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The Beaches 1949
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Cover Images        1930s Post Card, 1954 Post Card

Figure 1-1        The Ocean
Figure 1-2        Calm Ocean
Figure 1-3        The Jacksonville Area
Figure 1-4        Bartolomé de Castro y Ferrer Grant
Figure 1-5        Andrew Deweese Grant
Figure 1-6        William Hart Grant
Figure 1-7        Mayport Ad
Figure 1-8        Jacksonville in 1864
Figure 1-9        Sculls' Dixie House 

Figure 2-1        Sunrise
Figure 2-2        Murray Hall Hotel Ad
Figure 2-3        St. Paul's-By-The-Sea Episcopal Church
Figure 2-4        St. Paul's Catholic Church
Figure 2-5        1895 map of Duval County
Figure 2-6        U.S. Army on Pablo Beach
Figure 2-7        Army Marching on the Beach
Figure 2-8        Showing the Pavilion in the right background.
Figure 2-9        Colonel William Jennings Bryan
Figure 2-10      Henry M. Flagler
Figure 2-11      The Beach in 1900
Figure 2-12      Continental Hotel with Beach on the Right
Figure 2-13      Continental Hotel Rear View
Figure 2-14      Veranda of Continental Hotel
Figure 2-15      Buckman Atlantic Beach Ad
Figure 2-16      Buckman 1925 Map
Figure 2-17      W. H. Adams, Sr.
Figure 2-18      Atlantic Beach Hotel Brochure
Figure 2-19      Christopher-Bull House
Figure 2-20      Pablo Beach Elementary Students
Figure 2-21      Race Car, Pablo Beach, 1906
Figure 2-22      Cycle Racing, Atlantic Beach, 1915
Figure 2-23      Ocean View Hotel
Figure 2-24      Schematic Map of Downtown Pablo Beach
Figure 2-25      Ocean View Hotel Post Card
Figure 2-26      Pablo Beach Railroad Depot
Figure 2-27      Pablo Beach Showing Summer Cottages
Figure 2-28      Just South of Pablo's Downtown
Figure 2-29      Palmetto Avenue, Pablo Beach
Figure 2-30      Ocean Front, Pablo Beach
Figure 2-31      The Shore
Figure 2-32      Pablo Avenue, Looking East
Figure 2-33      First Street, Looking North
Figure 2-34      Mayport Docks
Figure 2-35      Railroad Station and Wharf, Mayport
Figure 2-36      1901 Mayport Baseball Team
Figure 2-37      Dickerson Avenue and 1st St. North

Figure 3-1        Pablo Beach in 1906. The Pavilion on the Right
Figure 3-2        Lifeguard Station, 1912
Figure 3-3        Shad's Pier, 1922
Figure 3-4        Pablo Avenue, June, 1917
Figure 3-5        Railroad Station, Perkins Bath House, Ocean View Hotel, Little Coney Island
Figure 3-6        Perkins House
Figure 3-7        Perkins Bath House and Rooms, 1930s
Figure 3-8        Atlantic Beach, 1924
Figure 3-9        St. Andrews AME Church, 2006
Figure 3-10      Orphan Asylum, 1924
Figure 3-11      African-American Neighborhood
Figure 3-12      Neptune, 1924

Figure 4-1        Casa Marina Hotel/Casa Marina Apartments
Figure 4-2        Atlantic Beach Hotel
Figure 4-3        Down the Roller Coaster, 1930/Looking South From The Roller Coaster
Figure 4-4        Lifeguard Station, Roller Coaster, and Penny Arcade , 1930s
Figure 4-5        Lifeguard Station, 1930 
Figure 4-6        Jensen Building
Figure 4-7        Bellanca on the Beach
Figure 4-8        Fletcher's First Graduating Class
Figure 4-9        1935 Telephone Directory
Figure 4-10      Mineral City, 1928
Figure 4-11      Fletcher 1943 Graduation
Figure 4-12      Beaches White School Enrollments, 1940-44
Figure 4-13      Aerial Photo #1
Figure 4-14      Aerial Photo #2
Figure 4-15      Aerial Photo #3
Figure 4-16      Aerial Photo #4
Figure 4-17      Aerial Photo #5
Figure 4-18      Aerial Photo #6
Figure 4-19      Aerial Photo #7

Figure 5-1        Erosion Caused by Storms
Figure 5-2        Storm Damage, 1956
Figure 5-3        McCormick Bridge on Pablo Creek/Intracoastal Waterway, 1972
Figure 5-4        Advertisement for  McCormick Apartments
Figure 5-5        McCormick Apartments at 9th Avenue N.
Figure 5-6        Life Guard Station
Figure 5-7        Bathing Beauties, 1946
Figure 5-8        The Pier, Mid-1950s
Figure 5-9        Downtown Jacksonville Beach, mid-1950s
Figure 5-10      Mayport Shrimp Boats
Figure 5-11      1950, Looking South. The Building in the center is Fletcher Junior-Senior High School
Figure 5-12      Looking South in Neptune Beach Down 3rd Street, ca. 1950
Figure 5-13      Neptune and Atlantic Beaches Intersect
Figure 5-14      Kelly's Fish Camp at the jetties
Figure 5-15      Houses Built  Before 1970
Figure 5-16      Elementary School Patrol, Jacksonville Beach
Figure 5-17      Prudential Building on the south bank
Figure 5-18      Mayport and Seminole Road
Figure 5-19      Atlantic Beach
Figure 5-20      Neptune Beach
Figure 5-21      From Neptune Beach Through Jacksonville Beach Almost to Ponte
                      Vedra Beach
Figure 5-22      South Jacksonville Beach and Ponte Vedra Beach
Figure 5-23      Ponte Vedra Beach
Figure 5-24      Downtown Jacksonville Beach, 1960
Figure 5-25      Missing The Coaster Block and Pier, 1962
Figure 5-26      Mayport Pelicans

Figure 6-1        1964 Atlantic Beach Hotel After Hurricane Dora
Figure 6-2        Atlantic Beach Hotel (photo by Nancy Adams)
Figure 6-3        1964, Hurricane Dora. Le Chateau Restaurant
Figure 6-4        1964, Hurricane Dora. Le Chateau Restaurant
Figure 6-5        Seven Seas Drive-In Restaurant
Figure 6-7        Jacksonville Beach
Figure 6-8        Seaside homes in Jacksonville Beach
Figure 6-9        Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, 1964
Figure 6-10      City of Jacksonville Population, 1900-1990
Figure 6-11      The Boardwalk, 2004
Figure 6-12      Fuller Warren Bridge, Jacksonville