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cities in the State. Florida is in its infant etting a start, but is already the real winter
the general Florida appeal, however, as our elearion is the highest of any coast city in the State,
a high bluff overlooking Cle ter Bay, the f of Mexico and Tampa Bay.
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Clearwater has a water frontage on the Gulf of Mexico and Clearwater Bay of four miles, a two-mile water frontage on Tampa Bay and two miles
of beach frontage on the Gulf. The Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard, of which the Million-Dollar Free Causeway is a part, stretches-from the Western City Limits
at Clearwater Beach to the Eastern City Limits on Tampa Bay, a total distance of approximately seven miles.
"On the Gulf"
~HE county seat of Peerless Pinellas, a county that is in itself a diminutive Florida, in that
(^ r) it is a peninsula reaching out into the semitropical waters of this wonderland, is a truly
progressive year-round resident and businesss city and one of the most popular tourist
cities in the State. Florida is in its infancy--i�s iuit -oetting a start, but is already the real winter
playground of America. Florida's all good! Our personal appeal is somewhat magnified over
the general Florida appeal, however, as our elevation is the highest of any coast city in the State,
a high bluff overlooking Clear\\:;ter Bay, the (_;uil'f of Mexico and Tampa Bay.
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M AGNIFICENT Clubhouse of the Clearwater Country Club overlooking one of the most
naturally beautiful eighteen-hole golf courses in the country. The building is modern in
every detail, is artistically furnished and has commodious showers and locker rooms for both
ladies and gentlemen. The Clearwater Country Club is available to all visiting golfers and
is the scene of many dinner dances and other social functions during both the winter and
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HE Clearwater Country Club eighteen-hole course is one of the sportiest in the country
and moderate fees are charged the tourists who are finding this course more popular each
season. The grass greens are commodious and scientifically designed, and the fairways just
narrow enough to be interesting, stretching over rolling territory with natural hazards.
No. 3 Tee, Clearwater Country Club. Well Shaded Tees Facing Expanses of Perfect Fairways
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T IE scenic beauty is a pronounced feature of the Clearwater Country Club course.
Fairways bordered by dense woodland and citrus groves are extremely distinct
in their appeal to all golfers. It is a pleasure to putt on such greens as these. The
annual Florida State Amateur Championship will be played over this remarkable
course in April, 1926.
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T HE West Coast Open Championship attracting the leading golfers of the coun-
try is played over this Clearwater Country Club course in March every two
years. Johnny Farrell was the 1924 winner, Walter Hagen finishing second, and Cyril
Walker third. Farrell cinched his victory by playing this par three hole in one.
A Shady Nook by the Brook. No. 8 Green, Clearwater Country Club
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T HIS unusual golf course is distinctly unlike the average flat Southern course, the rolling
fairways and commodious grass greens reminding one of the better courses throughout the
North. Length of the 18 holes 6,172 yards and par 71. A winding brook provides a number
of water hazards and one gets many a thrill in approaching the greens bordered by this obstacle.
Well-Trapped Green No. 3, But Sufficiently Large for a Run After a Pitch Shot From the Fairway, Clearwater Country Club
Elevated No. 6, Clearwater Country Club. A Difficult Iron Shot for the 155-Yard Carry
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T HIS modern course of the Clearwater Country Club is but a mile from the heart of the
city and the two well-known courses of the Belleview Hotel at Belleair Heights are just
outside the city limits of Clearwater. Five other courses are within an hour's drive over the
finest system of asphalt block highways in the Country.
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Huge Gallery Watching Walter Hagen, Alex Smith, Cyril Walker and
Farrell Putting in the Florida West Coast Open in March, 1924, at
Clearwater Country Club
Johnny Farrell, the- 1924 winner,
Driving Off of No. 10 Tee at
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CLEARWATER Athletic Field, erected by the city at a cost of $25,000, is the finest in the South.
This field is the permanent training quarters o'f the Brooklyn National League Baseball
Club. The stands and bleachers are thoroughly modern structures and the clubhouse is
equipped with shower baths, locker rooms, offices, trainers' quarters, etc. The playing field is
of big league caliber and larger than most of those in both the American and National Leagues.
Brooklyn plays many big league teams here during the winter months.
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Oval-Brooklyn Dodgers in Training. Lower-Judge Landis Pitching First Ball in Season's Opener.
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T HE beautiful park on Clearwater's high coast elevation overlooks the Bay and Gulf, and has
been truthfully referred to as the "Tourist's Paradise." Almost every form of outdoor recrea-
tion is available: roque courts, bowling greens, tennis courts, a large pavilion for checkers, chess
and dominoes, the world's largest checkerboard for championship matches, horseshoe lanes and
an abundance of shaded seats for relaxation and rest. This is the home of the various tourist clubs,
where they gather together for the development of a better spirit of fellowship, compete in various
interesting games and debates and enjoy together the balmy gulf breezes and the glorious sunshine.
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Tennis Is Very Popular
The Largest Checkerboard in the World
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Checkers in Midwinter and Coatless in February
Pitching 'Neath the Palms and Oaks
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AWN BOWLING is one of the most popular games in this beautiful park. This ancient and honor-
able game is enjoyed every day and night by enthusiasts of the game from almost every Prov-
ince in Canada and many States of the Union. Many handsome trophies are won each season by
members of the Clearwater Lawn Bowling Club, and a regulatedschedule results in matches be-
tween this club and clubs from the neighboring cities of St. Petersburg and Tampa. A small resi-
dential park in the north side of the city also contains a tennis court and a new park on the Tampa
Bay side of the city is now being hewn out of the tropical shrubbery on the water's edge.
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T HE Community House and the park was formerly a bay-front estate and has been purchased
by the citizens of Clearwater for the pleasure of their visitors. You are cordially invited to enjoy
the pleasures here provided for you amid our sunshine and flowers. The Famous Black and White
Band of Clearwater plays concerts twice daily, afternoon and evening, from Christmas Day toApril,
in the handsome band shell ideally located in this park beautiful. This concert band is made up of
the highest class professional musicians obtainable and their musical programs are of a thoroughly
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Community House Overlooking Bay and Gulf
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CLEARWATER BAY is a land-locked harbor at the foot of the highest elevation of any Florida
coast city. The City Tourist Park and many imposing homes overlook this beautiful
body of water, beyond which, separated by the keys, lies the Gulf of Mexico stretching to the
distant horizon. The gorgeous sunsets from this unusual spot are a source of never-ending
wonder and delight. Deep water is also found on the Tampa Bay side of the city where a com-
mercial pier is being constructed at the eastern terminal of the Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard.
(1) Clearwater Bay from a Front Porch. (2) Daily Showers Make Our Summers Most Delightful. (3) A Close Finish In Clearwater Harbor. (4) The Pro-
posed Boulevard Is To Pass Along Here. (5) A Private Yacht Anchored at the Foot of the Bluff. (6) A Private Dock at the Foot of a Residence Street.
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LEARWATER BAY and the adjacent gulf are the scenes of many popular water sports,
particularly yacht and motorboat races. Many interesting meets are held under the
auspices of the Clearwater Yacht Club, and aspirant seekers of elaborate trophies should
enter these interesting events, particularly the annual midwinter regatta.
The Yacht Club is a most active organization, with a large resident and non-resident
membership, and trophy races are a semi-monthly event the year round.
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Yacht at Private Dock Off in a Minute
EVERY form of outdoor recreation and amusement is to be found within our very gates.
Clearwater Beach, where salt-water surf-bathing may be enjoyed every month in the year,
is located within the city limits on the Gulf side of the keys separating Clearwater Bay and the
Gulf of Mexico. A dip in the Gulf is a real tonic, pleasant and healthful.
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THIS magnificent beach is now reached in less than five minutes' drive over a modern traffic
bridge across the bay, but will shortly be much more accessible over the gigantic Million-
Dollar Free Causeway, one hundred feet in width, now under construction. The building of
the Causeway has developed large residential colonies on the Beach.
Every Car Carried From Two to Seven Bathers
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FLORIDA fishing has long since been conceded by experts as being the finest in the world, and
nowhere in Florida will be found a greater variety and abundance than in the semitropical
waters adjacent to Clearwater. Here you will find not only the wonderfully game silver tarpon,
ranging in weight from fifty to two hundred pounds, and the equally game kingfish, but the
grouper, sea trout, snapper, channel bass, deep-sea bass weighing from fifty to six hundred
pounds, devil-fish and jewfish. The delicately flavored pompano and Spanish or Florida
mackerel are also caught in large quantities.
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IN addition to these varied members of the finny tribe, the waters around Clearwater abound
in the exceptionally delicious stone crab, oysters, scallops and the succulent coquina, from
which the most delightful broths and soups are made.
Our fresh-water streams and lakes of awe-inspiring beauty abound in many varieties of
fresh-water fish, principally among which is the big-mouth bass.
Guides with motorboats and tackle are procurable at reasonable rates to take you to the enu-
merable and varying fishing grounds indicated on the map shown on the last page of this booklet.
Unrivaled Scenic Beauty Predominates in the Fresh-Water Streams Near Clearwater
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From the Simple, Homelike
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(1) Hotel Fort Harrison-Scheduled for Formal Opening January 1, 1926.
(2) Belleview Hotel on Clearwater Bay.
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(1) Halcyon Hall on Clearwater Bay. (2) Gray Moss Inn. (3) Sea Ora Lodge. (4) Clearwater Beach Hotel.
(5) Princess Ulelah Inn. (6) Sunset Point Tavern.
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Tr HE public buildings, churches and institutions of Clearwater would do justice to a city of a
hundred thousand population. The Municipal and Chamber of Commerce building, the
Pinellas County Courthouse, the Carnegie Library and the City Hospital are works of art. Clear-
water's three bank buildings are a credit to any city and in June, 1925, these banks had deposits
aggregating over nine millions of dollars. Mortgage and investment companies and the Clearwater
Building and Loan Association augment these figures very materially. The Capital Theatre, with
its wonderful pipe organ, concert orchestra and large seating capacity, shows first picture releases
and vaudeville, while the Fort Harrison Theatre is devoted to pictures exclusively.
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(1) People's Bank. (2) Carnegie Library. (3) Seaboard Air Line Depot. (4) Capital Theatre. (5) City Hospital. (6) Grammar School. (7) Episcopal
Church. (8) Methodist Church. (9) City Municipal Building and Chamber of Commerce. (10) Presbyterian Church.
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T HE Clearwater Public Schools maintain high-grade facilities and are modern in every respect.
The two new High Schools are the finest in the land, covering every phase of the most up-to-
date method of educating mind and body. The Florida Tourist Schools, with branches in several
cities, have a large enrollment in Clearwater where visiting children from the North may take up
their study courses just where they left off in leaving their home schools. Many of the churches are
gigantic structures of beautiful architecture and the denominations 'represented are Baptist,
Catholic, Christian, Christian Science, Episcopal, Methodist and Presbyterian.
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Ward School. (7) Clearwater Junior High School. (8) Atlantic Coast Line Depot. (9) Clearwater Senior High School. (10) Grammar School Building.
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Clearwater is a Progressive Year-round Business City
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C LEARWATER and Pinellas County have led for years in the production of grapefruit,
and the finest groves in the land are located just outside the city limits. Seven mod-
ern fruit packing houses, where the fruit is prepared and packed for shipment, do a thriv-
ing business in Clearwater, and there are twenty within motor-truck hauling distance.
Over a million boxes of grapefruit and oranges are shipped out of Pinellas County each
year, which bring into the county approximately four millions of dollars. The Hills
Brothers Company Canning Plant at Clearwater shipped the past year one million cans of
the famous Dromedary Brand of grapefruit. This extremely modern and sanitary plant
is open to visitors at all times.
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Statistical Percentage Exhibit-Showing Clearwater's
(Compiled by the Clearwater Chamber of Commerce)
1923 over 1922
Population . . . . . . . . ... .28%
Building Permits . . . . . . . . . . 5%
Bank Deposits . . . . . . . . . . 77%
Freight Tonnage Received . . . . . . . 55%
Valuation Public School Property . . . . 8
Postal Receipts . . . . . . . . . . 8%
Miles Area City Limits . . . . . . . . ....
Assessed Valuation . . . . . . . . . 5%
Paved Streets . . . . . . . . . . . 9%
Gas Plant Meters . . . . . . . . . . ...
Electric Light Meters . . . . . . . . I1%
Water Meters . . . . . . . . . . . 9%
Telephone Installations . . . . . . . . 9%
1924 over 1923
Estimated Increase 1925
over 1924, using figures
for first six months of
1925 as basis
T HESE accurate percentage statistics show actual in-
creases to a diitinctly- better advantage than bare fig-
ures aloiie, but to appreciate Clearwater's stability, one
must take into consideration the fact that in June of
the -ear I925 the deposits in Clearwater's three banks
a-gregated to exceed Nine Millions of Dollars,
Postal Receipts o\'er seventy thousand, public
school properties nearly Three
and One Half Millions,
Freight Tonnage received
for twelve months Five
lion Pounds, Area of
City Sixteen square
miles, Fifty miles of
paved streets and the
assessed valuation of
city property Fifteen
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CLEARWATER is the county seat of Pinellas County, in
which are located three other progressive cities of
national reputation, St. Petersburg of tourist fame,
Belleair of golf fame, and Tarpon Springs, the largest
sponge market in the world and the only sponge exchange
in the United States; Dunedin, Oldsmar, Pass-a-Grille,
Largo, Safety Harbor, Ozona and Sutherland are other
progressive cities that are growing rapidly. A network of
paved highways, costing ten million dollars, connects all
of these points.
St. Petersburg is 18 miles south of Clearwater, Tampa
30 miles east and Jacksonville 212 miles north, all connect-
ed with Clearwater by improved brick highways.
Two main trunk lines, the Atlantic Coast Line and the
Seaboard Air Line, provide through train and Pullman
accommodations from all points in the North, East and
West without change or other inconveniences. From the
discomfort of winter to the pleasures of summer with the
speed of the Nation's best trains. "The Pinellas Special",
"The Florida Special", "The Dixie Flyer", "The South-
land", "The Seminole" and "The Floridan" on the At-
lantic Coast Line and the "Suwanee River Special", "The
Floridan", "The Orange Blossom Special", "The Florida
Limited", "The Fast Mail" and "The Carolina-Florida
Special" on the Seaboard, are popular, well-known, solid
Pullman trains, operating directly from New York, Phila-
delphia, Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Colum-
bus, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago and all intermediate
points without change. From the icy North to the Land
of Sunshine without leaving your car. The new Cross-
State Railroad runs directly from Clearwater to Palm Beach.
The Clearwater municipal gas plant provides fuel for
The Clearwater Motor Club, an American Automobile
Association organization, has a membership of 225, where
complete touring information is available. You can be
routed over splendid highways to and from the North direct
from and to Clearwater. Other thriving clubs and fraternal
organizations are the Rotary Club, Yacht Club, Lawn
Bowling Club, Roque Club, Table Games Club, Masonic
Order, Shrine Club, Chapter, Knights of Pythias, Im-
proved Order of Odd Fellows, Young Women's Chris-
tion Association, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Woman's Club,
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Eastern Star, Re-
beccas, American Legion, Gun Club, Country Club and
Realtor's Association. All welcome visiting members.
A modern system of large passenger busses makes its
headquarters at Clearwater, operating to and from Tampa,
St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Dunedin, Belleair, Lake-
land, Orlando and on across the State to all points on the
Florida East Coast.
We have attempted, by means of this booklet, to convey
to you the charms and opportunities of Clearwater "On the
Gulf," but it is impossible to photograph our sunshine, pure
salt and pine-laden air, or to even meagerly describe our
balmy breezes and the invigorating and health-giving
atmosphere. Won't you come and see for yourself that it's
"Springtime all the time in Clearwater?"
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to note that the average
distance of Florida is
more than 400 miles
south of the southern
boundary of California,
and that Naples, Italy,
in latitude 41, is 640
miles north of the north-
ern boundary of Florida.
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