Update, volumes 3-4 (1975-1977)

Volume 3

Vol. 3, no.1 (October 1975) - Miami at War

Complete issue

Director’s Desk, by Randy F. Nimnicht.
This Happened at Fort Dallas, 1840, as told by Col. Loomis Langdon.
Fort Brickell and the Battle, by Arva Moore Parks.
Dinner Key at War, by Marie Anderson.
Jubilation—The War’s Over!, by Thelma Peters.
Reflections on Black History, by Dorothy Jenkins Fields. [African Americans during World War I]
Crossword Puzzle.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Bombers]

Vol. 3, no. 2 (December 1975) - Coconut Grove

Complete issue

Reflections on Black History: Coconut Grove 1880-1903, by Dorothy Jenkins Fields.
Kirk Munroe: Adventurer For the Children, by Erling E. Ayars.
Coconut Grove Before the Railroad, by Arva Moore Parks
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Coconut Grove]
Holiday Greenery, by Patsy West.
History’s a Mystery. (crossword puzzle)
Book reviewed: The Good Little Ship, by Vincent Gilpin, reviewed by Patty Munroe Catlow.

Vol. 3, no. 3 (February 1976) - Early Tourism

Complete issue

Indian Key: Dade’s Most Colorful Twelve Acres, by Zee Shipley.
The First Child at the Tuttles, by Stella Tuttle Chapman.
Florida House.
My Father Did the Driving, by Daly Highleyman.
Marking Time: Peacock Inn, by Ellen Kanner.
Budget Fun-in-the-Sun-Circa 1905, by Thelma Peters.
History’s a Mystery (crossword puzzle)
Reflections on Black History: Miami’s First Newspaper, by Dorothy Jenkins Fields.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick [tourist camps]

Vol. 3, no. 4 (April 1976) - Potpourri

Complete issue

A Picture History of U. M., by Zee Shipley.
It All Began With Flagler, by Seth Bramson.
Halissee Hall, by Valerie Fisher Lassman.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [golf]
From One Boom-Time Theatre to a Miami Entertainment Empire: A Reminiscence with Mitchell Wolfson.
Sawmills in South Dade, by Jean C. Taylor
Steamboats From Florida, by Zee Shipley.
Greynolds Park and the Junk pile Mountain, by Ida Perdue Myers.

Vol. 3, no. 5 (June 1976) - Bicentennial

Complete issue

The Historical Association of Southern Florida, Part I: Origin and Early Years, by Charlton W. Tebeau
Early Man in South Florida, by Dan Laxson.
East Florida: The Logic of Loyalism, by Linda K. Williams.
South Dade's Black Pioneers, by Jean C. Taylor.
The Development of the Florida Court System, by Hugh Wood.
They Gathered for Worship, by Thelma Peters.
History is Where You Find It, by Charlton W. Tebeau
Depression Canning, by Louie R. Hamilton
History is a Mystery, (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 3, no.6 (August 1976) - Early Industry

Complete issue

Director’s Desk, by Randy F. Nimnicht.
Early Rock Houses, by Joseph H. Chaille.
“The Industrial Reporter”—Miami’s Early Black Newspaper, by Dorothy Fields.
Gifts of the Land, by Thelma Peters.
South Dade’s Last Commercial Starch Mill, by Jean C. Taylor.
Tannin for Tanners.
My Thirty-six Years With Burdine’s, by Nelle Coates.
Reflections on Black History: Miami’s Incorporation, by Dorothy Jenkins Fields.
Castor Oil Helped to Win the War.
History is a Mystery (crossword puzzle)

Volume 4

Vol. 4, no. 1 (October 1976) - Come to the Fair

Complete issue

Baseball in Early Miami, by Art Simon
Redland District Fruit Festivals, by Jean C. Taylor.
The Battle of Santiago, by Thelma Peters. [Dade County Fair]
How Come Cocoa, by Charles W. Skelly and Donna Sheriff.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [Florida Exposition train]
History is a Mystery (crossword puzzle)

Vol. 4, no. 2 (December 1976) - They Called Miami Home

Complete issue

Lecture Series, by Arva M. Parks & Zee Shipley. [naming of Tebeau Library]
Robert Frost and the University of Miami, by George W. Rosner.
My Neighbor Mr. Frost, by Nettle Bell Hjort Robinson.
Villa Serena, by Valerie Fisher Lassman.
Remembering Charles Deering, by Mary Warren Hudson Leary.
The Saga of Lake Worth Creek, by Gordon L. Williams.
Famous Miami Visitors, Romer Collection Miami-Dade Public Library.

Vol. 4, no. 3 (February 1977) - Miami's Postal Service

Complete issue

South Dade Postal Service, by Jean Taylor.
In the Days of the Two-cent Stamp, by Thelma Peters.
I Remember the Post Office When ..., as told to Robert C. Stafford by A. V. Phillips.
New Deal Murals in Florida Post Offices, by Fran Rowin.
Off the Beaten Path: Travel in South Florida, Part I, by Mary C. Napier.
History is a Mystery (crossword puzzle)
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [post office railroad car]

Vol. 4, no. 4 (April 1977) - For Our Mutual Benefit

Complete issue

The Woman’s Relief Association, by Margaret Pace Burton.
Sociedad Cuba, by Wright Langley.
A Home for the Working Girl [YWCA]
The Housekeepers' Club of Coconut Grove, by Gertrude M. Kent.
Off the Beaten Path: Travel in South Florida, Part II, by Mary C. Napier.
Early Charity Not so Sweet, by Thelma Peters.
I Remember the Red Cross When, as told to Robert C. Stafford, by Mary Massey.

Vol. 4, no 5 (June 1977) - The Barnacle

Complete issue

The Commodore, by Arva Moore Parks.
Growing up at the Barnacle, by Patty Munroe Catlow as told to Jean C. Taylor.
Ned Beasley and Coconut Grove, by Arva Moore Parks.
The B. B. Y. C. and the Barnacle, by William M. Straight, M. D.
The Good Ship Micco, by Arva Moore Parks.

Vol. 4, no. 6 (August 1977) - Summertime

Complete issue

Save our Alamo, by Valerie Fisher Lassman.
The Mosquito Menace, by Jean C. Taylor.
Miamians in Summer—Up and Away, by Thelma Peters.
Reflections on Black History: Fun and Games Overtown, by Dr. S. H. Johnson as told to Dorothy Jenkins Fields.
A Day at the Beach, excerpted from Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick’s book, Lest We Forget.
The Belvedere Bungalow, by Thelma Peters.
Picturing Our Past, by S. J. Boldrick. [bathing casinos]