Map of the Dixie Highway system, drawn by Rudolph J. Shutting of Chattanooga. The map shows the route traversing the U.S. from Michigan and Chicago south to Miami, including alternate or auxiliary routes along the way. The Dixie Highway was first proposed in 1915 by Carl Graham Fisher.
At Florida Theater, Thursday, May 24, 1962, 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. sponsored by Tallahassee Junior Woman's Club in cooperation with Leon County Unit American Cancer Society and Leon County Medical Society. Films entitled "Time and Two Women" and "Breast-Self Examination."
Florida Free Press newsletter, number 17, published by the North Florida Citizenship Education Project. This newsletter features stories about Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) activities in North Florida, voter registration drives and other news.
Information broadside for the Florida Centennial Celebration held in Tallahassee, Florida in 1924. Provides information about: Parking, Ladies' Rest Rooms, Parade schedule, Location of attractions, and Auto camp grounds.
This directory lists information about the Orlando Negro Chamber of Commerce including a brief history; chamber objectives; and information about local businesses, clubs and institutions. Includes numerous pictures and comment from city and state officials about the role of black commerce in 1960s O...
Booklet advertising the planned community of Olympia or Picture City in Martin County on Florida's Atlantic coast. The booklet describes the planned community, provides maps, and outlines the benefits of settling in the area. Olympia - Picture City was to be located on the Dixie Highway and the Flor...
Response to article about Deer Park Proposition, known as Hopkins Tract, in Jacksonville Times-Union. Article from Jacksonville Times-Union is repeated in first column and most of second column. Last two paragraphs in second column and third column are comments from the Melbourne Times article.
Reprints of advertisements placed by the jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce during the first quarter of 1959. These advertisements were placed in nationally circulated business publications. The ads generally emphasize Jacksonville's growing role as a trade and distribution center.
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