Atlantic Coast Line Vestibuled Train to Florida, 1887

324354
Date
1887
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Pamphlet for the luxury vestibuled train cars to begin on the Atlantic Coast Line in 1888. Includes illustrations of the interiors of several cars. Pamphlet has a cropped corner, but loses no information.
Type
text

Advertisement for the Florida Southern Railway, the Orange Belt Route, 1883

298143
Date
1883
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Description
Advertisement for the Florida Southern Railway, the "Orange Belt Route of Florida," as well as its large land grant. The company was offering both transportation options and land for sale. Printed on page 112 of Charles Henry Webber's The Eden of the South, Descriptive of the Orange Groves, Vegetabl...
Type
text

Photographic Travel Book Titled "G. P. A.: March, '88"

339351
Date
1888
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A photographic travel book illustrating the trip taken by members of the General Passenger Agents Association and their wives from March 17-19, 1888, on a "Special Train to Florida." The photographs are accompanied by quotations from "Paradise Lost" by John Milton; "Evangeline" by Henry Wadsworth Lo...
Type
still image

Louisville and Nashville Railroad Time Tables, 1922

331478
Date
1922-11-13
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Description
The timetable for L&N Railroad that includes the names of employees in the passenger department and the freight department; a map of the L&N Railroad route; the different services offered on each route; general information; and an index of stations along the railroad. The reverse lists all train ser...
Type
text

Advertisement for the Florida Railway and Navigation Company, 1887

298148
Date
1887
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Description
Advertisement for the Florida Railway and Navigation Company, a large network of rail lines operating in Florida in the late 19th century. The ad lists the various destinations a passenger could reach on this line, and describes some of the amenities available on the trains. The ad also lists some o...
Type
text

Grand Illumination at Night handbill

297411
Date
1890
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Description
Handbill advertising steamer tours down the Ocklawaha River by torchlight.
Type
text

Hart Line letterhead

297413
Date
1890
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Description
Letterhead for Hart Line Steamers.
Type
text

Hollywood Vacation Advertisement - brochure

326735
Date
1926
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Description
A 1920s advertisement brochure for the seaside vacation town of Hollywood publicizing its attractions and booming growth.
Type
text

Trip up the Ocklawaha on the Hart Liner "Okeehumkee" pamphlet

297412
Date
1890
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Description
Promotional pamphlet for Okeehumkee Steamer trip.
Type
text

Leaflet advertising the Plant System's Overland and Short Sea Route, ca. 1892

326740
Date
1892
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Type
text

Pamphlet by the Lake County Chamber of Commerce promoting Lake County

297290
Date
1932
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Type
text

Memo from Gordon R. Carey to Local CORE Groups, December 7, 1960

331533
Date
1960-12-07
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Description
Memo from CORE Field Director Gordon R. Carey to local CORE groups concerning desegregation of bus terminal restaurants. He discusses activity of select CORE field secretaries, including Jim McCain, Thomas Gaither, Genevieve Hughes and Richard Haley.
Type
text

History of Olympia - Picture City - booklet

297497
Date
1926-01-01
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Description
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...
Type
text

Pamphlet - A Winter in Fort George, Florida, ca. 1888

297561
Date
1888
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Description
Pamphlet advertising Fort George Island, located in Duval County near the mouth of the St. Johns River. The pamphlet was published by the Fort George Island Company, and includes a map of proposed developments, engravings of the island, climate information, and testimonials from visitors.
Type
text

Rainbow Springs tourist attraction sale presentation package, 1954

327613
Date
1954
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Description
Rainbow Springs, "Florida's most rapidly growing attraction," sale presentation package, 1954
Type
text

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