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Vice President Walter F. Mondale

Vice President Walter F. Mondale

Date
1977-05-16
Collection
Van Dyke building - Miami Beach, Florida.

Van Dyke building - Miami Beach, Florida.

Date
1924-11-30
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
WE194World War II antiaircraft gun - Miami Beach, FloridaAntiaircraft guns
World War, 1939-1945--Monuments
World War II
WWII
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WE125Walter Kaplan - owner of the Embers Restaurant.Men--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach--Portraits/fpc/wendler/we125.gif
WE183BView of South Beach under developmentBuilding/fpc/wendler/we183b.gif
WE284View of entrance and bathhouse on Palm Island, Miami Beach, FloridaBathhouses--Florida--Palm Island/fpc/wendler/we284.gif
WE124Vice President Walter F. MondaleVice-Presidents--United States/fpc/wendler/we124.gif
WE011Veterans Park and tennis courts - Surfside, FloridaCentral business districts--Florida--Surfside
Tennis courts
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WE049Venetian and MacArthur Causeways crossing the Biscayne Bay.Aerial views--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach
Causeways--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach--Aerial photographs
Aerial photographs
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WE207Van Dyke building - Miami Beach, Florida.Office buildings--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach/fpc/wendler/we207.gif
WE079AU.S Representative Pepper soaks in the latest gossip - Miami Beach, FloridaPublic officers
Statesmen--United States
Legislators--United States
Politicians--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach
Delegates
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WE109Two views of Lincoln Road - Miami Beach, Florida.Central business districts--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach
Commercial buildings--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach
Pedestrian areas--Florida--Dade County--Miami Beach
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