On North Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue just south of Palmetto Street, on the left when traveling north.
In 1922, the Brooklyn Dodgers agreed to hold their spring training in Clearwater with the provision that the city would create an appropriate venue. The city broke ground on the Clearwater Athletic Field in December 1922 following the City Council’s . . . — — Map (db m102723) HM
On Cleveland Street west of Northeast Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
On October 9, 1933 Clearwater's first government post office building was dedicated on this site with Postmaster General James A. Farley officiating. The local postmaster at the time was Charles R. Lee.
This Mediterranean-Revival style building . . . — — Map (db m44616) HM
On State Road 580 at McMullen-Booth Road (County Road 611), on the right when traveling west on State Road 580.
The Class of 1992
The artist created "Endangered" from "found objects" of recycled metal, mostly chrome bumpers.
Students are the hope of the future, the environment and its preservation.
Paul . . . — — Map (db m4983) HM
On Druid Road at Arcturas Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Druid Road.
Near this site was located the first public supported school within the present limits of the City of Clearwater. Known as the Taylor Schoolhouse, erected in 1854. The surnames of the pupils included Taylor, Turner, McMullen, Henderson, Johnson, . . . — — Map (db m67061) HM
On Druid Road South at Spottis Woode Lane, on the right when traveling south on Druid Road South.
Named in honor of
President William Henry Harrison
Ninth President of the United States
Washington, D. C.
Hon. Herbert j. Drane,
March 18th, 1935
According to the records of the War Department of the United States, Fort . . . — — Map (db m214939) HM
On Bay Avenue at Druid Road West, in the median on Bay Avenue.
Harbor Oaks was Clearwater's first planned residential development. Dean Alvord, a major developer in New York state, opened Harbor Oaks in 1914. Bringing modern planning concepts to the Pinellas County area, the development offered innovative . . . — — Map (db m50506) HM
On Seminole Street at Phillies Drive, on the right when traveling west on Seminole Street.
Jack Russell was a local businessman, city commissioner, chairman of the Clearwater baseball committee, and former major league baseball pitcher integral in the construction of a new stadium in the City of Clearwater. Russell advocated for the . . . — — Map (db m146966) HM
Near Magnolia Drive near Druid Road South, on the right when traveling west.
Originally built circa 1925, the Magnolia Drive Dock was a Harbor Oaks landmark for many years as a neighborhood gathering spot for picnics, weddings, fishing, block parties, and relaxing evenings watching the sunsets. After standing for 68 years it . . . — — Map (db m3253) HM
On Holt Avenue, 0.1 miles south of Russell Street, on the left when traveling north.
Acknowledging the needs of Clearwater’s growing Black community, the city commission created North Greenwood Cemetery, also known as the ‘Clearwater Colored Cemetery.” On January 2, 1940, the city adopted a resolution that established a . . . — — Map (db m212590) HM
On South Fort Harrison Avenue just south of Turner Street, on the right when traveling south.
In 1873, the first school under public administration in present-day Pinellas County was established in a log structure originally built for the Midway Baptist Church in the area of what is now the Clearwater Municipal Cemetery. In 1884, the school . . . — — Map (db m135325) HM
On South Fort Harrison Avenue at Court Street (State Road 60), on the left when traveling north on South Fort Harrison Avenue.
Formed in 1912, Pinellas County quickly outgrew its original courthouse and in 1916 the Board of County Commissioners voted in favor of a $160,000 bond issue to finance the construction of a new courthouse and jail. Well-known architect Francis J. . . . — — Map (db m110672) HM
On Seminole Street near North Osceola Avenue, on the left when traveling west.
The Seminole Bridge was the original link to Clearwater Beach. Completed in 1917, the wooden bridge opened up access to the beach and paved the way for its first development. The bridge terminated where the Palm Pavilion stands today. It became . . . — — Map (db m3252) HM
On South Gulf Drive at Maryland Avenue, on the right on South Gulf Drive.
Crystal Beach is one of the original communities in Pinellas County. The first settlers came to the area and began homesteading around 1850. In 1912, land developers Dr. J.D. Hanby and A.D. Powers of the Crystal Beach Development Co. platted the . . . — — Map (db m212397) HM
On North Gulf Drive just north of Crystal Beach Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
Crystal Beach is one of the original communities in Pinellas County. The first settlers came to the area and began homesteading around 1850. In 1912, land developers Dr. J.D. Hanby and A.D. Powers of the Crystal Beach Development Co. platted the . . . — — Map (db m120365) HM
On North Gulf Drive just south of Avery Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
The Blue Heron Hotel was built in 1917. Reverend Fred C. and Cora Markerts established Faith Mission in Tampa as a children's home in 1923. In 1928, it moved to Crystal Beach and occupied the Blue Heron. Faith Mission grew to peak occupancy of 87 . . . — — Map (db m110446) HM
On Bayshore Boulevard (U.S. 19) at Lee Street, on the right when traveling north on Bayshore Boulevard.
Distinguished naturalist from Indiana, who from his home across the highway devoted twenty-seven winters, between 1913 and 1940, to the highly skillful exploration of the world of nature around Dunedin and elsewhere in southern Florida, writing some . . . — — Map (db m4733) HM
Near Lee Street at Broadway (State Road 595), on the right when traveling west.
Before you is the home built in 1915 by Dr. Willis Stanley Blatchley, one of the nation's most renowned naturalists. Dr. Blatchley made significant contributions to the fields of entomology, ornithology, geology, and botany. He authored 13 books and . . . — — Map (db m144150) HM
Near Palm Boulevard west of Ben Hogan Drive, on the right when traveling west.
At the peak of the 1920s “land boom,” Dunedin Isles Golf Club was built to attract new residents to the City of Dunedin. Scotsman Donald Ross, one of the world’s foremost golf course architects, visited the site and designed the golf . . . — — Map (db m67685) HM
Near Douglas Avenue, 0.1 miles north of Lorraine Leland Street, on the left when traveling north.
Since the 1880’s, this neighborhood has hosted a vibrant African-American community. The residents, some descended from former slaves, migrated from other places and contributed greatly to the development and culture of Dunedin. The local churches . . . — — Map (db m152897) HM
On San Mateo Drive at Buena Vista Drive, on the right when traveling north on San Mateo Drive.
Early Dunedin homesteader B. M. Brown and the Emerson family donated land for the construction of a church in 1876. Before it was built, John G. Andrews lost his brother William, who was killed while riding a horse during a violent storm. Andrews . . . — — Map (db m121848) HM
Near Bayshore Boulevard (Alternate U.S. 19) 0.2 miles north of Curlew Road (State Road 586), on the right when traveling north.
This Park contains an original Stage coach road known as Old road 37
This was once the main road that ran from Clearwater to Tarpon Springs and dates Back to the early 1920’s
Please come explore the old road — — Map (db m70728) HM
On Main Street east of Railroad Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
In 1888, this site was the original location of the Orange Belt Railway Station.
A newer station was built in 1900, but burned down.
The present station was built in 1924, and used by the Atlantic Coast Railroad Company until the railroad was . . . — — Map (db m111888) HM
On Broadway (Alternate U.S. 19), on the right when traveling north.
Dedicated to the recipients of this nation’s oldest military decoration, “The Purple Heart”
Military Order of the Purple Heart 1782 • 1932
My stone is red for the blood they shed. The medal I bear is my country’s way to show . . . — — Map (db m13956) HM
On Edgewater Drive (U.S. 19) south of Main Street, on the right when traveling south.
The American's Creed
I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people, whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic; a sovereign Nation of many . . . — — Map (db m50509) HM
On Douglas Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
The LVT (amtrac) is an amphibious vehicle designed from Donald Roebling's Alligator for military operations on land and sea. 18,000 + were produced between 1941 and 1945. Originally built in Dunedin FL, LVTs played a significant role in our victory . . . — — Map (db m120736) HM WM
On Bayshore Boulevard (U.S. Alt 19) at Palm Boulevard, on the right when traveling south on Bayshore Boulevard.
In this area between Curlew and Cedar Creek along St. Joseph Sound during the month of August, 1941, the first Alligator, which was designed by Donald Roebling and built in Dunedin, was received and launched by elements of the U.S. Marine Corps . . . — — Map (db m120368) HM
Near Marina Plaza at Victoria Drive, on the left when traveling west.
Dedicated to recall in the minds of all men those Americans who did not ask but who have repeatedly served under this country's flag to their fullest whenever the cause of freedom and democracy has been threatened anywhere in the world. — — Map (db m217229) WM
On 58th Street South at 7th Avenue South, on the right when traveling north on 58th Street South. Reported missing.
In memory of
Albert Fielding Lang
Nov. 16, 1870-Feb. 27, 1960
Came to Florida in 1911
Mayor of St. Petersburg:
1916 to 1918-1918 to 1920
Founding President of St. Petersburg
Chamber of Commerce
Brought . . . — — Map (db m129659) HM
On Shore Boulevard South at Beach Boulevard South, on the right when traveling east on Shore Boulevard South.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has listed the Gulfport Casino in the National Register of Historic Places. This is the third such Casino on this location. The first fell in the 1921 hurricane; the second came down in the early 1930s. Using . . . — — Map (db m135952) HM
On 54th Street South at Tangerine Avenue South, on the left when traveling north on 54th Street South.
When in the early 1900s the St. Petersburg and Gulf Electric Railway Company planed their streetcar line to connect with the Gulf beaches, they first had to determine a termination point where boats could meet the trolleys to carry passengers across . . . — — Map (db m135936) HM
On 61st Street South at 13th Avenue South, on the left when traveling north on 61st Street South.
Built as the Hotel Rolyat in 1925, these Mediterranean Revival buildings originally were designed by Paul Reed of the Miami architectural firm of Kiehnel & Elliot for developer Jack Taylor. In 1929, after the collapse of the Florida land boom, the . . . — — Map (db m68134) HM
Near 54th Street South at Essex Avenue South, on the left when traveling south.
Gulfport was Steven Jay Robin’s adopted home. He loved his little city by the bay. Steve joined the Navy after graduating from H.B. Plant High School and was assigned to the USS Pueblo in 1967. On 23 January 1968 Steve Robin was wounded and taken . . . — — Map (db m217231) HM WM
On Bay Street, 0.1 miles west of Orange Street, on the left when traveling west.
In 1895, Dr. Susan K. Whitford and other local women founded the Ozona Ladies Improvement Society, which focused on community development initiatives. Early meetings were held in members' homes, and it was quickly decided that a permanent meeting . . . — — Map (db m110868) HM
On Georgia Avenue east of 11th Street, on the right when traveling east.
The Florida Methodist Conference College, now Florida Southern College, relocated its campus to present-day Palm Harbor in 1902 after purchasing the San Marino Hotel, located at Florida Avenue and Omaha Street. In 1904, the college built an . . . — — Map (db m132917) HM
[panel 1: 1905] This reproduction of a postcard dated 1905 is one of the earliest pictures of Wall Springs. Purchased by Charles F. Wall from the State of Florida in 1876, Wall Springs soon became a popular recreation destination by the end . . . — — Map (db m166177) HM
On 58th Street North at Park Boulevard North (State Road 694), on the right when traveling north on 58th Street North.
This area surrounding Pinellas Park's original train station has been a hub of activity since P.J. McDevitt arrived in 1909 to grow sugar cane. In 1912 one of Pinellas Park's pioneers, Walter Bender, built his home in the area now known as Davis . . . — — Map (db m68136) HM
On Wilcox Road at Pine Street, on the right when traveling west on Wilcox Road.
This area was historically known as Dansville, named for one of its founding residents, Dan Henry. The twelfth of fifteen children, Henry moved here from Dawson, Georgia, with his brother Lloyd’s family in the early 1920s. At the time, citrus groves . . . — — Map (db m210585) HM
This tree is reportedly the oldest living Live Oak Tree in Pinellas County and is estimated to be between 300 to 500 years old. This grand oak tree is registered with The Live Oak Society of the Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc. — — Map (db m3244) HM
Near Phillipe Park Drive east of Philippe Parkway, on the left when traveling south.
Menendez, Spanish Governor of Florida, after building fort at St. Augustine (1565) came to this site in 1567 and persuaded the Indian Chief Tocobago and his 1500 braves who lived here, to accept Christianity. Menendez erected a blockhouse for a . . . — — Map (db m46671) HM
On Pentecost Sunday, May 26, 1539, Hernando de Soto sailed into Tampa Bay and named it “Bahia Espiritu Santo” (Holy Spirit Bay). A decade later it is believed that the famed Dominican missionary, Father Luis de Cancer, was martyred . . . — — Map (db m44277) HM
On North Bayshore Drive east of Phillippe Parkway, on the right when traveling north. Reported missing.
On May 18, 1539, Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto reached the shores of what is now Tampa Bay, landing near these mineral springs used by the native population for nearly 10,000 years. Believing he had found the legendary Fountain of Youth somehow . . . — — Map (db m216413) HM
As the first European settler in Pinellas County he established St. Helena Plantation, now Philippe Park Philippe was the first to cultivate grapefruit in Florida and introduced cigar-making to Tampa His descendants populated this frontier. . . . — — Map (db m13637) HM
On N. Bayshore Drive, on the right when traveling south.
On this promontory Count Odet Philippe, a native of Lyon, France, and surgeon in the French Armed Forces under Napoleon Bonaparte settled in 1842, arriving at this point in his sailing vessel "The Ney." In this area he established St. Helena, his . . . — — Map (db m13639) HM
In the 16th century, the Calusa people lived along the coastal areas of southwest Florida and were the largest and most powerful group of indigenous people in South Florida. The Calusa's major rival for power were the Tocobaga. They lived north of . . . — — Map (db m174624) HM
On 4th Avenue North, 0.1 miles north of Main Street, on the left when traveling north.
This cottage was constructed in the early 1900's, soon after Safety Harbor's downtown streets were platted. The turn-of-the-century wood frame vernacular structure was identified by the Safety Harbor Historic Building Survey of 1994 as one of the . . . — — Map (db m176037) HM
On 4th Avenue North just south of 2nd Street North, on the right when traveling north.
Commissioned by original owner B. Rhett Green in 1908, this house is classic Victorian style sporting traditional gingerbread in the peaks of the roofline, original hardwood floors, and original walls. The home's builder was William Fletcher . . . — — Map (db m176042) HM
On 2nd Avenue North just north of Main Street, on the right when traveling north.
This majestic live oak was named for philanthropist Dr. Salem Baranoff, the former owner of the Safety Harbor Spa. Born in Kiev, Russia (ca. 1880s), Baranoff graduated from the American School of Naturopathy in 1921. In 1945, he purchased the . . . — — Map (db m174758) HM
On 5th Avenue North just south of 2nd Street North, on the right when traveling north.
Between 1949 and 1994, this building served as Safety Harbor's First Dedicated Library. The history of the Safety Harbor Public Library actually began ten years earlier, in November 1938, when the Women's Civic Club established a library at the . . . — — Map (db m176045) HM
On Main Street (Florida Route 590) at 2nd Avenue South, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
Considered to be the oldest on Main Street, in 1917 this brick-structured building is reported to have survived a devastating fire that burned the first block of Main Street to ash. Although it has served as the city's Chamber of Commerce for many . . . — — Map (db m174705) HM
On South Bayshore Boulevard at 5th Street South, on the right when traveling south on South Bayshore Boulevard.
Lover's Oak is a grand live oak tree believed to be more than 200 years old. This tree was a favorite meeting place for many of Safety Harbor's young people and picnic groups from the 1890s to the 1950s. This stately oak tree once had a large lower . . . — — Map (db m146976) HM
Near South Bayshore Boulevard just north of Scott Street.
This mound was created on December 5, 1981, when Native American remains previously held in the museum collection were reinterred. A traditional burial ceremony was conducted by Native Americans and the Treaty of Tocobaga was signed. The treaty . . . — — Map (db m174549) HM
On 2nd Street South just west of 5th Avenue South, on the right when traveling east.
In 1918, ten women promoted Sunday afternoon services in the public school building in Safety Harbor with the Reverend James T. MacLean of nearby Bethel Presbyterian Church presiding. For four years, the Safety Harbor Presbyterians met in a tent, a . . . — — Map (db m176059) HM
On Main Street (Florida Route 590) just west of 5th Avenue North, on the right when traveling west.
This building at 509 Main Street served as the headquarters of the city's newspaper, the Safety Harbor Herald.
A.G. Waldron started the town's first newspaper, the Tropical Breeze, in 1915. It ran for approximately one year out of a building . . . — — Map (db m176055) HM
On 6th Avenue South at 3rd Street South, in the median on 6th Avenue South.
This log cabin is the oldest building in Safety Harbor and the oldest log cabin in Pinellas County that is still standing in its original location. The oldest section of the building is believed to have been built circa 1870 with bricks dated as . . . — — Map (db m136151) HM
On 5th Avenue North just north of 5th Street North, on the left when traveling north.
The first Safety Harbor School opened in 1907 as a two room frame building behind the present day fire station. The school included grades one through eight. In 1916, a new red brick three story school house was constructed at its current location. . . . — — Map (db m174760) HM
On Main Street (Florida Route 590) just east of 2nd Avenue South, on the left when traveling east.
Originally the St. James Hotel, this building was constructed by business partners W.E. Sinclair and Virginia Tucker during the Florida land boom of the 1920s and named for Virginia's late husband, James Felix Tucker, a former Captain of the . . . — — Map (db m174699) HM
On Main Street (Florida Route 590) just east of 5th Avenue South, on the right when traveling east.
This building was constructed in 1914 by J.D. McElveen, who named it the Hotel Frances after his first daughter, Frances Viola. His wife, Helen Campbell, was the daughter of George W. Campbell, the city's first mayor (1917-1919).
The Hotel . . . — — Map (db m176054) HM
On North Bayshore Drive just north of Jefferson Street, on the right when traveling south.
The Tucker Mansion, a Colonial Revival style mansion, was built in 1923 during the Florida Land Boom by Virginia Hernandez (Bailey) Tucker (1844-1931). Virginia Tucker was the daughter of William James Bailey, a colonel during the Second Seminole . . . — — Map (db m120359) HM
Near Philippe Park Drive east of Philippe Parkway, on the left when traveling south.
The Temple Mound was built by Native Americans known as the Tocobaga. It is the largest remaining mound in the Tampa Bay region. The mound was made of alternating layers of shell and sand. Remains of posts indicate there was at least one . . . — — Map (db m216588) HM
On Gulf Way near 10th Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
For 10,000 years, Indians hunted the prairies and fished the waters of what later became Pass-A-Grille. The last group of Native Americans to settle in the Pinellas County area were the Tocobagas around 1000-1700 A.D. This area was first visited by . . . — — Map (db m59486) HM
On Pass-a-Grille Way at 7th Avenue on Pass-a-Grille Way.
In 1783, while updating Gulf Coast navigational charts, Jose Antonio de Evia (b. 1740), a Spanish naval officer, visited a Spanish fishing camp located on this site. He called it “Rancho de Juaquin.” Artifacts from the 18th and early . . . — — Map (db m49507) HM
On 3rd Street North (State Road 687) at 2nd Avenue North on 3rd Street North.
Of the many distinguished military men who came from abroad to fight for the independence of the American colonies, Kosciuszko was among the very first. In August 1776, only months after the Declaration of Independence had been signed, the . . . — — Map (db m75249) HM
On Bayshore Drive at 1st Ave SE, on the left when traveling north on Bayshore Drive.
This city park is located on the site of the first railroad pier in St. Petersburg, built by Peter Demens in 1889. Peter Demens (pronounced de-MENS) was a Russian nobleman, Pyotr Dementyev, who left Russia in 1881, came to Florida, and changed his . . . — — Map (db m4666) HM
On Elbow Lane North, 0.1 miles west of Park Street North, in the median.
In April 1528, The Spanish explorer Panfilo de Narvaez arrived here with 5 ships and 600 men in a quest for gold and power. Also with him were those who sought to spread Christianity, including eight diocesan and five Franciscan priests. One of . . . — — Map (db m120361) HM
On 2nd Avenue North at 3rd Street North, on the right when traveling west on 2nd Avenue North.
The First United Methodist Church was designed by architect James Baldwin and constructed by Charles Whitaker in 1926. It is the third Methodist church located on this site, with the first dating to 1902. The church is Late Gothic Revival in style . . . — — Map (db m180345) HM
On West Gandy Boulevard (U.S. 92) 2.1 miles east of San Fernando Drive NE, on the right when traveling west. Reported missing.
Constructed as a toll bridge for auto and street car traffic by George S. Gandy, a pioneer West Coast developer, it was begun in 1922 and opened in 1924. The structure consisted of 3¼ miles of causeways and 2½ miles of bridge, and at its . . . — — Map (db m129358) HM
On Park Street at Elbow Lane North, on the right when traveling south on Park Street.
From ca. 1000-1700 CE, the indigenous Tocobaga people inhabited a village whose remnants feature in the Jungle Prada site. Archaeologists hypothesize that a micco (chief) lived in a dwelling atop the 12-foot-high platform mound overlooking the . . . — — Map (db m192481) HM
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Street just north of 2nd Avenue South, on the left when traveling north.
Lynching in America
Thousands of African Americans were victims of lynching and racial violence in the United States between the Civil War and World War II. The lynching of African Americans during this era was a form of racial terrorism . . . — — Map (db m180045) HM
Near Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street at Central Avenue when traveling north. Reported missing.
At this intersection November 12, 1914 John Evans a black laborer from Dunnellon FL was lynched condemned by a secret council of fifteen of St. Petersburg's most influential citizens. He was then turned over to a mob of fifteen hundred white . . . — — Map (db m64413) HM
On Driftwood Road South at Ward Avenue South, on the right when traveling north on Driftwood Road South.
In this vicinity stood the home of Abel Miranda, Seminole War veteran, who moved to the Pinellas Peninsula in the late 1850's. In February, 1862, the Union blockading squadron off Egmont Key sailed into Big Bayou and attacked the home. It was . . . — — Map (db m167497) HM
On 1st Avenue North at 4th Street North, on the right when traveling west on 1st Avenue North.
"God Gave Us Sons:
We Gave Them To Our Country
And Our Country Gave Them
Back To God."
Crenshaw Caswell 1st Lt. F. A.
James Abel 2nd Lt. Inf.
Lewis N. Brantley
George Donaldson . . . — — Map (db m99442) WM
On 4th Street North south of 2nd Avenue North, on the left when traveling south.
In Memory Of Those
Who Made The
For Their Country
In World War II
Erected By The
Those Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice
In . . . — — Map (db m99451) WM
On 1st Avenue North west of Beach Drive Northeast, on the right when traveling west.
In 1923 construction began on Soren Lund's "Million Dollar" Mediterranean Revival hotel. Prominent features were its clay-tiled roof, rough textured stucco, baroque-type arched entrance and sqraffito decorations. It encompassed the north half of the . . . — — Map (db m50565) HM
On 34th Street South (U.S. 19) at 38th Avenue South, on the right when traveling south on 34th Street South.
Oldest church in Pinellas County, it was organized April 20, 1887. It was constructed in the summer of 1887 by a handful of pioneers equipped with crude tools. Built of unturpentined pine, the church records indicate first building cost $673. Dr. . . . — — Map (db m50444) HM
On Dali Boulevard (5th Avenue South) at Fourth Street South, on the right when traveling east on Dali Boulevard (5th Avenue South).
Initially served by the Jesuits from Sacred Heart in Tampa, a small wood-frame chapel named “St. Mary” was built at the northwest corner of Sixth Street and Fifth Avenue South in 1908. By 1913, a new and larger brick church was . . . — — Map (db m40486) HM
After purchasing ten acres of scrub pine and swamp in 1922, Bishop Barry of St. Augustine directed the pastor of St. Mary’s in downtown to begin construction of a school building on this not-so-promising site. Construction began in 1925 and Sunday . . . — — Map (db m40484) HM
On 2nd Avenue Northeast east of Bayshore Drive Northeast, on the left when traveling east.
On January 1, 1914, the "aeroplane" was demonstrated as a viable means of commercial transportation with the inaugural flight of the St. Petersburg-Tampa Airboat Line, the world's first regularly scheduled commercial airline. Piloted by Tony H. . . . — — Map (db m140622) HM
On Mound Place west of Bethel Way South, on the right when traveling west.
In 1526 Juan Ortiz, a member of the expedition sent from Cuba to find Panfilo De Narvaez, was captured by Timucan Indians. Chief Hirrihigua, their ruler, hated the white men because of the violence of Narvaez. Juan Ortiz was condemned to death but . . . — — Map (db m50463) HM
On 1st Avenue North west of 3rd Street North, on the right when traveling west.
The United States Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to All Veterans • Past • Present • Future
1775 • ----
I am the Star Spangled Banner .....
. . . — — Map (db m99441) WM
On 2nd Avenue Northeast east of Bayshore Drive Northeast, on the right when traveling east.
(Front plaque)From this site The St. Petersburg-Tampa Airboat Line The World's First Scheduled Airline Began regular flights between St. Petersburg and Tampa, January 1, 1914. ⋆ This plaque and site dedicated December 4, . . . — — Map (db m50437) HM
On Bayshore Drive SE east of Dali Boulevard, on the left.
Within a decade after the famous Wright Brothers' 1903 flight, aviation history was being made in Florida. The first transcontinental flight landed at Jacksonville in 1912, a naval air training center opened at Pensacola in 1913, and the St. . . . — — Map (db m50438) HM
On Parkin Court, 0.1 miles west of Grand Boulevard, on the left when traveling west.
Built in 1883, the Safford House is one of the oldest structures in Tarpon Springs. Anson P.K. Safford was appointed governor of Arizona by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1869 and reappointed in 1873. After leaving Arizona, Safford . . . — — Map (db m200193) HM
On East Tarpon Avenue at North Safford Avenue, on the left when traveling east on East Tarpon Avenue.
This one-part masonry vernacular commercial building was built by D.A. Alissandratos. It housed his business, United Divers, which provided sponge diving supplies. It later provided space for the Tarpon Leader Newspaper, law offices, a Ford . . . — — Map (db m216782) HM
On East Tarpon Avenue west of South Safford Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
This typical one-part masonry vernacular commercial structure was built sometime between 1909 and 1913. (Though the date shown on the front of the building is 1914, the building appears on the 1913 Sanborn Fire Insurance map.) It was originally . . . — — Map (db m216778) HM
On Beekman Lane at South Spring Boulevard, on the left when traveling north on Beekman Lane.
Craig Park was named Coburn Park in 1935 for Thomas Coburn who sold the property to the City for $20,250, by referendum, that same year. A newly formed City Park and Playground Commission, appointed by the City's Board of Commissioners, aided in . . . — — Map (db m216430) HM
On East Tarpon Avenue east of Hibiscus Street, on the left when traveling east.
This one-part masonry vernacular commercial building is the home of one of Tarpon Springs’ oldest businesses, Faklis Department Store & Show Repair, which began in 1912 as a shoe repair shop. Vasile Faklis, who started the business, came to Tarpon . . . — — Map (db m216602) HM
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