Miami By the Sea : The Land of Palms and Sunshine (1110)
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Title: Miami By the Sea : The Land of Palms and Sunshine (1110)
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Publisher: Miami, Florida Chamber of Commerce
Place of Publication: Miami, FL
Manufacturer: The Record Company
Publication Date: 1925
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the east coast of Florida, ending in
an alluring climax in Miami.
During the last years, motoring to
Miami has been greatly facilitated by
expensive improvements on the na-
tional highways uniting with the
famous Dixie Highway at Jackson-
ville. Miami is the southern terminus
of the Dixie Highway. This is now
without a detour and practically re-
surfaced, and is so replete with scenic
surprises as to be known as the most
beautiful automobile trip in the world.
Along this dustless highway, a
marvelous panorama of blue lakes set
in the softness of southern forests
draped in gray Florida moss, great
arms of the sea reaching inland from
the ocean beyond, rivers winding
through tropical undergrowth and the
sparkling expanse of the ocean itself
unfolds before the motorist along the
route leading to Miami.
Ancient St. Augustine on the Ma-
tanzas River, the winding road that
leads along the Halifax and the Indian
Rivers through the famous orange
grovesection; Palm Beach on the shores
of Lake Worth and the long drive
along the ocean shore, all prepare the
tourist for the palmland of Miami.


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A Modern City Awaits You
Miami has won for itself the name
of the 1\ -_. City," because of the
rapid and substantial progress which
it has made in the comparatively few
years of its existence. As the visitor
rides over the many well-paved streets
of the city, views its attractive homes
and great estates, the many ornate
apartment houses that dot the city.
the palatial hotels with every possible
modern comfort, the numerous com-
mercial buildings and the towering
office skyscrapers, it is difficult to
believe that only a quarter of a cen-
tury ago Miami was claimed from the
tropical wilderness.
Miami in the decade of 1910 to
1920, according to the United States
census, led the nation in percentage
growth in population with a record
breaking increase of 440 per cent.
Dade County, of which Miami is the
seat of government, led all the coon
ties with 258 per cent increase. To-
day, Miami is building and growing
faster than ever.
Every year more than 300,000 visi-
tors stop in Miami and many are so
charmed with its attractiveness for a
home and opportunities for business
that they make it their permanent
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city. In 1913, the permits granted in
Miami amounted to - I.. 1', and in
1923, they reached a total of $7,201,-
266, again leading all Florida cities,
showing a ten-year gain of 1220 per
cent. The :-.i11.iih-. of homes, hotels,
apartments and tall business struc-
tures has been carried on at an amaz-
ing rate. Even more astounding has
been the phenomenal increase in
building activity during 1925.
In 1924, building permits in Miami
amounted to little more than $17,000,-
000. On September 30, 1925, the nine
months' total of apartments alone in
Miami was $38,330,832.50. In Great-
er Miami the .-;l.ti.,-. total was more
than $100,000,000 for the nine months.
That this growth of Miami is solid
and substantial is shown by the bank-
ing statistics, Miami rating first in
Florida in financial standing and hav-
ing one of the highest per capital de-
posits in the country, more than twice
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24 to il... I 11.1 .-i.' for the twelve
months ending June 30, 1925, a gain
of virtually 350 per cent.
The bank clearings for the first nine
months of 1925 increased from $14,-
468,896.18 to $124,484,044.13; a gain
of 860 per cent. Several new banks
came into existence during the year.
A number of the financial institutions
of the city have found it necessary'
to enlarge their quarters.

A Climate Unexcelled
Nature's greatest gift to Miami iv
a climate where equability most near
reaches perfection. Here excessive
heat is as absolutely unknown as is
frost, and the daily range of tempera-
ture is so slight that one can attire
oneself in the morning with the as.
surance that the same weight of cloth-
ing will be comfortable at midday
and without additional wrap at night.
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Homes in the Land of I .


The following table of comparison of I, . . clr... hl li.
compiled from official data:

Resort. Winter. Spring. , i .r. . .I. rIl i/
Pau, France . . . . 42 54 .: .
Pisa, Italy . . . . 44 57 .. .'
Nice, France . . . . 48 55 1 .
Mentone, France . 48 57 . .2 'I
Rome, Italy . . . . 49 58 - ,2 .
Cairo, Egypt . . . . 54 70 , 2
Malaga, Spain . . . 55 58 - .
Algiers, Morocco . . . 55 66 ' -2 .. .
Los Angeles, Cal... .56 59 ', ,,. ,
Naples, Italy . . . . 58 58 . i.1
MIAMI, FLA. . . . 68 74 .1 - -

America's Livelie- HR.--,rt

It is the proud boast of M iamians tha: I..... ,. ,I. I,., r ...., ,,
America, where amusements to suit every i -r. - n1 , ,,I ,,.-11 l ,,
frivolous to the most profound are provi,.I 1i' , I .,Il._ I n.1r !-
Causeway, taming the tropical jungles, dr -1m. - h i. ,. I. ,- ., .1....1 1.. '
ing more than 1,000 miles of excellent mo., I_.. - -, ,iii., ,,h - I, . . l
easily accessible for its many visitors the w..I, r. -. h . -... .,lihl.I 1- .1 , r.
the exceptional bathing beaches, and the , .r.. -.:r1. I-,., -...1 - I
their enjoyment.
To the natural advantages of the city fo., . ,,-. . T . . I.. , .i .1
a multitude of facilities for outdoor recrei...r ...1 - i...r t. ,I , i 1. .
a special program of unique entertainment - l . I ii!, .ir 1.. .1 1i-.1 b
winter guests. Yet those, who seek a rest Ill r, r i. I . i , rI i ,,i, , . i.
are able to achieve their desire under them.,-i .1. I-11 -11 ,ull,,l'h-I ."
An annual feature of the winter's entert,, .. .. I . - .,I.. , , I.-.'I
of visitor, are the free concerts presented i.... ., - .,. I, \ ru I' . U
famous band. From December to April, - ....- i - ili. r n .ll'.
breezes of Royal Palm Park, under the can..p, ..I .I. i ,,. . I..I , , ..--
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aa ili ultica ul thrce tLiuica it a.t aind
size, while retaining the friendly,
home-like atmosphere of a young city.
Luxurious comfort is found in the 150
hotels, the many apartment houses,
and the thousands of bungalows, all
attractively furnished and but await-
ing the arrival of one's trunk.
Styles are created in Miami during
the winter season that will later grace
the shops of the North in the spring.
The stores of this city are a revela-
tion with the variety of advanced con-
ception from the style markets of the
world. In January the sport togs, the
spring millinery, the white shoes and
the well-cut flannels that will later
delight the eye of the well-dressed in
the North, make their debut at Miami
social affairs.

All the World Meets in
Miami
To this friendly city come visitors
from every part of the world. The
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dent from Boston, the high govern-
ment official from Washington and
the world champion golfer, every
interesting type that goes to make up
humanity are concentrated in Miami
during the busy winter season.

Wide Selection of Hotels
One of the many reasons for Miami's
unprecedented popularity as a winter
resort is its great variety of hotels to
satisfy every taste and every demand.
One may choose at will either a hotel
%.. 11 within the town center or one
set among spacious grounds close to
the hum of the surf or bordering up-
on golf links or polo fields. One may
select according to one's financial re-
sources either a moderate hotel at a
modest tariff or a palatial hostelry
with expensive subtropical gardens
where tea dansants are held among
the palms and colorful blossoms and
with special anchorage for yachts.
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the Miami River and on the edge of
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layout have caused this club to gain
a reputation as one of the sportiest in
the country. The course is an 18-hole
one. with a par of 72 and 6,250 yards.
A magnificent clubhouse, with wide
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course and grounds where Nature and
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captivate the eye, contribute to the
popularity of this course.
Ii Miami-Hialeah Course, owned
by the city of Miami, is situated at
Hialeah, on the edge of the Everglades.
The rich muck soil of this environ-
ment has produced a fine grass course
and the city is planting thousands of
palms and other tropical shrubbery to
produce an effect different from any
other course in the world. Artificial
hazards and numerous traps designed
by one of the foremost golf course ex-
perts have made this course one much
sought. The length of this 18-hole
course is 6,275 yards, with a par of
I7. A comfortable clubhouse provides
convenience for the players, and
Sminole Indians, in their native cos-
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this coming season.
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The nine-hole Coral Gables course
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course is 3,030 yards long, par 35.
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golf courses, the Flamingo, 9 holes,
3,080 yards; the Miami Beach Golf
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with 18 holes, at a length of 6,420
yards. All these courses have splen-
did clubhouses in connection.
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Big Fish and Lots of Them

In the warm waters of the Gulf Stream that bathes Miami's shores are
more than 600 varieties of fish, many species world-renowned for gaminess
and size. The lordly sailfish may be found only in these Gulf Stream
waters, and this proud monarch of the deep is most highly prized among
sportsmen all over the world. Among the keys just south of Miami are
the finest tarpon waters on the globe, that stalwart fighter that leaps silver
in the moonlight in a never-to-be-forgotten battle.
The savage barracuda, the agile kingfish, the bonita, marlin, dolphin.
tuna and many other gamesters of the tropical seas annually lure many
anglers to try their skill against these fighters. The Miami Anglers Club.
to which followers of Izaak Walton from every State in the Union belong.
offers handsome trophies every season for the prize catches among the
big i, I..-, "
Inside the reefs and in li.-', r.- Bay are hosts of other fish that provide
good sport, and anglers even enjoy catching fine strings of snapper, group-
er, mackerel, trout and jacks from the causeway. In the fresh waters of
the Everglades canals, bass provide good fishing.
Thousands of anglers annually embark on the reliable charter boats,
with -.,ill .. captains out on the blue Gulf Stream and try their fortune
ind skill with the inexhaustible variety and quantity of tropical fish


Miami an Important Air Port

In the safe haven of Biscayne Bay, or on the level lands surrounding the
city are afforded excellent landing places for both land and seaplanes.
fleets of which make Miami their rendezvous during the winter months.
A regular passenger service is conducted in de luxe planes, carrying two
to fourteen passengers, with reliable pilots, between Bimini (forty-five
minutes), Nassau (two hours), Havana (three and one-half hours). and
uip and down the coast to the cities of Florida and the north


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Polo and Bridle Paths

The colorful game of polo is one of
the outstanding sports of Miami,
enjoyed by all lovers of horses and
sport. At Miami Beach are four fine
fields of thick turf with accommoda-
tions for large strings of thorough-
breds Polo enthusiasts from all over
the country meet each winter in Mi-
ami in contests that call for the best
of their skill, while a large audience
experience all the thrills of the game
by proxy from the clubhouses or
grandstands or comfortably parked in
their cars about the fields.
About Miami Beach, Hialeah and
Coral Gables, attractive suburbs of
Miami, are bridle paths that call to
the horse-lover, while blooded and
well-trained horses may be procured at
reasonable rates from reliable riding
academies.


Beautiful airline'
Gardens

I ih..I. the clear waters of the
reefs a few miles south of Miami are
mirrored rare beauties of subsea life.
amazing forests of giant coral jungles
of sea-fans and plumes, the deep


purples and vivid reds of their hues
standing out in sharp contrast to the
, pure white sand with its patches of
green and blue sea-grass. Through
the branches of these coral trees
gracefully swim fish that defy descrip-
tion in color and shape, odd and
colorful denizens of the watery depths
that are as diverting as flowers.
A trip to these marvelous sea-
gardens is made from the dock on
Biscayne Bay in glass-bottomed boats
that leave in the afternoon and re-
turn in the evening from a voyage as
wonderful as a visit to King Neptune
himself.

Miami, City of
jOpportunity
For the men and women who seek
to make a home in this land of equable
climate and healthful sunshine, pros-
perity and opportunity go hand in
hand. It is a play land unmatched for
those who seek recreation, and it is
a home land unequalled for those who
remain to take up their life work
here. While the winters are mild, the
summers are moderate, and within
recent years Miami has really come
to enjoy two seasons, the winter sea-
son and the summer season. when


Above: Miami Jockey Club House at Hialeah
Center: Drivinl for the Finish
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attracted several assembly plants which utilize splendidly the water trans
portation along with large savings in fuel hills and labor overhead becau"f
of the warm climate. A large number of wholesale and jobbing firm-
which cover the East Coast of Florida. Cuba and the Bahamas. make then,
headquarters in Miami.

Commercial Motion Pictures
The splendid lighting and the scarcity of cloudy days combined with
an abundance of tropical scenery are natural advantages that have drawn
the interest of the motion picture industry to Miami, and Miami-made
pictures are now being shown all over the world.
One of the most complete moving picture studios in the country is
located at Hialeah, a suburb of Miami, together with a high-class labora-
tory representing a half a million dollars investment. Some of the nation '
foremost producers have taken advantage of the scenic effects of Miami
and the nearby keys and the possibilities of the studio, including such
outstanding figures as D. W. Griffith, Rex Ingram. Famous Players. Til.
ford. Pathe. George B. Seitz and many others.

A Fertile Agricultural Empire
Miami is in the very center of one of the world's richest agricultural
areas, and is the natural outlet for the Everglades.
From the 40,000 or more acres under cultivation in Dade County last
year, the growers received a gross return of more than 1 .-1 " 1-11 1' for
fruits and vegetables; an additional $3,000.000 from the 75 dairies in the
county, and a very profitable return from the thousands of chickens raised.
When the ground of the North is covered with snow, and the tables of
the nation are clamoring for fresh garden produce, Miami gardens are
yielding every vegetable common to northern areas. They ripen quickly in
the mild winter climate and warm sunshine for which Miami is noted.
Tomatoes form one of the leading crops, and come into the market early
in December.
Crops are maturing at all seasons of the year. Fruits and vegetables
alike are perfect specimens of their kind. rich. healthful and nutrition


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strength and energy sapped through
sickness or long hours spent at the
desk or mill.
In addition to the familiar varieties
of fruit and vegetable, the avocado,
or " l!,y ir..r pear," grows in the Mi-
ami section as nowhere else. It will
not grow 100 miles north of Miami,
or anywhere else in the United States.
It. therefore, is a true product of
Miami.
The rich muck soil of the Ever-
glades is rapidly being reclaimed and
thrown open to the settler. Those
particularly interested in the wide
agricultural possibilities of the area
are invited to write the Miami Cham-
her of Commerce for a special illus-
trated farm booklet.

$5,000,000 Sugar Mill and
Plantation
The Pennsylvania Sugar Company
has a plantation of more than 150,000
acre- along the Miami canal, sixteen


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sugar all over the world approximated
five million dollars.


To attempt to list the many attrac-
tions of Miami in a booklet of this
size would be an impossible task, we
can only invite the reader to come to
Miami and spend the rest of his life
finding ever-new and delightful sur-
prises in this tropical wonderland.
A home for the homeseeker, pros-
perity for the worker, relaxation for
the tired, entertainment for the bored
and youth for the aged await the visi-
tor any month in the year, with all the
gaieties of a real live winter resort
between November and May.
A cordial invitation is extended the
resident of everywhere to come to Mi-
ami and Southeastern Florida at the
first opportunity and experience for
yourself the magnetic attraction of
the finest climate and the world's
greatest winter playground.
MIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE






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First Trust & Saving. Bank
Southern, Bank & Trust Co. frst Natina BO1k


Bank of Bay Biscayne
Commercial Bank & Trust Co.
Miami Bank & Trust Co,








Name Cap'y Plan Rate
Abnerholm Hotel. . 22 A $5.00 up
Alexandria Hotel... 40 E $4.00 up
Alaambra Hotel...200 E $10.00-12.00
Cr*Alpery Hotel ... . 50 E $3.00 up
Alta Vista Hotel . 225 E 34.00 up
*Alton Hotel .. .. 52 E Application
*American Hotel.... 26 A 315.00wk.up
t:Antilla Hotel . .. 250 E
0 Arclle Hotel .... 26 E $12.00S, 20.D
S*Astley Hotel .. . 50 E $2.00 up
Bay Shore tiotl, .. 60 E
o *Beverly Terrac ... 100 A&E Application
Bislcyne Hotel . . 150 E $4.00 up
1 0 Bralford Hotel . .. 60 E $3.00-6.00
' **tC3as Laona Hotel. 200 E $40.00-50. D
4 O0 *Celan'a Hotel.. 63 E $30.00 week
S *Central Hotel.. . 54 E Application
ed *tCla Reina Hotel . . 100 E $3.00 up
S *Commerci ll Hotel.. 28 E $4.00 up
*Co n nolore Hotel 32 E 32.00 up
tI *Coral Gables Ina.. 100 E $10.00 up:
Cortez Hotel . . .226 E $5.00 up
SDalphin Hotel ... 105 E $7.00 up
Davis Hotel . . 75 E $10.00 up
El Com'odoro Hotel 450 E $10.00 up
Fairfax Hotel . .. 150 E
l' *tFlorilian Hotel. ..450 E $12.00-30. D
tFlmlingo Hotel. ..400 A
o tFleetwood . .... 700 E&A $35.00-$50. D
Frances Hotel .... 100 E Upon request
S*Franklin Hotel .....100 E
- *Fort Dallas Hotel.. 88 E $3.00 up
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*Aravi
*Adml,
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*Alber
Algon
*Alpine
*Alsara
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* A Isoni
* 4pling
*Ashby
Asbur
*" Atlan]
*Auror
Avon(
*Avalo
*Banys
Bass.
Baysh
*Baysii
BAyvi
*tBeach
*Bever
*Bever
*Beldn
Belfor
Bemie
Bet-M
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*Blue I
Ban A
Ban I
*B33sto
*B3ule
*tBreak
Bricke
Bulme
*Bun..
*Banan
*Cildw
Caton
*tCastle
Cluse
Cham
Chap
*Chest
*Cheist
*Che3st
Cl tra,
*Cltrid
*Clevel
Cllffor
*Cl)ist
Clyde
Calumr
Column
Conne
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*tCoron
Coron
Crosel
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tDide.
Dallas
Diyto
DeLes
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Don..
Drape
Dorn
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Edges
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HOTELS


Name Cap'y
*Florida Hotel .... 75
Greystone Hotel. . 50
Gralyn Hotel ......250
*Hampton H'I & Apt 80
Hermitage Hotel.. .100
*Hotel Miami . .... 125
*Hotel Santa Fe . 30
*Hurff. Aaron H . ... 67
Hotel Halcyon.. ..275
*Hotel Fritz ........ 350
*tHotel Wofford . . 300
*Julia Tuttle Apt &
Hotel.. ... .100
Kendon Hotel . 100
*tKing Cole Hotel . 200
Leamington Hotel. .200
tLincoln Hotel ... . 200
*Madria Hotel.... .. 75
*Manhattan Hotel. . 24
*Martinique Hotel. . 200
McAllister Hotel... 750
*McBride HoteL .... 100
McCrory Hotel. .. 75
*tMiami-Biltmore H'l750
Miles Standisn H'tl 250
*Murida Hotel ..... 50
Miramar Hotel ... 300
tNautilus Hotel .... 400
*tNew York Hotel... 80
*Northern Hotel . ..100
Oxford Hotel .... 75
tPancoast Hotel. . ..250


Plan Rate
E $3.00 up
E $4.00 up
E $5.00 up
E $5.00 up
E
E $4.00 up
E $5.00 up
E $3.50 up
E Application
E
A&E $8.00-515.00
E $20.00 up
E $3.00 up
E
A $3.50 up
E $3.50 up
E $20.00 wk. up
E $3.00 up
E $10S, 12-20D
E $5.00-10.00
E $5.00 up
E $3.00 up
A $40.00 up D
A $10.00 up
A $15.00 up
E $5.00-15.00D
E
E $2.00 up
E $15.00 up


Name Cap'y Plan Rate
Park Hotel........ 125 E $2.50 up
Paramount Hotel. 100 E $2.00 up
Pershing Hotel..... 200 E Application
Plaza Hotel ....... 400 E $5-108.7-12D
Poinsetta Hotel .... 125 A $25.00 wk. up
*Ponce de Leon H'tl 300 1
Ritz Hotel ... .. 202 E 5.C00 up
Roberts Hotel .... 400 E
tRoney-Plaza Hotel, 100 E
Royalton Hotel. ... 70 E $5 8, 8 D up
*Riverside Hotel . . 200 E $3.00-7.00
*Royal Palm Hotel . 750
Rutherford Hotel. . 100 E
San Carlos Hatel. .. 100 E $3.00 up
Savoy Hotel .... 120 E $5.00 up
Seminole Hotel. . .. 150 E $2.50 up
Strand Hotel. . . .. 150 E $7.00 up
Ta-Miami Hotel. ..200 E $4.00 up
*tMayflower Hotel. .. 150 E $12.00 up
*Venetian Hotel. . . 250
*The Watson Hotel. 400
*The Columbus H'tI 300 E $10.00-50.01
*TheRobertClayH'tl 300
*The Everglades H'tl 500
Urmey Hotel ...... 175 A $12.00 up
U. S. Hotel....... 80 E $5.00 up
*Vereen Hotel . ..100 E
Villa D'Este Apts. .350 E $3.00-8.00
Willard Bachelor.. 125 E
*Wm. Penn Hotel.. 250
fMiaml Beach ICoral Gables
*New Hotels


APARTMENTS-FURNISHED-Issued by Miami Chamber of Commerce-Winter of 1925
Season November to April, Inclusive, Unless Otherwise Specified
lame Apts. Rooms Rates Name Apts. Rooms Rates Name Apts Rooms Rate
athy ....... 4 3 $700 *tEleanor........... 4 3 $600 Martina .......... 36 7to12 $700 up
lla........... 24 *tEl Mar.. ........ 8 3 $175 mo. Maxwell .......... 18 4 $750
ral........... 4 4 $1150-1400 *Eltrade Court ..... 4 3 $750 Merriam.......... 48 lto3 $650-12
ma.......... 4 2to4 $360-720 *tEsther............ 23 1&2 $600 tMerrill............ 4 4 $650-10
tina .. ...... 4 5 $600-650 *Eugene. .......... 4 3 $400 *Merwill .......... 33 2 $50-100
quin......... 23 3to4 $75-200 mo. Eureka .......... '. 16 3 $250-275 *Mildred....... ... 10 2to4 $700-90
e............ 6 4to5 $500-900 *Everglades ........ 313 lto4 $850-4000 *tMizpah .......... 25 lto3 $250 up
. . . ....... 5 2to4 $500-800 Fairview .......... 5 3to5 $400-600 Monterey ......... 9 4 $15 to
Road ....... 28 3 $1000 *tFenway... ....... 12 4 $600-1000 Morrison.......... 8 4 $1150
a ...... .. 10 3 $1000 Field............. 21 2 tMount Royal...... 4 4 $1250
gton.... .... 5 2 $45 mo. Fink.............. 18 2to5 New Gautier .... 24 3to5 $425-70
.......... . 4 5 $900-950 *tFlambeau ........ 12 lto2 $650-1200 *Norvi la. .......... 26 3 $350-50
y Park . . ... 14 3to4 $400-650 Florida ........ .. 24 2&3 Oaklynn .......... 12 4 $400-60
tic...... .... 14 2&4 $500 up Fort Dallas ........ 18 2to4 *tOcean Beach . . . . 12 4to5 $1000-1
a............ 24 2&5 $500-1000 Fowler............ 8 lto3 $350-850 *fOcean Drive ...... 12 2to4 $650-12
dale ......... 28 2&3 $300-750 *'Fowler ....... .... 4 6 $2400 *tOcean Park . .. 4 6 $1200-1
n..... .. .. 4 4 $600 Fredora Court ..... 24 3&4 $850-1500 *tOcean View ....... 4 3to4 $750-90
an........ .. 5 2to5 $800-1500 *Gassner .......... 4 4 $750 Olmstead ......... 12 5 $800
............. 10 3&4 $450-900 *Golden Way ..... 4 2*3 $75-100 mo Opal ............ 12 3 $400-50
ore...... ... 12 4&5 $800-1200 Godsell Court ..... 8 3 $600-800 *Orange Park ....... 4 5 $500
de........... 4 5 $750 year *Goodwell.......... 6 2&3 $350-500 *tOsborne ..... .... 4 2 $800
ew .......... 16 2&4 $500-1000 *Gorham.......... 4 5 $1000-1250 Osceola ........... 8 lto4 $500-70
Haven .... 12 1&3 $200-550 Gourley........... 40 2to4 Ostead ............ 17 3to4 ?f-n..i
ly Terrace ....... Granada .......... 56 3to7 $1500-3000 Palms ............ 12 3 . .',,,
ly Terrace,Manor *Grayson. ......... 4 2 $45 mo. Parkview ........ 34 4to6 - '! -'
er. ......... 4 5 $1200 year *Gunn............. 13 2&3 $600-1000 Patanna .......... 8 4 $500-551
d. . . . . . ... 20 2to4 $600-1200 *Hamel............ 4 4to6 $800-1000 Pinecrest ...... 16 3&4 $375-451
.. ........... 18 3to5 $1000-1350 *tHavlin Apartments 23 1&2 Pine Ridge ........ 8 3&4 S500-70'
lar .......... .12 2to4 $500-700 Hamilton-Dundas. 32 3 $500-700 *Point View .. ... 6 5 $1250-1
e. .......... 5 5 $800 *Havemeyer High Ponce de Leon ..... 140 1&2 $800-60
ore.......... 23 2to4 $600-1500 View Apartments 26 3to5 $500-1800 Prince Edward.. . 26 2to3 $500-101
Grass ........ $2000 *Hampton ......... 8 2 $800-1000 Princlpia .. ... . 26 3&4 $650-11.
ir ........... 8 4 $1200-1500 *Hama ............ 4 4 $750 *Pusey............ 4 3to5 $480-651
laven........ .8 2&3 $500-700 Harold .......... 14 lto3 $350-750 Quinn ............ 12 3&4 $500-751
n............ 8 2 $500-650 Heins............. 34 4 $750-1000 Rice..... ......... 15 3&5 $450-101
vard ......... 8 2 $400-650 *Helen............. 4 3to4 $400-500 Rio Vista .......... 8 2
ers.......... 20 1&2 $850-1250 *tHelene...... ..... 36 3to4 $1250-1650 Riverside Park .... 8 3&4
11 ........... 24 2tc3 1453-1250 Herberta.......... 8 3 8900 River View.. . 26 1&2
er .......... 12 6*& $1500-2000 *tHibiscus.......... 24 lto2 $350 up *Robbins.......... 5 3 $450
. .... 8 3 $500-600 High White ....... 12 2to4 $150-250 *Rolfe ............. 4 6 $400
low .. ...... 12 4 $500-700 *Hillside . ....... 4 5 $500 Rose ............. 17 2 $50 mo.
ell. ......... 4 5 $400-500 *Honeymoon... ... 4 4 $500 *tRoyal. ............ 15 Ito3 $400-101
Villa ....... 9 5 $775-850 Howlington . .. 22 4&5 $225-250 Santa Marie .... 25 lto3 $80-200
............ 12 lto3 $175-850 *Huntington ... .. 4 1&2 $35-50 Saragossa . . 23 2to5 $100-301
way ..... ... 26 3&4 $450-550 *Henrietta Towers. . 108 2to4 $1200-2800 Songer ........ 8 4 $600-70
berlin ...... 8 4&5 $500-1000 Jarrett ....... . 24 2to4 $400-550 Southland .. . 17 3 $450-65
man .... . 10 2 $400-450 *Jeannette. ..... 4 3 $400 *tSt. George ... 12 4 $700-801
er ..... ..... 6 4 $600 *John Scott . .. 4 3 $500 *Swanoah ......... 24
erfleld ... 7 2&4 $400-700 Johnson . . . 45 2to5 $500-1500 *Sylvia............ 4 5 $1200 yi
erfield. ... 4 2 $800-900 yr Julia Tuttle . . . 44 Ito3 $20 day up *Swanana .......... 24
Ed .. . .... 8 2 $400-450 *Kenwood ...... 4 4 $650 Temple Court ..... 57 2to4 $1000-20
ge.... ..... 21 2 $800-1500 *tKilmartin. . . .... 6 3&4 $600-700 *tTennessee Home . 5 4 S600-70
and......... 7 3&4 $500-1000 Kimbark ......... 8 3&4 $600-800 Thomas-Rinn ...... 8 4 $7600
d .. . . . . . 30 4 $400-500 Kosing............ 8 2 $450 *tToledo...... ...... 18 2to4 $300-901
er ........ . 8 4 $850 *Labetta. ....... 12 3to4 $700-900 *Towers ........... 14 2 $75-100
Courtt.. . 73 2to6 $1000-1785 tLa Corona........ 26 3to5 $1000-2500 *Treller... .........6 4 $650-851
ins ......... 13 2&3 $70-175 mo. Lafayette . . . .. 17 2 $400-550 *Vail.............. 6 2to4 8900-150
ns Court . . 34 2&3 $80-200 mo. Laura. .. ... .. 10 2to4 $500-750 Valencia....... 52 lto3 $300-951
ecticut . .. . 32 1&2 $300-400 Lawrence Court .. 8 5 $750-850 Vendome.......... 11 2to4 $450-701
s ........... 8 3&4 $600-750 "Leland.......... .. 4 2 $275-600 Villa.............. 8 4 3600
a......... . 4 4 $600 *Lindburg....... . 5 4to5 $550-700 Viola............. 10 3&4 $550-701
ado.... . 8 4 $1150-1250 Linton .... . . 12 1 $30-40 mo. Waldimore .. . 19 2 $300-400
...... .... 19 1&2 $750-1200 Long. . . . .. 31 2 $600-1200 Walker. ........... 13 2 $300-40
...... . 12 2 $700 *Long House. . 7 3to4 $70-100 mo. *Walton ........... 6 4 $600-751
. .... . 23 2 *Lowe...... ... 4 5 $500-650 Wallace ........... 4 4 750
Park.. . 130 lto4 $600-3500 Luke.... ......... 10 3&4 $350-700 Washington ....... 16 3 $420-550
in .... 8 3&4 $450-600 Lyndale.......... 8 3to4 $450-600 Wayne ......... 12 3&4 $495-80
ach.... 21 3&1 $400-600 *MaGirt .......... 8 2 $500-650 *West Flagler ...... 4 4 $500
0i .. . 22 4 $900-1250 *tMansfleld ....... 5 1 $125-175 *White House ...... 4 3to5 $650-150
Highway . 10 1&2 *Mellse Apartments 8 3 *WiVldorn ........... 6 5 $550-751
. ... 29 2&3 $500-1000 *tMare Vista .... 46 lto3 $450-1200 Williams.......... 16 2to4 $675-12(
r ..... . 16 2to4 $600-1000 *W. T. Myers .... 5 10-7*Winona ........... 18 lto6 $250-900
.... . . 21 2&3 $600-1000 Marion.. ........ 40 lto2 1 10-7b mi. Winton Court . 12 2 $700-75
nt .. ...... 7 4 $700 *Marlyn........... 4 3 500 *Wolpert.. . .... 4 4 $700
water. . . 8 4 $1200 Marshall....... . tMiami Beach tCoral Gables
igo .. . 9 4 $750 *Martha Louise.... 4 3to5 $550-875 *New Hotels


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