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    • Lochmede vol. 02 no. 32, August 10, 1888.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Advertising -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Free trade -- Florida -- Newspapers.; Oranges -- Newspapers.; Civil service -- Newspapers.; Drainage -- Florida -- Kissimmee -- Newspapers.
    • Lochmede Winter Park newspaper from 1888 with articles on: free trade, a new Orange, the merit system and civil service, and drainage at Kissimmee.
    • Lochmede vol. 03 no. 12, March 22, 1889.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Advertising -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Methodist church buildings -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Oranges -- Newspapers.; Budgets, Personal -- Newspapers.; Actors -- Newspapers.; ...
    • Lochmede Winter Park newspaper from 1889 with articles on: the Winter Park Methodist Episcopal Church, Canned oranges, personal budgets and savings, the autobiography of Joseph Jefferson (actor), Orange County Sunday School convention, and making a...
    • Lochmede vol, 03 no. 17, April 26, 1889.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Advertising -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Conventions -- Florida -- Leesburg -- Newspapers.; Shipping -- Rates -- Newspapers.; Railroad stations -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Oranges...
    • Lochmede Winter Park newspaper from 1889 with articles on: an orange growers convention, express rates on peaches, trains from Winter Park, evolution of the orange, and bermuda grass.
    • Lochmede vol. 01 no. 12, September 16, 1887.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Maitland, Lake (Florida) -- Newspapers.; Ethers -- Newspapers.; Pawpaw -- Florida -- Newspapers.; Petersburg (Va.) -- History -- Siege, 1864-1865.; Oranges -- Newspapers.; Lightning rods -- Newspapers.; ...
    • Lochmede Winter Park (Fla.) newspaper from 1887 with articles on: Lake Maitland, dangers of benzine, Pawpaw bark, troops at Petersburg, Va., the first lightning rod, and Japanese oranges.

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