Daydream (Enterprise, Fla.) -- Photographs; Monroe, Lake (Enterprise, Fla.) -- Photographs; Fowles, Elizabeth -- Homes and haunts -- Florida -- Enterprise -- Photographs; Hanna, A.J. -- Photographs
The "Daydream" estate on Lake Monroe, owned by Elizabeth Fowles. The postcard was written by Elizabeth Fowles to A.J. Hanna of Rollins College. Back reads: Overlooking beautiful Lake Monroe Enterprise, Florida. Mrs. Elizabeth Fowles, Prop.
Mager, Doris, b.1925 -- Photographs; Eagly Lady -- Photographs; Bald eagle -- Florida -- Photographs
The r, D&qEagle Lady -- &q Doris Mager, of Apopka, Fla., with an immature bald eagle. Since 1974, she took live eagles previously harmed by humans to more than 200 classrooms a year. She also founded S.O.A.R. - Save Our American Raptors.
Students -- Florida -- Winter Park -- 1890 - 1900; Lyman Gymnasium (Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.) -- 1890 - 1900; Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Buildings -- 1890 - 1900
The Hat Brigade--including Will Rob (first row, second from left), Fritz Frank (back row at left), Walter Flentye (right of Frank), Walter Mahoney (second row, third from right), Horace Hale (second row, right), (first row, left to right from fifth...
Strong Hall (Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.) -- 1930 - 1940; Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Buildings -- 1930 - 1940; Strong, Hattie Maria, 1864 - 1950; Students -- Florida -- Winter Park -- 1930 - 1940; Dormitories -- Florida -- Winter...
Mother Strong Day was a tradition started to celebrate the generosity of the benefactress who made Strong Hall possible. The photograph shows Strong Hall's exterior wall with Fox Hall to the left and Cross Hall to the right (not pictured).
Osceola, Lake (Fla.) -- Photographs; Maitland, Lake (Fla.) -- Photographs; Canoes and canoeing -- Florida -- Photographs; Boys -- Florida -- Photographs
Photo taken from a bridge overlooking boys poling through the canal between Lake Maitland and Lake Osceola in 1914. Before the canals were widened they were not deep enough to canoe down, in order to pass people would have to push their oars along...