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19:35; color; sound; V-47 CA027; S. 828
This film tells the story of Key West, using old photos and drawings. It shows the Audubon House, describes the restoration movement, and shows various gardens and the Sidewalk Art Festival. The Conch Train comes by and viewers see Hemingway's house. A cigar maker, shrimp boats and deep-sea fishing are shown. The film then shows Fort Taylor and its Civil War remains, followed by a recap. Produced by Raymond H. McPhee and WTVJ Public Affairs.
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