Aerial view showing lighthouse at Hillsboro Inlet - Pompano Beach, Florida.

132035
Date
1989
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
K894260
radio beacon was added after World War II. Today, its 20-second flash through its original second

View looking toward the Hillsboro Lighthouse from Pompano Beach, Florida.

132052
Date
1992
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
K894278
radio beacon was added after World War II. Today, its 20-second flash through its original second

Live Oak Perry & Gulf Railroad de-motorized passenger rail car at Foley, Florida.

256209
Date
1945
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
DG01114
Airbase which was part of the World War II effort. S&NY had bought the one of a kind car to use

View showing the Hillsboro Lighthouse at Pompano Beach, Florida.

244021
Date
Not after 1996
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
COM07843
radio beacon was added after World War II. Today, its 20-second flash through its original second

Banker Phil Lucy obtaining hosiery from vault for Trooper C. W. Keith to transport to Cypress Gardens - Winter Haven, Florida.

18486
Date
1943
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77401
has taken from his vault a box of nylon hose which at that time (shortly after World War II [WWII

Interior view of Jim Wilson's place showing lamps and fire place.

16643
Date
1940
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR25604
after two months. After World War II, the studio finally completed the film in 1947 with Gregory Peck

Interview with shrimper Bernie Colvin

238893
Date
08/08/1984
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-145; C86-149
shrimping trip and changes in the industry over time; fishing and its benefits during World War II; Candy

Workers at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18568
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77486
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Carpenter shop at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18569
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77487
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing construction site at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18570
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77488
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18582
Date
ca 1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77501
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View of construction site at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18584
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77503
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18591
Date
ca 1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77511
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing ship under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18600
Date
ca 1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77520
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing a ship being constructed at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18620
Date
ca 1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77540
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing workers at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18632
Date
ca 1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77552
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing construction site at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18635
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77555
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Employees using a pile driver at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18640
Date
ca 1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77560
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Philanthropist Bernard Castro delivering a speech in Ocala, Florida.

19119
Date
1964
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PT00418
to introduce the modern sofa bed/convertible couch mechanism, and in the post-World War II era became one

View showing the 82 foot concrete water tower at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18563
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77482
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing water tower under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18564
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77483
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing construction of water tower at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18565
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77484
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Powerhouse under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18571
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77489
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Timekeepers office under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18572
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77490
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Building No. 17 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18575
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77494
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Launching Ways #4 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18577
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77497
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing Building No. 17 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18579
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77498
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing a building under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18583
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77502
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Launching Ways No. 3 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18588
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77508
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing Hulls No. 101 and 99 during construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18604
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77524
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

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