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    • Funeral Register Volume 15 : Carey Hand Funeral Home records, November 30, 1931 to December 9,...

    • Carey Hand Funeral Home (Orlando, Fla.).; Greenwood Cemetery (Orlando, Fla.).; Palm Cemetery (Orlando, Fla.).; Funeral homes -- Florida -- Orlando.; Undertakers and undertaking -- Florida -- Orlando.; Registers of birth, etc. -- Florida --...
    • Contains records and ledgers on services provided at the Carey Hand Funeral Home. Materials include memoranda regarding the death and burial of deceased individuals, registers of the death, burial and payment information, plots in the Greenwood and...
    • Postcard of Stetson University Elizabeth Hall

    • Stetson University -- Buildings --Florida (State) -- DeLand
    • Postcard of Elizabeth Hall, Stetson University. A handwritten note reads "Elizabeth Hall before the trees in the Forest Arden were planted. The little octagonal building housed thepump which pumped water to [the] tank in [the] tower of Elizabeth...
    • National Youth Administration photograph

    • Black and white photography -- United States -- Photographs; Machinery -- Photographs; African Americans; Spectators -- United States of America -- Photographs; Costello, Lou -- Public appearances -- Speaking -- United States of America --...
    • A black and white photograph of Lou Costello, center, addressing a group of NYA members and spectators at an unknown location. He is wearing a three-button suit and is apparently making a speech. Around him stand NYA members in coveralls. ...
    • John and Katie Duda's first home, c.1940s

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    • The first (frame) home built by Katie and John Duda, Sr. in late 1930s was located on the original 40 acre Duda farm on Mikler Road. But the house in this photo, unfortunately, burned to the ground in the middle of the night, c.1950, and the family...
    • John and Katie Duda's first home, c.1940s

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    • The first (frame) home built by Katie and John Duda, Sr. in late 1930s was located on the original 40 acre Duda farm on Mikler Road. But the house in this photo, unfortunately, burned to the ground in the middle of the night, c.1950, and the family...

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