Letter from William Fagen to John Anderson dated Nov 25, 1889
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Title: Letter from William Fagen to John Anderson dated Nov 25, 1889
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Language: English
Creator: Fagen, William
Publication Date: 1889
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THE "ORMOND,"


AT ORMOND ON THE HALIFAX,


SECOND SEASON.


VOLUSIA COUNTY, EAST COAST OF SOUTH FLORIDA.


TIIE "ORMOND" is full of comfort and good cheer, and is surrounded by all the attractions of
Semi-Tropical Florida. It has Gas, Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water on every floor.; an open
fire-place In the large room of each suite; Broad Verandas overlooking the Halifax, and Pavilions
in turret of Tower and Cupola, giving a cool and shady outlook over the forest and the open ocean
beyond. Fire precautions perfect; stand pipe and hose every one hundred feet of hallway, with
strong pressure and unlimited supply of water; iron roof, concrete basement floor, and no surround-
ing buildings. Two Artesian Wells and large Cistern storage for rain water, with perfect filter.
Daily Mail, Telegraph and good Livery. Row Boats, Sail Boats and Steam Launch. Ocean Beach
ten minutes' walk. S. C.. FLEMING,
OF "CRAWFORDS,"
MANAGER.
ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX
is famous for its drives on hard, smooth roads along the river, in the forests and on the beach; for
boating on the Halifax; for the bathing at Ormond Beach, even in mid-winter; and, more than all,
for its "Halifax River Oranges."


ORMOND, FLA.,


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SECOND SEASON.


VOLUSIA COUNTY, EAST COAST OF SOUTH FLORIDA.


THE "ORMOND" is full of comfort and good cheer, and is surrounded by all the attractions of
Semi-Tropical Florida. It has Gas, Electric Bells, Hot and Cold Water on every floor; an open
fire-place in the large room of each suite; Broad Verandas overlooking the Halifax, and Pavilions
in turret of Tower and Cupola, giving a cool and shady outlook over the forest and the open ocean
beyond. Fire precautions perfect; stand pipe and hose every one hundred feet of hallway, with
strong pressure and unlimited supply of water; iron roof, concrete basement floor, and no surround-
ing buildings. Two Artesian Wells and large Cistern storage for rain water, with perfect filter.
Daily Mail, Telegraph and good Livery. Row Boats, Sail Boats and Steam Launch. Ocean Beach
ten minutes' walk. S. C. FLEMING,
OF "CRAWFORDS,"
MANAGER.
ORMON D-ON-THE-HALIFAX
is famous for its drives on hard, smooth roads along the river, in the forests and on the beach; for
boating on the Halifax; for the bathing at Ormond Bench, even in mid-winter; and, more than all,
for its "Halifax River Oranges."


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