Rearranging the Stars on our Flag: Gen. Spinner's Plan

212264
Date
1889
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Description
Gen. Spinner advocates arranging the stars of the nation flag in the shape of a large star against a blue background. Two drawings illustrate his proposed design. At the bottom of the editorial.
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Circular letter to the citizens on Conant, Florida, 1887

212289
Date
1887
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Description
Circular letter addressed to the Citizens of Conant, Florida appealing to property owners for a subscription in proportion to the amount of land held by them to improve the leading thoroughfares of the town.
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text

Circular letter to the citizens of Hamilton County, Florida from Tax Assessor J.F. Stewart

212290
Date
9/22/1888
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Circular to explain the taxation of land in Hamilton County. Includes letter from State Comptroller to Mr. J.F. Stewart, Assessor of Taxes, Hamilton County and a copy of Laws of Florida Acts of 1883, sections 34 and 35.
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Reprint of an editorial regarding state finances in the Tallahassee Floridian

212291
Date
8/7/1888
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...the Floridian proposes during the canvass, to investigate the republican claims to popular support, and appeal to their record for the justice of its conclusions. To-day we ask attention to the somewhat dull but deeply important topic of state finances.''
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text

Scenes in the Orient at the Florida Chautauqua

212380
Date
1885
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This is a two part advertisement for the Florida Chautauqua at DeFuniak Springs (Feb. 12-14, 1885 at 8 p.m.). The first sheet (Side A) is the announcement of the entire change of program for the 3 nights. Sides B and C have a more complete description of the new kind of entertainment to be presented...
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text

The Sau-Ah-Brah Bureau of Oriental Entertainment at the Florida Chautauqua

212385
Date
1885
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This is a two part advertisement for the Florida Chautauqua at DeFuniak Springs (Feb. 12-14, 1885 at 8 p.m.). The first sheet (Side A) is the announcement of the entire change of program for the 3 nights. Sides B and C have a more complete description of the new kind of entertainment to be presented...
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text

Promotional Flier for Galt City

212410
Date
1885
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... Galt City is one of the most delightful places on the line of the P. & A. R. R. for residence, or for those desiring to go into fruit growing & truck farming. ... Special terms made to colonies and permanent settlers. For further information address, W. G. Chipley ... or A. W. Stewart ... Pensac...
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text

Circular letters to bondholders of the Florida Railroad Company, 1884

212437
Date
2/25/1884
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text

Advertisement for land offered by the St. Andrews Bay Railroad & Land Company

212445
Date
1886
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Description of land of St. Andrew's Bay and surrounding county. Terms. Company address: 227 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Orange City Immigration Society's advertisement for land in Volusia County, circa 1878

212456
Date
1878
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Advertisement from the Orange City Immigration Society for land in Volusia County. The document describes the physical features of the landscape and improvements made to the community. The land for sale was located within 2 miles of "Blue Spring" and near the St. Johns River.
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text

Revised Descriptive Circular of Deland Florida

212460
Date
1884
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text

Jefferson County: Where It Is, and What Can Be Done Here

212461
Date
1887
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Jefferson County is the Banner County of the State. More of its chief crop, cotton, is produced that in any county in the State. Its resources are unlimited, its climate unsurpassed, its soil equals any in any civilized country. ... Any further information about the county, etc., will be cheerfully...
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Florida Orange Grove Company, Limited letterhead

212476
Date
1883
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text

Advertisement for book binding services by the Floridian and Journal in Tallahassee

212478
Date
1881
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... required by lawyers, merchants, bankers, railroad and steamboat companies, state and county officials, or private individuals, done equal workmanship and finish, and as cheap as anywhere.''
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text

Advertisement for Hibernia, Fleming's Island, Florida

212533
Date
1885
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Description
An attractive old-fashioned southern home, surrounded by oak and orange groves delightfully situated on the beautiful St. Johns River, twenty-three miles South of Jacksonville.''
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Broadside advertising new management for the Central Park Hotel in Madison

212535
Date
1880
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text

Reprint of a promotional news piece on DeLeon Springs in Volusia County, 1889

297294
Date
1889
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Description
A reprint of a full-page promotional news piece by the DeLeon Springs Company advertising the history and business opportunities of DeLeon Springs in Volusia County.
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text

Commencement Exercises of The World's College of Life August 15, 1887

297452
Date
1887-08-15
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Description
Program includes a list of commencement activities.
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text

Ticket to Koreshan Sociable at The College of Life

297454
Date
1888-01-09
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Description
Ticket to Koreshan Sociable at The College of Life Tuesday Evening, January 8
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Program for Christmas Entertainment College of Life 1891

297455
Date
1891-01-01
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Description
Program for Christmas entertainment at College of Life in 1891.
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text

Invitation to First Convention of The Concilum of the Koreshan Unity, August 9, 1893

297456
Date
1893-01-08
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Meeting ordered by Victoria Gracia, Empress of the Koreshan Unity, to take place on August 11, 1893.
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text

The Bethel Ophrah History Class Invite to Egypto Chaldare Tea Party

297457
Date
1897-07-04
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The Bethel Ophrah History Class Invite to Egypto Chaldare Tea Party
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Pamphlet for The Pioneer University of Koreshan Universology

297465
Date
1895
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Description
Pamphlet of the Curriculum of Pioneer University of the Koreshan University System
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text

Prospectus of the Koreshan University 1894

297467
Date
1894-01-01
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Description
Prospectus of the Koreshan University 1894 List of Teachers
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Advertisement for the Steamer Tuskawilla, 1878

297551
Date
1878
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Advertisement for passage aboard the Steamer Tuskawilla on the Oklawaha and St. Johns rivers from Jacksonville to Palatka, Silver Springs, Leesburg, and Okeehumkee. Printed on page 79 of H.D. Bicaise, A Guide to the Land of Flowers (Charleston: Parry, Cook & Co., 1878).
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Advertisment for the St. Johns River Boat Yard in Jacksonville, 1878

297552
Date
1878
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Advertisement for the St. John's River Boat Yard adjoining the Jacksonville Yacht Club House at the foot of Market Street. The company rented sailboats and rowboats by the hour. The ad was particularly directed at tourists and sportsmen. Printed on page 78 of H.D. Bicaise, A Guide to the Land of Flo...
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Advertisement for the St. Johns Railroad, 1878

297553
Date
1878
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Description
Print advertisement for the St. John's Railroad, which provided connections from Tocoi on the St. Johns River to St. Augustine. The train left Tocoi and St. Augustine four times daily during the "traveling season," and the fare was $2.00 each way. Printed on page 104 of H.D. Bicaise, A Guide to the ...
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Advertisement for the Steamer Marion based in Palatka, 1878

297554
Date
1878
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Print advertisement for the Steamer "Marion," captained by H.A. Gray and operated from Palatka to Silver Springs via the St. Johns and Oklawaha rivers. The steamer left Rogero's Wharf every Monday and Thursday. M.H. Rogero was the agent for the line at Palatka. Printed on page 118 of H.D. Bicaise, A...
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text

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