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New Map of Marion County, Florida
New Map of Marion Count...
1887
James L. White (county ...
 
Short Title New Map of Marion County, Florida
Year 1887
Author James L. White (county surevyor)
Florida Y Georgia desde Cabo Canaveral hasta Savannah
Florida Y Georgia desde...
1887
Direccion de Hydrografi...
 
Short Title Florida Y Georgia desde Cabo Canaveral hasta Savannah
Year 1887
Author Direccion de Hydrografia
City of Jacksonville Duval Co., 1887 + 1/2
City of Jacksonville Du...
1887
J. Francis Le Baron (Ci...
 
Short Title City of Jacksonville Duval Co., 1887 + 1/2
Year 1887
Author J. Francis Le Baron (Civil Engineer and U.S. Deputy Surveyor)
Head of Tampa Bay, Fla
Head of Tampa Bay, Fla
1887
 
Short Title Head of Tampa Bay, Fla
Year 1887
Winter Park, Orange Co., Florida
Winter Park, Orange Co....
1887
 
Short Title Winter Park, Orange Co., Florida
Year 1887
Rand, McNally & Co.'s Florida
Rand, McNally & Co.'s F...
1887
Rand, McNally & Co.
 
Short Title Rand, McNally & Co.'s Florida
Year 1887
Author Rand, McNally & Co.
County Map of Florida
County Map of Florida
1887
Wm. M. Bradley & Bro.
 
Short Title County Map of Florida
Year 1887
Author Wm. M. Bradley & Bro.
Investigation of the Red Snapper Grounds of the Gulf of Mexico.
Investigation of the Re...
1887
 
Short Title Investigation of the Red Snapper Grounds of the Gulf of Mexico.
Year 1887
Florida Transit and Peninsula Railroad (Facsimile)
Florida Transit and Pen...
1887
 
Short Title Florida Transit and Peninsula Railroad (Facsimile)
Year 1887
Head of Tampa Bay, Fla. : from Coast Chart No. 77, U.S.C.&G.S.
Head of Tampa Bay, Fla....
1887
N.M. Black
 
Short Title Head of Tampa Bay, Fla. : from Coast Chart No. 77, U.S.C.&G.S.
Year 1887
Author N.M. Black
Map of Caloosahatchee River, Fla. Surveyed March, April and May 1887 under the direction of Capt. W. M. Black, Corps of Engineers U.S.A. by J. W. Sackett, Asst Eng�r�To accompany Annual Report of 1889.
Map of Caloosahatchee R...
1887
 
Short Title Map of Caloosahatchee River, Fla. Surveyed March, April and May 1887 under the direction of Capt. W. M. Black, Corps of Engineers U.S.A. by J. W. Sackett, Asst Eng�r�To accompany Annual Report of 1889.
Year 1887
June 30, 1887. Three charts on one page with lower left one-third of the page titled �United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Progress Sketch Sec. VI. West Coast of Florida Cape Sable to Charlotte Harbor." Upper right quarter of the page is untitled. The smaller chart at the upper left corner is titled �West Coast of Florida Anclote Keys to Cedar Keys�
June 30, 1887. Three ch...
1887
 
Short Title June 30, 1887. Three charts on one page with lower left one-third of the page titled �United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Progress Sketch Sec. VI. West Coast of Florida Cape Sable to Charlotte Harbor." Upper right quarter of the page is untitled. The smaller chart at the upper left corner is titled �West Coast of Florida Anclote Keys to Cedar Keys�
Year 1887
Granville's Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida�by Charles Granville 1887 by the South Publishing Company. The words �Compliments of Mallory Line� appear at the top left above the neat line.
Granville's Railroad an...
1887
 
Short Title Granville's Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida�by Charles Granville 1887 by the South Publishing Company. The words �Compliments of Mallory Line� appear at the top left above the neat line.
Year 1887
Granville's Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida�by Charles Granville 1887 by the South Publishing Company. The words �Compliments of Mallory Line� appear at the top left above the neat line.
Granville's Railroad an...
1887
 
Short Title Granville's Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida�by Charles Granville 1887 by the South Publishing Company. The words �Compliments of Mallory Line� appear at the top left above the neat line.
Year 1887
Circa 1887 (per dealer) Florida Southern Railway. Brownville, Fla, a new station on the Florida Southern Railway
Circa 1887 (per dealer)...
1887
 
Short Title Circa 1887 (per dealer) Florida Southern Railway. Brownville, Fla, a new station on the Florida Southern Railway
Year 1887
Circa 1887 (per dealer) Florida Southern Railway. Brownville, Fla, a new station on the Florida Southern Railway
Circa 1887 (per dealer)...
1887
 
Short Title Circa 1887 (per dealer) Florida Southern Railway. Brownville, Fla, a new station on the Florida Southern Railway
Year 1887
1887 Florida Southern Railway Map of Florida and the land grant of the Florida Southern Railway
1887 Florida Southern R...
1887
 
Short Title 1887 Florida Southern Railway Map of Florida and the land grant of the Florida Southern Railway
Year 1887
1887 Florida Southern Railway Map of Florida and the land grant of the Florida Southern Railway
1887 Florida Southern R...
1887
 
Short Title 1887 Florida Southern Railway Map of Florida and the land grant of the Florida Southern Railway
Year 1887
Chart no. 17, sponging grounds of the coast of Florida.
Chart no. 17, sponging ...
1887
Charles E. Gorham
 
Short Title Chart no. 17, sponging grounds of the coast of Florida.
Year 1887
Author Charles E. Gorham
1887 (dated) 12-panel brochure containing �Granville�s Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida� on one side when fully open � and multiple panels of information about Florida on the verso. Included in the map title area are the words: �A new and comprehensive Map of the State of Florida, compiled from the latest official and local sources of information By Charles Granville 1887 Published by the South Publishing Company�.
1887 (dated) 12-panel b...
1887
 
Short Title 1887 (dated) 12-panel brochure containing �Granville�s Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida� on one side when fully open � and multiple panels of information about Florida on the verso. Included in the map title area are the words: �A new and comprehensive Map of the State of Florida, compiled from the latest official and local sources of information By Charles Granville 1887 Published by the South Publishing Company�.
Year 1887
1887 (dated) 12-panel brochure containing �Granville�s Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida� on one side when fully open � and multiple panels of information about Florida on the verso. Included in the map title area are the words: �A new and comprehensive Map of the State of Florida, compiled from the latest official and local sources of information By Charles Granville 1887 Published by the South Publishing Company�.
1887 (dated) 12-panel b...
1887
 
Short Title 1887 (dated) 12-panel brochure containing �Granville�s Railroad and Township Indexed Map of Florida� on one side when fully open � and multiple panels of information about Florida on the verso. Included in the map title area are the words: �A new and comprehensive Map of the State of Florida, compiled from the latest official and local sources of information By Charles Granville 1887 Published by the South Publishing Company�.
Year 1887
Head of Tampa Bay, Fla. From Coast Chart No. 77 U. S. C. & G. S. � 1887. Includes Report of Captain Black. Bought on eBay 7/5/08 for $8.94 (incl. S&H).
Head of Tampa Bay, Fla....
1887
 
Short Title Head of Tampa Bay, Fla. From Coast Chart No. 77 U. S. C. & G. S. � 1887. Includes Report of Captain Black. Bought on eBay 7/5/08 for $8.94 (incl. S&H).
Year 1887
Harper's Weekly, March 12, 1887. "The Everglades of Florida." Drawn by Harry Fenn from sketches by Wolf Harlander.
Harper's Weekly, March ...
1887
 
Short Title Harper's Weekly, March 12, 1887. "The Everglades of Florida." Drawn by Harry Fenn from sketches by Wolf Harlander.
Year 1887
Harper's Weekly, March 12, 1887. "The Everglades of Florida." Drawn by Harry Fenn from sketches by Wolf Harlander.
Harper's Weekly, March ...
1887
 
Short Title Harper's Weekly, March 12, 1887. "The Everglades of Florida." Drawn by Harry Fenn from sketches by Wolf Harlander.
Year 1887
The Popular Pan Handle Route and Connecting Lines between the North and South. Poole Bros. Rare railroad timetable map of the United States, published in Chicago, emphasizing transit from the major midwestern cities to the South. The map shows the midwestern United States from Chicago and Pittsburgh to Lake Okechobee, Florida and Louisiana. Major rail lines which connect the South to northern cities are highlighted.
The Popular Pan Handle ...
1887
 
Short Title The Popular Pan Handle Route and Connecting Lines between the North and South. Poole Bros. Rare railroad timetable map of the United States, published in Chicago, emphasizing transit from the major midwestern cities to the South. The map shows the midwestern United States from Chicago and Pittsburgh to Lake Okechobee, Florida and Louisiana. Major rail lines which connect the South to northern cities are highlighted.
Year 1887
The Popular Pan Handle Route and Connecting Lines between the North and South. Poole Bros. Rare railroad timetable map of the United States, published in Chicago, emphasizing transit from the major midwestern cities to the South. The map shows the midwestern United States from Chicago and Pittsburgh to Lake Okechobee, Florida and Louisiana. Major rail lines which connect the South to northern cities are highlighted.
The Popular Pan Handle ...
1887
 
Short Title The Popular Pan Handle Route and Connecting Lines between the North and South. Poole Bros. Rare railroad timetable map of the United States, published in Chicago, emphasizing transit from the major midwestern cities to the South. The map shows the midwestern United States from Chicago and Pittsburgh to Lake Okechobee, Florida and Louisiana. Major rail lines which connect the South to northern cities are highlighted.
Year 1887
An Ohio Mail Order City In Florida Detailed map of the St. Andrews Bay and the area around the modern Panama City, Florida, promoting the lands being sold by the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, an early Florida land scheme promoted to Ohio and Pennsylvania residents. While the map shows the subdivision of the area, there is almost no indication of human activity. East of Dyers Point, there is a Mill, Hotel and a School, the latter two on the road to Chipley. at the bottom of Mill Bayou, there is also a Grist Mill. Other place names include: Parker Orange Grove Anderson Spanish Shanty Point A report by Pamela Brown for the University of Florida�s Soil and Water Department notes: A Cincinnati mail-order company, the Saint Andrew Bay Railroad, Lands, and Mining Co., bought property in the Saint Andrew Bay area, and started nationally advertising 25 feet x 82 feet lots for $1.25. The advertisement attracted a lot of people and started a settlement boom as over 300,000 lots were sold. As the price for lots increased to $8.00, the company went bust. The map is accompanied by a Warranty Deed (No. 804) from the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Co. to Maria Frances Bennett (of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania), dated February 12, 1889 and signed by W. B. Lassieter, County Clerk. St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company In the late 1880s, the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, also known as the Cincinnati Company because it was based in Ohio, promoted real estate investment in St. Andrews by the Sea, offering lots by mail order with the following promotion: The loveliest location in all Florida. In a land where the genial climate of a winterless round of years will reward your every effort with the most bountiful harvests; where the summers are joyous seasons of refreshing breezes and invigorating nights of cool and healthful slumber; and where the winters are but bewitching contrasts to the summers in heightening and intensifying the delicious pleasure of a life in the fairest land the sun ever blessed with its genial kiss. There is but one Florida, and St. Andrews Bay is its brightest jewel. The scheme ultimately failed, but many of the buyers decided that they liked the area. In 1908 St. Andrews incorporated as a town for the first time. It grew to become a popular port in the early 1900s, and a regular stop on the shipping line between Mobile and Apalachiola. In 1927, the town was annexed by Panama City. Rarity OCLC locates no examples of the map, but we note an example of the map, which is listed on line in the Bay County, Florida Library.
An Ohio Mail Order City...
1887
 
Short Title An Ohio Mail Order City In Florida Detailed map of the St. Andrews Bay and the area around the modern Panama City, Florida, promoting the lands being sold by the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, an early Florida land scheme promoted to Ohio and Pennsylvania residents. While the map shows the subdivision of the area, there is almost no indication of human activity. East of Dyers Point, there is a Mill, Hotel and a School, the latter two on the road to Chipley. at the bottom of Mill Bayou, there is also a Grist Mill. Other place names include: Parker Orange Grove Anderson Spanish Shanty Point A report by Pamela Brown for the University of Florida�s Soil and Water Department notes: A Cincinnati mail-order company, the Saint Andrew Bay Railroad, Lands, and Mining Co., bought property in the Saint Andrew Bay area, and started nationally advertising 25 feet x 82 feet lots for $1.25. The advertisement attracted a lot of people and started a settlement boom as over 300,000 lots were sold. As the price for lots increased to $8.00, the company went bust. The map is accompanied by a Warranty Deed (No. 804) from the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Co. to Maria Frances Bennett (of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania), dated February 12, 1889 and signed by W. B. Lassieter, County Clerk. St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company In the late 1880s, the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, also known as the Cincinnati Company because it was based in Ohio, promoted real estate investment in St. Andrews by the Sea, offering lots by mail order with the following promotion: The loveliest location in all Florida. In a land where the genial climate of a winterless round of years will reward your every effort with the most bountiful harvests; where the summers are joyous seasons of refreshing breezes and invigorating nights of cool and healthful slumber; and where the winters are but bewitching contrasts to the summers in heightening and intensifying the delicious pleasure of a life in the fairest land the sun ever blessed with its genial kiss. There is but one Florida, and St. Andrews Bay is its brightest jewel. The scheme ultimately failed, but many of the buyers decided that they liked the area. In 1908 St. Andrews incorporated as a town for the first time. It grew to become a popular port in the early 1900s, and a regular stop on the shipping line between Mobile and Apalachiola. In 1927, the town was annexed by Panama City. Rarity OCLC locates no examples of the map, but we note an example of the map, which is listed on line in the Bay County, Florida Library.
Year 1887
An Ohio Mail Order City In Florida Detailed map of the St. Andrews Bay and the area around the modern Panama City, Florida, promoting the lands being sold by the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, an early Florida land scheme promoted to Ohio and Pennsylvania residents. While the map shows the subdivision of the area, there is almost no indication of human activity. East of Dyers Point, there is a Mill, Hotel and a School, the latter two on the road to Chipley. at the bottom of Mill Bayou, there is also a Grist Mill. Other place names include: Parker Orange Grove Anderson Spanish Shanty Point A report by Pamela Brown for the University of Florida�s Soil and Water Department notes: A Cincinnati mail-order company, the Saint Andrew Bay Railroad, Lands, and Mining Co., bought property in the Saint Andrew Bay area, and started nationally advertising 25 feet x 82 feet lots for $1.25. The advertisement attracted a lot of people and started a settlement boom as over 300,000 lots were sold. As the price for lots increased to $8.00, the company went bust. The map is accompanied by a Warranty Deed (No. 804) from the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Co. to Maria Frances Bennett (of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania), dated February 12, 1889 and signed by W. B. Lassieter, County Clerk. St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company In the late 1880s, the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, also known as the Cincinnati Company because it was based in Ohio, promoted real estate investment in St. Andrews by the Sea, offering lots by mail order with the following promotion: The loveliest location in all Florida. In a land where the genial climate of a winterless round of years will reward your every effort with the most bountiful harvests; where the summers are joyous seasons of refreshing breezes and invigorating nights of cool and healthful slumber; and where the winters are but bewitching contrasts to the summers in heightening and intensifying the delicious pleasure of a life in the fairest land the sun ever blessed with its genial kiss. There is but one Florida, and St. Andrews Bay is its brightest jewel. The scheme ultimately failed, but many of the buyers decided that they liked the area. In 1908 St. Andrews incorporated as a town for the first time. It grew to become a popular port in the early 1900s, and a regular stop on the shipping line between Mobile and Apalachiola. In 1927, the town was annexed by Panama City. Rarity OCLC locates no examples of the map, but we note an example of the map, which is listed on line in the Bay County, Florida Library.
An Ohio Mail Order City...
1887
 
Short Title An Ohio Mail Order City In Florida Detailed map of the St. Andrews Bay and the area around the modern Panama City, Florida, promoting the lands being sold by the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, an early Florida land scheme promoted to Ohio and Pennsylvania residents. While the map shows the subdivision of the area, there is almost no indication of human activity. East of Dyers Point, there is a Mill, Hotel and a School, the latter two on the road to Chipley. at the bottom of Mill Bayou, there is also a Grist Mill. Other place names include: Parker Orange Grove Anderson Spanish Shanty Point A report by Pamela Brown for the University of Florida�s Soil and Water Department notes: A Cincinnati mail-order company, the Saint Andrew Bay Railroad, Lands, and Mining Co., bought property in the Saint Andrew Bay area, and started nationally advertising 25 feet x 82 feet lots for $1.25. The advertisement attracted a lot of people and started a settlement boom as over 300,000 lots were sold. As the price for lots increased to $8.00, the company went bust. The map is accompanied by a Warranty Deed (No. 804) from the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Co. to Maria Frances Bennett (of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania), dated February 12, 1889 and signed by W. B. Lassieter, County Clerk. St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company In the late 1880s, the St. Andrews Bay Railroad, Land, and Mining Company, also known as the Cincinnati Company because it was based in Ohio, promoted real estate investment in St. Andrews by the Sea, offering lots by mail order with the following promotion: The loveliest location in all Florida. In a land where the genial climate of a winterless round of years will reward your every effort with the most bountiful harvests; where the summers are joyous seasons of refreshing breezes and invigorating nights of cool and healthful slumber; and where the winters are but bewitching contrasts to the summers in heightening and intensifying the delicious pleasure of a life in the fairest land the sun ever blessed with its genial kiss. There is but one Florida, and St. Andrews Bay is its brightest jewel. The scheme ultimately failed, but many of the buyers decided that they liked the area. In 1908 St. Andrews incorporated as a town for the first time. It grew to become a popular port in the early 1900s, and a regular stop on the shipping line between Mobile and Apalachiola. In 1927, the town was annexed by Panama City. Rarity OCLC locates no examples of the map, but we note an example of the map, which is listed on line in the Bay County, Florida Library.
Year 1887
An envelope postmarked September 7, 1887 at Weir Park, Florida and showing on its cover a �Map of Weir Park and Surroundings�.
An envelope postmarked ...
1887
 
Short Title An envelope postmarked September 7, 1887 at Weir Park, Florida and showing on its cover a �Map of Weir Park and Surroundings�.
Year 1887
An envelope postmarked September 7, 1887 at Weir Park, Florida and showing on its cover a �Map of Weir Park and Surroundings�.
An envelope postmarked ...
1887
 
Short Title An envelope postmarked September 7, 1887 at Weir Park, Florida and showing on its cover a �Map of Weir Park and Surroundings�.
Year 1887
Plano del Rio De Sn. Juan desde su embocadura hasta Punta Dames (Florida).
Plano del Rio De Sn. Ju...
1887
Spain. Direccion de Hid...
 
Short Title Plano del Rio De Sn. Juan desde su embocadura hasta Punta Dames (Florida).
Year 1887
Author Spain. Direccion de Hidrografía
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