|flc_917.5911-m527_01||Leaflet advertising the Egmont Hotel at Fernandina, 1884||text||Hotels|
Leaflet advertising the Egmont Hotel at Fernandina, 1884
- Leaflet advertising the Egmont Hotel in Fernandina, Florida on Amelia Island. The leflet describes the hotel's accommodations and the activities available for entertainment in the surrounding area. A description of travel options is also provided. The leaflet notes that Fernandina was "entirely free of malaria," and that the nearby beach was "as straight as an arrow, the hard beaten sand as smooth as a billiard table." The leaflet was dated for the 1884-85 winter season, which began December 1, 1884.
|flc_917.59-l478_01||Tourist Map of Jacksonville, 1885||text||Hotels|
Tourist Map of Jacksonville, 1885
- Tourist map of Jacksonville indicating the location of railroad depots, hotels, boardinghouses, churches, public buildings, and other points of interest for visitors. Provided as an insert attached to page 45 of Henry Lee, The Tourist's Guide of Florida (New York: Leve & Alden, 1885). "Presented by Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway Company."
|flc_917.5916-s136_01||Brochure for the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs, 1890||text||Sulphur springs|
Brochure for the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs, 1890
- 1890 (circa)
- Booklet describing the St. Clair Hotel at Green Cove Springs in Clay County, Florida. Daily room rates, accommodations, optional excursions, activities, bathing facilities, and the character of the region and climate are discussed. The environment and the mineral-infused waters of the springs are reputed in the booklet to cure or treat a variety of illnesses, including Bright's Disease, chronic liver disease, neuralgia, nervous prostration, and rheumatism. Several engravings illustrate the booklet.