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    • Seminole Co. census: January 1920

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Portion of Fourteenth Census of the US-1920 population, listing the names of several Slavia families. Included are names from the families of Paul Lukas, Michael Dinda, and those of brothers, Joseph and Michael Mikler (misspelled as MICKLER). Image...
    • Men hauling logs in Slavia, ca. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Three men use a horse drawn wagon to haul logs in Slavia, c.1915. Left to right: Michael Dinda, Sr., Michael Dinda. Jr., and twin brother, John, visiting from college. All are wearing hats and long sleeves to protect themselves from the sun. The...
    • Stanko Store and service station, Slavia, c. 1920s

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Image of the grocery store and service station owned by Martin and Juliana Stanko (c. 1920s). Located in Slavia on SR 426 (near current intersection of Slavia Road and SR 426). Parked under the gas station canopy is an automobile of undetermined...
    • Hauling celery to depot for shipping, 1920s

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Michael Dinda, Jr. drives truck loaded with crates of celery from the Dinda farm in Slavia. The truck was driven to the railroad depot in Oviedo for shipping to markets, possibly in Atlanta or Savannah. c.1920s. Snapshot (courtesy: Robert Dinda)...
    • Slavia families en route to a picnic, c. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • A caravan of three horse drawn wagons carry the George Jakubcin Family (center wagon) and other Slavia families over rough, uncleared terrain to a picnic spot (likely near Lake Jesup) for a community outing. Snapshot (courtesy: David Jakubcin) was...
    • George Jakubcin rides the rails, c. 1925

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • George Jakubcin, Sr. is shown riding a 3 wheeled contraption he invented to ride on the railroad tracks between Slavia and Winter Park. c.1925. He actually used this device to travel from Slavia to work in Winter Park, sometimes carrying his work...
    • Stanko Store in Slavia, lone man in front, c. 1920

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • An unidentified man stands in front of the Stanko store and service station in Slavia, c.1920. On sign painted on front of building are advertisements for 'soft drinks and candies' and 'tobacco, cigars, cigarettes.' Snapshot (Courtesy: Gertrude...
    • Picnic near Lake Jesup, c. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Slavia Families enjoy a day's outing and picnic near Lake Jesup, c.1915. Left to right: 1.unidentified, 2.George Jakubcin, Sr., 3. Mrs. John Stanko, 4. Anna Duda, 5. Katarina Duda, 6. John Duda, 7.Mrs. Martin Stanko, 8. (child in front) Ferdinand...
    • Horse power: Dinda men plowing fields

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Michael Dinda, Sr. (holding handles of plow) with twin sons: John (standing) and Michael, Jr. (on horse) plow the fields of their farm in Slavia. c.1911-15. Reprint (Courtesy: Robert Dinda) scanned at SLLS, 2001, for the church's 90th anniversary...
    • Covered wagon "schoolbus," Slavia, c. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Slavia children (13 in this photo), members of the Hruska, Mikler, Dinda, Duda and Ceman families, attended school in Oviedo. But their transportation, c. 1915, was by a horse-drawn covered wagon, which had to traverse the dirt road between Slavia...

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