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Business Correspondence. Nov. 1, 1924- Dec. 31, 1924
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00000147/00141
Finding Guide: A Guide to the Thomas E. Will Papers
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Title: Business Correspondence. Nov. 1, 1924- Dec. 31, 1924
Series Title: Business Correspondence
Physical Description: Archival
Publication Date: Nov. 1, 1924- Dec. 31, 1924
Physical Location:
Box: 12
Folder: Business Correspondence
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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November 20, 1924.


Mr. Thomas E. Wills,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


My dear Mr. Wills:

A few days ago you were in the
office and gave me two ten acre tracts on Golden
Glade Road at $500 and $550 an acre.

Will you please be kind enough
to give me the legal description of at least advise
me what section they are in.

.I have a party interested and
before going into the matter further would like to
know just where this acreage is located.

..--- Thaetiing' you 'for your prompt
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Real Estate
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Miami, Florida


November 20, 1924.


Mr. Thos. E. %ill,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Mr. Will:
Vie have buyers for all of section
28 ard the west.half of 27, 54-37, so pleased
come int--o the office here tomorrow, or at
least by Saturday.


telephone
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Tried to get in touch with you by
and through Mr. Sprague but without


Yours very truly,
J. J. GUCKR & S0N, INC.,

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JI- E PENROBE, PA. CLAUDE A. SWANSON, VA.
HENRY CABOT LODGE, MASS. JOHN WALTER SMITH. MO.
MILES POINDEXTER. WASH. JAMES D. PHELAN, CALIF.
FREDERICK HALE.ME. KEY PITTMAN. NEV.
L. HEISLER BALL. DEL. THOMAS J. WALSH, MONT.
MEDILL MCCORMICK. ILL. PETER 0. GERRY. R. I.
TRUMAN H.NEWBERRY MICH. PARK TRAMMELL. FLA.
HENRY W. KEYES, N. H. WILLIAM H. KING, UTAH.
ELWIN A. SILliY,OLERK. COMMITTEE ON NAVAL AFFAIRS.


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November C, 1920.




:. Thomas V. 1,

Fort lauaerdale, Florida.

de:: dear Sir:--

In the absence :' Senator -.-.1e15, I am

pleaei to acknowl.ede receipt of : a of the eth,

inst., toCether with clirpine- "' m the Palm Beach

Post relative to banana culture in "-- : section, an

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with th -e ic part eint of Ari culture and urge that if

consistent a specialist be sent to .l each County

for the purpose of studyinM the crowinrp of barannas

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Central College
Howard-Payne College
Department of Biology
E. A. Jenner Fayelte. Missouri.
O. R. Warford
November 25, 1924.


Mr. Thomas E. Will,
Fort Lauderdale,
Florida.

Dear Mr. Will:-

I have informed myself more fully concerning the
management of the Okeelanta Corporation and as a result I
wish hereby, lst,to cancel my proxy giving you the right to
vote my stock; 2nd.,tod ereby rvcke my assignment of stock
or any part thereof to you or any members of your committee,
3rd, to ask you please to return my certificate of stock,
Number 574, postage for which is herewith inclosed.

In taking this action I am acting on my best judg-..
ment, and I hope I have not inconvenienced anyone by my
previous action.

Yours truly,



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Fa ytt, Missouri.




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INVESTMENT BANKERS
FARM AND CITY LOANS
SECURITIES BUILDING
DES MOINES, IOWA


lov 26, 1924 .


Dr Thos E. Will ,
Ft Lauderdale Fla


Lear Sir :


I have received from Mrs McOullough the papers.pertaininng
to the Okeelanta .rporation and the GiJF.lands And I have received
from Mr 3Z i Awain of ,LInneapolis his lengthfliotice to stockbolde rs -
and"statement of facts" ; I had about decided to adopt 'Mrs McCullough'S
plan, to assign stock and send it to you with Power Af Attorney ;
but thinking to read the Austin papers again I find therein something
to mr great surprise It says about Mr G.C.Bantz
le is not a stockholder of the Okeelanta Corporation and never was"
and it says, Mir Will is not now and never was a stockholder of
the Okeelanta Corporation "

Uow I am a stockholder- have 10 shares, and am in fawor of a change in
management, but cannot understand how you and Mr Bantz- neither of you
a stockholder are so much concerned in the matter


Will you please explain ?


Yours


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Miami, Fla.

a.., dear :1r.Leiiis:--

,I liave a buye'r for tile ' '/ -nc' r.';lct near Corier of Everg-ldes
t. Ave. anli. OC.i'I.c i iLg .1toad.

le need the legal L~c""sri;.io.u, .;i.l court linty tint l :liv-r'y on be made.


iluclo.:;ed is plit frorn Assesur 's books. I asstuae the tr.tci t isin the
3.E. Corner of t.ie E.rl\ Andlersou tr.'ct, .nd isj30)' x 330Q.

'ihi figlrios 660",I su .,lied .if.cr ,aulk 1.iJ bItc Asso~.or's olerk.

P- ilO. Arson, co;Ies .a subdicLi.-isin; huc.: o l.iceLhere for :t ? 1/v tract.

.':1- rico, ,iit. Cor ..is.sion)isi3 JI u S. L,., (,000 .00



I have futln,. s veril err .in tir.tL tsH an h yo O::L I ;..;.c c -l:lint .


Cani you iae,-t uie, FPrid;'y, Hoon, at Houghlt:ling' s Joiiry u'.nch ro.nm,
di.iu;ii Abe., ,ses of High Ochlool buililing? /


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$/ North American Life & Casualty Co.
Minneapolis, Minn.

November 26th, 1924.

R. S. McCready,
Portola Road,
Atasoadero, Calif.

Dear Sir:

Your letter of the 21st received, and I will endeavor
to make immediate answer as I read it, touching upon the various
points in the order mentioned. As other matters are crowding my
attention today, I will necessarily be somewhat brief in my ref-
erence to each matter.

The stock of the Okeelanta Corporation was arbitrarily
made non-assessable by the terms and conditions of the trust.
Therefore, the Trustees and Officers had no right and no power
to assess the stock for any purpose whatever, and could not even
raise the money for postage and expense of annual statements as
you suggest. 4

You mention communications to the holders of 4,860 shares.
Permit me to inform you that over 82000 of these contract holders
failed to taken A t whatever, in this gift land or gift
stock scheme. Nevertheless, we corresponded with all of them fo
a period of aboue fire years, trying to induce them to co-operate.
This involved a heavy expense.

Furthermore, the general situation in the Everglades
since 1912 has been one of considerable discouragement. As a
result, it would have been absolutely impossible to induce any
considerable number of stockholders to pay in additional money
for any purpose whatever.

You may have met with inattention to correspondence
with the officers of the Corporation, but I do know that so far
as I have been able, every letter coming to me has been answered
as well as I possibly could.

Permit me to inform you that the undistributed shares
of the Okeelanta Corporation have never been used at any meeting
since they were turned bak to the Cororati'on by the Trustees.
Under the terms of the trust, they we rU.sed at annual mee-ings
by the Trustees before the were turned back. That was not only
legal but necessary in complying wlrE-il the terms and conditions
of the trust.













With respect to the distr bhtion of the stock gratis, V/(
I simply ask where you would have obtain.e mieney to do that
work with, if the duties and responsibility of doing it had fallen
on your shoulders. Would you have generously advanced three or,-
four thousand dollars from your own funds with no prospect whatever,
of being re-imbursed? This will enable you to look at the matter
from the other standpoint.
Again, I say to you, the stock was arbitrarily made non-
assessable by the terms of the trust and the Trustees and Directors
cou3a not look to the stockholders for as much as a single penny
after the stock was issued. We know and have shown the U.S.Gov-. .
ernment that $~Qg each would nL-Axer more than une act
of the Corporation advertising, distribution and general soliit ation,
and correspondence carried on by us gratuitously so far as our ser-
vices were concerned for a period of five years. You are mistaken
when you say the $2.00 was put up to you as "annual dues". I think
perhaps you may be confusing the Okbelanta~..orporation'with the Okee-
lanta Asso~gAtion, a voluntary concern that existed before the Okee-
lanta Corporation was formed.
So far as the legal fy of the points I have raised are
concerned, I have been over these with competent attorneys and
a represef itive of the Government, and am satisfacorily advised
that we are right. -
No mortal man can give anything to any mortal man who Al
does not want to receive it.*--
So far as the sal of atk to stockholders is concerned,
I am in a position to know that be iracticable. I do not
belltee there are 50 of all the ptockhbo ers o wouTT care to make
any additional investments in this uncertain situation. I do not
believe that the proceeds from one general solicitation of that
kind would pay the postage.
So far as the opposition is concerned, I have no comments
to make whatever. I leave their attitude and their me ods to speak
for themselves. They are at liberty to do as they please and we
will do likewise.

As stated in my circular, our onl_ source of income, the
only source of income permitted under the law, was he original on-
tribution from persons accepting their stock, and re~It that ha
received from land, and these have all een accounted for. The first
item was entirely consumed in the work of incorporation and distri-
bution, and the second has barely been sufficient to take care of
taxes and the expense of litigation that has been forced upon us.
As to the value of the land, I judge from what you say, your

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very glad if you are able to fix the value, to tell me what it is.
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sum of money for these lands at the present time, I would be very
glad to have the information. I have made frequent inquiry of
large investors or operators in Plorida and have never been able to
gelan offer. Therefore, I must simply restrict myself to the tS Tt-,
and say I do not 2ow what these lands are worth. Furthermore
do not believe an* other person knows. Moreover, I do not believe
these lands have an value other thah of a highly speetlative nature.
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value. If they, however, acquire a market value, it will be done by
future developments of a different type and a more effective char-
acter that anything yet attempted.
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or anyone else in the dark concerping the corporation, had we the
money to communicate wiFT"you. It is &ll rigET to talk about rais-
ing money from the stockholders, but I tell you again it would have
been impossible to do this. It would also have been illegal to
levy assessments for this purpose. Neither you or I could have
raised any money that way.


Yours very truly,
Z. E. Austin


Secretary.


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GENERA MERCHANDISE

HURON.TSOUTH DAKOTA


Dr Thomas F Will.
near Sir.


November 28 1924


This is to notif'r you that I Cancel both Proxy and Assignment which
I gave you and your associates.


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JUPITER. FLA.
B. RAULERSON
BOCA RATON. FLA.
HECTOR HARRIS
RITTA FLA.
FRED E FENNO CLERK
WEST PALM BEACH FLA
CHAS H. HOLTSLAW. COUNTY ENGINEER
WEST PALM BEACH FLA


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28 November 1924











Dr. Thomas E. Will
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Dear Dr. Will:

Since your letter f April 12th, 1923,
has any other part of sections f been paid for and
deeded? According to that letter, tracts9 to 24 and
tracts 69 to 100 inclusive have not been paid for.

In that letter you also state that deeds
were received and turned over toSruitcrest trustees
in accordance with clause four of the contract. Have
the trustees turned these over to the individual buyers
in that portion of the section?

Clause three of the contract provides that
the land is sold subject to the several reservations
made by the eaap ifwe trustees of the Internal Im-
provement Fund. What are these reservations and what
( is now the status of affairs with the Internal Improve-
ment Fund? '

Very truly yours,
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J. A. ROSTAN, VICE PRESIDENT AND MANAGER


PIONEER INVESTMENT COMPANY
DEVELOPERS OF THE TOWNSITE OP
CANAL POINT. FLORIDA
ON CONNERS HIGHWAY AND P.E.C. RAILROAD AT LAKE OKEECHOBEE
EVERGLADES PROPERTIES
GENERAL REAL ESTATE


LAKE WORTH. FLA.

306-0 St. 2. Wd. L. ., .ov. 28, 1924
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.i.-. Rostan
*i.IT. Sampson


Dear Friends;

The Jacksonville office. wishes to meet with the
Committ-ee to :..e final plans. I send a re--.u,,' of our
recent correspondence-- it also goes to Dr. Will. Of couuLji
we cannot .:-et -"i:; you. I suggest that o,,. go ahead, i... g
- Lrselves to a-:'. -je a meeting at a convenient date for
all of -i.

We have nothing to add to the authori'; already given
-'... We are entirely ...tisfied with Mr. L'LZ1il' and Lr.
Shands believL- t!1-:.! competent to form a:J .direct the legal
plans. ,.: have every confidence in them and will give
eve-r support and assistance we can. I have stated the
attitude with reg.. .- to funds. We will have the ,-O0.O0,
',:.t there we rest.

I notice in my correspondence with people an anxiety
whether or not they are to be called on for real money, so
I think that question must be settled some other ;..y than
by a request for funds.


Yours


Laura V. '.; Jullough


I think it would be a fine thing for all of you
to see and t-i: with r. L'-ngle, as well as I_. :l:..


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WARD RANDOLPH, ENGINEER


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PIONEER INVESTMENT COMPANY
DEVELOPERS OF THE TOWNSITE OF
CANAL POINT, FLORIDA
ON CONNERS HIGHWAY AND F.E.C. RAILROAD AT LAKE OKEECHOBEE
EVERGLADES PROPERTIES
GENERAL REAL ESTATE
LAKE WORTH, PLA.


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When I had ..-. up a final list of the people and
had sent it to b.e .t :-ewritten, I wrote the Jacksonville office,
giving the statistics a.:5 under ijavL.':!er 12, :i-. L'Engle -.rote:

rAm pleased to note your success in interesting
the Stock holders. It would -... that the next
step in this matter should be for me to discuss
with the Committee, the details of the for.:. of suit
and action to be taken. I will formulate plans
to this end, within the immediate future."

.Lr. Austinis circular c.... and I sent it to the
attorne-,- immediately. 1~ :t-- Novemberr 19:

"I think that the letter addressed to the Stock
holders of the Okeel&:.ta Corporation, contains
information ,-'iLch will be of value to us, when we
undertake to prepare a bill of co; .laint against
the present organization. .r. Ch-.A,: and I will
carefull- study -2. Austin's circular letter,
and I am not prepared, at this time to advise that
you or the other members of the Committee, who are
referred to therein, should _j any attention to
the derogatory statements made by IMr. Austin. This
circular letter corroborates :., r'vious i..ifLession
that the proposed litigation will be sharply contested
and that it will probably be neces;ar- to take a
great deal of testimony. This being true, I fear
that the actual expenses of the litigation will
amount to a good deal. It will be neces:.;-. to
< pay these e:: enses, such as ste.io rap' rs' fees,
Court costs etc., in cash, and I trust that the
Protective Committee has arr,.-led to provide itself
with sufficient funds for this purpose. After
-:r. Shands and I have more thorou hly considered
i~. Austin's printed letter, and other facts in
connection with the case, we will :.rite you again."

To this I replied that the Home Builders would not,,
in i;,y opinion, be willing to contribute further, that the ,"- .
resolution of June 18, 1924, copy of which was sent to eve
member of the Committee and to the attorneys, expresal stt











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that we are not be be held responsible further then -.O0 for
fili,_ or Court fees,--- that I had assumed the provisions,
epecificj.llr mentioned in For..:. o 1 and !'Uo.., -o 2, to borrow
I..o.-ty to pay costs -:'ou.d bake care of these matters, --- that
I am bearing all the expenses of every kind; printing, postage,
Si typewriting, as -..-l11 as the labor. I cheerfully contribute
the labor, but I hope to be reimbursed for the actual bills.
In an.i event I cannot do any more nor go into a c "m AlJ i to
raise money for :.ayelf.
No-,C.b.er 24, Mr. 'L- n ,- acknowledged receipt of tu-. lic t
with co...::.:Cii..tion and said:

"I fully appreciate your attitude about the funds
to pay costs, and I do not ;-- any one could
expect you to do m:ore tihn you have done. However
the Committee will doubtless deal with this subject
in its discretion when it -.c.ts to make final
arrangements for bringing suit. It sfe,..s to me that
the time has about arrived for the Committee to
hold a meeting and co,.:lete its ._'U -ii events for the
e:i.yloyment of counsel, institution of suit and
determination of questions of policy. If you desire
to bring this point to the attention of the Committee,
I shall be glad to be informed of the CJu...lttee's
conclusions. t l-.tr-'.,.-~ I want the 0o: Littee to
feel entirely free to -.aj.' arran c..L.:.ts they desire; but if the wj.::.,lttee wishes
;r. .Shands or ..,.: to appear before t-U~m,, at some
mutu.l-L- t.j';" e LI:,_ date, we should be lLi to be
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825 CENTRE STREET
NEWTON, MASS.

Iov7eraybr- 29, 1924.


:;r. Thos. .. Jill
-Fort LauderdGle, Fla.
Idy de-ir Dr. Jill:
Against my better judgment a short
time a.o I assigned mry sh-re of .tock in th..
OkeezIinta Corroration to the committee a-p-
pointed by the Okeei.lanta Yrotectiv .Aseociat
tion.The mdre I hav\e thiot about the matter
the rmore uncomifort,%ble I have become re-
garding the' matter; and I ar~ writing this
letter to cancel th.t assignment of stock:
.-ind aisk you to return to mer, mr. certificate
of stock. This is .l.o int-nd-d to revoke
an7y pro..T her.tofor!- iven.
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December 3, 1924.

Dear Dr. Will:

It was a pleasure to hear from you once again. I am
t entirely in sympathy with you in your opinion of austin. You would
naturally know that to be the fact, but I do not think it wise for
you to pay the least attention to Austin's howl. It will do no good
in my opinion to engage in a controversy with Austin and will cost
much time and money which we cannot afford. 11o one, as I am sure
you know, appreciates what sacrifice you have made in the interest
of the B. & G. Everglade laniuders' a'~iit is too bad that this
further labor is forced on you. iut you are the only one who iff A
my opinion equipt to handle the Florida end of the trouble as
Secretary. Mrs. McCullough is the proper one at this end I am sure.

She has been very successful and has a large follow-
ing in good order and if you will let her know as soon as you can do
so the names of those who have sent you proxies and also the names of
those who have cancelled theirs, she will write a follow up letter to
those who have not sent in proxies and also those that have cancelled
theirs. Mrs. McCullough has kept in touch as closely as she could by
mail with the buyers and I think can bring the necessary pressure to
bear on the careless and ignorant ones. 1 know it will be a job to
write the 210 names. Wish I could do it for you. I notice Doctor
that you call attention to the fact that I was Assistant Treasurer U.
b. aid I beg you to cut the title AssiMtant Treasurer U. b. out of your
Better absolutely, as connecting mein any way with the Treasury In
your letter will get me into a large lot of trouble. reference ob title
is strictly forbidden by the regulations.

The opinion I have expressed as to the wisdom of sending
your letter is entirely personal at this time. I will try to get the
Washington ounch together at once and Mrs. McCullough will let you know
what is the decision.

I think 1r. Hands will attend to Austin and his howl,and
1 believe in letting him do it in his own way. The important thing,as
you know is to get proxies and Mrs. McCullough will get them if she knows
just who she must get after. Let Austin go to the devil is my idea.

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PIONEER INVESTMENT COMPANY
DEVELOPERS OF THE TOWNSITE OF
CANAL POINT. FLORIDA
ON CONNERS HIGHWAY AND F.E.C. RAILROAD AT LAKE OKEECHOBEE
EVERGLADES PROPERTIES
GENERAL REAL ESTATE


LAKE WORTH. FLA.
Dec,..ier 4, 1924


Dr. Tlhomas .. lills
Okelanta, Florida


]ear Doctor:

I thank ,I,.. v _-: much for your letter of ov ...er
23rd, relative to t'e -"solution. I am informed t'.,t this
case has loeen postponed ;1 ,.. ..... -'w.. -..

I am enclosing, herwith a cop:- of leeter fr I
-. .cCullcough; also a copy of her letter quoting ,s- -
letters of attorneys, all of which explain for these ves.

If h-av'"-.'-.jestions as to the action of the a ,
-i-r1-11 let me have them, as the chairman, I'Ir. Boli -er is
/ou, of the ~ te at the present time, _-.d there is no telling
When h'e will return, so it will be up to yourself, S...son
and ..:-.elf to tace action. I trust that you are in touch
ith I.i. L'Llngle and ^r. I.\. As.


l_.l: advise me of o.; course of action.


E. S. MOTTER, TREASURER


WARD RANDOLPH, ENGINEER


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Dec. 5, 1924



:iss Mary I'". Thuilds,
Forest Service,
,/ashington, D. J.

Dear ,Madam:

Responsive to your favor of the 3rd inst., will endeavor
to reply as follows:

You refer to statement as having been sent out by me in
1914 "assessing each contract holder 42.00 per contract to cover
expenses". I wish to state that this was not an assessment in the
sense I understand it. On the contrary, the trustees and directors
simply informed the contract holders tiat ..2.00 per contract was
necessary to cover the expenses of setting this plan under way and
gave them the opportunity of paying it or not as they might elect.
J'e had no power to levy any assessment at that time. It was purely
optional in every way.

In regard to a statement made in 1914 with reference to
certain taxes for the year 1912 and 1913 I tiik you will find this
statement was nade in behalf of the Okeelanta Association and not in
behalf of the Okeelanta corporation. It appears that a small amount of
taxes for these two 0;ears were paid by the Okeelanta Association. It is
a fact, nhoever, tnat so far as tne Okeelanta corporation is concerned
its payment of taxes levied against it as the oaner of these lands appears
t have commended-. in 1917. I cannot state definitely as to why
there were no taxes paid for the years 1914, 1915, aai 1916. I only
know tnat such are the facts so far as our records show.

You ask why the very irregular rates of increase from year
to year in these taxes. I arm not able to answer this question and be-
lieve the best source of information on that subject would be the
Tax Board or tne Treasurer of the State of Florida, or whatever
officer or board levies taxes. I know nothing whatever as to their
reasons for these things. The thoughts that guide the course of
conduct of State officials are past finding out as a general rule.













Miss Mary M. Chrilds -2- Dec. 5, 1924


I suppose the taxes have been increasing because the State has constantly
increased its activities respecting these canals. Each canal constructed
is an additional expense not only for the building thereof but I should
think it night add an additional expense for maintenance.

If 'ou will again read my circular you will find I distinctly
stated that the increase of taxes in 1923 was due in part to a tax
levied by the City of Pahokee of something over 2,,000. I could not
possibly add anything to that explanation.

I believe I understand your state of mind. It is quite
similar to that of a great majority of Florida Everglades contract
holders. Tnis district was held out to all of them as a paradise, a
place to which they might retire in their old age, and live on the
bountiful products of nature. This was the effect of a wonderful
selling organization. It has taken years to get the enthusiasm out
of me. I find, however, that a vast majority of contract holders have
long since given up the delusion that resulted from the fanciful pictures
painted by the accomplished agents who sold these lands. My judgment
is it will be a long, longtime before you, or anyone else, can find such
a haven of retreat in the Everglades as most of us were led to hope for.
If you want to realize your ambition. I would not waste too much time
in dreaming dreams of an Eden in the Everglades. This may be somewhat
discouraging, but I make it a business when I answer a letter to tell
the truth as near as I can.

There are many lovely places for ideal homes in Florida, but
I do not believe that the Everglades is one of them. In recent years
I have commenced to doubt if Florida's system of drainage is not a
miserable failure. Twelve years ago I advocated the tapping of the big
river above the Lake to divert the water down direct to the ocean and
thereby keep the water out of the Lake.

My understanding is that the U. S. government has had a notion
that this Lake should be maintained at a certain depth. I suppose the
government contemplates the use of this Lake at some future time and
has the notion that its depth can best be regulated by water on the
surface rather than by dredging the mud out of the bottom. After all,
public officials are only numan and there is a limit to their intelligence.

I am somewhat at a loss to understand how the future of the
Okeelanta Corporation could affect your plans for making your future
home in Florida. The Okeelanta Corporation has no control over your
individual holdings whatever and its success or failure could hardly
affect your personal affairs in any conceivable way.















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Miss Mary M. Childs -3- Dec. 5, 1924


^ I do not know where your' acreage is located and therefore
could not even make a guess as to its wobable value. I think all of
this land was more valuable twelve years ago than it is today because
..- then it was being boomed by a numb of powerful organizations and
sales forces and had behind it aifte husiasm that does not exist today.
Up until recently the value of lands in this district was supposed to
decrease with the distance from the Lake,but I doubt if this rule will
hold good for the reason that the situation nae is just about as bad
up close to the Lake as 'anywhere else.

I can say to you, however, that the lot in the Okeelanta
townsite is of no value. I have long since quit paying taxes on my
lot in that location. There are absolutely no improvements there
whatever. Some visionary folks started a town several miles South of
that location and for some reason unakown to me gave it the same name
Okeelanta. What measure of success they nave met with, I do not know.
I have never heard that the world has become very much excited about it.

You ask now we have managed to handle this situation.
Frankly,'I sometimes think I don't know. We have had a hard time and
a lot of trouble and outside trouble makers have simply added to these
difficulties as time has gone by. I think now one of the most important
things to do is to eliminate the trouble makers and we have every reason
to believe that this will be very satisfactorily accomplished.

Under the circumstances I find it somewhat difficult to
understand why you have iot provided us with your proxy,assuming of
course that you wish to co-operate with the Corporation in the very best
possible conduct of its business. Perhaps you overlooked this. The
only way you can do this is to either attend the meeting or provide
us with a proxy and thereby assure your being represented at the meeting.
I inclose herewith another blank and hope you will be able to oblige
us in this respect by early mail.


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WEST PALM BEACH
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Dear Mr. Will:

S'*:sent you a map recently but did
not include the prices as our prices are continually
ch-ning',, We are making combinations and lowering
prices and in some instances, raising them, every
week,


Until further notice, the acreage on
the Dixie Highway we are asking 250. per acre,
The acreage west of the Dixie which does not front
on the railroad we are getting anywhere from *.'0,
a. ...tc $100, per acre for. The acreage which the rail-
road runs through we are asking from 4100, to $150,
per acre, according to the number of sections in the
rear of the railroad,

I would suggest that your bring your
client up and look at the property and find out which
is sold and which is not and then I will make a price
on the acreage in which he is interested, I will
work up a parcel of 5, 10, 15 or 20,000 acres at a
special price or will put a price on any individual
section, As I have sold over 4,000 acres this week
it is really useless to give you anything definite
as your clients might be looking at the property
which I have sold, Therefore either call me on the
telephone reversing the charge or wire collect on
the sections in which your clients may be interested
and I will answer immediately.

Cordially,



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EAST COAST FINANCE CORPORATION


W M HANSEN S4LES MANAGER


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KANSAS CITY. MO.

Dec. 18, 1924.


rr. Wills,

Ft.Lauder&iale, Fla.,

My rear Frinnd ana Coworkerl.

Some time has aassned an here I am coming

b.-Lk faith a latter r: '"eale.stata". .a 7:ia Ha.


Sell, I have a parry here that has one of the best prop

positions I have ever had offered. me for exchange for Flori" Land,

copies of the propositions herewith enclosed.

, T No.1, Montrose is one fo the best financed an=d priced

properties I have ha.& in a long while to offer for, lian in your state,

which must be south. and seat of Ta;.ia, that can be cut up an~ sold into

smaller tracts latfr.

-- 1 TUo.2- Is a good one too. The' bot!- have spJlanAid in-

coma and are crackers and I have them direct from the owners too.

By tho -a- fix this so 'you can protect me in a ceunissi--

ion at that enalbut don't sa, an,-t-ing about it ir. ycur letters to me

as he reasa every one of the~

T'e wants about t~n to twenty thousands acres, So you

see we will have to get out and di;. 5i can put it thru is you have

a lar;- eniou, tract and he will assume some too, I think.

See what you have and write me at once as he is raring

to go snd if we don't get him, some one else will.

A.wvaitin your early reply, I s-m,
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GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. PINRS VICE-PRESIDeNT


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December 22 1924





Thos. E. Will
Fort Lauderdale,
Florida
Dear Mr. Will:
I received your statement, this morning advising
a meeting of the Committee to be called in the near future.
Inasm ch as r. bollinger, who as you know, is president of
the -is out of the State and no possible chance of
his being here this winter. I believe it would be proper
for the secretary to call this meeting to be held in Lake
Worth, at any time you see fit. Kindly give Mr. Sampson,
0 and myself, ample notice so we can arrange our affairs to
be there.
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as it complicates matters on account of Mr. Sampson taking
little oA-no interest in the matter, thus leaving the
responsibility on you and myself. However, please notify
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arrange accordingly.
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