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Painting of Attack of Cape Florida Lighthouse in 1836
On January 6, 1836, the Cooley family was attacked by Seminole Indians at the New River in today’s Fort Lauderdale ...
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Rum Bags on Ship During Prohibition.
On July 13, 1927, a Miami News headline reported that a seizure of $250,000 in illegal contraband was poured into ...
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Dedication on July 4, 1976
Following the movement of the Port of Miami to Dodge Island in the mid-1960s, many wondered what would become of ...
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Hotel Martinique in 1922.
On the front page of the Miami Metropolis on May 6, 1919, it was announced that C.J. Martin had acquired ...
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Cover: Easter Sunrise Service on April 17, 1927.
South Florida has always offered a unique experience to enjoy Easter. Temperate weather and miles of beachfront have always provided ...
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Implosion of South Shore Hospital on April 16, 2019.
On April 16, 2019, South Shore Hospital at 630 Alton Road was razed to make room for a new development ...
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Miami Beach Electric Company turbine in 1922.
On December 13, 1920, the Miami Beach Electric Company turned on their big electric turbine for the first time. Within ...
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Miami Evening Record transport in 1903
On September 15, 1903, Frank B Stoneman reorganized and moved the Orlando Record to Miami and renamed it the Miami ...
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Aerial from McAllister Hotel in 1917.
On June 19, 1918, the front page of the Miami Metropolis featured a story on the growth of membership to ...
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Southern Atlantic Telephone employees on September 8, 1925.
The City of Miami was granted telephone service in December of 1898. The Miami Telephone Company was incorporated in 1899 ...
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