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    • Book 006: Carey Hand Funeral Home records, December 20, 1904 - September 4, 1906

    • 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...
    • Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Roads -- Florida -- Maps.; Harbors -- Florida -- Maps.; Rivers -- Florida -- Maps.; Georgia -- Maps.; Florida -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geogrpaphy -- Maps.
    • Map of Florida depicting roads, harbors and rivers. The Prime meridians for the map are: Greenwich and Washington, D.C. Contains inset of West part of Florida at the same scale as the main map. The map was "Entered according to act of Congress in...
    • Colton's Georgia & Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps. Florida Keys (Fla.) -- Maps.; Alabama -- Maps.; Gerogia -- Maps.; Florida -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Railroads -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • Colton's 1855 Map of Georgia & Florida, with inset plan of the Florida Keys, includes text and statistics on Alabama on the reverse side. Map: "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1855 by J.H. Colton and Co. Prime meridians: Greenwich...
    • 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...
    • Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Fortification -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Florida --- History -- 1821-1865 -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • T.G. Bradford's 1838 map of Florida, engraved by G.W. Boynton. Map was "Entered according to act of Congress in the year of 1838, by T.G. Bradford. Map includes fortication indication. Map scale [ca. 1:2,216,600].
    • Asher and Adams' Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Railroads -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • Asher and Adam's map of Florida, Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington D.C. Contains inset of Southern part of Florida. Map "Entered according ot act of Congress in the year 1871 by Asher and Adams in the Office of the Librarian of Congress in...
    • A new map of Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Railroads -- Florida -- Maps.; Fortifcation -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Alabama -- Maps.; Georgia -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • 1856 new map of Florida by the firm of Charles Desilver, entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1856 by Charles Desilver. Includes mileage chart for various water routes. Map scale (1:3,168,00) Inscribed in pencil on back of map: gift of...
    • Christmas Parade in Sanford,c. early 1950s

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    • A decorated float makes its way down the streets of Sanford during that city's annual Christmas Parade, c. 1950s. Unclear whether this was one of the many floats built by the parents, staff and students of St, Luke's Christian Day School, but seems...
    • Colton's map of Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Railroads -- Florida -- Maps.; Fortification -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida Keys (Fla.) -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.; Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.
    • Colton's 1872 map of Florida. Map denotes railroads and forts, contains inset plan of Florida Keys, and was "Entered according to act of Congress in 1855 by J.H. Colton and Co." The map is framed by a decorative border comprised of a floral motif....
    • Colton's Florida.

    • Florida -- Maps.; Florida Keys (Fla.) -- Maps.; Alabama -- Maps.; Gerogia -- Maps.; Florida -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.; Railroads -- Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geography -- Maps.
    • Colton's 1855 Map of Florida, with inset plan of the Florida Keys, includes text and statistics on Alabama on the reverse side. Map: "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1855 by J.H. Colton and Co. Prime meridians: Greenwich and...
    • Christmas Parade in Sanford,c. early 1950s

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    • A decorated float makes its way down the streets of Sanford during that city's annual Christmas Parade, c. 1950s. Unclear whether this was one of the many floats built by the parents, staff and students of St, Luke's Christian Day School, but seems...

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