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  • Description: oil
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    • Sandspur, Vol. 11 No. 02, 1905.

    • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.
    • Rollins College student newspaper, written by the students and published at Rollins College. The Sandspur started as a literary journal.
    • Winter Park scrapbook, 1881-1906: Loring Chase scrapbooks Vol. 01, 1883.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- History.; Scrapbooks -- Florida -- Winter Park.; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.).; Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Photographs.
    • Winter Park scrapbook created by Loring Augustus Chase. Contains newspaper clippings, ephemera, letters, and photographs of materials pertaining to Winter Park and Florida. The Winter Park scrapbook has been divided into 26 yearly sections for...
    • National Youth Administration Photograph

    • Black and white photography -- United States -- Photographs; Men -- United States -- Photographs; African Americans; Coveralls -- Photographs; Machinery -- Photographs; Oil cans -- Photographs; Spcetators -- United States -- Photographs
    • A black and white National Youth Administration photograph of three NYA members and another man who appears to be a priest, watching as one oils a wood-cutting machine. The man on the right of the image is wearing coveralls and is holding an oil...
    • Sanford:  The Port of Central Florida

    • Advertising -- Florida -- Sanford.; Florida -- Maps, Tourist; Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs.; Tourism -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs
    • Foldable brochure advertising Sanford, the port of Central Florida. The first page describes the transportation services available, via railroad, air, water, and highway. At the bottom of the page is a photograph of the waterfront. The second...
    • Stanko Store and service station, Slavia, c. 1920s

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Image of the grocery store and service station owned by Martin and Juliana Stanko (c. 1920s). Located in Slavia on SR 426 (near current intersection of Slavia Road and SR 426). Parked under the gas station canopy is an automobile of undetermined...
    • Greeter: A guide : where to go, what to see.

    • Orlando Chamber of Commerce -- Travel -- Guidebooks.;
      Travel writing -- Guidebooks.;
      Advertising -- Florida -- Orlando.;
      Orlando (Fla.) -- Maps.
    • Travel guide for Orlando put out by the Orlando Chamber of Commerce detailing: theatres, sports-recreation, fishing, churches, beauty shops, jewelers, hardware stores, drug stores, book stores, men's stores, veterinarians, civic clubs, ladies's...
    • Lochmede vol. 01 no. 04, July 22, 1887.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Lakes -- Floirda -- Newspapers.; Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Kerosene lamps -- Newspapers.; Fire prevention -- Newspapers.; Advertising -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.
    • Lochmede Winter Park newspaper from 1887 with stories on Florida lakes, Rollins College, oil lamp safety, and German ingenuity.
    • Lochmede vol. 01 no. 20, November 11, 1887.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Advertising -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Vacations -- Newspapers.; Tonics (Medicinal preparations) -- Newspapers.; Baths -- Newspapers.; Russia -- Politics and government -- Newspapers.; Sugar...
    • Lochmede Winter Park (Fla.) newspaper from 1887, with articles on: winter vacations, medicinal properties of pine-needle baths, disinfectant from coal oil (kerosene), Russian political parties, sugar plantations, and foriegn fables.
    • Lochmede vol. 02 no. 34, August 24, 1888.

    • Winter Park (Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Advertising -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.; Palms -- Newspapers.; Alcoholics -- Newspapers.; Ships -- Newspapers.; Mildew -- Newspapers.
    • Lochmede Winter Park newspaper from 1888 with articles on: Date Palms, "The Perpetuation of Social Evils (drunkards), use or oil rockets to calm the seas around ships, and a remedy for mildew.


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