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Tourists walking along the Jacksonville jetties at Jacksonville Beach (1929). | Florida Memory

Tourists walking along the Jacksonville jetties - Jacksonville Beach, Florida

Jax Beach 1970's

Beach scene at Jacksonville Beach.

Jacksonville, Florida, circa 1910. "Forsyth Street west from City Hall."

Jacksonville, Florida, circa “Forsyth Street west from City Hall.” Note the city-issued car tags. glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

10 Facts About Jacksonville's Black History | Metro Jacksonville

Cookman Institute: Pioneering Institution That Proceeded Historically Black Colleges & Universities

This photo shows the devastation of Downtown Jacksonville following the Great Fire of 1901. In eight hours, the fire burned 146 city blocks, destroyed more than 2,368 buildings, and left almost 10,000 residents homeless.

This photo shows the devastation of Downtown Jacksonville following the Great Fire of 1901. In eight hours, the fire burned 146 city blocks, destroyed more than 2,368 buildings, and left almost 10,000 residents homeless.

old boardwalk area at Jax Beach (1970s) -- I remember that ferris wheel

old boardwalk area at Jax Beach -- I remember that ferris wheel

Unidentified residence - Jacksonville, Florida

Over digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida.

Florida Memory - Cohen Brothers, the big store - Jacksonville, Florida 1930

Accompanying note "Cohen Brothers, "The Big Store" is Jacksonville's Department store and the largest one in Florida.

Workers in the tabulating department of Winn & Lovett Grocery Company - Jacksonville, Florida 1949 (Winn & Lovett is now known as grocery giant Winn-Dixie and is still headquartered in Jacksonville)

Workers in the tabulating department of Winn & Lovett Grocery Company - Jacksonville, Florida 1949 (Winn & Lovett is now known as grocery giant Winn-Dixie and is still headquartered in Jacksonville)

Jax Beach 1950s

Over photographs digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida, the Florida Photographic Collection is the most complete online portrait of Florida available

Charles Lindbergh with the "Spirit of St. Louis": Jacksonville, Florida | by State Library and Archives of Florida

Charles Lindbergh visited Jacksonville, FL in his plane "Spirit of St. Louis", the same one used in his record-breaking solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean.

Old post card of downtown Jacksonville, Florida - Hemming Plaza

Old post card of downtown Jacksonville, Florida - Hemming Plaza

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