Update, volume 8-9 (1981-1982)

Volume 8

Vol. 8, no. 1 (February 1981)

Complete issue

Will the Real Henry Flagler Please Stand Up, by Jaquelin Duggan Mason.
Let's Hear it Once More: "Hurray for Booker T.," by Michael N. Kessleman.
No One Was Keeping Black Memorabilia, by Bea L. Hines.

Vol. 8, no. 2 (May 1981) The Water, the Land, the People

Complete issue

The Water, by Jeanne Bellamy. [water management]
The Land, by Raymond Lang. [Brickell Avenue archaeology]
The The People, by Ida P. Myers. [A 1915 trip to the beach]
Number 231: A Tale of a Trolley, by Marie Anderson.

 Vol. 8, no. 3 (August 1981) Mid-season for Hurricanes

Complete issue

A Letter to Mother, by George Hubert Cooper. [1926 hurricane in Goulds]
1941-1950 Decade: Hurricane, by Michael N. Kesselman.
The City in Broad Brushstrokes, by Jack Kassewitz. [1930s-1940s prostitutes]
This is History? Wow! This is Neat! by Pam Lowell. [HASF education programs]

Vol. 8, no. 4 (November 1981) World War II

Complete issue

Miami, 1941-1945: From VIP Suites to GI Barracks, by Daniel Markus.
Letters from Miami, by Eleanor Hazlett [written in Miami during World War II]
From an Old Diary, by Thelma Peters. [written during World War II]
The Day Horse Racing Became Legal, by Everett Clay. [Hialeah Park race track]

Volume 9

Vol. 9, no.1 (February 1982)

Complete issue

As My Father Told It ..., by Dean Miller. [Biographical sketch of early 20th century businessman Dale Miller]
Booming Sounds, by Billie Peeler Pearce. [Poem about the 1920s real estate boom]
A Violation of the Law, by Charles M. Brookfield. [The author sets fire to an empty lot in Coconut Grove in 19926]
Restoring Old Photographs, by Steven Brooke. [Advice for the care of negatives and photographic prints]

Vol. 9, no. 2 (May 1982) John James Audubon

Complete issue

The Florida Keys (I) and The Florida Keys (II), extracts from Ornithological Biography, by John James Audubon and William MacGillivray.
Retracing Audubon on Cape Sable, Sandy Key, by Kathryn Hall Proby.
Lost in the Everglades, by Earl DeHart.

Vol. 9, no. 3 (August 1982)

Complete issue

"FIU in '72" Comes True, by Phyllis Spinelli. [The founding of Florida International University]
Snithsonians Tour ‘Glades with HASF, by Pam Lowell.
20th Century Environmentalists, by Michael Kesselman.
Ernest Graham's Seedlings Flourished, by M. W. Anderson. [Biography of Ernest Graham]

Vol. 9, no. 4 (November 1982) - Museum Moves

Complete issue

What Hath Johnson Wrought?, by Beth Dunlop.
Preview Tour No. 1 Now Starting, by Zannie May Shipley.
Re-Creating Good Old Days Takes Nuts, Nails and Numbers, by Nancy Taylor.
Ephemera Is What Fits in a Folder, by Rebecca Smith.
Book review [exhibit research].
Out of the Trunk [HMSF, 1960s]

Note: The museum moved in 1984.