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  • Repository Collection: Dinda Family Collection
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    • Dinda farm: Women feeding chickens, c. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Dinda family women feeding their flock of chickens on the first Dinda farm in Slavia. c. 1915. Mrs. Michael Dinda, Sr., wearing a long skirt and apron, is reaching into a container for chicken feed, while daughter, Helen (barefooted and wearing a...
    • Dinda Family, c. 1911

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • A Dinda Family Photo, c. 1911. Standing (left to right): Katherine, Anna, Michael, Jr., John, Seated: Helen, Mary 'nee Simko, Joseph, Michael, Sr., Susan. Copy original photo (courtesy: Luther Kolarik) was scanned at SLLS, 2001, for 90th...
    • First Dinda home in Slavia, c. 1911-1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Dinda Family members and friends pose on the porch of the first home they built in Slavia, c. 1915. Pictured left to right: 1. Unidentified, 2. Martin Stanko, 3. Katherine Dinda Senkarik, 4. Mrs. John Stanko, 5. Unidentified, 6. Michael Dinda, Sr.,...
    • Rev. Joseph Dinda, son of Michael Dinda, Sr.

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Rev. Joseph Dinda, son of Michael Dinda, Sr. The Dindas were one of the founding families of the Slavia community and of St. Luke's Church. Rev. Dinda's photo was included among those of other church workers, known as "spiritual sons" of Holy...
    • Teacher John Dinda, son of Michael Dinda, Sr.

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Teacher John Dinda, in a photo taken while he served at Holy Trinity Slovak Lutheran Church in Cleveland, OH, beginning in 1915. Mr. Dinda was the son of Michael Dinda, Sr., one of the founders of the Slavia Colony and St. Luke's Lutheran Church....
    • First Dinda home and yard, c. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • The home of the Michael Dinda, Sr. family, c. 1915. One of the first homes constructed by a founding family in Slavia, built by the family from pine trees felled on their property, then hauled to a sawmill to create boards for construction. The...
    • Dinda Family men on farm in Slavia, c. 1915

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Father, Michael Dinda, Sr. (center) is pictured with sons, John (left) and Michael, Jr. on the family farm in Slavia, c. 1915. Snapshot (Courtesy: Robert Dinda) was scanned at SLLS, 2001, for the 90th anniversary display.
    • Lutheran Church in Slovenska Ves, Slovakia

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Pages from"Evanjelicke kostoly na Slovensku" Janka Krisova, published by Tranocius in Slovakia, 2001. Shown are the exterior and interior of the Lutheran (evangelical) church in Slovenske Ves, the original home of the Michael Dinda Family. The...
    • Dinda farm: Children and cattle

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Dinda Family children (c. 1915) with several cattle on their homestead in Slavia. Left to right are: Susan Dinda (with young bull and 2 calves); Helen Dinda (behind white heifer); John Dinda (wearing hat, bareback on horse). Image was scanned...
    • Dinda Family's artesian well

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Michael Dinda, Sr. (left) and his son, Michael, Jr. are shown with the active artesian well on their homestead in Slavia, FL, ca. 1915. A pine forest can be seen in the background, with indigenous palmettos in the foreground. There appears to be a...
    • Dinda celery field. 1930s

    • Slavia (Fla.) -- History
    • Eight men stand in a Slavia celery field, owned by the Dinda Family. Michael Dinda, Sr. is third from left in the group and his son, Michael, Jr. is farthest right. (Other individuals are unidentified). The rows of young celery plants are enclosed...


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