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Photo captioned, "'Somewhat battered, but still in the ring.' Three of the Bay City dredges, used by the Collier forces, made the unparralled record of an average of one and one-third miles per month over a period of twelve months--through the Rock sectio
Five (and a half) photos and their captions clipped from The Collier County News.
Four photos and their captions clipped from The Collier County News.
Photo captioned, "A group of Trail builders. They did their work; they did it well." April 26, 1928.
Six photos and their captions clipped from the Miami Daily News.
Photo captioned, "This mammoth drilling outfit, weighing 30 tons rolled ahead on rails over muck and often through water 4 feet deep. Never stopping, its staccato noises were deafening alike to man, beast and fowl, all of whom save man alone scurried away
Photo taken of a woman posing on a beach. The photo possibly has "Sunman" written on the back, along with several red lipstick marks.
Photo taken of a group of children. From left to right: Alofae, Margaret Gibron, Louise Smith, Minnie Lee Wamble, Daisy Bell Ellis, Jimmie K. Wamble, A. Wamble, Melba Horne, Irene Wyka, Marion Hairson, Althea Horne, and Alleine Smith. * Note the names mig
Blueprints and restrictions made for the Estero River Heights subdivision.
Four photos and their captions clipped from the Miami Daily News.
Photo captioned, "Like clusters of white grapes, these eggs are desposited on reeds and left by the mother snail to be hatched by the warm Everglades sun. Snails are among the many curiosities of nature found in the park area. (Photo by Matlack.)"
Photo captioned, "An infant great white heron takes an early morning walk."
Photo of a cypress slough clipped from the Miami Daily News.
Photo captioned, "Papayas are beginning to mature in South Florida, where this Tropical fruit is quite popular with the people. The Papaya trees in the Tropical Garden feature at the Florida Exhibit of the World's Fair at Chicago are attracting much atten
Collier Southern Interests adverstisment.
Photo captioned, "Above--on cypress, over cypress and through cypress. High expolsives to the front always in front of the dredges." From April 26, 1928.
Article "Early Settlers Founded City of Everglades About 1868" by G. W. Storter, August 18, 1927, clipped from The Collier County News.
Photo captioned, "The Collier county Big Cypress Everglades, "as they are now, ever have been" but will not "ever be." Where today naught but cypress and raw grass grow--tomorrow, with proper drainage will flourish the finest crops. Some day to America, t
Three photos and their captions clipped from the Miami Daily News.
Five photos and their captions clipped from The Collier County News.

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