Gainesville, Alachua County Florida : A Beautiful Inland City (547)
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Title: Gainesville, Alachua County Florida : A Beautiful Inland City (547)
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Publisher: City of Gainesville Chamber of Commerce
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
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Subjects / Keywords: History -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Temporal Coverage: Common Era ( 1200 - 3000 )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua County -- Gainesville
Florida
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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GAINESVILLE

ALACHUA COUNTY
FLORIDA
A BEAUTIFUL INLAND CITY
The Home of the Univer.itv of Florida


CITY L F-IC ci i. iN


You can live a happr z all the year
round in G,.i,,,svillc
Come, look us over---don't overlook us





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WELL PAV ED AND BEATLI FULLY SHAPED STREET







Throughout Alacihua ( 'onty.
ind within 25 mil\ of (i aine-.ville.
there are 2U) or mort, lake; andl
ill ieliiil -;tlallll tem ing w\itlh
ga'illve tIi l: nlIeIfldoW \\ n11 e rial.'lit-,
tluaiil. and other sm.ll gameI
ab.,unld; 1IamInocks of majestic
oak tilled with '.juirrel: I 'rir n\ -
,lottedl \ it11 small lake< where
iuch-k' al.ide l)y the thou.t-and;:l in
tlie winter seasonn of the rear -
tlie- e are ome of the attractions
for thle :portslman.

The i;aine-ville (Golf andl C('ouIntry
Clul i l sid to be one ot the finest
in the State. The ne\\ club lioue
:'v\erlools the entire nine-ihole
.ourll-e. which is only 21 mile-
from the city, over parved ioa:l.

There are good hotel facilitie- in
1 ;aine-ville.

Tihe tourii-t camp t ite i- one Iif
tlie most modern anil Vi-el-equillieil
in the State, owned an'l mIanagc.l
I'y onte of (;aine_.\ille'* prI.ogre..ssiv
citizens.




































PUBLIC PARK






















































A FEW BUILDINGS ON THE CAMPUS OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF PLORIDA


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Gainesville Offers Opportunities

AS AN EDUCATIONAL CENTER -
For the higher education of young
men, the University of Florida of-
fers every advantage. Its five sep-
arate and distinct Colleges, and its
military training offer free tuition
to residents and to non-residents at
a nominal fee. Florida's faculty
consists of men of the highest at-
tainments in their respective lines.
THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERI-
MENT STATION and the State Plant
Board are assisting Florida farm-
ers to grow and market better
crops through their experiments,
advice and the control of harmful
insect pests and diseases.
THE GAINESVILLE GRADED AND
HIGH SCHOOLS are modernly
equipped, with carefully chosen and
experienced teachers.
RELIGIOUS ATMOSPHERE -
Gainesville has nine white church-
es whose ministers are of the high-
est attainments. Visitors always
find a warm welcome in the various
congregations.
































GAINESVILLE GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL BUILDINGS

































ALACHUA COUNTY COURT HOUSE, GAINESVILLE







As an agricultural section, Ala-
chua County has a remarkable
standing, ranking among the very
best in the State. The recent an-
nouncement of the Florida method
of boll weevil control, which has
received the official endorsement of
the Department of Agriculture, and
which has become known in every
section of the country, is but one
of the many examples of the de-
velopments in agriculture that have
received their impetus from this
county, through the agency of the
University of Florida and the Gov-
ernment Experiment Station lo-
cated on its campus.
According to figures compiled by
the State Marketing Bureau, Ala-
chua County leads all other coun-
ties in Florida in the production of
sea island cotton, oats, peanuts, and
in horses, colts, and pure-bred cat-
tle. It is second in the production
of corn, cowpeas, velvet beans,
goats, hogs, and bacon; third in the
production of cucumbers, and dairy
products; fourth in sweet potatoes;
and fifth in the production of sugar
cane.

































U. S POST OFFICE AND LANTI OFFICE






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GAINESVILLE

THE HUB OF FLORIDA

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