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Annual Report of the Board of Supervisors of the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, 1957
Tags: Al Swartz; C. A. Wales; C. B. Blickensderfer; Central Florida Experiment Station; citrus; CoE; Colin D. Gunn; conservation; crop damage; drainage; Elbert Cammack; Elmo Dowling; Farm Bureau; farmers; farming; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; flowing wells; freezes; GFC; Hamp Dasher; Henry Wight; Howard Bissland; irrigation; John S. Winter; John Winter; land use; nematodes; pasture planting; Phil Westgate; public speaking contest; R. J. Bauman; R. V. Forbes; Ralph Hammond; Robert E. Lee; Robert Lee; Sanford; Sanford-Titusville Canal; Seminole County; Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District; Soil and Conservation Service; SSWCD; Titusville; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Geological Survey; United States Army Corps of Engineers; USACE; USDA; USGS; W. W. Linz; water control
Tags: Crutchfield; Federated Fruit & Vegetable Association; Federated Fruit & Vegetable Association of America; fires; Florida Vegetable Corp.; Florida Vegetable Corporation; freezes; Goodall Grove; Goodfall; Great Lakes; Manatee Celery Growers; Manatee Growers Association; Mitchell, A. J.; Pratt, Archie M.; Skinner; Stanly; Tampa Tribune; weatherman
Tags: ACL; African Americans; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; Battle of Camp Monroe; Bay Avenue; Belair Grove; celery; Celery City; Charles Mellon; Charleston; citrus; Coxetter, L. M.; enterprises; farm labor; Farm Placement Service; Florida Industrial Commission; Fort Mellon; Frederick DeBary; freezes; George R. Foster; Georgetown; Georgetown Pathways to History Project; Great Freeze of 1894-1895; Henry Shelton Sanford; Historic Markers; Indian River; Jacksonville; L. M. Coxetter; Lake Monroe; Mellonville; Ocklawaha River; orlando; Pathways to History; Patricia Ann Black; Patricia Ann Black Bigham; Pilgrim Black; railroads; Sanford; Sanford Avenue; Sanford Museum; Savannah; Second Seminole War; Seminole Wars; SFR; South Florida Railroad; St. Johns River; Starlight; steamboats; steamers; steamships; Tampa; The Gate City of South Florida; U.S. Army; U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; U.S. Department of Labor; U.S. Employment Service; Wayne County, New York
Tags: adventurers; African Americans; agricultural cooperatives; American Indians; Amerindians; Bahamas; borderlands; British; chiefs; citrus; colonialism; colonials; colonization; Connie Lester; Creek Confederacy; Creek Nation; Creeks; crimes; Daniel S. Murphree; Director General of the Creeks; Estajoca; FAMU; FCC; FDC; feminism; feminists; FHQ; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Citrus Commission; Florida Department of Citrus; Florida Frontier; Florida Gulf Coast; Florida Historical Quarterly; Fort San Marcos de Apalache; freezes; George B. Crawford; Gilbert C. Din; Gwendolyn Hoyt; Hoyt v. Florida; indigenous; industrial education; insanity; juries; jury; Labyrinthine Conundrum; liberal arts education; murder; Muscogee Confederacy; Muscogee Nation; Muscogees; Muskogees; myths; Native Americans; Normal School for Colored Teachers; Peter A. Dumbuya; race relations; Scott Hussey; Spaniards; Spanish; Spanish Florida; State of Muskogee; Thomas de Saliere Tucker; trade; trials; West Florida; Whitaker; William Augustus Bowles; women; women's history
Tags: 4th of July; ACL; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; bank; Black Hammock; Black Tuesday; Broadway Street; bus; celery; Central Avenue; Chicago boys; Citizens Bank of Oviedo; citrus; doctor; Donna Neely; Downtown Oviedo; fertilizer industry; fire; First Baptist Church of Oviedo; First United Methodist Church of Oviedo; flies; Florida Technological University; fly; Fourth of July; freezes; fruit flies; fruit fly; FTU; Great Crash; Great Depression; Greyhound Lines, Inc.; groves; Gwynn; Gwynn's Cafe; Henry Foster; Independence Day; infestation; J. B. Jones; J. B. Jones and Brothers; Jones Grocery; Jonnie Conley; Joseph Watts; July 4th; July Fourth; Lake Charm; Lake Jessup; Lake Jessup Settlement; Lee and Todd Real Estate Company; medical care; OHS; Old Time History of By Gone Days of Lake Jessup Settlement; oranges; orlando; Oviedo; Oviedo City Hall; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo Railroad Depot; Peters Shoes; physician; R. W. Estes; railroads; ration; SAL; Seaboard Air Line railroads; Seminole County; settler; Solaria's Wharf; Spencer's Store; Steen Nelson; Stock Market Crash of 1929; Sweetwater Park; T. L. Mead; The Oviedo Heritage; The Oviedo Outlook; Theodore Luqueer Mead; Wall Street Crash of 1929; Wheeler Fertilizer; World War II; WWII
Tags: ACL; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; Belle Fontaine; Bent; Bent's Station; Brantley; Brown; Bruce, A. D.; Burrell; Caldwell, Andrew C.; Cameron; Clud, Aaron; Clyde Steamship Line; Cocke; Crippen, A. H.; Deane; Dickenson; Doyle, M. J.; Duval; Evans, William H.; Finegan; Ford; Foster, E. K.; Foster, Frank; freezes; Goodrich; Great Freeze of 1886; Hall; Harris; Hayden; Holland; Humphrey, William; Ingraham; Jacksonville; Lake Jesup; Lake Mary; Lake Monroe; Levy Grant; Lovell, William; Marks, M. R.; Marks, R. H.; McCall; Mellonville; Model A; Model A Ford Truck; Munday; Nichols; Noble; Oviedo; Palmetto Avenue; Parramore, McDonald; Randolph; Robinson; Sanford; Sanford, Henry Shelton; Scott; Seminole County; Silver Lake; Sjoblom, A. E.; Speer; Spencer; Sundell, J. F.; Swedes; Telford; The Sanford Herald; Tucker, J. W.; Ward, W. A., Sr.; Webster; Whitner, B. F.; Whitner, J. N.
Tags: A. A. Daniel; A. A. Myers; A. B. Tedford; A. C. Hart; A. C. Turner; A. Flourny Jernigan; A. J. Metcalf; A. P. Farnell; A. R. Metcalf, Jr.; A. Solaria; Alex Lawton; American Civil War; Amerindian; Andrew Aulin; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Andrew Lawton; anniversary; Apopka; Argo's Store; Arthur Scott; B. F. Ward, Jr.; B. F. Ward, Sr. R. F. Cooper; B. F. Wheeler; B. F. Wheeler, Jr.; B. F. Wheeler, Sr.; B. Z. Hunter; Baptists; Basil Mays; Beasley; Benjamin Franklin Wheeler; Benjamin Franklin Wheeler, Jr.; Benjamin Franklin Wheeler, Sr.; Billie Buster; Brewster; Broadway Street; Brush Arbor; C. A. Love; C. D. Weaver; C. F. Rolquist; C. J. Broome; C. K. Buckelew; C. W. Holder; Caloosa; centennial; Charles Simeon Lee, Jr.; Christian; Christianity; Chuluota; Chuluota Baptist Church; churches; citrus; Civil War; clergy; Clermont; Clifton Springs; colonization; colony; Creek; D. D. Gammage; Dan F. Thomas; deacon; Delco Light Plant. Goldenrod; Diane Aulin; Diane Aulin Keller; Donald L. Orman; E. A. Farnell; E. Lee Smith; education; enterprise; F. A. Peirson; F. C. Edwards; F. C. Morgan; FBC; First Baptist Church of Oviedo; Florida Mosquito Territory; Fort Christmas; Fort Drum; Fort Gatlin; Freeze of 1894; freezes; G. W. Alford; Goldenrod Baptist churches; Groveland; groves; growers; H. B. McCall; H. H. Link; Hammond organ; Henry Walcott; Homecoming Day; Howard S. Gott; Indian; Iniah Honchin; Ira Rouse; Isaacs; J. A. Richardson; J. B. Rogers; J. C. Hatlzelow; J. E. Okerlund; J. F. Mitchell; J. G. Black; J. H. King; J. H. Lee, Sr.; J. I.; J. I. Beasley; J. M. Jones; J. M. Kones; J. Max Cook; J. N. Thompson; J. O. Fries; J. O. Jelks; J. P. Jacobs; J. S. Day; J. T. Bryant; J. T. Wheeler; J. W. Martin; Jack T. Bryant; James G. Speer; Jelks; Joe Fox; Joe Leinhart; John Hiram Lee, Sr.; John M. Camp; John S. Womble; Joseph Leinhart; Joshua P. Jacobs; Julia Golden; K. Swonson; L. A. Hardy; L. L. Day; Ladies Aid Society; Lake Charm; Lake Jessup Avenue; Lake Jessup Community; Lake Jessup Settlement; Lake Jesup; Lawton; Lois Ruddell; Lord; Lund; M. E. Brock; Magazine Club of Oviedo; Maitland; Mary Gwynn; Mary Jacobs; Mary Walker; Milton Gore; Missionary Baptist churches; Mosquito County; Muskogan; Native American; Needham Jelks; Nelson; Nelson Brothers; Nettie Aulin; Nettie Jacobs; Nettie Jacobs Aulin; O. M.; orange county; Orange Grove Baptist Church; oranges; organ; orlando; Oviedo; Oviedo Baptist churches; P. H. Brown; pastor; Pearl G. Martin; Pride of Oviedo; R. L. Ward; R. L. Wheeler; R. M. Hickman; R. W. Dickert; R. W. Lawton; religious education; Reminiscence Fair; reverend; Robert Lawton; S. C. Dorsey; S. W. Sheffield; schools; Seminole; Seminole County; Sexton; shipping; slave; slavery; Solaria's Wharf; St. Johns River; St. Volusia; Statson University; Sunday schools; T. H. Daniell, Sr.; T. J. Bell; T. W. Lawton; Ted Aulin; The Lodge; Theodore Aulin; Theodore Aulin, Jr.; Theodore Aulin, Sr.; Thomas Willington Lawton; Tom Lawton; Tom Wheeler; Tomokan; Tucker; Tuscovilla; W. A. Jelks; W. A. Ward, Jr.; W. E. Alexander; W. G. Powell; W. H. Luther; W. H. Martin; W. J. Lawton, Sr.; W. P. Carter; W. P. Rogers; W. S. Sommerville; W. T. Walker; W. W. Townson; Walter Gwynn; Whitney-Wolcott House; Will Alexander; William Clevor; William H. Martin; Williams Stones; Winborn Joseph Lawton, Sr.
Tags: 4th of July; A. Duda; A. Duda and Sons, Inc.; A. J. McCulley; A. M. Jones; A&W; ACL; African American; Al Ruthberg; Al Ruthberg's Dry Goods; Alafaya Square; Alafaya Woods; Alafaya Woods Boulevard; Albertsons; Allen Street; American Bandstand; American Legion; American Legion Post 243; American Radioactive Chemical Company; Anderson; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Andrew Duda; Ann Leinhart; Anna Thompson; anniversary; Anything for Floors; Artesia Street; Arthur Evans; Arthur Scott; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; Augusta Covington; Aulin Avenue; Avenue B.; B. F. Wheeler; B. G Smith; Babe Ruth League; Bank of Oviedo; Baptists; Baptizing Lake; Barbara Walker-Seaman; baseball; basketball; Bean Soup Ladies; Belle Glade; Ben Ward; Ben Wheeler; Benjamin Frank Wheeler; Benny Ward; Betty Aulin; Betty Malcolm; Betty Malcolm Jackson; Betty Palmer; Betty Reagan; Bill Clinton; Bill Martin; Bill Nelson; Bill Ward; Billie Chance; Black Hammock Fish Camp; Black Tuesday; Bob Butterworth; Bobby Malcolm; Boston Hill; Boston Park; Boy Scouts of American; Broadway Lily's Louis Edward Jordan, Sr.; Broadway Street; Brownie; Buddy Tyson; C. L. Clonts; C. R. Clonts and Associated Growers; C. S. Lee; cattle; Cattlewomen; Cay Westerfield; celery; centennial; Central Avenue; Century 21 Real Estate; Chance; Chapman Road; Charles Aulin; Charles Evans; Charles Lee, Jr.; Charles Simeon Lee; Charlie Beasley; Charlie Malcolm; Charlie McCully; Chase and Company; Chicago boys; Chiropractic Healthcare Center; Christmas; Chuluota; churches; Ci Gi's Pizza and Subs; Citizens Bank of Oviedo; city clerk; city council; city government; Clare Wheeler; Clare Wheeler Evans; Clarence William Nelson II; Clark; Clark Street; Claude Roy Kirk, Jr.; Claudia Mitchem; Cleo Malcolm; Cleo Malcolm Gore; Cleo Malcolm Leinhart; Clonts Farms, Inc.; Clyde Holder; Clyde Reese Moon; coach; Colonial Drive; Cooper; county commissioner; county government; Cow Bells; Crooms High School; Cross Seminole Trail; Crutchfield; D. D. Daniel; D. D. Daniel Store; David Evans; Dawson; Daytona; De Leon Street; Delco; Democrat; Democratic parks; desegregation; Dick Addicks; Dick Clark; Doc Malcolm; Don Ulery; Donna Neely; Donnie Malcolm; Dorothy Malcolm; Dorsey Brothers; Double R Private School; Doug Allen; Doug Allen Debris Cleaning; Douglas Allen; Downtown Oviedo; Duda; Dwardy; E. H. Kilbee; Econ Eating Club; Econ River; Econlockhatchee River; Ed Duda; Ed Yarborough; Edgar Marvin; Edith Mead; education; educator; Edward Duda; Edward Stoner; Elida Margaret McCulley; Elm Street; Elnoa Allen; Elsie Beasley; Emma Catherine Wahgren; Enoch Partin; Equestrian Green; Evelyn Cheek; Evelyn Cheek Lundy; Faircloth's Grocery; farmer; farming; Fernell's Grocery; FFA; FFWC; First Baptist Church of Oviedo; First United Methodist Church of Oviedo; Flagler's Hotel; Florida Avenue; Florida Federation of Woman's Clubs; Florida High School Athletic Association; Florida Power and Light Company; Florida State Road 426; Florida State Road 434; Florida State Road 50; Florida Tech; Florida Technological University; football; Forrest Harrill Burgess; Foster Chapel; Fountainhead Baptist churches; Fourth of July; Frank Wheeler; Freeze of 1894; Freeze of 1917-1918; Freeze of 1989; freezes; Fritz Mondale; fruit flies; fruit fly; FTU; Future Farmers of America; Gardenia; Gebhardy; Geneva; Geneva Drive; Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society; Geneva Methodist churches; George Aire; George Kelsey; George Lee; George Lee Wheeler; George Means; Georgetown; Georgia Lee; Georgia Lee Wheeler; Gertrude Lucas; Gladys Malcolm; Glenridge Middle School; government; Grace Olliff; Graham Street; Great Crash, Stock Market Crash of 1929; Great Day in the Country; Great Depression; Greater Oviedo Chamber of Commerce; groves; Guy Lombardo; Gwynn's Cafe; Halloween; Harold Henn; Harold Jordan; Hazel Malcolm; Henry Foster; Henry Wolcott; high schools; Hillcrest Drive; Hollie Ruscher; Horse Pond; Howell Branch Road; Hubert Max Lanier; Hurley Ann Wainright; Hurley Mae Moon; Hurricane Donna; Hyland; Ida Boston; Ima Jean Bostick Ocala; Ima Jean Bostick Yarborough; immigrants; Independence Day; infestation; integration; Irving Malcolm; Jack Malcolm; Jackie Kasell; Jackson Heights; Jakubcin; James Earl Carter, Jr.; James Gilbery; James Lambert Malcolm; Jane Cochran; Jane Gaydick; Jane Moran; Jane Moran Wheeler; Jean Jordan; Jean Wheeler; Jim Lee; Jim Partin; Jim Pearson; Jim Wilson; Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Lee; Jimmy Malcolm; Joe Leinhart; Joe Malcolm; Joe Rutland; John Currier; John Evans; John Ganaway Malcolm; John Irving Malcolm; John Lundy; John Ridenour; Johnny Smith; Johnson Hill; Joseph Leinhart; Joseph Watts; July 4th; July Fourth; Junie Duda; Justice of the Peace; Karate Academy; Karen Jansen; Karen Jansen Jacobs; Katherine Lawton; Katherine Mikler; Katherine Mikler Duda; Katheryn Lawton; Katie Lawton; Kay Dodd; Kay Estes; Keith Malcolm; Kenneth Malcolm; King; King Street; Kingsbridge; Kit Lawton; Kitty Young; L. J. Gore; Lacy Aire; Lacy Aire Lingo; Lake Barton; Lake Charm; Lake Charm Park; Lake George; Lake Harney; Lake Jessup Settlement; Lake Jesup; Lake Mary; Lake Pickett; Lake Rosa; Lakemont Elementary School; Larry Neely; Larry Olliff; law; Lawton Elementary School; Lawton House; Lawton's Grocery; Lawtonville; Lee and Todd Real Estate Company; Lee Wheeler; Leinhart; Leon Olliff; Leonard Jansen; Letty Leinhart; Linda Olliff Cliburn; Linda Sheppard; little league; local government; Lockwood Boulevard; Lois Ridell; Louise Gore; Louise Wheeler; Louise Wheeler Martin; Lucy Fore; Lucy Fore Bostick; Magnolia Street; Malcolm; Mammy Jones; Marguerite Partin; Marilyn Partin; Mark Bellhorn; Marlow Link; Martha Ann Bruce; Martha Ann Moon; Martha Ann Moon Lee; Martin Anderson; Martin Gore; Mary Velora Moon; Matheson; Max Lanier; May Day; mayor; Mayor of Oviedo; McDonald's; McKinnon Meat Market; Mead Manor; Mediterranean fruit fly; Memorial Building; Memorial Building Committee; Merritt Staley; Methodist Youth Fellowship; Methodists; Michael Bruce; Mike Tsinsky; Mikler Road; Mimi Wheeler; Mimi Wheeler Bruce; Mims; Minnie Means; Miriam Wheeler; Miriam Wheeler Bruce; Mitchell Hammock; Mitchell Hammock Road; Model T Ford; Mule trains; Museum of Seminole County History; MYF; Myrtle Avenue; natural disasters; Navy; Nelson; Nelson and Company; Niblack Building; Nin a Ralston; North Lake Jessup; Novella Aulin; Novella Aulin Ragsdale; Ocala; OHS; Ol' Swimming Hole; Old Downtown Development Group; Old Mims Road; Old Time History of By-Gone Days of Lake Jessup Settlement; Orange Avenue; oranges; orlando; Oviedo; Oviedo Athletic Association; Oviedo Child Care Center; Oviedo City Cleaners, Inc.; Oviedo City Clerk; Oviedo City Council; Oviedo City Hall; Oviedo Garden Club; Oviedo High School; Oviedo Historical Society; Oviedo Inn; Oviedo Lights; Oviedo Magazine Club; Oviedo Marketplace; Oviedo Post Office; Oviedo Shopping Center; Oviedo Town Council; Oviedo Woman's Club; OWC; Palatka River; Park Avenue Elementary School; Partin; Patrick Westerfield; Paul Arie; Paul Mikler; Penny Mitchem; Penny Mitchem Olliff; Phil Goree; picnic; Pine Street; pioneers; post offices; postmaster; poultry; R. 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Butterworth; Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever; Roley Carter; Ropers; Rosa Gray; Roy Clonts; Roz Nogel; Russell Boston; Sanford; Sanford Airport; Sanford City League; Sanford Road; Sanlando Springs; sawmill; Sayde Fleming; Sayde Fleming Duda; Schmidt; school superintendent; schools; Scott Perry; SCPS; Sears and Roebuck; segregation; Seminole County Public Schools; Seminole County School Board; Seminole County Sports Hall of Fame; Seminole High School; settlers; Shedd Street; Shirley Malcolm Sheppard; Shirley Partin; Signworks Graphik and Design, Inc.; Silver Glen Springs; Silver Star; Simmons; Singletary; skiing; Slavia; Smoky Burgess; Snow Hill; snow Hill Road; Solary's wharf; Sparks Lingo; Sparks Lingo Clonts; Sparks Lingo Ridenour; Spencer's Grocery and Drygoods; Spencer's Store; sports; SR 426; SR 434; SR 50; St. Johns River; St. Luke's Lutheran Cathedral; State Democratic Committee; statute; Steak'n'Shake; Steen Nelson; Stevens Street; Stommy Staley; Stone; Sugarby's; Sunday schools; Suzanne Partin; Swedes; Swedish; Sweetwater Park; Swift and Company; swimming pool; T. L. Lingo, Jr.; T. L. Mead; T. W. Lawton; T. W. Lawton Elementary School; Teacher's House; teachers; Ted Estes; Thad Lee Lingo III; Thad Lee Lingo, Jr.; The Gap; The Oviedo Outlook; The Scrubs; The Sign Man; The Square; Thee Lee; Thelma Lee; Thelma Lee Clonts; Theodore Luqueer Mead; Thomas Moon; Thomas Willington Lawton; Thompson; Tom Estes; Tom Moon; Tom Morgan; Tommy Estes; town government; Town House Restaurant; Troy Jones; turkey; Tuscawilla; Twin Rivers; U.S. Army; UCF; University of Central Florida; Vera Malcolm; veteran; Vietnam War; Vine Street; Viola Smith; Virginia Balkcom; Virginia Balkcom Mikler; Virginia Staley; W. G. Kilbee; W. J. Lawton, Sr.; Wagner; Wall Street Crash of 1929; Wallace Allen; Walter Frederick Mondale; Walter Mondale; Walter Teague; water skiing; Watermaster Plumbing; Wayne Jacobs; Wes Evans; Wheeler Fertilizer Plant; White's Wharf; William Jefferson Blythe III; William Jefferson Clinton; Winborn Joseph Lawton, Sr.; Winchester Insurance, Inc.; Winter Park; Winter Park Telephone Company; Woman's Club; World War II; WWII; Zellwood