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5 days 20 hours ago Pine Castle School Nurse Sarah Lou Harkey, 1966

I always checked their temperature and everything, but I could see right away he wasn't sick. So I said to him, "You know our soldiers they have to go to war and do things they don't want to do and they have to be brave and they fight for our freedom." I said, "Now you're over there and you don't want to do some of those things and you want to come over here." And I said, "If you're going to be a success in life, you're going to have to learn these things that the teacher is trying to teach...

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1 week 2 days ago Oral History Interview with Nelda Corbett Eunice, Part II

Oral history interview with Nelda Corbett Eunice at the Pine Castle Historical Society's Second Annual "BBQ, Beer & Bluegrass" event on Friday, October 6, 2017.

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1 week 2 days ago Oral History Interview with Nelda Corbett Eunice, Part I

Oral history interview with Nelda Corbett Eunice  at the Pine Castle Historical Society's Second Annual "BBQ, Beer & Bluegrass" event on Friday, October 6, 2017.

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1 week 2 days ago Oral History Interview with Barbara Mayo Stansbury

Oral history interview with Barbara Mayo Stansbury  at the Pine Castle Historical Society's Second Annual "BBQ, Beer & Bluegrass" event on Friday, October 6, 2017.

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1 week 2 days ago Oral History Interview with Sarah Lou Harkey

Oral history interview with Sarah Lou Harkey at the Pine Castle Historical Society's Second Annual "BBQ, Beer & Bluegrass" event on Friday, October 6, 2017. 

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5 days 20 hours ago Oral History Interview with Sarah Lou Harkey

When I was ten years old in 1935 my mother she had what, I guess, you call Florida sand in her shoes. They had come down here earlier on just a camping trip and stayed in motels. So she came down here that summer of 1935 and she bought this place in Taft, a house and four lots. It was just a little one story house and four lots for $350.00. And then she bought a two story house and moved it up in front of that and that's where we've lived all these years... and the one story is the oldest...

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2 weeks 1 day ago The Hawkins Family at their Central Florida home, circa 1958

So they would meet and Paula was basically the leader and they all felt the same way and so they recruited. Paula wasn't recruited as a city councilman or mayor, but she was the pusher, the doer. They would meet in our house and they filed for public office and then they campaigned in Maitland by phone or whatever. And each one of them won. One of them was a professor at Rollins. He became the mayor. And it was truly a ground up affair. And she became known fairly widely for this. And, I...

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1 month 1 week ago Lake Eola Park Postcard, October 1952

October 22, 1952 postcard sent to Mr. and Mrs. Worley in Corbin, Kentucky. VIEW.

See enscription, VIEW.

Printed identification: Orange News Co., Orlando, Fla. Genuine Curtreich-Chicago "C.T. Art Colortone".

 

 

 

Postcard donated by Bev Harber of Ft. Thomas, Kentucky.

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1 month 5 days ago The University Club Oral History Interview with Leon Hunter Handley

Leon Hunter Handley, I was born in Lakeland and after 30 months in the service and seven academic years at the University of Florida, I came to Orlando and I've been here ever since.

Leon Hunter Handley holding a photo taken of him getting off the ship in Korea just after WWII. Mr. Handley is a Florida native and was the first Air Force Cadet Colonel in Florida R. O. T. C. history. Photo taken in his law office in downtown Orlando, December 11, 2012.

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1 month 3 weeks ago Dr. Phillips Legacies, Volume 14, Spring 2016

Dr. Phillips Charities is distinguished as Central Florida legacy. This issue takes us from a rich past, to an exciting present and future. Every day our journey forward reflects the story that began with Dr. P. Phillips being the largest citrus producer in the world at the turn of the 20th century. The true honor of his name now lisein the work of nonprofit organizations supported by our grants which help fulfill their missions. 

From page one of Dr. Phillips Legacies: Enriching the...

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