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    • Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Tallahassee (Fla.) -- Maps.; Pensacola (Fla.) -- Maps.; Saint Augustine Harbour (Fla.) -- Maps.; Alabama -- Maps.; Georgia -- Maps.; Fortification -- Florida -- Maps.; Battlefields -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida --...
    • 1846 Mitchell S. Augustus map of Florida, relief shown by hachures and depth shown by soundings. Includes tables of mileage along various routes. Map denotes forts and battlefields. Prime meridian: Washington D.C. Map scale [ca. 1:3,218,688]and...
    • Sanford, the City Substantial

    • Advertising -- Florida -- Sanford.; Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs.; Tourism -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs;
    • Brochure advertising the City Substantial, Sanford, Florida. Published by the Sanford Chamber of Commerce. Includes information about agriculture, tourism, banks, transportation, schools, religion, and neighboring towns. Also includes a map of...
    • Sanford: Now and Then

    • Sanford (Fla.) -- History.
    • Book published by the Sanford Chamber of Commerce detailing the history of Sanford from its founding to the present day (1970s). Published for the city's centennial. Shows images and writings of Sanford's residence, and accounts for how the city...
    • Sanford Chronicle Industrial Edition, Winter, 1910

    • Advertising -- Florida -- Sanford -- Newspapers
    • Newspaper published by the Sanford Herald which provides pertinent information for the residents of Sanford. Includes information on residents, businesses, agriculture, and recreation. See page level descriptions for more detailed information.
    • Map of Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- History --1821-1865 -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • American atlas 1823 map of Florida by H.S. Tanner, hand colored. Relief shown by hachures. The divisional territories of Florida are demarcated along with land grants and forts. Prime meridians: Washington, D.C. and Greenwich. Map was "Entered...
    • San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Fla.

    • San Juan Hotel (Orlando, Fla.) -- Photographs.; Hotels -- Florida -- Orlando -- Photographs.; Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Orlando -- Photographs.; Renaissance revival (Architecture) -- Florida -- Orlando -- Photographs.; Antique...
    • Black-and-white photograph of the San Juan Hotel, view with cars in front. Text on back of photograph: "4 in. wide--flush on sides, copper halftone, without line. This photo was used in preparing a history of the Rotary Club of Orlando, Fla. in...
    • A new map of part of the United States of North America.

    • Florida -- Maps.- South Atlantic States -- Maps.; Bahamas -- Maps.; Florida -- History -- To 1821 Maps.; South Atlantic States -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • A new map of part of the United States of North America: containing the Carolinas and Georgia, also the Floridas and part of the Bahama Islands &c.- from the latest authorities by John Cary, engraver. The map relief is shown pictorially. Map is...
    • Scott Family Scrapbook.

    • Scott Family -- Photographs.;
      Scrapbooks -- Florida.;
      Photograph albums -- Florida.;
      Florida -- Social life and customs.
    • Photograph album containing pictures of the Scott Family standing in front of various buildings, in front of pines and palmettos, swimming, alligator hunting, and boating. Includes scenes from these Central Florida communities: Gotha, Rock Lake,...
    • Tomokan, 1920.

    • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Students -- Yearbooks.;
      College students' writings, American -- Florida -- Winter Park.
    • Rollins College student yearbook, The Tomokan, Vol. 2, 1919-1920, published by the Senior class.
    • Maps of city of Sanford, Fla., Seminole County, Fla. and State of Florida

    • Sanford (Fla.) -- Maps, Tourist; Scenic byways -- Florida -- Sanford -- Maps.; Scenic byways -- Florida -- Seminole County -- Maps; Seminole County (Fla.) -- Maps, Tourist; Florida -- Maps, Tourist
    • Foldable map which contains general information about the city of Sanford, including transportation, population, and climate. Three maps are included in this pamphlet: a map of Seminole County as of 1940, which includes a key which denotes good...
    • Bird's Eye View of Sanford, Fla., Orange Co., 1884

    • Pictorial maps -- Florida -- Sanford
    • Hand-drawn map of the bird's-eye view of Sanford, Florida, from 1884. Depicts the city's blocks, street names, and homes and businesses that were inhabiting Sanford in 1884. Also shows Lake Monroe with steamships and sail boats afloat. Some more...
    • 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...
    • Tractor power at Mikler Barn, c. 1920s

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Slavia settlers pose in front of Mikler barn with what is likely to be one of the first powered tractors used in the community, shown (left to right): 1. Joe B. Mikler, 2. Joseph Mikler, Sr., 3. Adam Klimek, 4. Andrew Mikler, 5. Andrew Sobek, 6....
    • Celery field, Slavia, c. 1920s

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Michael Dinda, Sr. is shown standing in the celery field of the Dinda Farm in Slavia, c. 1920s. Snapshot (damaged corners), courtesy: Robert Dinda, was scanned at SLLS, 2001. Image appeared in Like a Mustard Seed: Like a Mustard Seed: The Slavia...
    • St. Luke's first confirmation class, July 20, 1924

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • St. Luke's First Confirmation Class of 13 students is shown with the visiting pastor and student pastor who instructed and prepared them for this momentous event in the life of the young congregation of St. Luke's Lutheran Church. Left to right Row...
    • Confirmands with Pastor Tuhy, May 19, 1940

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Confirmands of the class of 1940 are shown on the south side of the new brick church with Pastor Stephen M. Tuhy. Left to right: 1. Andrew Mertan, 2. Steve Mertan, 3. Dan Lukas, 4. George Mertan, 5. Pastor Tuhy, 6. Ellen Svrlinga, 7. Lillian...


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