Howard-Packard Land Company
Howard-Packard Land Co.
Mortgage banks--United States
Banks and banking--Florida
The Howard-Packard Land Company offices, based out of the Peoples Bank Building located on 101 West First Street in Sanford, Florida.The building was constructed in 1883 as the Lyman Bank and is the oldest brick building in Sanford's downtown district. In 1908, the building was refaced with a marble front. Howard-Packard Land Co. established their offices in the Peoples Bank Building in 1904. According to a 1909 advertisement printed in the United States Investor, the Howard-Packard Land Company offered twenty year mortgages at 8% interest. The value of the land holdings ranged between $500 and $100,000. The advertisement also states that, "the funds secured from the sale of these bonds will be used solely for the improvement and installation of the sub-irrigation system on lands which are held as security for this bond issue."
Reproduction of original black and white photograph, November 25, 1910: Photographic Collection, box 3, folder Businesses--Assorted, General Collection, UCF Public History Center, Sanford, Florida.
Original black and white photograph, November 25, 1910: Photographic Collection, box 3, folder Businesses--Assorted, General Collection, UCF Public History Center, Sanford, Florida.
Is Part Of
Digital reproduction of original black and white photograph, November 25, 1910.
Is Referenced By
Woodruff, E.T., ed. 1910. "The Celery City: Second Edition." The Sanford Herald, November 25, Industrial section, Sanford yesterday/Sanford tomorrow edition.
1 reproduced newspaper photograph.
Originally created by and published by The Sanford Herald.
"Inactive and Unlisted Security Supplement." United States Investor 20, no. 24 (June 10, 1909). Boston: Frank P. Bennett & Co, 1900.
External Reference Title
HOWARD-PACKARD LAND CO
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1 reproduced of newspaper photograph