Munroes at Biscayne Bay Yacht Club

Munroes of Coconut Grove

A surname very familiar to those who study Coconut Grove’s early history is Munroe. There were two unrelated families with ...
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Flagler Street in 1954

Downtown Theaters in Mid-Century Miami

In the middle decades of the last century, Miami’s downtown served as the center of activity for daily life for ...
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Miami Daily News Tower in 1925

History of Miami News Freedom Tower

The latest episode of the Miami History Podcast will tell the story of the Miami Daily News and the building ...
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Fort Dallas Park aerial in 1925.

History of Fort Dallas Park

This podcast episode features historic Fort Dallas Park in downtown Miami. Once the core of Julia Tuttle’s estate on the ...
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Miami City Cemetery in 1900s

History of Miami City Cemetery

This podcast episode features the story of the Miami City Cemetery. Aside from a city’s history museum, there may not ...
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American Bread Company in 1935.

History of the Wynwood Neighborhood

The Wynwood neighborhood has received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. However, its history is more ...
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Miami River looking west in 1918.

History of Miami River – Part 2 of 2

The second part of the history of the Miami River describes the evolution of the river from the mid-1800s through ...
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Miami River in 1800s.

History of Miami River – Part 1 of 2

The Miami River is the serpentine tributary that separates downtown Miami from today’s Brickell neighborhood. The history of the area ...
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Tatum Field & Roddy Burdine Stadium in 1936

Sports in Miami During Art Deco Age

Sports have been a big part of Miami’s entertainment fabric from the very beginning. In the first couple of decades ...
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Duplex rented by Perricone in 1994.

Miami History Podcast: Perricones in Brickell

As Steve Perricone prepares to move his namesake Brickell restaurant and marketplace to a new location, he sat down for ...
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