; Fort White; Francis P. Fleming; Francis Philip Fleming; Frank Blint; Frank C. Almy; Frank C. McNeilley; Frank Dusch; Frank J. Cassada; Frank White; Frank Williams; Fred Koehler; Fred numan; Fred Schmidt; Fred Spicer; fugitives; Furman's Job Print; G. B. Howard; G. E. Garretson; G. W. Shackleford; G. Walton; Galillard; George A. Hill David Dickson; George A. Searcy; George Allen; George Archer; George Brown; George Caldwell; George D. Bangs; George E. Malsby; George Favor; George G. Gurley; George Heyward Carpenter; George Johns; George King; George Manders; George Manhon; George Peuser; George W. Shackleford; George Washington; George Wells; Georgia Penitentiary; Gid H. Heck; Gilkinson's American Detective Bureau; government; grand larceny; Grant; Grant Bowlby; Graves Holt; Gravier Street; Graysville Penitentiary; Green Cove Springs; Gus Brown; Guss Story; Guy McLain; H. D. Ballard; H. H. Rudd; H. M. Huffaman; H. T. Gay; H. Williams; Haezen's Detective Agency; Haines City; Hall Trippe; Hamilton Story; Hampton Childers; Hampton Pinkney; Hardee; Hardin & Ramsey; Hardy Todd; Harmon Murray; Harris Miller; Harry Berry; Hartridge; Harvey Merrit; Hazen Detective Agency; Hennessey Commercial Detective Agency; Henry Allen; Henry Briscoe; Henry Davis; Henry Fish; Henry Griffin; Henry Hainey; Henry Johnson; Henry Lanier; Henry McTier; Henry Underwood; Henry Wilson; Henry Wright; Hertel; Highland; Hill Clark; Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office; Hooker; horse theft; horses; Hugh Conley; Hugh Jackson; Humphries & Sykesl R. R. Barrentine; I. H. Cook; incarceration; inmates; intent to murder; International Ocean Telegraph Company; Ira M. True; Ira M. True & Company; Isaac Sateur; Isaac Williams; Isac Cooms; J Q. Gallaway; J. A. Ewing; J. A. Hilliard; J. B. Gordon; J. Bartho Thrasher; J. C Anderson; J. C. Arnold; J. C. Geiger; J. C. Sawyer; J. D. Register; J. D. Wilson; J. E. Gaston; J. E. Haverfield; J. F. Milam; J. F. Rushin; J. F. Stallings; J. G. White; J. Galloway; J. H. Bankhead; J. H. Bear; J. H. Black; J. H. Fish; J. H. Hays; J. H. Mowatt; J. H. Twito; J. H. Wilhite; J. I. Town; J. Ira Gore; J. L. Clanton; J. L. Hilliard; J. L. Johns; J. M. Flemming; J. M. Holder; J. M. T. Petty; J. M. Williams; J. N. C. Stockton; J. Paul Russell; J. R, Perry; J. R. Porterfield; J. S. Barnett; J. S. Wood; J. W. English; J. W. McIntyre; J. W. West; Jack Baker; Jack Bowen; Jack Bryson; Jack Coleman; Jack Hall; Jack Scott; Jack Stemper; Jack Straughter; Jacksonville; Jacob Frey; Jacob Sheaner; jail breaks; jails; Jake Barber; Jake Jackson; James Allen; James Brady; James C. Snell; James Cannedy; James Cook; James Crawford; James E. Rice; James Geary; James M. Lewis; James Mitchell; James Morrison; James O. Archer; James Ora; James P. Martin; James Petit; James Roberts; James Slengle; James T. Garner; James Wiley; James Williams; Jap York; Jefferson County; Jeffrey Snell; Jennie Brinson; Jennings; Jerry Marshall; Jesse Middleton; Jessie Harris; Joe Crenelear; Joe Frisby; Joe Kelley; Joe Killebrew; Joe Pickett; Joe Weston; Joe Wiley; Joe Woods; Joe Young; John A. Pearce; John Brown; John Brown Gordon; John Cheek; John Cornish; John Culley; John Cummings; John E. Davis; John F. Morriss; John G. F. Powell; John H. Crawford; John H. Weber; John Harris; John Howard; John Jackson; John L. Crawford; John M. Breen; John McAleese; John McDuffy; John Monroe Benford; John Owens; John P. Long; John Polk; John R. Towers; John s. Town; John Smith; John Steward; John Summers; John Thomson; John W. RaymondJ. A. Woodall; John Webb; John Williams; John York; Johnson County; Johnson Spates; Jones & Garnet; Jordan Weathersby; Joseph Branch; Joseph Young; Judge Allen; Jules Anderson; Julias Caesar Anderson; Julius Anderson; Julius K. Ward; Julius Worley; K. P. Sumby; Kanawha Circuit Court; Katharine Handroff; kidnappers; kidnapping; Kissimmee; L. B. Story; L. B. York; L. F. Patterson; L. F. Pattinson; Lake City; Lake County; larceny; law enforcement; Lawrence Green; lawyers; Leesburg; Leon County; Levi G. Simmons; Levy County; Levy County Sheriff's Office; Lewis C. Cassidy; Lewis Carroll; Linck's Hotel; Lizzie Mitchell; Llloyd Williams; local government; Long Tom Shine; Lony Rutland; Louis C. Saliniere; M. C. Gantt; M. G. Bayn; M. H. Kelly; M. M. Willoughby; M. Smith; Mack Holloway; Madison; Madison County; Mahitable White; Main Street; Malachia Allen; Marion County; Mart Jackson; Mattie Jackson; Mattthew Burnett; McAlpin; McConnell; McFadden; McGowan Harman; McLeod, Cranford & Company; McLin; Miles Newburn; Milligan; missing persons; Monticello; Mooney & Boland Detective Agency; Moses Braxton; mules; murderers; murders; Mureland Yowns; Myers; N. B. Deatherage; Nashville Metropolitan Police; Nathan Barnes; Neal Taylor; New Orleans Cotton Exchange; New York State Reformatory; Nivision; Nixburg Beat; Nolan Smith; Northern District of Florida; Northern Pacific Express Company; O. A. Budington; O. J. Greenleaf; O. M. Ward; Ocala; Oisbin; Ollie T. Rice; orange county; Orange County Sheriff's Office; Order of Cincinnatus; orlando; Orlando Livery; Oviedo; P. J. Murphy; P. J. Rogers; P. S. Bartlett; Paduck Police; Palatka; Palmer; Parker House; Pascal B. Lang; Pat A. Clinton; Pat Corcoran; Patsy Washington; Peacock; penitentiaries; penitentiary; Pensacola; perjurers; perjury; Perry Vinson; Peter Barkey; Peter Cook; Peter Harrison; Phillip Bryant; Phillip Cook; Phinizee Williams; Phipps; Pine Street; Pinkterton's National Detective Agency; police; Polk County; polygamists; polygamy; Pope Leo XIII; Porter's National Detective Agency; Pratt Mines; Price Broyles; prison break; prison camps; prison escapes; prisoners; prisons; Quah Bivins; R. B. Cuthby; R. G. Hurley; R. J. Linden; R. M. Porter; railroads; Ralph Camfield; rape; rapists; Rees Walker; rewards; Reynolds & McLeod; Rice Gholson; Richard Benning; Richard Gardiner; Richard Graham; Richard Lawrence; Richard Lewis; Richard Meservey; Richard Moses; Richard Pelham; Richard Stephens; Richard Tumlin; Richardson's Detective Agency; Rifis Rice; Rob Huger; robbers; robbery; Robert A. Pinkerton; Robert Board; Robert Colbrook; Robert Frost; Robert Hagar; Robert Huger; Robert Jackson; Robert M. Brown; Robert McLane; Robert Pascal; Robert Smith; Robert Starke; Robert Tom Smith; Robert Wright; Roberts; Rollan Harris; Rome Under Nero; Rufus R. Wade; Russell & Osborne; Russell Randolph; S. C. Grogg; S. G. Todd; S. J. Hilliard; S. M. Farmer; S. P. Hardwick; S. S. Pickett; S. S. Puckett; Saco and Biddeford Savings Institute; Saint Augustin; Sam Devault; Sam Finnegan; Sam Hargettl Henry Wilson; Sam Johnson; Sam Smithson; Sam Snelling; Sam Williams; Sam Yates; Sampson Cason; Samuel B. Kennedy, Jr.; Samuel Davis; Samuel Francis; Sandie Martin; Sandy Polite; Sandys Keys; Sanford; Sebe Russell; seduction; Seth Taylor; Seventh Street; Seville; Shackleford's Georgia Central Detective Agency; sheriffs; Sherman Bram; Sherman Carouth; Shins; Sidney Lowe; Sieben Russell; Silas Brookes; Silas H. Brigham; Silas Harris; Silas Martin; simple larceny; Smith & Wesson; Smith, West & Lyons; South Florida Railroad; Southern Express Company; Squire BlacksheerSam Weston; St. Augustine; St. Johns County; Stanton; Starke; steal; Stephen E. Rice; Stephen F. New; Steve Fannin; Steven Wiggins; Studebaker; Sullivan's Detective Agency; Sumpter Nichols; Sunderland; Suwannee County; swindlers; T. B. Blount; T. B. Robbins; T. D. Newland; T. J. Fish; T. N. Boylan; T. T. Ellison; Tallahassee; Tavares; Taylor Nixon; Tennessee Coal Iron & Railroad Company; The Cincinnati Enquirer; The Criminal Record; theft; thieves; Third Street; Thomas; Thomas Byrnes; Thomas Campbell; Thomas Hays; Thomas Mike; Thomas Porter; Thomas Shine; Thomas Watts; Thomas Williams; Thompson Richards; Titusville; Tobe Crystal; Tobe Jackson; Tom Brinson; Tom Telfer; Tony Salvati; Travis Sumpter; U.S. Department of Justice; U.S. Marshal; Vincenzo Gioacchino Raffaele Luigi Pecci; Virgil Earp; voluntary manslaughter; voluntary manslaugther; Volusia County; W. B. Beard; W. B. Lowe; W. B. Parker; W. C. Bube; W. C. Parker; W. D. Kellett; W. E. Minchin; W. F. Wilson; W. G. Dyer; W. H. Bigham; W. H. Bowie; W. H. Davis; W. H. Deaver; W. H. H. Bush; W. H. Yater; W. J. Footner; W. J. Winstead; W. K. Knight; W. L. McDowell; W. L. Richardson; W. L. Trappard; W. M. Raulerson; W. O. Wadley; W. P. Harrison; W. P. Hazen; W. P. Loftis; W. P. Rogers; W. P. Thomspon; W. R. Eason; W. R. Gaulding; W. S. Hubbs; W. S. West; W. T. Dowda; W. T. Linck; W. W. Simpson; Wade Holmes; Wadsworth; Walter Ford; Walter J. Howaland; Walter T. Williams; wanted; warrant; Warren & Thomas; Warren Peavy; Warren Wilcher; Washington County; watch; watches; Whoreley Building; Wiley Jordon; Wiley Warren; Will Burney; Will Hammond; Will Hazen; Will Jacobs; Will Johnson; William A. Pinkerton; William Allen; William Averitt; William Brinson; William Buford; William C. Bird; William C. Wrightsman; William Coleman; William Creal; William Henderson; William J. West; William Jefferson; William Jordan; William Kemble; William Killebrew; William McKnight; William Mitchell; William Morriss; William Pierce; William S. Tyson; William Springer; William Stanley; William Stephens; William Strickland; William Walker; William Wright; Williams; Williams Vales; Willie Hansel; Willie Jordon; Willie Smith; Willis Hodges; Wilson Evans; Wood & Brother; Z. L. Baxter
Tags: airports; Amanda Hill; Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery; ASVAB; atopic dermatitis; Avon Park; Avon Park Air Force Range; basic training; boot camps; breast cancer; captain's mast; Carli Van Zandt; Carolyn Van Zandt; CERCLA; cold war; colleges; Community Veterans History Project; Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980; contamination; court-martial; CVHP; dermatitis; DI; disqualifications; Drill Instructor; E-3; education; engineering; engineers; Enlisted Rank 3; enlistment; Enterprise 1701; environmental cleanup; F-16; General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon; gig lines; higher education; Hill, Amanda; hospitals; illness; illnesses; inspections; instructors; Lake Druid; Lone Sailor Memorial Project; LSMP; MacDill AFB; MacDill Air Force Base; marching; Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune; McCoy AFB; McCoy Air Force Base; medical hold company; memorials; MET; Michael Partain; military code; military education; Military Entrance Processioning Center; Military Entrance Processioning Center Tampa; Military Entrance Test; military justice; military training; monuments; NAS Jacksonville; Naval Air Station Jacksonville; Naval Station Mayport; Naval Training Center Orlando; NS Mayport; NTC Orlando; nuclear engineering; nuclear power; nuclear propulsion; Nuclear Propulsion School; orlando; Petty Officer; Polk County; recruit training; Recruit Training Command; recruits; ring banner; Seaman; special training; Superfund; Tetrachloroethylene; toxic chemicals; toxic cleanups; U.S. Air Force; UCMJ; Uniform Code of Military Justice; universities; university; veterans; Warren B. Partain, Jr.; Warren B. Partain, Sr.; water contamination; Winter Haven; World War II; WWII
Tags: Alachua County; Austin Friars; Brevard County; FLCC; Florida Land and Colonization Company; Hernando County; Hillsborough County; investment; Macfarlane, A. W.; Manatee County; Marion County; Middleground, Anclote; Monroe County; orange county; Polk County; Powell Grant; property; real estate; Sanford; Sanford Grant; Sanford, Henry Shelton; Sumter County; Volusia County
Tags: Austin Friars; Beardall, William; board meeting; board of directors; Brevard County; deed; FLCC; Florida Land and Colonization Company; Gingelom, Belgium; Hernando County; investment; Macfarlane, A. W.; Polk County; Sanford; Sanford, Henry Shelton; Sumter County; Trafford, E. R.; Volusia County
Tags: ACL; Atlantic Coast Railroad Company; Avalon; bust; Cappleman, Kay; Central Florida Museum; cinema; citrus; citrus grove; citrus industry; Cross, Phil; documentary; Downtown Winter Garden; Dr. Philips; farming; freeze; Gannon, Barbara A.; Garden Theatre; Gotha; grove; historic preservation; historic renovation; housing; hurricane; land boom; land development; McMillan, Alana; National Railway Historical Society; news; Niemi, Nicholas; night life; Oakland; orange; orange grove; orange industry; Plant Street; podcast; Polk County; population growth; preservation; railroad; real estate; real estate industry; renovation; revitalization; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; shipping; suburb; suburban; Tavares; Tavares, Eustis & Gulf Railroad; theater; theme park; turpentine; turpentine industry; Walt Disney World; West Orange Trail; WGHF; Windermere; Winter Garden; Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
Tags: Adam and Eve; Allen, J. H. Dulles; American Foundation Incorporated; Anton Brees Carillon Library; bellmaster; Bok Tower; Bok, Edward W.; Book of Ezekiel; Book of Genesis; Boston fern; Bourdon Bell; Boy Scouts of America; Brees, Anton; Brees, Gustaf; Burrell, Horace H.; Burroughs, John; Cook, Thomas; Cooldge, Calvin; Coolidge, Grace Goodhue; Creole; Dance of the Rising Sun; De Turk, William; Easter; Edward Stern and Company Incorporated; erect declining dial; etowah marble; Florida Coquina; Gurney, Dorothy Francis; Horace H. Burrel and Son; Iron Mountain; John Taylor and Company; Lake Wales; Lambert; Lawrie, Lee; Master Carillonneur; Medary, Milton B.; Morse; Morse, Sanders Lambert; Mountain Lake Sanctuary; Myhre, Milford; Nornabell, H. M.; Olmstead, Frederick Law Jr.; Polk County; Powell, Baden; Royal Flemish Conservatory; sabal palm; Sanctuary Bells; Sanders; Seminole; Singing Tower; Singing Tower Camporee; Stern, Edward; sundial; Sunset Plateau; sword fern; Taj Mahal of America; Taylor True Harmonic System; Taylor, E. Denison; Taylor, John; Tenor Bell; United States Geodetic Survey; Yellin, Samuel; Zodiac
Tags: 13th Street; 4th Street; AAA; Abshier, A. E.; Allardice, James; Allen, Ross; Alrmina Drive-In Restaurant; Amazing Howell Glassblowers; America's Tropical Wonderland; American Automobile Association; American Express; Anderson, F.; Angebilt Hotel; Apopka Motor Courts; Aqua-Maids; Arrow Head Lodge; Avon Motel; Baby Animal Nursery; Bambi Motel; Banister, Fred; Bank of Tavares; Barney's Park Avenue; Bartlett, Tommy; Bates, Beryl; Bates, Kitten; Beachfront Tourist Court; Beacon Light Motel; Belleview Motor Court; Ben White Raceway; Bennie's Service Station; Bentley's Motel; Bibleland; Big "D" Steer-In Restaurant; Black Hills Passion Play; Black Swan Park; Blanche Hotel; Blue Lake; Blue Lake Villa; Bob's Shell Service; Bok Tower; Bok Tower Gardens; Bownman & Brown, Inc.; Bradley, Otis; Bragdon, J. A.; Brahma cattle; Brewton Company; Buliman, J. 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M.; French Realtors; Fulton's Citrus Groves; G&S Packing Company; Gahr, Lloyd; Gardner's Restaurant; Gardos, E.; Gary's Duck Inn; Gateway to the Ridge; Gellerman, Harvey; glass-bottom boats; Glouser, Zack; Great Masterpiece; Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce; Green's Fuel; Gulf Oil; Gulf Oil Corporation; Haines City Motor Court; Hambletonian; Hamilton County; Harlan, Montie; Hart, E. B.; Hart's Sundry Store; Harvey's Service; Harwell, E. K.; Harwell, Mary P.; Hi-Lander Motel; Highland Hammock State Park; Highland Lake Apartments; Highland Park Estates; Highland Parks Estates; Highlander Restaurant; Highlands County; Highlands Lake; Hil-Top Motor Court; Hinson Avenue; Home Exhibit; Hotel Jacaranda; Hotel Thomas and Dining Room; House of Glass; Howard Johnson Restaurant, Johnson, Howard; Hunt Brothers; Hunter's Nash Motors; International Grand Prix Endurance Race; Isbell, Jim; Isbell, Sue; Ivey's of Orlando; J. Hillis Miller Health Center; J. L. 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M.; Lilly's Motel; Lloyd's Furniture; Main Street; Mann, Leone; Mann, Paul; Manor Motel; Marie's Motel and Restaurant; Marion County; Marion County Citrus Company; Marion Street; Marks Street; Marsell, E. S.; Master Hosts; McGuire's Standard Station; McIntosh; Meier, Josef; Melton, G. T.; Metal Products Company; Miami Hotel; Miami's Fabulous Seaquarium; Mid-Lakes Motel; Miller Motel; Miller, Henry; Millican & Beseke, Inc.; Mineral Springs; Minneola Gift Shop; Minute Maid; Monarchik, Helen; Monarchik, John; Montrose Street; Monument of States; Moose Head Fishing Camp; Moses Rexall Drugs; Motel AL-Jl Mid-Town Motel; Motel Midget Mansions; Mozert's Photo Shop; Mrs. Mac's Restaurant; Mt. Vernon Motel; Musseua, A. A.; Nascar Auto Association; National Fresh Water Tournament; National Pee Wee Championship; Nature's Underwater Fairyland; New Morrison Cafeteria; Nicodemus, Charles; Nicodemus, Irene; North Avenue; North Boulevard; North City Motel; North Marion County Chamber of Commerce; North Marion High School; O'Sada, Stanley; O'Sada's Gulf Service Station; OBT; Ocala; Ocala National Forest; Oklawaha; Oklawaha River; Ola-Beach Motel; Old South Motel; Orange Avenue; Orange blossom Motel; Orange Blossom Trail; Orange Blossom Trail Association; orange county; Orange Lake; Orange Lake Citrus Shop; Orlando Evening Star; Orlando Morning Sentinel; Palm Garden Fishing Camp; Palm Knoll Motell; Palm Motel; Palm Terrace; Palomino Motel; Pan-American Motel; Parrish, J. L., Jr.; Passion Play Amphitheatre; Peacock, Arthur S.; Peacock's Motel; Phillips Place; Plantation Inn; Poinsettia Motel; Polk County; Pope, Dick, Sr.; Pope, Richard Downing; Preu, Frank J.; Preu, Jeanette; Pure Oil Company; Quality Courts United; Ranch Motel; Ray's Smoke House Pit-Bar-B-Q; Red Barn Restaurant; Reddick; Reese, Candler C.; Rest-A-Nite Motel; Rex Beach Lake; Rexall; Richenbacker Causeway; Rilean, W. W.; Riley's Trailer Park and Miniature Home; Rock Springs; Rod'n Reel Court; Roosevelt Boulevard; Ross Allen's Reptile Institute; Ross Allen's Reptile Institute and Wildlife Show; Sabal Motel; San Juan de Ulloa Hotel; San Juan Hotel; Scenic Highway; Schnieder, John W.; Seaquariam; Seminoles; Shady Lake; Shalimar Motor Court; shell; Shell Emporium; Shipley, Grace E.; Shipley, Lewis; Silver Lake Country Club and Golf Course; Silver Palms Motel; Silver Springs; Silver Springs Boulevard; Silver Springs Cafeteria and Restaurant; Silver Spurs Rodeo; Sinclair Gas and Oil; Singing Tower; Skyline Motel; Slaughter, A. C.; Smigel's Auto Clinic; Smith, A. W.; South Bay Service Station; South Lake Realty company; Southernaire Motel; Spinning Wheel Motel; Spook Hill; Sportsman's cottages and Fishing Resort; Spring Side Motel; Squire Restaurant; SR-200; SR-25; SR-40; SR-50; SR-540; SR-80; STAPLES' Cottages; Starling Motel; State Bank; State Road 50; State Road 80; Steak House; Stephen Foster Memorial; Sue and Jim Isbell's Motel with Restaurant; Sue's Motel; Sugar Bowl; Sun Plaza Motor Manor; Sunoco; Suwannee River; Suwannee River Court; Tall Pines Motel; Talton, William G.; Targonski, Benjamin; Taylor's Citrus Candy Factory; Terra Ceia Court and Restaurant; Texaco Products; The Belle of Suwannee; The Brahma; The Carriage Cavalcade; The City Beautiful; The Fern City of Florida; The Jacaranda City; The Jungle Cruise; The Key Wester; The Prince of Peace Memorial; Thibault, Alyce; Thomas, P. E.; Tom Sawyer Motor Inns; Tommy Bartlett's Deer Ranch; Topical Wind Motel; Tower View Motel; Trade Winds Cafeteria; Tradewins Motel and Restaurant; Trailer city; Tropical Motor Hotel & Frazer's Steak House; Tucker, O. J.; tupperware; Tupperware Home Parties, Inc.; Tupperware Museum of Dishes; U.S. Highway 27; U.S. Sugar Mill; UF; University Court Motel; University of Florida; US 92; US-17-; US-25; US-27; US-27A; US-301; US-441; US-441-27; US-98; Ustler Brothers; Vaughan & Co.; Venetian Court; Vo-Mac Groves; W. W. Rilea Cottages; Wall Streetl Empire Hotel; Walt Wellman Groves; Waverly; Waverly Citrus Growers Cooperative; Wayside Motel; Webb, J. L.; Webb's Drive-In Restaurant; Wellman, Walt; White House Hotel; William G. Talton and Sons; Williams, E. L.