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Misc. Correspondence - Laura V. McCullough. Jan. 1, 1925 - July 29, 1929
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Thomas E. Will Papers
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Title: Misc. Correspondence - Laura V. McCullough. Jan. 1, 1925 - July 29, 1929
Series Title: Miscellaneous and Personal Correspondence
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Publication Date: Jan. 1, 1925 - July 29, 1929
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Folder: Misc. Correspondence - Laura V. McCullough
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Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
209-212 LAW EXCHANGE
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
E. J. L'ENGLE
W.F. ROGERS
J. W. HANDS




January 13th, 1925.




Ts.. Laura V. TMcullough
306 0. Street, N. I.
'Tashington, D. C.


Dear Mrs. "TCullough:-


Let me thank you for the booklet which

you sent me at Christmas. I have read it

attentively, and I think it conveys a very

appropriate sutrestion for all of us.

Permit me to express my appreciation

of your thought, and to extend to you every good

wish.


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COLLEGES OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
GEORGE W. PATTERSON. ASSISTANT DEAN MORTIMER E. COOLEY. DEAN EMIL LORCH. IN CHARGE
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING LOUIS A. HOPKINS. SECRETARY COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

February 18, 1925



Mrs. Laura B. McCullough,
306 "C" St.,N.W.,
Washington, D. C.

Dear Madam:

While I was away on my campaign (for U.S.Senatorship)
my secretary sent your later communications,together with those
from Minneapolis, to the Dean of our Law School and sought his
advice ,so that when I returned I might be prepared to take
action. The Dean returned the papers a few days ago. Mean-
time I had forgotten all about it.

I have written to Mr. Will, the chap who sold me
my holdings in the Everglades. I must find out all I can about
them. It was he who convinced me that by investing I would
soon be able to retire on a competency. Maybe he can explain
all about it.

I am grateful for the information which has been
sent me. It is the first real dope I have had on the Ever-
glades since I received my deeds and abstracts.


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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING LOUIS A. HOPKINS. SECRETARY COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

February 27, 1925



Mrs. L. V. McCullough,
306 0 Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.

My dear Mrs. McCullough:

I am most appreciative of your letter of February 24th
and thank you for it. I also had a letter from Dr. Will. inasmuch
as some of the things I would say to you are mentioned in my
letter to Dr.Will, I am enclosing a copy of it.

I have been much interested in Mr. Little's letters and
the photographs. I have taken the liberty of making a copy of
them for my files and return the originals, together with the
photographs and clipping. I have also written to the Everglade
News and sent for reports and maps which you and Dr. Will mention.

I was particularly interested to know that you have been
a member of the teaching profession and taught for two winters in ;
Okeelanta. This should certainly qualify you to have an opinion
on the Eterglades.

Again thanking you for your courtesy in writing me so fully,
I remain


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properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. B l ER, Real Estate

AND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.
415 Iris St.
ves Palm Beach, Fla.
February 2E, 1926

Mrs. McCullough
e36 N. W. C. St.
Washington, D. C.

Dear Mrs. McCullough:

Your kind ifvor of Feu. 14, and the previous letter
containing the transfers received. I am looking alter Mr.
Dissmore and Jonas interests and they depend upon me. I am
devoting most of my time in posting stockholaeis and getiCng
them to understand the situation.

I am with you in your undertaking. I am supporting
Dr. Will and the Association in every movement with the R. R.
on our side. I am sure we will overcome the others fractions.
Will inclose copy of last meeting and will call on Chapman
with committee to see what he purposes to do or is doing.
The Shultz sale I am quite sure is a rumor.

Do not think they can put over sale of the land.
Too many clubs over them and they will submit to us without
trouble. If not, we no aoubt will take action ior receiver.

I must congratulate you on your good work and you are
surely entitled to credit also Dr. Will. We will find some
stockholders who will stand iuutral until the tide changes and
they are the kind I call conservatives or do not understand
the stock games.

I wanted to write you before but I am overrun with
more than I can look after in Palm Beach. Pardon my delay.

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A special meeting of the executive committee of the Okeelanta
Protective Association w h held, oy call of the President ana
aecreiaxy, a-t uii offices of the Pioneer Investment Company, in
Lake Worth, Florida on February lo, 1926

There were present essrs. A. A. Baker, Presiaent, J. A. iHostan,
R. B. Holley, W. ~. Greenwood, or Florida Ev:eglades Land Company,
F. E. Bryan, oc same company, J. i. Fox and LIr. Summerville, uj
Right of Way Department or Florida East Coast Railway, ana ThomrJ
E. Will, Secretary of the Executive Committee.

'ihe object was to consider the matter or securing speedy right
of way ior the P. E. C. Railway through Gift Lands controlled 1y
the Okeelanta Corporation.

Representatives or the railway explained their difficulties in
securing right of way through section 9 and 17 T. 42 S.4 R. 7 i,.
They stated that Mr. Chapman said his company was contracting to
sell these lands to a syndicate represented by P. G. Swartz and
E. J. Sharon, T. N. Young, Secretary.

They stated that Mr. Swartz required of them the following:

1. In following the west border of section 9 the railroads hundred
ft. right of way must begin on the section line rather than fifteen
it. east, which marked the border of a strip already allotted for
roads or canal.
2. The railroad must build for the syndicate a specified road.
3. The railroad must provide a depot and maintain an agent in
charge at all times.

In lieu of the above the railroad must pay the syndicate for right
of way at the rate of .4O000. per acre. The railroad was unwilling
to do any oi these things.

On suggestion of Mr. Fiox the following motion wam made by Will and
seconae by Holley: That a committee be appointed Lo confer with
H. J. Chapman and urge him to stand by his original oiter or
proposition to the railway that the Okeel.iuta Corporation grant
free right of way over all Gift Lands.
The president appointee the following comimmi-ee: Vi. P. Greenwood,
F. E. bryant, and the chairman and secretary of this executive
committee, all accompanied and assisted by a competent attorney.


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properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.


746 N. East Ave.,
Jackson, Iiichigan
April 10, 1986

Mrs. Laura V, McCullough
306 N. W. C. St.
Washington D. C.

Dear Mrs. McCullough:

Your kind favor of March 30 received. Just arrived home. I
am mailing your letter with :-.r. Funks letter to Dr. 'ill today. I am
sending you a copy of my letter to Dr. Will. I am waiting to see what thE
railroad people do about going on with the railroad south from Canal
Point. 've held a meeting with the railroad people and i.r. Chapman. We
are in favor of getting the railroad through. This will increase the
value of theproperty and ressurrect the old townsite of Okeelanta. But
no doubt will kill the town at South Bay also make a town at B1e-rad4
and one on Sec. 5 T. 43 R. 37 on the companies land, Sec. 5. fJtL,

The Railroad Co. will establish a station on Sec. 20 T. 42 R. 37.
On the north part of Sec. 20 is a Canal. On the north side of this
Canal is Sec. 17 about 200 acres of very fine land which is worth ,,00@.
at least per acre today and will increase in value.

Canal Point will make a city. The railroad will be one mile
east of Pehokee which will kill Pehokee. You are acquainted with the
lake shore east side and south side. No doubt you can see the future
value and the wonderful possibilities. No person can understand what
the future is in this part until the have made a personal and careful
inspection.

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Laura V. "Ouullough,
7ashingtom,
D.C.

Dear .Trs. IcCullough:-

'hat has become of our Protective
Society?

I have just received a letter from
another organization of well-meaning people who would like
to have my Okeelanta stock, for which they offer to give
me two shares in a new cc.".any which they have formed, in
lieu of my one share of Okeelanta, Cc.rror.tion! Stock.

Would be interested to hear from you.

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Office, April 21, 1926.


My dear lirs. Mccullough:


I have not forgotten my promise to call at
your house same evening to talk over the Everglade
situation, but since I saw you, the situation at
our office has developed such a squally aspect that
I have delayed week after week, hoping that some-
thing definite would develop which would enable me
to decide what to do in regard to my lots if it
should turn out that I still have any. But the
official weather still continues doubtful but with
now the practical certainty that a storm will break
within a few months or perhaps even weeks, when
what is said to be the most drastic reduction the
office has ever known is to take place. The office
has had reductions in its force before, of course,
but it seems that this is to be "most unkindest cut
of all." There is a general atmosphere of "Just be-
fore the Battle, :.Tother" about the place, and none
os us know who will "number with the slain."

Being one of those red-headed stepchildren
known as a legal resident of the voteless District,
of course no Congressional protection awaits me (and
I am not sure that I should seek it,'i it did, de-
spising as I do, the system of vicarious merit that
prevails in the Government service), and I had to
sign a paper the other day admitting that there was
no one dependent on me for support (incidentally, I
have no one on whom to depend, either, Ba it works
both ways), and altogether, my prospects for being
among those present on the firing line appear at
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In addition to the office situation, George
Warren, who is in about the same boat that I am
as regards Everglades land, says he had made in-
quiry as to the amount it would cost to regain
title to his land, and thinks it would be about
as cheap to buy a piece of land over again as to
try to pay up back taxes and other expenses con-
nected with it.

So, all things considered, I do not feel quite
justified in holding on to, or rather trying to re-
gain, the land on which my taxes have lapsed and
which has probably been sold before this, anyway.
And even though it has not, I do not feel like lay-
ing out the money necessary to regain title, espe-
cially as Mr. Warren says he learned while in Flori-
da last fall that the boom had had practically no
effect on the Everglades.

Thus endeth the short and simple annals of the
poor, and I hope you will realize my position suf-
ficiently not to think I am altogether foolish in
my decision not to "carry on" in the Iatter any
longer. I may be pressing brick for Walker, Doo-
little, & Company, this summer, instead of taking
a vacation! And even if I number with the sur-
vivors after this battle, there are rumors of a
still worse cut scheduled for next year, so that
Uncle Sam certainly can keep one guessing as long
as she works for him.


Sincerely yours,




Pothooker and Keypounder


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Dear Mrs. :cCullough;
I have a statement from the Ok3elanta Asso.
giving out some news, some statements which I do not quite under-
stand how ever.
Now they ara asking for our support in incopor-
ating under the name of Okealanta Plantation Co. What do you think
of it ? Do you know of any reason why it should not 1a
done? How is th3 matter that you took up progressed?
I have heard nothing recently about it.

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We locate buyers on Gov. Specializing in Farms and
rnment, State and private Fruit Lands in Florida
A properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address 746 N. East Ave.,
West Palm Beach, Florida Jackson, LichLi-",r
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich. April 29, 1926
Lir.. Laura V. i.cCullough
306 C. Street N. W.
Washington D. C.

Dear Mrs. McCullough:

Your kind favor of April 26th just received. Am very much pleased
with the information.
I have the report of April 24, 1914 signed by T. J. Champion and H.
J. Chapman, trustees. This report is a very important matter. This is the
report that contains what you mentioned in your letter, that Austan received
$1845. from the Okeelanta Association at the convention or opening at ,nest
Palm Beach April 1912. This money was for the purpose of incorporating and
distributing the stock to the contract holders. You have Austins receipt for
this money with itemized statement for expenses, as printing, etc., and with
balance of $504.25. This surplus fund left in the treasury would have taken
care of the Corporation until 1917 when the government and states surveys
were made, taxes demanded and land became available for cultivation. Many
of the contract holders have received this report of Austins, no doubt, and
have them at hand, dated April 28, 1914. I have one of these reports
myself which was not returned to him and filled out as requested with a blank
proxy to fill out.
I will also call your attention to the letter denouncing the Okeelanta
Protective Association. This letter of 1912 you will discover many contra-
dictions in his letters and do not check' up. In com :)rin h!,is letter de-
nouncing Lir. Rostan, Mr. Bollinger, Dr. Will and ridiculing yourself
ridiculously, also giving false reports on the financial conditions or rental
receipts from the years of 1917 to 1923 which were prosperous years for the
company, also the paragraph in this letter that states that'land is not worth
.F00,000. a wild reckless statement by i.i'. Alexander.'I Also that they have
never obtained an offer for the land and never been able to find anyone who
would care to make an offer and that the land is under water. Many acres of
this land was never known to be under water even at the highest time and in-
habited by Indians and white men and by Cap't Bass and myself who will make
an affadavit. They challenge your committee to produce any individual or
group of individuals to make a bonafide offer. In fact the land, he states,
has no known value. I will inclose prices quoted by state in 1918 for shore
land near by which is not as well located, in T-.:p. 43-37 six miles south of
Sec. 17-9.
I am acquainted, and have been for years, with this land and in 1919
and 1920, sold land adjoining this property fo-r .,:00. per acre. In fact
hundreds of squatters released their claims on the shore for this price and
gave quicf claim deeds to the land adjoining 1ir. Hughes, the superintendent of
the Okeelanta Corporation. He owns three acres adjoining 17 that he is asking
415,000. for, joining Sec. 17. Captain Bass adjoining the Hughes property
is asking 130,000. for a three acre tract ,nd offered Chapman .1500. oer acre
for the land adjoining him to the east. Captain Bass can be found in Palm
Beach. This offer stands good now.
I am sa tisfied that I can sell the N. ,. fractional 1/4 of 17 within
two months for 410q000:. and the v lue of the 1760 acres at the present time
is worth 41,000,000. and when the railroad passes through this property the
value will increase, before two years to .5,000,000. at the very lowest and






We locate buyers on Gov. Specializing in Farms and
ernment, State andprivate Fruit Lands in Florida
properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

ISLAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.
the state officials will agree with me on this appraisment.
If the Association should file a complaint with the U. S. Post
Office Department against such a letter written and passed through the
mail with a motive plainly seen, to secure proxies or stock from an in-
dividual stockholder of the Corporation and using this method, they may
put Austin in the penitentiary for us ing the mail for fraudelent purposes
I believe that Hon. W. L. Alexander of T..!shington in the U. S.
Treasury Department is not entitled to be raw-hided or ridiculed in such
a manner as he is one of the stockholders and owner and very much in-
terested in this Corporation and is not in favor of the management. Mr.
Austins letter of April 10, 1926 is no surprise to me. In this letter he
claims that the Okeelanta Corporation has sold and transferred to the
Okeelanta Plantation Company of Florida with a capital of i~100,000. and
he is asking the stockholders in the Okeelanta Corporation to exchange
one share at 10. par each for two shares in the Okeelants Plantation Co.
actually issued and outstanding on the 31 day of March 1926. This act
free zes out all delinquent stockholders prior to 1926 and gives control
to a new company. 4,V
The report of the meeting of J- 23, 1926 or the minutes of
this meeting is not correct in any way whatever. Dr. .'il and myself
have the minutes of this meeting. In the 23nd there was a ouorum present
Mr. Chapman presented a telegram on that day froDm ir. Austin notifying
that he could not be present and the meeting was adjourned until Miarch 2.
On that day, in their minutes they state they were unanimously elected
for directors for the insuing year; this meeting was not unanimously
voted and^b$jected to by stockholders present.and Dr. -,ill w.as ejected
from the meeting by Austin and Chapmans order, and he was a legal stock-
holder. .Tr3. Barrp who was to take the place of her husband through
courtesy and objected to by some -t the meeting but was elected by
Chapmans proxies. J. B. Barker, I believe is the man who purchased 1500
or more delinquent shares in 1919. After the confusion in the meeting
that you were present at, in 1919, this gentlemen as you remember was
Present and I believe is a relative to Chapman in some way and if you
remember, my objections was not to sell the delinquent stock only on
the open market and that is what started the confusion in this meeting.
You will remember this and other people will remember my interference,
this upset all of their plans to borrow money and I will make another
statement that I believe my interference or notification to Mr. Penno,
(1925,) the county clerk, notifying him that 1 would pay the taxes for the
Okeelanta Corporation providing they made an attempt to advertise to get
a state tax deed on their tax certificates. This upset their plans also
in 1925.
Their minutes also report that they have sold the company out
with section 9 and 17 in fact all for the total sum of ,;.00,000. which
contains 437 acres, more or less, which means more land and that the
sale was fully consummated and a delivery made. The terms was ,50,000
at 8% annuallyiru A-t. '.
They report in this meeting that the taxes had been paid by them-
selves out of their own pockets and that the Corporation owed the officer
over $700. salary. The Pehokee City taxes were ignored and canceled I
believe. I am holding acreage and lots in this same district, personally
myself and am asking and have refused '"500. per lot. Acre'ge I am re-
fusing '750. per acre which lies back and farther out from the Lake shore






We locate buyers on Gov. Specializing in Farms and
ernment, State andprivate Fruit Lands in Florida
properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.

three miles east of section 9. Mr. Conners is selling section 14 at $750. per
acre at the present time. This land will reach a value of $3000. per acre and
will pay good returns on that investment if utilized for trucking purposes.
The Okeelanta Corporation land is utilized and thousands of acres or more was
under cultivation in November and I believe 1/3 of all the products from the
Everglades in the last ten years has been from the lands of the Okeelanta
Corporation, the fall crop was a wonderful production.
T. J. Champion and Tu-ge Smith were the only officers in the company
that I found that were acquainted and had examined the 1760 acres in 1917.
Chapman and Austin knew nothing about this land and employed a man by the name
of Hughes, a squatter on 17, for their superintendent which is with them at
the present time at Pehokee. Personally Austin knows very little about the
land only that it is valuable.
One itemized statement from --r. Hughes that rented 30 acres from the
Okeelanta Corporation shows a net profit to him of S18,000. from September
first until December last. An itemized account signed by him. I am
disappointed in not getting a copy of my report, left with Dr. Will to be
confirmed, that I wished for you to circulate to the stockholders on the
Okeelanta Corporation. As you remember we had a stenographer at the meeting
in Judge Smiths office in 1919 and about the close of the meeting she was
ejected with others. v'e have her report which I can furnish. George W. Jonas
also has this report. Also Judge Smith had a copy of this report and I
believe his daughter-in-law has his papers with some of mine. I also left
three shares of the Dr. Wilcox stock with Judge Smith to vote.
These certificates were not recorded. I called on Chapman to record
these certificates and he informed me that the books were in Indianapolis
at the time, 1920. I have other stock that is not recorded, and some that
is recorded on the company's books. I Im expecting a letter every day with
the report from Dr. Will and when the report arrives I believe it is timy
for action to get a receiver or turn this matter over to the Federal Gov t
for the benefit of all stockholders calling for a receiver and a bonifide
ale for the benefit of the stockholders of this Corporation.
I wish you were located in Lake Worth for the benefit of yourself and
the stockholders. You thoroughly understand the situation personally and
legally.
Now is the proper time to file a complaint against the Okeelanta
Corporation with the Federal Court or the Florida State Commission restraining
from selling or disposing of any property belonging to the stockholders in
the Okeelanta Corporation to any ficticious Corporation known as the
Okeelanta Plantation Co. to be organized or has been organized in the State
of Florida which is another attempted scheme of Austins. I will mail Dr.
Will a copy of this letter today and it is up to him to take action with the
support of some attorney in Florida for the benefit of the stockholders who
are enrolled with the Okeelanta Protective Association. This matter needs
immediate attention and support.

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May 19, 1926.
,:y dear idrs. McCullough;
Your communication of the 14th instant
transmitting my certificate of stock in the
Okenanta Corporation was received this morn-
ing. Thank you. I was very glad to have
it returned for without it I had nothing to
show that I owned anything in the concern.
I am anxiously waiting for a report of
something definite accomplished by the new
committee.
Mr. Z. H. Austin has written to me
several times since you disturbed him in-
closing papers for me to sign, with the view
I presume of getting me committed in his
favor, relating the immense amount of work
that has been performed by the Committee
under adverse circumstances, to all of which
I have made no reply.
fishing you and your committee entire
and speedy success I remain
Sincerely





P. S. I have spent most of my time since
I have been in Cal. working for Increased a
annuities for retired employees and will sure-
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CONSULTING ENGINEER
828 LAKE AVENUE
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LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA

June 4, 1926.

_,.. Laura V.Io0Cullough,
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Dear :rs. :-3ullough:-
This is to acknowledge recei t, with
th.Ljks, of cluir interesting letter of :-j 27th.

It contained a great deal of interest-
ing news, especially as to Lr. Austin and his "circular",
of which I have not as yet received a co;- so, of course,
I do not Lnow any more about his plan than you have told
me. possibly I have been marked as one to be "squeezed
out" ;'l hence not taken into his confidence, however I
do not squeeze that i;y very easily.

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but our businesses do not throw us to theirr so I do not
see him ver, often, however I shall make a point of seeing
him in the near future and see what he sa,: about it.
Dr. ,il,' I am not acquainted with, I believe he lives in
St. Lauderdale, I f you know ., ore he may be found I shall
appreciate your letting me know.

If you should have an extra co,- of
Mr. Austin's circular I should ve r much like to have it,
it must be rather interesting reading.

Thanking you for the trouble you have
put yourself to in my behalf and looking forward to seeing
you this winter, I am,


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STATE OF FLORIDA
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
TALLAHASSEE


July 29
1 9 2 9
1929




Mrs Laura V McCullough :
Box 288
Lake Worth
Florida


My dear 'rs M,.cCull.Ziuh:


I thank you for yours of
July 22nd co'.e&r.rin ': r Wills to member-
ship on the Evergledes Drainage Foard.

I will be veiy glad to
consider your letter in ,;:..r.n: this Ep-
pointment.


Resoectfully yours,




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