Update, volumes 1-2 (1973-1975)

Volume 1

Vol. 1, no. 1 (October 1973)

Complete issue

Heraldry, Shorthand of History, by David T. Alexander
Marking Time, by India Sue Barbee. [HASF's marker program]
Florida and the Caribbean: An Overview, by Kenneth N. Sellati.
Guns of Mystery, by William L. Ganong III.
Miami—What it Was Yesterday, by Patsy West.
History's a Mystery, by Dr. Thelma Peters (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 1, no. 2 (December 1973)

Complete issue

The First County Road: From Lantana to Lemon City, by Dr. Thelma Peters.
Sugar Comes to Florida, by Ken Sellati.
Miami's Pioneer Radio Stations, by Gene Rider.
Hurricane Sunset—Great Clouds for Mourning, by Jane Wood Reno. [1926 hurricane]
History’s a Mystery, by Dr. Thelma Peters (crossword puzzle)
Winter Program Series, by Dr. Charlton Tebeau.
Miss Harris's Alumni, by Garlin Wood Lewis.

Vol. 1, no. 3 (February 1974)

Complete issue

Message From the President, by Arva Moore Parks.
Ransom School, by Giulio Blanc.
Uncle Billy, Early Miami Booster, by Adam G. Adams.
Miami's First School, by Thelma Peters.
Florida and the Caribbean: A Mosquito in Paradise, by Ken Sellati.
Florida’s Role in Historic Preservation, by Charlton Tebeau.
History's a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 1, no. 4 (April 1974)

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Audubon At Key West, excerpted from Key West-The Old and the New (1912), by Jefferson Browne.
12 Hours of Sebring, by Walter Hill.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Romer photo collection]
The First Audubon Societies in Miami, by Jo Cameron.
New Town Recalls Old, by Arva Moore Parks. [Miami Lakes street names]
Miss Harris Has a Birthday, by G. L.
Program Meetings: Dr. Tebeau and the Seminoles, by G. M. K.
Our Marjory Conquers the United States Navy, by Leonard G. Pardue. [Marjory Stoneman Douglas]
History's a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 1974)

Complete issue

Annual Report 1973-74, by Arva Moore Parks.
Digging Miami’s Past, by Patsy West.
Our Perambulating Courthouse, by Thelma Peters.
The Street Railways of Miami, by Edward Ridolph.
Hail to the Inchworm, by Woodrow W. Wilkins
Marking Time, by Wayne E. Withers.
History's a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 1, no. 6 (August 1974) - Pioneer Aviation Days in South Florida

Complete issue

Miami’s First Plane, by Thelma Peters.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Miami All American Air Races]
Early Airports and Aviation Near Miami, by Karl E. Voelter.
Henry T “Dick” Merrill, by Walter Hill
Aviation and the Hurricane, by Gordon E. Dunn.
Street Railways of Miami—Part Two, by Edward Ridolph
Early History of Some Plant Immigrants of Southern Florida, by Dr. Margaret J. Mustard.
History’s a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)

Volume 2

Vol. 2, no 1 (October 1974) - Downtown Miami

Complete issue

Marking Time, by Wayne E. Withers. [first telephone exchange]
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Miami Avenue and Flagler Street]
Pioneer Pictures, by Dorothy Dean Davidson
Burdine’s, by Gene Rider.
How Guavonia Became Coral Gables, by Mary C. Dorsey.
New in the Library, by Thelma Peters.
House Built to Last Centuries, by Hampton Dunn. [Villa Serena]
History’s a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 2, no. 2 (December, 1974) - That's Entertainment

Complete issue

Director’s Desk, by Randy Nimnicht.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Cinderella Ballroom]
Ladies, Kindly Remove Your Hats or Miami’s Pre-boom Theatres, by Thelma Peters.
Those Were the Days, by Peppy Fields
Twenty-five Years of Television Pioneering, by G. S. Nyne.
Miami Night Life, 1944-1950: End of an Era, [by] George Bourke [and] Leslie Turner.
Opera in the Swimming Pool, by Mary C. Dorsey.
Black Entertainment 1908-1919, by Dorothy Fields.
History’s a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)
Marking Time, by Wayne E. Withers. [Julia Tuttle]
Munroe Over Miami, by Kirk Munroe.

Vol. 2, no. 3 (February 1975) - The Rumrunners

Complete issue

Reflections on Local Black History, by Dorothy Fields. [Black Archives]
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [prohibition]
The Story From the Other Side, as told to Jerry Pardue.
Another Boom in the Nineteen Twenties, condensed from Tequesta by Dr. Charlton Tebeau.
The Rumrunning Era, by Capt. Victor Bullock (as told to Thelma Peters)
History’s a Mystery, by Thelma Peters. (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 2, no. 4 (April, 1975) - The Grand Openings

Complete issue

Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Seaboard Railway]
Opening Night at the Capitol Theatre, by Dick Lehman.
Pomp and Circumstance—The Royal Palm Hotel, by Thelma Peters.
The Wooden Way to Miami Beach, by Marty Grafton. [Collins Bridge]
The Opening of Rail Service to Miami and Key West, by Seth Bramson.
The Biltmore Debuts, by Prunella Wood.
Opening Day at Hialeah Race Course, by Jerry Pardue.

Vol. 2, no. 5 (June 1975) - Miami's Marine Scene

Complete issue

Director’s Desk, by Randy F. Nimnicht.
The Port of Miami, by RAdm I. J. Stephens
The Biscayne House of Refuge, by Thelma Peters.
Marking Time [Biscayne House of Refuge]
The United States Naval Station at Key West, by John R. Hope.
The Ship That Stopped the Boom, by Samuel J. Boldrick.
Reflections on Local Black History: Stevedores, by Dorothy J. Fields.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [ships]
History’s a Mystery, by Larry Winebrenner. (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 2, no. 6 (August 1975) - Hurricane

Complete issue

Director’s Desk, by Randy F. Nimnicht.
Hurricanes—I Hate Them!, By Jack Roberts.
Mister Hurricane, by E. V. W. Jones. [Grady Norton]
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick.
Hurricane Honeymoon, by Thelma Peters. [1926 hurricane on Bimini]
The Hurricane in Florida Fiction, by Stuart B. McIver.
The Disastrous 1928 Lake Okeechobee Hurricane, by Patsy West.
Last Train to Key West, by Jerry Pardue. [1935 hurricane]