The Lake Maitland Advertiser, Vol. 1
Lake Maitland Advertiser, Vol. 1
A newspaper issue which is likely The Lake Maitland Advertiser, judging from the partial front page and one article in which the paper is referred to as "The Advertiser.". However, there is no existing evidence of a newspaper called The Lake Maitland Advertiser ever being published. In fact, there is no evidence of a local newspaper existing in Maitland other than The Maitland Courier in the 1800s. However, from the partial front page, it is evident that the name of the paper does begin with "Lake Maitland," and from the articles and advertisements it is clearly a Maitland newspaper. Some topics discussed in this issue include baby smokers, street searches, winter-blooming roses, speaking dolls, Jennings' Business College, news and notes for women, fruit culture in South Florida, Japanese dining sets, Roman togas, and the spoiling of watches.
Original 4-page newspaper issue: The Lake Maitland Advertiser, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1890: Maitland Public Library, Maitland, Florida.
The Lake Maitland Advertiser
Is Format Of
Digital reproduction of original 4-page newspaper issue: The Lake Maitland Advertiser, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1890.
Is Part Of
Maitland Public Library Collection, Orange County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
4-partial newspaper pages
Originally published by Lake Maitland Advertiser.