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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hollywood, Florida
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|Built in 1923 by Bastian Construction for professional offices, the building was occupied by Dentist Arthur Kellner, Hollywood's mayor in the 1930s, and Karlberg Studios Photographer. In the late 1990s to early 2000, the Hollywood Boulevard Theater . . . — — Map (db m99737) HM|
|The Council Oak Tree Site reflects the Seminole Tribe of Florida's growth over the years and stands as a symbol of strength and stability. The Council Oak Tree was the site of the meetings that led to the creation of the Seminole Tribe of Florida . . . — — Map (db m100134) HM|
|The Hammerstein House, designed in the Tropical Modern style by Bayard Lukens in 1935, was the home of Vera and Clarence Hammerstein. The interior of the house has beautiful detailed archways, ceilings, and floors which includes the use of . . . — — Map (db m99736) HM|
|The building was built by J.W. Young in 1925 as the new home for the Hollywood Land and Water Company's publishing business. The Toggery Shop Men's Wear was on the ground floor, east side. In 1934, James Breeding converted the building into a drug . . . — — Map (db m99738) HM|
|From 1927 through the 1940s, the Menis Family operated Joe's Tropical Café, a popular restaurant, in this building. — — Map (db m99820) HM|
|Initially in other locations, Melina Tomich's shop sold children's wear. In 1946, Melina built the shop here at 2010 Hollywood Boulevard branching into ladies' wear, in particular lingerie. Today, Melina's is the oldest continually operated family . . . — — Map (db m99735) HM|
|The Morse Arcade was built in 1923 by Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Morse, an arcade was an early mall with a variety of shops & offices. In 1927, it was the home of Hollywood's first library. — — Map (db m99790) HM|
|Prohibition ended in 1933. In the mid-1930s, when gambling was legal on Hollywood Boulevard, Wellons & McGowan held a license for slot machines at this address. Shortly after that, it was acquired by Breeding's for a liquor store. — — Map (db m99788) HM|