Update, Volumes 5-7 (1977-1980)

Volume 5

Vol. 5, no. 1 (October 1977) - Agriculture

Complete issue

South Florida’s Prickly Pineries, by Thelma Peters. [pineapples]
Scarifying South Dade, by Jean C. Taylor.
I Remember the Demise of Old Juno, by Gordon L. Williams.
The Citrus Canker, by Jean C. Taylor.

Vol. 5, no.2 (December, 1977) - Potpourri

Complete issue

James M. Jackson, Jr. by Victoria Schmaltz.
The Holsum Bakery Building, by Jean C. Taylor.
The Homestead Depot Comes Home, by Jean C. Taylor.
The Biltmore, by Suzanne Brodeur.
Henry Flagler, by Robert Bricks.

Vol. 5, no. 3 (February 1978) - The Season

Complete issue

The Cross-Bay Swimming Race, By Thelma Peters.
Put Yourself in Touch With Florida's Past, by Jack Roberts. [HMSF exhibits]
The Tequesta Mound Excavation, courtesy of the Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity and Tourism.
Camp Biscayne, by Jean C. Taylor.
Reflections on Black History: The Season, by Dorothy Fields.
Belvederes Updated

Vol. 5, no. 4 (April 1978) - Miami High School

Complete issue

MIAHI Highlights Miami High, by Zee Shipley.
The Early Years, by Thelma Peters.
Miami High Sports, by Howard Kleinberg, ‘51.
Memorable Teachers, by Lamar Louise Curry.

Vol. 5, no. 5 (June 1978) - Newspapers

Complete issue

A Presidential Message, by R. Layton Mank.
Newspapers of America’s Last Frontier, by Jeanne Bellamy.
Why Write for Newspapers? by Jane Wood Reno.
The News Tower, by Nancy Hoffman.
The Origin of the Miami Times, by Garth C. Reeves, Sr. as told to Dorothy Jenkins Fields.
Ben Archer and the Homestead Tender, by Jean C. Taylor.

Vol. 5, no. 6 (August-October 1978) - Hurricanes

Complete issue

A Presidential Message, by R. Layton Mank.
The Harvest: A Country Fair, by Zee Shipley.
And I Knew Hurricanes, by Mispah Otto de Boe.
The 1926 Hurricane in the Grove, by Erling Ayars.
The 1928 Hurricane Meets the Jupiter Light, by Gordon L. Williams.

Volume 6

Vol. 6, no. 1 (December 1978) - Schools

Complete issue

A Presidential Message, by R. Layton Mank.
Impact of the Hispanic Migration on Miami and its Surroundings, by Eduardo A. Garcia.
The Redland Farmlife School, by Jean C. Taylor.
Aggie High Remembered, by Thelma Peters.
Perrine Elementary School, by Jean C. Taylor.
The Last Complete Style: Art Deco, by Alexander Feinberg.
Richmond Naval Air Station Marker

Vol. 6, no. 2 (February, 1979)

Complete issue

George Merrick, Poet, by Thelma Peters.
The Ox Woman, by Jean C. Taylor.
The Chaille Plan, by Peggy Newman Montague.
The Peacock House, by Valerie Fisher Lassman.

Vol. 6, no. 3 (October 1979) - 1929: Fifty Years Ago

Complete issue

Black Tuesday: October 29, 1929, by Earl Dehart.
Doug Barnes: Creator of Dade’s Parks, by Jeanne Bellamy.
Fifty Years on the Miami River, by Suzanne Curry Jones.
Perspective: The More Things Change ... the More They Remain the Same, by Elizabeth Rothra. [Charles Torrey Simpson and David Fairchild]
Researchers Love to Get Postcards, by Rebecca A. Smith

Volume 7

Vol. 7, no. 1 (February 1980)

Complete issue

Sewell, The Chamber, and the Marketing of Miami, by Jeanne Bellamy
Memories of the Marion, by Elizabeth P. Breeze.
Bloodshed at Bayfront: The Zangara Attack, by Richard D. Simpson.
Historic Survey: Serving the Present by Seeking the Past, by Mary Jane Tucker.

Vol. 7, no. 2 (May 1980) - Special Energy Section

Complete issue

Mystery at Carysfort, by Charles Brookfield.
Learning to be Kind to Our Mother Earth, by Lawrence Mahoney.
Pros and Cons of Sub-Tropic Houses, by Beverly Wilson.
Back to Basics After $600 Bill, by Marilyn Lane Gadinsky.

Vol. 7, no. 3 (August 1980) - Summer: See it Like a Native

Complete issue

Summer: See it Like a Native, by Jaquelin Mason.
Cigar Rolling ... a Craft Fading into History, by Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr. and Concepcion N. Garcia.
Counting Noses, by Sam Boldrick and Marie Anderson. [census]

Vol. 7, no. 4 (November 1980)

Complete issue

The Burdine Heritage, by A. Tillman Jones.
The Presidential Preference for South Florida, by Raymond Lang.
Ransom Christmas 1902, by Paul Carlton Ransom.
Why an Artifact Collection? by Linda K. Williams.