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Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Coverage contains "Florida Boom "
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Leaflet advertising the Hotel Princess Issena in Seabreeze, Fla., circa 1920s

Leaflet advertising the Hotel Princess Issena in Seabreeze, Fla., circa 1920s

Date
1920 (circa)
Description
Leaflet advertising the Hotel Princess Issena in Seabreeze, Florida just outside Daytona in Volusia County. The leaflet includes a detailed description of the hotel's amenities and services, including automobile and horse rentals, excursions on the Tomoka River, hot and cold baths, etc. Makes reference to the fireproof nature of the building, and provides details about laundry services, the cuisine, steam heating, nearby golf courses, and billiards. Includes color images of the hotel and its interior.
Collection
Sheet Music,

Sheet Music, "Tamiami Trail" by Cliff Friend and Joseph Santly, 1926

Date
1926
Description
Sheet music for the song "Tamiami Trail," music written by Joseph H. Santly and lyrics written by Cliff Friend. The song was written for voice and piano, and published in 1926 by Jerome H. Remick & Company.
Collection
The Florida Auto Annual, 1905

The Florida Auto Annual, 1905

Date
1905
Description
Guidebook for the Ormond-Daytona Beach Meet published in 1905.
Collection
Official Program - Ormond-Daytona Beach Races, 1904

Official Program - Ormond-Daytona Beach Races, 1904

Date
1904
Description
Extensive program for the second annual Ormond-Daytona Beach Races, administrated by the Florida East Coast Automobile Association. The program contains extensive information on early beach racing on Florida's Atlantic coast, including lists of the contestants in the 1903 and 1904 races, along with specifics about the cars they drove, the speeds they achieved, the horsepower of their engines, and other data. The program is also richly illustrated with advertisements for automobiles, parts, lubricants, and other supplies. Advertisers include Autolyte Gas Lamps, the Packard Motor Car Company, the Royal Motor Car Company, the Olds Motor Works, the American Automobile Association, Pope, the Central Automobile Company, the White Sewing Machine Company, FIAT, Darracq, Dewar's Famous Scotch Whiskey, Continental Tires, and the Peerless Motor Car Company, among others.
Collection
Osola: The Legend of the Mysterious Smoke of Wakulla, 1922

Osola: The Legend of the Mysterious Smoke of Wakulla, 1922

Date
1922
Description
An "epic poem" written by Tallahassee resident Reinette Long Hunt of the Grove. The poem tells the story of Osola, a boy born of a Wakulla water spirit and Indian Chief Wacissa. When Osola's dad goes to Pensacola, he asks Osola to keep a fire going so he will be able to find his way home using the smoke. Wanawachee, "on the hills above Wakulla," notices the smoke and asks her brother Chief Tallahassee to send his warriors to learn where the smoke is coming from. The warriors find Osola and Chief Tallahassee and Wanawachee travel to meet him. The legend is meant to explain the Wakulla Swamp Volcano.
Collection
Florida and Havana: Queen and Crescent Route and Southern Railway, 1905

Florida and Havana: Queen and Crescent Route and Southern Railway, 1905

Date
1905
Description
A booklet describing what passengers would see as they traveled along the Queen and Crescent Route to Cuba and Nassau. The booklet includes detailed information about the American Civil War history of the stops along the route in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia; hotels where passengers could stay; attractions passengers could see in these cities; and images of both the hotels and the attractions. The end of the booklet describes the automatic electric block signal system used along the route and has the timetables for trains and steamships.
Collection
Turn-by-turn Directions from Bartow to Haines City, 1924

Turn-by-turn Directions from Bartow to Haines City, 1924

Date
1924
Description
Turn by turn directions for driving from Bartow to Haines City in Polk County, Florida. State and U.S. highways were not yet marked at this time, hence the need for detailed instructions to motorists traveling along public roadways. Published on page 54 of The Florida Times-Union's "Florida Roads and Resorts," 1924 edition.
Collection
Advertisement for Orange County, 1924

Advertisement for Orange County, 1924

Date
1924
Description
Advertisement for Orange County, outlining the various agricultural products of the county, including bananas, grapes, ferns, dairy products, and poultry. Published on page 23 of The Florida Times-Union's "Florida Roads and Resorts," 1924 edition.
Collection
Advertisement for Pipkin Mineral Wells Bath House - Safety Harbor, 1924

Advertisement for Pipkin Mineral Wells Bath House - Safety Harbor, 1924

Date
1924
Description
Advertisement for the Pipkin Mineral Wells Bath House in Safety Harbor in Pinellas County, Florida. The advertisement includes a breakdown of the various minerals in the waters at the resort, including sodium chloride, magnesium chloride, potassium sulphate, and others. The resort featured Turkish and Russian baths and other amenities. Published on page 27 of The Florida Times-Union's "Florida Roads and Resorts," 1924 edition.
Collection
Advertisement for Clermont, Florida businesses, 1924

Advertisement for Clermont, Florida businesses, 1924

Date
1924
Description
Advertisement for several businesses in Clermont in Lake County, Florida, including the First National Bank of Clermont, the local Rexall Drug Store, the Clermont Hotel, the Clermont Motor Company, the O.K. Ice Company, realtor W.N. McKinney, and general merchandiser J.U. Johnson. Published on page 44 of The Florida Times-Union's "Florida Roads and Resorts," 1924 edition.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
flc_647.9475921-h832_01Leaflet advertising the Hotel Princess Issena in Seabreeze, Fla., circa 1920stextHotels
Business corporations
Tourism industry
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flc_781.63-f911_01Sheet Music, "Tamiami Trail" by Cliff Friend and Joseph Santly, 1926textHighways
Music
Florida--Tamiami Trail
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flc_796.72_f636aThe Florida Auto Annual, 1905textOrmond Beach (Fla.) -- Guidebooks
Daytona Beach (Fla.) -- Guidebooks
Automobile racing -- Florida
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flc_796.72-f636_01Official Program - Ormond-Daytona Beach Races, 1904textAutomobile racing
Automobile racing drivers
Automobiles--Equipment and supplies
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flc_811-l849_01Osola: The Legend of the Mysterious Smoke of Wakulla, 1922textVolcanoes--Legends
Peatlands--Wakulla County--Wakulla
Legends -- Florida
Indians of North America -- Florida -- Folklore
Poetry
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flc_917.5-q3_01Florida and Havana: Queen and Crescent Route and Southern Railway, 1905textRailroad trains
Railroad travel
Florida -- Description and travel
Florida -- Pictorial works
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flc_917.59-f636_01Turn-by-turn Directions from Bartow to Haines City, 1924textGuidebooks
Driving directions
Automobile travel
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flc_917.59-f636_02Advertisement for Orange County, 1924textAdvertisements
Boosterism
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flc_917.59-f636_03Advertisement for Pipkin Mineral Wells Bath House - Safety Harbor, 1924textMineral waters
Health resorts
Advertisements
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flc_917.59-f636_04Advertisement for Clermont, Florida businesses, 1924textAdvertisements
Boosterism
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