Joseph Janney Steinmetz took these photographs of sponge industry workers, many Greek-American, in Tarpon Springs in the 1940s.
This year marks the 175th anniversary of the city of Madison, Florida.
Want to see more? The Madison Collection contains approximately 1,000 photographs of Madison County’s people, places and industries.
On the move in Jacksonville in the Roaring ’20s.
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Enjoy a few of our favorite photographs of Jacksonville Beach in the Roaring ‘20s.
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The peaceful solitude of Sanibel Island is ideal for a honeymoon. Follow the adventures of honeymooners Lyn and Jim Agramonte, as photographed by the Florida Department of Commerce in January 1957.
Jim, who was born in London, shows Lyn the art of exploring abandoned seaman’s homes – he explored abandoned houses in England when a boy.