Category Archives: Winter Park

Loring A. Chase Dedication of Knowles’ Public School

Page 325-01 Tuesday Feb 11, 1890   Below will be found the addresses of Mr. Chase and country superintendent Beeks: ADDRESS OF LORING A. CHASE. Fellow Citizens of Winter Park: – (Word missing) have come together to-day for the (word


THE FREEZE    January 2, 1895   No one, even among the weather prophets, had any warning of a freeze of last Friday and Saturday nights, before it got here. On Wednesday the day was usually warm for December and

Stray Notes from Winter Park 7/27/1895

July 27, 1895 It is said that the Dryer grove, just north of the town, will have a goodly number of orange on its trees this year and that it no evil prevents it will produce a good crop next

A Quiet Election

  July 2, 1893 A Quiet Election ALL IS OVER- THE NEW COUNCIL ORGANIZED. Last Monday as per call of ex- Mayor Chubb the city election under the new act was held. About 30 persons, maybe a few more, voted,

It Is Still Alive.

February 11, 1893 It Is Still Alive. Hannibal Square must Come out. THE FIGHT AGAINST THE PRESENT INCORPORATION IS AGAIN ON TO BE FOUGHT TO THE END. DEAR ADVOCATE:–The petitions posted on the post office building a few days ago

Retiring Message of Mayor Chubb – a splendid vindication of the town government

June 23, 1893   To the Honorable President and Members of the Town Council:   Gentlemen: It becomes my duty to notify you that the Secretary of State of the State of Florida has sent me a copy of a


Dedication       Knowles’ Public School No. 1, the handsome building but recently constructed at Winter Park, was last Tuesday afternoon formally dedicated. The dedicatory exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. E. P. Hooker, after which was an appropriate song