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  • Title: Ranch
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    • Wekiwa Ranch: The Astor Grant.

    • Wekiwa Ranch (Fla.).;
      Land grants -- Florida -- Wekiwa Ranch.;
      Pamphlets -- Florida -- Wekiwa Ranch.;
      Illustrations -- Pictorial works.;
      Wekiwa Ranch (Fla.) -- Maps.
    • Pamphlet with information on the Wekiwa Ranch. The area of the ranch was formerly known as the Astor Grant, and was at one time owned by William Astor of New York. The pamphlet includes information on the ranch and the variety of crops grown there....
    • Collection of Wekiwa Ranch photographs.

    • Wekiwa Ranch (Fla.) -- Photographs.;
      Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Photographs.;
      Ranches -- Florida -- Photographs.;
      Livestock -- Florida -- Photographs.;
      Ranchers -- Florida -- Photographs.;
      St. Johns River...
    • Black-and-white photographs of the Wekiwa Ranch located on the Wekiwa River. The Wekiwa Ranch was purchased in 1915 by the Blackman family from Judge T. Picton Warlow, according to a letter written by Berkeley Blackman on August 29, 1943.
    • Sandspur, Vol. 18 No. 21, May 06, 1916

    • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.
    • Rollins College student newspaper, written by the students and published at Rollins College. The Sandspur started as a literary journal.
    • Turtle Mound on Duda's Cocoa ranch, c. 1960.

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    • Turtle Mound at the Cocoa ranch. An old house standing on this area of the Duda family's cattle ranch, near the St. John's River, was sometimes used for shelter, picnics, or even an overnight stay by family members when they enjoyed an afternoon of...
    • Turtle Mound on Duda's Cocoa ranch, c. 1960.

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    • Turtle Mound at the Cocoa ranch. An old house standing on this area of the Duda family's cattle ranch, near the St. John's River, was sometimes used for shelter, picnics, or even an overnight stay by family members when they enjoyed an afternoon of...

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