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  •  Photograph album of Charles Melville Shipman, 1916 Volume 2.                             University of Central Florida

    Photograph album of Charles Melville Shipman, 1916. Volume 2

  •  Hand colored photograph of a whiptail stingray from the Shipman album, 1916.                                                          University of Central Florida

    Hand colored photograph of a whiptail stingray from the Shipman album, 1916

  •  1,000 families can find free homesteads in Orange County, Florida, 1876. University of Central Florida

    1,000 families can find free homesteads in Orange County, Florida, 1876

  •  1,000 families can find free homesteads in Orange County, Florida, 1876. University of Central Florida

    1,000 families can find free homesteads in Orange County, Florida, 1876. Top detail

  •  1,000 families can find free homesteads in Orange County, Florida, 1876. University of Central Florida

    1,000 families can find free homesteads in Orange County, Florida, 1876. Bottom detail

  •  From the 1920s to the early 1950s, the world’s largest citrus producer was located in southwest Orange County.  Many advances in citrus concentrate and production were pioneered by the company, circa 1930's. Orange County Regional History Center

    Dr. Phillips Citrus Company, circa 1930's

  •  At his home in Gotha, FL, Henry Nehrling operated Florida’s first experimental gardens, testing over 3000 new and rare plants for the USDA. Nehrling’s work paved the way for Florida’s thriving nursery industry, circa 1910. Orange County Regional History Center

    Henry Nehrling Gardens, circa 1910

  •  One of 27 letters written from John Otto Fries to John M. Cheney discussing his experiences with obtaining census information from the Seminole tribes located in Everglades region of Florida.  The information was compiled for the 1900 census. Orange County Regional History Center

    Seminole Indian Tribe, federal census letter, 1900

  • Page from Bartholomew Lynch Journal describing Osceola, May 2, 1837. Florida State University

    Page from Bartholomew Lynch Journal describing Osceola, May 2, 1837

  •   Permit for a slave to attend a ball, St. Augustine Papers, April 23, 1851. Florida State University

    Permit for a slave to attend a ball, St. Augustine Papers, April 23, 1851

  •  Page from George Whitfield notebook discussing cotton transport, February 19, 1859. Florida State University

    Page from George Whitfield notebook discussing cotton transport, February 19, 1859

  • Daguerreotype image of Mauma Mollie, circa 1855. State Archives of Florida

    Daguerreotype image of Mauma Mollie, circa 1855

  • Why I located at Mannville, 1880s. Florida State University

    Why I located at Mannville, 1880s

  • Front page for Marion County Facts for the Investors and Settlers, late 1880s. Florida State University

    Front page for Marion County Facts for the Investors and Settlers, late 1880s

  • Front page for Marion County Facts for the Investors and Settlers, late 1880s. Bottom detail. Florida State University

    Front page for Marion County Facts for the Investors and Settlers, late 1880s. Bottom detail

  • Adults at Play, Tamarac Lakes North. Tamarac Historical Society

    Adults at Play, Tamarac Lakes North

  • Spurgeon Tillman. Large Mouth Black Bass caught in Lake Wailes Lake. From the Lake Wales News - Owen and LaVerne Brice Archives held at the Lake Wales Public Library. Photographer - Owen Brice

    Large Mouth Bass Caught in Lake Wailes Lake, 1920s

  • Five prominent men gather at Bok Tower in 1938. Left to Right - Roger Babson, Major H.M. Nornabell, Governor Alfred, (Alf), Landon, U.S. Congressman J. Hardin Peterson and man on right end is identified as Greenwood. From the Lake Wales News - Owen Brice

    Prominent Men at Bok Tower Moat, 1938

  • Lake Wales, Florida - 1930s Elementary School, 2nd Grade Class Photo. From the Lake Wales History Archive held at the Lake Wales Public Library

    Lake Wales, Florida, 1930s

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