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Palm Beach County

Celery Harvester in Operation, Belle Glade

Inlet Village Tourist Court on U. S. 1, Boynton

Airview of Beach and Casino, Lake Worth [1946]

Ocean Boulevard between Delrey Beach and Lake Worth [1946]

Tahiti on the Ocean, A1A Riviera Beach
West Palm Beach

Clematis St., W. Palm Beach

St. Ann's Church, West Palm Beach

Entrance to City Park, West Palm Beach

Gulfstream Park's New Clubhouse, One of the Turf's Most Magnificent Structures [1952]

Gulfstream Park from Main Club Terrace Entrance

Gulfstream Park, the "track by the sea". One of the nation's most scenic race courses
Hollywood By the Sea

Bathing Beach looking South, Hollywood Beach [1958]

The Circle [1944]

The Circle [1959]

Hollywood Beach at Johnson Street [1953]

Hollywood Beach Hotel

Hollywood Beach Hotel [1938]

Royal Palms and Flowers at Hollywood Beach Hotel

Hollywood Beach Hotel on the Ocean Front

Hollywood Beach Hotel [1940]

On the Beach [1957]

Palm Lined Harrison Street

The Park [1953]

Memorial to War Dead, Circle Park [1952]

Oceanside Apartments, 315 Cleveland St.

Royal Palms and Flowers

Hollywood Boulevard
City of Palm Beach

Beautiful Worth Avenue, Fashionable Shopping Center

Worth Avenue, Distinctive and Exclusive

Golfing at the World Famous Breakers

Lake Walk

The Club House and Presbyterian Church

Werl's Back Yard Bar

Bethesda by-the-Sea Episcopal Church [1931]

Aerial View Showing Ocean and Palm Beach Hotel

Hotel Royal Poinciana from the Bridge [1909]

Walking via Parigi

Royal Poinciana Hotel, Breakers in Distance [1931]

Hotel Royal Poinciana

Wells Road [1940]

Australian Pines and Hibiscus, Wells Road [1937]

Royal Poinciana Way

Exclusive Bath and Tennis Club

The First National Bank in Palm Beach Welcomes You

A Glimpse of White Hall

Cocktail Lounge, "The Breakers" [1922]

Bathers Pier

St. Edward's Church

Railway Station

Everglades Club [1922]

Everglades Club

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