Soldiers marching on Twelfth (Flagler), Street in 1917.

Armistice Day in Miami (1918)

Miami residents woke up to a perfect fall day on Monday, November 11, 1918, as they prepared for the start of a new week. The low in the morning was sixty-eight degrees and the day would top off at eighty-degrees…

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News

Miami Evening Record transport in 1903

Miami Evening Record Formed in 1903

On September 15, 1903, Frank B Stoneman reorganized and moved the Orlando Record to Miami and renamed it the Miami Evening Record. Stoneman was the editor of the Orlando Record at the time of the change. He was partnered with…

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Photos & Videos

NE First Street looking East in 1920

NE First Street Looking in East in 1920

The featured photo was taken in 1920 from the perspective of North Miami Avenue, looking east on NE First Street, toward Biscayne Bay. The Chaille Plan, which changed the street names to a grid system with a starting point at…

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