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- Tags: Washington, D.C.
Tags: A World Without Love; acoustic guitar; Adam McCarthy; Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre Grimaldi; Albert II; American Graduate; American Graduate Imitative; Angela Rivera; Artisode; Artisodes; artist; Atlantic City; Bill Dotson; Brian Hirten; Brian Kelly; Bridge Over Troubled Water; British Pop; broadcast television; broadcast television distributor; broadcast television station; Buddy Pittman; Carmel; Catherine Hiles; cellist; cello; classical music; Clint Holmes; concert; Corporation for Public Broadcasting; David McGinty; Demetria Kendrick; Dr. Philips Center; Dwayne Castranova; EMI Records; Emily Duemmel; Eric Strauss; Frank Sinatra; Gordon Waller; Grant J. Heston; Great American Songbook; Great American Songbook Foundation; guitar; guitarist; harp; harpist; Have a Good Time; Hit the Road Jack; I Have Dreamed; interracial marriage; Jamie Hucome; Jane Seymour; jazz; jazz musician; Jennifer Cook; Jennifer Wolf; John Brady; Jose Luis Romero; Joshua Hamel; Keith Salkowski; Kristin Benjamin; Kyle Mahoney Fuchs; Lara Downes; Las Vegas; Linda Maria Ronstadt; Los Angeles; Loves Me Like a Rock; Luck Be a Lady; Maria Hall-Brown; Marinda Gorman; Mark Lundstrom; Martin Christian; Matt Christensen; Megan Matier; mentor; Michael Feinstein; Mike Herring; Mondavi Center National Young Artists Program; Monte Carlo; Morgan Stanley Jazz; Morgan Stanley Jazz at Dr. Philips Center; music; music instruction; music instructor; music producer; music student; music teacher; musician; Nancy Meza; Nick Drivas; Night and Day; orlando; Oscar Hammerstein II; Palladium Center for the Performing Arts; Paul Kelly; Paul McCartney; Paul Simon; PBS; Peter and Gordon; Peter Asher; Peter Cottontail; pianist; piano; Playground in My Mind; Prince of Monaco; Prince Rainer; producer; public broadcasting; Public Broadcasting Service; public broadcasting station; Rainier III; Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand Grimaldi; Ray Charles; Richard Rodgers; Rita Echeverria; Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts; Rodgers and Hammerstein; Roger Moore; Ryan Retherford; Sacramento; saxophone; saxophonist; Sean Connery; singer; singer-songwriter; Songbook Academy; student; T.L. Murray; television; The Beatles; The King and I; There is No Future in My Future; Time After Time; U.S. Army Chorus; UC Davis; UCF; United States Army Chorus; Universal Language; University of California, Davis; University of Central Florida; violin; violinist; vocalist; Washington, D.C.; What'd I Say; WUCF; WUCF Artisodes; WUCF-TV; Young Artist Competition
Tags: AFG; Asheville, North Carolina; Askew, Harry L.; Atlantic Commission Company; Auburndale; Aurin; Aycrigg, George B.; Blend, W. T.; Borland, Harry L.; California; Chase and Company; Chase, Joshua Coffin; Chase, Sydney Octavius; citrus; citrus growers' Florida Citrus Exchange; citrus industry; Clark, Frank G.; Clearing House; Commander, C. C.; Cornell, H. E.; Daniells, W. C.; Daniells, W.C.; DeLand; Democrats; Edwards, L. C.; FCE; Federal Marketing Agreement; freight rates; Frostproof; grapefruit; Grower Control Committee; Hitler, Adolf; Holland; Howey; Jews; Kirkland, L. P.; Lake Gem; Lake Wales; Lakeland; Largo; Lowry, L. L.; LWCGA; McReynolds, Judson J.; Mouser, W. H.; Ocala; oranges; orlando; Parrish, J. J.; Patterson, E. E.; Pickard, A. F.; Portland, Oregon; Republican; River City; Roe, W. G.; Sanford; Seattle, Washington; Sebastian; shipping; Sligh, Jeff; Southern Railway; Spokane, Washington; Stewart, C. A.; Tampa; Taylor, John S.; The Orlando Sentinel; The Tampa Tribune; Tillman, James; Titusville; U.S. Department of Agriculture; USDA; Valencias; Vero Beach; Vickers, E. W.; Walker, Marvin H.; Washington, D.C.; Whitehair, Francis P.; Winter Haven; Winter Park; Yarnell, I. A.; Young, A. W.
Tags: California; Chase and Company; Chase, Joshua Coffin; citrus; citrus industry; Edwards, William E.; Erie Pier; food inspection; Fruit Auction Company; fruit grading; fruit inspection; Gorman; grading; Harrison Street; Hutchinson, Corbett; inspection; Isleworth Grove; Lum, Frank P.; New York City, New York; Newbold, L. M.; orange; orange industry; packing; packing industry; Penn Station; Pennsylvania Hotel; Pennsylvania Station; Potomac Yards; processing; retail; sale; Star Building; Thomas, R. H.; Thomas, R.H.; Valencia orange; Washington, D.C.
Tags: Chase and Company; Chase, Joshua Coffin; Edwards, W. E.; Flacal Sales Agency; fruit grading; grading; Hutchinson, Corbett; inspection; inspector; Isleworth Grove; New York City, New York; packing; packing industry; packinghouse; Potomac Yards; processing; shipping; Star Building; superintendent; Washington, D.C.; Windermere
Tags: "Brewster" Brewton; ABC Lounge; Alan Baxter; Altamonte Springs; AM radio; Amway Arena; Angelo Jannotti; Blandini; blogger; Bob Seger; Bobby Friss Band; Bon Iver; booking agent; Camp Nashville; CBS; Cinco de Marko; Citrus Bowl; Clear Channel; Clear Channel Radio; CMT; Columbia Broadcasting System; concert; Converse All Star; Converse Chuck Taylor All Star; country music; Country Music Television; Cox Media Group; Daniel Lawrence Whitney; David Lee Roth; deregulation; disc jockey; DJ; Dr. Zonas; Earl Tennent; fantasy camp; Fern Park; Fern Park Station; Florida Citrus Bowl; FM radio; Foreign Legion; George Thorogood; Greg Billings; Greg Billings Band; J.P. Price; jazz; Jeff Blando; John "J.P." Price; Justin Vernon; Kansas City, Missouri; Lakeland; Lakeland Civic Center; Larry the Cable Guy; Lee Bailey; Louisville, Kentucky; Lynyrd Skynyrd; Mark Samansky; Mark Taylor; Michael Jackson; Mick Dolan; Mr. Bradley; music; music fantasy camp; music venue; Nashville, Tennessee; new wave; new wave music; news reporter; Opie Gets Nookie; orlando; Orlando Arena; Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium; Paradise Cove; Plus 3 Lounge; Point After; production director; promotions director; punk rock; radio; radio personality; radio station; reporter; Rick Young; rock; Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp; rock club; rock music; rock radio; Rock Super Bowl; Rock Super Bowl 12; Rock Super Bowl XII; Rolling Stones American Tour 1981; Ron and Ron; Ronald ''Ronnie'' Wayne Garvin; Ronnie Garvin; Salem Media Group; Sanford; Seminole County; shock jock; shock radio; smooth jazz; smooth jazz radio; social media; song parody; Sons of Doctors; Steve "Brewster" Brewton; Steve Brewton; Steve Peck; Stranger; talk show; talk show producer; Tangerine Bowl; Ted Nugent; The B-52's; The Baxter and Mark Show; The Rolling Stones; The Who; Tom's Point After; Topeka, Kansas; traffic reporter; Van Halen; voiceover actor; Washington, D.C.; WBZW-AM; WDIZ-FM; WJRR-FM; WLOQ-FM; WMMO-FM; WORL-AM; ZZ Top
Tags: 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting; A Salute to the American Flag; America the Beautiful; assault rifles; Bob Carr Theater; Come Out With Pride Orlando; Cyndi Lauper; Cynthia Ann Stephanie Lauper; Denver; Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts; Facebook; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus; fundraisers; GALA Choruses Festival; Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses; GLBT; gun control; gun regulation; gun violence; hate crimes; homosexuality; John Hugh “Buddy” Dyer; Kissimmee; Latin dancing; LGBT; LGBTIQ; LGBTQ; mass shootings; Miami; New Port Richey; November 2015 Paris attacks; orlando; Orlando City Soccer Club; Orlando Gay Chorus; Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra; Orlando Strong; Orlando United; outreach events; Patrick Herman; Pennsylvania State University; Pulse massacre; Pulse nightclub; Pulse nightclub shooting; Pulse tributes; Sarah Schneider; terrorist attacks; True Colors; vigils; Washington, D.C.
Tags: Blacksheare, Jackie; Davidson, Keay; DeLand; doctor; Edwards, Leo; Frey, Bob; JFK; Kennedy, John Fitzgerald; Kennedy, Robert Francis; King, Martin Luther, Jr.; Meharry Medical School; Melrose; MLK; Nashville; physician; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Sanford Civic Center; Seattle; Seminole Boulevard; Starke, George H.; Starke, Helen; Starke, Herbert; Starke, Lancaster C.; Tallahassee; The Sentinel Star; UF; UF Medical School; University of Florida; University of Florida Medical School; Washington, D.C.
Tags: A&P grocery; abbreviations; ACL; agency checks; Alaska; American Morse Code; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; auditors; audits; Avon Park; Avon Park Atlantic Coast Line Train Station; barge lines; bugs; California; carpal tunnel syndrome; Central Florida Railroad Museum; Chicago, Illinois; communication limits; communications; computer-assisted train dispatching; conscription; CTS; Dallas, Texas; Department of Transportation; DOT; drafts; equal pay; extra boards; FCC; Federal Communications Commission; first solid-state amplifiers; first transcontinental telegraphs; Florida Boom; Frances Perkins Building; freight warehouses; Geoffrey Cravero; grocery clerks; grocery stores; Guglielmo Marconi; ham radio operators; ham radios; Hawaii; historical preservation; HOS; Hours of Service; ICC; International Morse Code; Interstate Commerce Commission; landline telegraphers; landline telegraphs; landline telegraphy; Montana; Morse Telegraph Club, Inc.; Nevada; Ocala; Ocala Union Station; Ohio; orlando; paid vacations; Pony Express; Prince Albert tobacco cans; railroad agents; railroad depots; Railroad Morse; Railroad Safety and Service Agent; railroad stations; railroading; railroads; railways; regulations; resonators; Ronald Reagan; Ronald Wilson Reagan; safety inspections; SAL; Samuel Finley Breese Morse; Samuel Morse; San Francisco, California; Seaboard Air Line Depot; Seaboard Air Line Railroad; social clubs; solid-state amplifiers; sounders; South Carolina; speed keys; stagecoach routes; TAPS; Tavares & Gulf Railroad; telegraph instruments; telegraph keys; telegrapher's paralysis; telegraphers; telegraphs; telegraphy; telephones; teletypes; Tennessee; text abbreviations; The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company; train depots; train dispatchers; train dispatching; train stations; trains; Trans-Alaska Pipeline System; transcontinental telegraphs; UCF; University of Central Florida; Utah; Virginia; Warren McFarland; Washington, D.C.; waybills; Western Union; Winter Garden; wireless telegraphers; wireless telegraphs; wireless telegraphy; World War II; WWII; yard checks
Tags: 2nd Lieutenant; African Enterprise; AFROTC; Air Force; Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps; aircraft; airplanes; Ambassador; AMC; ammunition procurement division; Armed Forces Staff College; Army Materiel Command; Army Military Intelligence Readiness Command; BAA; baht; Bangkok, Thailand; bargains; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; bribery; bribes; business administration; Buy American Act of 1933; C-130; cargo; Chokchai Building; Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints; CID; comfort girls; Community Veterans History Project; Congress; conscription; construction; consultants; contract administrators; contracting; contractors; corruption; Criminal Investigator's Department; CVHP; DCAS; declaration of war; Defense Contract Administration Services; deputy directors; DOD; Downtown Bangkok; drafts; Durban, South Africa; engineering; engineers; Fawley, England; Fussa, Japan; George C. McGuire; George Washington University; GWU; hospitals; Judy Scherer; Korea; Lake Washington; LDS Church; legislation; lieutenant colonel; Lockheed C-130 Hercules; McCoy AFB; McCoy Air Force Base; Ministry of Defense; MIRC; Missouri; Mom Rajawongse Seni Pramoj; Mormonism; Mormons; NAS Sand Point; Naval Air Station Sand Point; New Jersey; New York City, New York; New York Harbor; Norfolk, Virginia; Notre Dame, Indiana; OIA; oil; oil refineries; oil refinery; orlando; Orlando AFB; Orlando Air Force Base; Orlando International Airport; Osan AB; Osan Air Base; OSI; planes; President of Thailand; presidents; procurement centers; procurement officers; prostitutes; prostitution; Pyeongtaek-si,South Korea; regulations; Reserve Officers' Training Corps; retirement; Rock Island Arsenal; Rose Marie Scherer; ROTC; sailboats; sailing; scandals; Seattle, Washington; Second Lieutenant; Seni Pramoj; Seni Pramoj, Mom Rajawongse; Seoul, South Korea; sex workers; Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition; Squadron Officer School; Statue of Liberty; Summit, New Jersey; Thai; Thai Ministry of Defense; Thailand; tour of duty; U.S. Air Force; U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations; U.S. ambassador; U.S. Army; U.S. Army Materiel Command; U.S. Army Military Intelligence Readiness Command; U.S. Department of Defense; U.S. Navy; UND; University of Notre Dame; University of Notre Dame du La; USAF; USAFOSI; veterans; Vietnam; Vietnam War; Warsaw, Missouri; Washington, D.C.; Whiteman AFB; Whiteman Air Force Base; World War II; WWII; Yokota AB; Yokota Air Base
Tags: 9/11; advanced training; American Chemical Society; Bennett Drive; Berlin Wall; Berlin, Germany; Bill Clinton; Bronx, New York City, New York; Caribbean Crisis; cold war; colleges; colorblindness; Commander; commissioned officers; Community Veterans History Project; Cuba; Cuban Missile Crisis; CVHP; dependents' cruises; deterrent patrols; dry docks; education; educators; Engineering Duty Officer; Engineering Duty Officer Dolphin Program; Engineering Duty Officer Dolphins; Engineering Duty Officer School; Father of the Nuclear Navy; firefighting; fires; Florida Power & Light Company; FPL; Gerald Mattson; Germany; Hyman G. Rickover; Hyman George Rickover; Indiana University; instructors; Jensen Beach; Jim Tully; Killian Hiltz; Lehman College; mayors; military education; military spouses; military training; military wife; military wives; Nathan Hale; nuclear power; Nuclear Power Ballistic Missile Submarines; nuclear power plants; Nuclear Power School; nuclear safety; Nuclear Ship Superintendent School; October Crisis; Officer Indoctrination School; OIS; orlando; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Philip Rogers; presidents; Restricted Line Officer; Ronald Reagan; Ronald Wilson Reagan; Safety Training Coordinator; September 11th; South Florida; Soviet Union; Soviets; SSBN; Steve Israel; SU; Submarine School; submarines; subs; teachers; terrorism; terrorists; The Missile Scare; training; U.S. Naval Reserve; U.S. Navy; UCF; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; universities; university; University of Central Florida; USS Nathan Hale; USSR; veterans; Washington, D.C.; William Jefferson Blythe III; William Jefferson Clinton
Tags: 7th Marine Infantry Regiment; Bushnell; cold war; Dwight David Eisenhower; Edward R. Schowalter Jr.; Ernest E. West; Florida National Cemetery; Hospital Corpsman; Korean War, 1950-1953; Medal of Honor; military history; military service; national cemeteries, American; National Cemetery Administration; United States Navy; veterans; Veterans Administration; Veterans Legacy Program; Washington, D.C.; William R. Charette
Tags: Baltimore, Maryland; bishop; Bishop of the Atlantic Coast Area; Bishop of the Central Conference; Boston, Massachusetts; chaplain; clergy; Daytona Beach; District Superintendent; Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard; educator; Love, Edgar Amos; Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation; Maryland Inter-Racial Commission; MEC; Methodism; Methodist; Methodist Department of Negro Work; Methodist Episcopal Church; minister; NAACP; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.; teacher; Washington Conference; Washington, D.C.
Tags: accident insurance; accounting; automobile insurance; burglary insurance; Chase and Company; Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; citrus; citrus industry; distribution; distributor; farming; FCE; fire; fire insurance; Florida Citrus Exchange; fruit; fruit industry; grapefruit; grapefruit industry; grower; Growers' Marketing Organization; growing; insurance; insurance industry; Jacksonville; Minneapolis, Minnesota; New York, New York City; orange; orange industry; packer; packing; packing house; packing industry; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; sales; sales department; Sanford; shipping; St. Louis, Missouri; Tangerine; tangerine industry; tornado insurance; vegetable; vegetable industry; Washington, D.C.