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September, 1935


GENERAL INFORMATION


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State of Florida
Department of Agriculture
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner

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LORIDA


Total Area, 58,666 Square Miles; Land, 54,861 Square Miles;
Water, 3,805 Square Miles.




Estimated wealth, year 1933 ....--...........---- ----- ---$2,000,000,000
Property, assessed value ..-.....-------------- --------- .$ 519,243,000
Manufactures; Products, value (1931) .-----....... ---..................-- $ 157,074,000
Lumber cut, board ft. (1932) ------- ----------..-- 320,408,000
Value of farm property (1930) ...-.....-............ ....---------------$ 462,456,000
Value of farm land (1930) .---..-..........----.........------ .. ----$ 352,855,000
Value of farm products (1934) ..........-......-- ..-- ........ ....-.$----- 100,000,000
Cotton, acres --. ---------- ------------------- 96,000
Cotton, bales ------ ----- --------- ------------. 27,000
Value, lint ....-.....------------- ----- ------------$ 1,215,000
Citrus fruit, 20,500,000 boxes 1934-35, value .........-------$ 26,000,000
Banking resources, clearing house exchange, (1934) ....$ 639,000,000
Mileage of railways, including sidings Dec. 31, 1927 .--.. 8,220.63
Railroad improvement and new lines (1920-27) .........-- ..-..$ 142,198,557
Mileage of hard surfaced roads .-.........................--------.$ 8,631
Expended for roads by State Highway Dept. (1915-1929) $ 90,483,724
Total building contracts, (1923-27) .................------ -------------$ 890,537,000
Resources of banks (1934) .....--.----.... ----------..----$ 253,000,000
Value of manufactures, (1933) .......................................... 116,280,000
Value of minerals, (1933) ....--.. ----...................--- ---------$ 8,000,000
Acres in cultivation (1935) ------- --------------- 1,150,000
Florida Leads the Nation in the Production of:
Grapefruit, Celery, Fuller's Earth, Phosphate (84% of the U. S.
Production.)

And in the Following Winter-Grown Crops:
Tomatoes, Snap Beans, Eggplant, Cucumbers, Peppers, Irish
Potatoes.

The fruit and truck crops grew on less than 300,000 acres, which
means a production of over $285.00 per acre!
Florida ships ten per cent of all fresh fruit and vegetables of the
United States from less than 300,000 acres. This equals more than
ten per cent (f the total value of carload shipments.

Florida has 3,805 square miles of inland water abounding in fish,
and 1,400 miles of :sore line, gull, and bay. These waters yield about
137,000,000 pounds of fi-h per year.

Average rainfall 51.9 inches (93 stations).
Average temperature 'U2.
Exports from Florida, 1934-$34,333,009.
Imports to Florida, 1934--812,000,C00.
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS


FARM CENSUS REPORT FOR FLORIDA SHOWS NUMBER
OF FARMS, LAND IN FARMS AND THE VALUE OF
FARMS IN 1935 WITH COMPARATIVE
FIGURES FOR 1930.

The preliminary tabulation of reports from the 1935 Census of Agri-
culture for the state of Florida, released today by Director William L.
Austin, Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce, shows 72,-
822 farms comprised o2 5,936,253 acres, with a value for land and
buildings of $317,335,618. Comparative figures for 1930 for the State
are 58,966 farms comprising 5,026,617 acres, valued at $423,346,262.

The following table shows the number of farms, all land in farms,
and the value of farms (land and buildings' in Florida in 1935 by
counties, with comparative figures for 1930.


FLORIDA

NUMBER OF FARMS ALL LAND IN FARMS VALUE OF FARMS
(ACRES) (LAND AND BUILDINGS)
1935 1930 1935 1930 1935 1930
(Jan. 1) (April 1) (Jan. 1) (April 1) (Jan. 1) (April 1)
State total-- 72,822 58,966 5,936,253 5,026,617 $317,335,618 $423,346,262
County
Alachua ..-- 2.155 2,264 228,725 239,830 4,983,780 9,303,457
Baker .._--..... 447 461 33,292 37,078 664,045 1,175,809
Bay ... 223 216 16,080 63,037 453,230 1.140,580
Bradford--..--. 942 921 57,175 56,623 1,447,460 2,396,261
Brevard 721 633 35,555 25,608 7,624,875 11,376,802
Broward 1,550 938 62,190 24,139 7,077,200 3,302,991
Calhoun 712 579 58,420 43,610 887,482 1,062,985
Charlotte -.. 149 93 81,472 .7,729 1,114,475 874,070
Citrus 298 257 18,265 24,024 411,085 1,121,215
Clay .-....--.... 367 452 185,078 146,353 1,947,450 3,002,116
Collier -- 54 32 4,992 3,002 310,700 319,535
Columbia ---- 1,448 1,193 169,502 178,958 2,032,178 2,598,330
Dade ....- --. 1,825 1,160 62,846 50,620 11,997,412 12,096,890
De Soto 441 520 38,535 35,652 2,916,715 7,301,820
Dixie ..._ 282 145 123,408 11,575 441,850 193,535
Duval ..... 1,111 1,001 45,103 44,608 4,908,605 7,522,200
Escambia .. 1,828 1,214 76,286 62,339 3,614,285 3,777,013
Flagler 134 144 12,277 13,463 735,675 927,125
Franklin 44 5 2,717 1,022 43,840 14,510
Gadsden 1,570 1,372 172,177 156,852 3,108,923 4,989,931
Gilchrist 525 476 66,609 70,447 671,164 1,411,419
Glades ---._-- 174 131 16,798 6,195 710,038 476,405
Gulf 124 85 5,740 3,009 122,520 129,166
Hamilton ..... 856 794 110,896 140,489 1,352,380 1,996,856
Hendry-- 1,485 1,063 145,272 54,558 5,562,640 7,175,480
Henrdy 189 145 94,502 116,317 759,760 7,840,633
Hernando .- 522 561 23,605 26,788 1,636,345 3,504,145
Highlands 666 348 216,755 46,685 7,427,395 10,107,103
Hillsborough 4,109 2,409 139,945 98,029 15,660,692 16,721,990
Holmes 1,811 1,569 138,991 115,627 2,311,018 2,858,020
Indian River 622 425 52,907 47,022 6,384,475 6,424,875
Jackson 3,958 3,802 358,727 329,992 6,047,949 7,359,033
Jefferson 1,398 1,294 147,802 135,225 2,049,610 3,557,537
Lafayette 440 460 60,813 69,417 509,079 1,105,185
Lake ... 2,565 1,981 134,197 127,027 18,306,955 31,963,594
Lee 520 382 33,242 16,134 4,101,200 5,563,515
Leon -..-....... 1,647 1,576 160,530 168,840 2,442,208 3,844,395
Levy- -.. 961 900 93,908 97,361 1,299,245 2,798,818
Liberty 2....... -32 272 27,757 41,414 255,015 548,811
Madison .... 1,305 1,428 149,056 170,855 1,797,165. 3,158,452










NUMBER OF FARMS


ALL LAND IN FARMS
(ACRES)


VALUE OF FARMS
(LAND AND BUILDINGS)


Manatee .. -----
Marion-_.- ..
Martin .---.---
Monroe ..
Nassau .------
Okaloosa -- --
Okeechobee_
Orange .....-
Osceola .- ---.
Palm Beach
Pasco -- .----..
Pinellas .-----
Polk..-----.-..
Putnam ---..
St. Johns.-__
St. Lucie -
Santa Rosa-_
Sarasota ----
Seminole --
Sumter --..
Suwanee .
Taylor ..-----.
Union ----.---
Volusia ---- ..
Wakulla -----
Walton -- -- -
Washington


1935
(Jan. 1)
1,189
3,190
152
110
690
1,127
265
3,280
546
1,288
1,262
769
4,080
1,016
513
395
1,266
183
980
1,071
1,810
591
567
2,983
371
1,480
1,238


1930
(April 1)
911
2,175
180
43
403
981
289
1,608
497
874
753
745
4,667
1,000
348
394-
1,151
254
780
799
1,774
423
607
1,013
348
1,129
1,119


1935 1930 1935
(Jan. 1) (April 1) (Jan. 1)


53,872
248,396
2,492
3,596
84,450
89,816
29,505
169,779
89,123
65,151
58,737
31,080
347,579
47,810
48,502
12,658
94,504
13,470
72,438
57,297
251,815
55,752
77,624
76,796
33,393
81,823
76,648


32,275
204,467
7,577
1,858
67,495
74,489
28,142
102,347
75,608
34,576
36,834
31,321
318,549
67,508
22,935
19,013
74,935
10,881
34,471
55,762
222,578
49,809
68,783
76,681
37,977
76,349
85,844


7,331,290
9,519,543
235,405
495,925
1,267,370
1,603,295
559,157
32,345,314
3,205,035
6,694,240
4,282,805
10,101,950
53,659,128
5,351,050
2,452,725
4,548,460
2,281,900
1,850,000
10,268,915
1,610,464
2,794,318
696,811
842,482
14,266,424
350,830
1,290,660
1,302,004


1930
(April 1)
10,083,822
11,958,644
1,355,835
289,600
1,411,425
2,009,325
754,035
29,024,803
3,759,625
6,294,689
4,977,575
15,855,650
74,608,889
7,747,947
3,756.061
7,710,810
2,751,232
4,732,024
11,486,808
2,772,315
3,693,090
1,038,894
2,409,891
14,894,275
622,595
1,618,966
2,684.830


WHAT FLORIDA OFFERS CAPITAL

America's Greatest Financiers have invested in Florida. Scores
of millions of new capital are coming to the State yearly.
The population of the State has increased thirty-seven
per cent. within the last ten years. There are many
reasons for this. Below we give some of them.


AGRICULTURE

The basis of most wealth is agriculture. Florida has at least ten
Million acres of good agricultural land yet undeveloped. Only a small
part of her area is in cultivation. Florida produces more than a hun-
dred thousand carloads of fruits and vegetables above her home needs.
Consumers are paying two hundred million dollars annually for soil
products of Florida. We have vast undeveloped business ahead for
our agriculture.


GEOGRAPHICAL ADVANTAGES

Florida is within forty-eight hours of more than ninety per cent. of
the people of the United States. Using regular train schedules every
State in the nation, save ten, can be reached by rail from Jacksonville,
Florida, within forty-eight hours. Shipping to and from every quarter
of the globe enters and leaves Florida's ports. Water transportation
along the Atlantic Coast affords rapid trade exchanges between the
industrial East and our State. Trade between North and South Ame-
rica now aggregates two and one-quarter million dollars per day.
Florida ports are the logical places for exchange for much of these
commodities.









TRANSPORTATION

Florida has nearly eight thousand miles of railroad and is building
more. Florida has more than seven thousand miles of hard-surfaced
highways. Florida's State Highway Department and her sixty-seven
counties are spending more than twenty-five million dollars per year
for roads.

MANUFACTURES
The "Playground of the World" is being utilized for workshops and
factories. Capital is being convinced that a place so ideal for recrea-
tion and sports is also ideal for industry and permanent, profitable
living. Already Florida's factories turn out a product aggregating
nearly two hundred million dollars in value per year. One of the
South's largest Portland Cement Companies with an investment of
five million dollars recently began operation at Tampa with a capaci-
ty of ten thousand bags of cement per day. Florida can supply ma-
terial for the following manufactures:
Tile Glassware Vegetable Hair
Filters Chinaware Fish Products
Paper Insulation Materials Buttons
Roofing Can Goods Leather
Cement Creameries awnings
Furniture Phosphate Mills Tents
Porcelain Cotton Goods
Dairy and Poultry Feeds

HEALTH MEANS EFFICIENCY
Florida's sunshine is perennial. It is neither too hot nor too cold.
Just right for both pleasure and work. Our mean annual temperature
is about seventy degrees Fahrenheit. The mild climate makes possible
almost ideal living conditions. Captains of industry recognizing the
vital relation of health and efficiency are considering Florida as a
place for their factories. Our State offers a greater variety of food
products continuously through the year than any other State. The
expenses of housing, heating and clothing are greatly under those of
the colder climates.


MILLIONS PAID TO UNCLE SAM
BY FLORIDIANS

Internal Revenue Amounts to $15,178,391.76 During Fiscal
Year 1935

Total collections in Florida by the United States Treasury through
the internal revenue bureau during the fiscal year which ended July
1, amounted to $15,178,391.76, according to the records in the offices
here of Collector J. Edwin Larson.
The amount was $3,644,959.41 more than the collections during the
preceding fiscal year, which amounted to $11,533,432.32.
During the last fiscal year the collections were made up as follows:
corporation income taxes, $2.239,646.83; individual income taxes, $5,-











471,265.74; miscellaneous amounts, $6,534,356.74; and agricultural ad-
justment taxes $933,122.45.

Collector Larson said that for the United States and its territories
the year's collections were $3,297,300,578.80, or $625,061,384.28 more
than during the fiscal year which ended July 1, 1934. Collector Lar-
son was advised of the national figures in a communication from Guy
T. Helvering, United States commissioner of internal revenue, Wash-
ington.


FLORIDA

Total Area, 58,666 Square Miles; Land, 54,861 Square Miles;


Population
Property, estimated value
Property, assessed value --
Manufacturers:
Products, value
Installed horsepower
Mineral Products, value --
Public utility output:
Electricity, kilowatt hours
Furniture made, value --
Lumber cut, board feet --
Phosphate mined, tons --
Cement consumed, barrels -
Stone sold, tons -----
Approximate Land Area (acres) _
All land in farms, acres --
Improved land, acres --
Number of farms ----
Value farm property ---
Value farm land ---------------------
Farm products, value ---
Farm crops, value
Farm crops, acres
Citrus crop:
Oranges, boxes ---
Grapefruit, boxes ---
Cotton, acres
Bales ------
Value, lint
Cottonseed, value
Cottonseed, tons ----
Tobacco, acres -----------------------
Pounds ---------
Value --
Corn, acres ------
Bushels ------
Value --------
Oats, acres ------
Bushels
Value -------
Cattle, number
Sheep, number
Swine, number
Horses, number
Mules, number ----
Banking resources ----
Capital stock
Individual deposits --
Savings deposits ---
Clearing house exchange -
Life insurance written
Total in force
Exports, value -----
Imports, value
Railroad mileage ----
Motor vehicles, number
Highway expenditures ---
Public school expenditures -
School enrollment
*1930. 1932. $1933. **1931.


1900 1910
528,000 753,000
$355,743,000 $936,885,000
$96,687,000 $165,000,000
$34,183,000 $72,890,000
36,000 90,000
$3,327,000 $9,285,000
50,922,000

788,905,000 992,091,000
706,000 2,067,000


4,364,000
1,512,000
41,000
$53,929,000
$30,823,000
$18,309,000
$13,498,000
1,020,000
273,000
12,000
222,000
54,000
$2,592,000
$303,000
27,000
2,000
1,126,000
$254,000
519,000
4,156,000
$2,494,00-0
33,000
378,000
$189,000
751,000
125,000
464,000
43,000
14,000

$10,150,000
$12,060,000
$12,700,000
$7,058,000
$27,801,000
$20,560,000
$1,888,000
3,299
$437,000
$766,000
109,000


5,253,000
1,805.000
50,000
$143,183,000
$93,738,000
$43,689,000
$33,217,000
1,221,000
4,888,000
1,062,000
257,000
59,000
$5,500,000
$1,044,000
33,000
4,000
3,506,000
$1,025,000
630,000
8,190,000
$6,962,000
42,000
680,000
$442,000
845,000
114,000
810,000
46,000
23,000
$73,573,000
$9,575,000
$46,943,000
$15,500,000
$117,100,000
$17,947,000
$79,091,000
$37,700,000
$8,227,000
4,432
2,000
$2.280,000
$1.773,000
148,000


Water, 3,805 Square Miles
1933 1934
*1,468.000 1,575,000
$2,200,000,003
$519,243,000 $499,570,000
**$153,795,000 $$116,280,000
*193,000
$7,108,000 $$8,844,000
613,127,000 669,601,000
**$403,000 ($399,000
320,408,000 $439,168,000
1,998,000 2,254,000
598,000 906,000
878,000 $606,000
*35,111.000
*5,027,000
*2,271,000
*59,000
*$462,456,000
*$352,855,000
$83,132,000 $100,000,000
$66,659,000 $82,941,000
1,162,009 1,147,000
18,100,000 14,500,000
10,700,000 12,500,000
94,000 94,000
28,000 28,000
$1,249,000 $1,680,000
$164,000 $384,000
12,000 12,000
6,200 6,700
4,822,000 5,034,000
$776,000 $1,334,000
673,000 639,000
5,384,000 6,390,000
$,3,392,000 $4,665,000
7,000 8,000
80,000 104,000
$46,000 $78,000
494,000 522,000
43,000 42,000
477,000 405,000
18,000 19,000
42,000 40,000
$221,760,000 $253,106,000
$ 20,949,000 $ 22,169,000
158,620,000 $176,429,000
$ 40,788,000 $ 45,916,000
$499,484,000 $639,326,000
$157,537,000 $$145,469,000
$659,066,000 $$618,789,000
$29,859,000 $34,333,000
$10,303,000 $11,933,000
5,489 5,491
279,265 335,205
$16,000,000 $13,000,000
$17,020,000
368,000


BLUE BOOK OF SOUTHERN PROGRESS-1935.
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AGGREGATE VALUE OF FLORIDA'S AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTS


1900 1910 1933 1934
$18,309,000 $43,689,000 $83,182,000 $100,000,000

VALUE OF FLORIDA FARM CROPS
$13,498,000 $32,217,000 $66,659,000 $ 82,941,000

FARM VALUE OF COMMERCIAL TRUCK CROPS
$15,487,000 $22,439,000 $ 286,000 $ 22,725,000

NUMBER OF FARMS IN FLORIDA
40,814 50,016 54,005 58,966

COTTON PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA
(Bales)
54,000 59,000 28,000 28,000

TOBACCO PRODUCTION
1,126,000 3,506,000 4,822,000 5,034,000

TOBACCO ACREAGE
2,056 3,987 6,200 .6,700

TOBACCO VALUE
$ 254,000 $ 1,025,000 $ 776,000 $ 1,334,000

CORN PRODUCTION
4,156,000 8,190,000 5,384,000 6,390,000

ESTIMATED FARM VALUE OF FLORIDA, 1934
Horses Mules Sheep Swine Cattle
$1,492,000 $4,680,000 $110,000 $1,402,000 $8,110,000

HORSES AND COLTS, NUMBER
1900 1910 1933 1934
43,000 46,000 18,000 19,000

MULES AND MULE COLTS, NUMBER
14,000 23,000 42,000 40,000

SWINE, NUMBER
464,000 810,000 477,000 405,000

SHEEP AND LAMBS, NUMBER
125,000 114,000 43,000 42,000

ALL CATTLE, NUMBER
751,000 845,000 494,000 522,000
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COWS AND HEIFERS KEPT FOR MILK


1933


1934


Number Value Number Value
98,000 $ 2,940,000 103,000 $ 3,296,000

POULTRY PRODUCTION, 1934
Chickens Raised Eggs Produced
Number Value Number Value
2,708,000 $ 1,723,000 158,000,000 $ 3,028,000

PRODUCTION OF FLORIDA FISHERIES
1908 1936
Pounds Value Pounds Value
47,087,000 $ 3,389,000 103,290,000 $ 2,973,000

APPROXIMATE HIGHWAY EXPENDITURE IN FLORIDA
1904 1914 1933 1934
$ 437,000 $ 2,280,000 $16,000,000 $ 13,000,000

U. S. PUBLIC WORKS ROAD CONSTRUCTION (Jan. 1. 1935)


Completed Under Construc
Total Cost Total Mileage Total Cost Total
$ 5,000,000 188.5 $ 1,834,000

MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION IN FLORIDA
1912 1922 1932 1933
2,000 116,000 286,021 279,265

RAILROAD MAIN LINE TRACKAGE IN FLORIDA (I
1900 1910 1930 1933
3,299 4,432 5,666 5,489

AIRPORTS AND LANDING FIELDS


ition
I Mileage
48.7


1934
335,205

Miles)
1934
5,491


Municipal Commercial Other Total
37 18 26 81

TOTAL VALUE OF MERCHANDISE EXPORTED FROM FLORIDA
1900 1910 1933 1934
$20,560,000 $37,700,000 $29,859,000 $ 34,333,000

TOTAL VALUE OF MERCHANDISE IMPORTED THROUGH FLA.
$ 1,888,000 $ 8,227,000 $10,303,000 $ 11,933,000

COMPARATIVE BANK CLEARINGS IN FLORIDA
$12,700,000 $117,100,000 $499,484,000 $639,326,000

BANKING IN FLORIDA, 1934
Number of Aggregate Capital Individual
Banks Resources Stock Deposits
155 $253,106,000 $22,169,000 $176,429,000

BANKS OTHER THAN NATIONAL (1934)
105 $57,137,000 $ 6,489,000 $ 44,745,000









INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS IN ALL BANKS
1900 1910 1933 1934
$10,150,000 $46,943,000 $158,620,000 $176,429,000

ASSESSED VALUE OF TAXABLE PROPERTY
$96,687,000 $165,000,000 $519,243,000 $499,570,000

ESTIMATED WEALTH OF FLORIDA
1900 1912 1922 1932
$355,743,000 $936,885,000 $2,440,491,000 $2,200,000,000



FLORIDA HOTELS, APARTMENT HOUSES AND
ROOMING HOUSES
BY
COUNTIES AND CITIES


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ALACHUA 60
Alachua .................------------- 3 .... 3
A rcher .................... 1 .... .... 1
Gainesville .............. 6 15 6 15 42
Hawthorne ............ 1 1 2
High Springs ........ 4 '3 ... 7
Melrose ------ ........... 1 1 1 3
Newberry ................ 1 ---- ........ 1
W aldo .................... .. .... ..- 1 1
BAKER 4
Macclenny ....-.... 3 .... .. .. 3
Olustee .................. .. 1 .... 1
BAY 31
Beacon Beach ............. -. 5 .... 5
Barnes Beach ........ 1 -.... .... 1
Bay Harbor ............ 1 1.. 1 2
College Point4 ..... 1 .... 1
M illville .................. 1 ....- -. 1 2
Panama City ....--- 5 3 4 2 14
St. Andrews .......... 2 4 .... 6
BRADFORD 8
Starke ...---------........... 3 .... 4 .... 7
Hampton ------..........- 1 .... .... 1
BREVARD 106
Allenhurst ............ 1 .. ..... 1
Artosia ....--- ........ 1 .... .... .... 1
Cocoa ------- .--------- 2 9 9 2 22
Eau Gallie ...--...-- ...2 2 5 .- 9
Grant ........... ........ .... 1 .. 1
Indiatlantic ......... 1 .... ... 1
Indian River City .... - 2 .... 2
Melbourne ........... 8 8 23 .... 39
M im s ..................... .... 1 .... 1
Palm Bay .............. .... .... 3 .... 3

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By Counties and Cities


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Scottsmoor ........
Sharpes ............-
Titusville ...............
BROWARD
Dania .................-- --
Deerfield ..............--
Ft. Lauderdale --......
Hollywood ................
Pompano .............
CALHOUN
Kinard .....-- ..-...---......
Blountstown ..........--
CHARLOTTE
Cleveland ..............
Punta Gorda .......-
Charlotte Harbor .
CITRUS
Crystal River .-......
Floral City .....
Homosassa ...........
Homosassa Springs
Hernando .............-
Inverness ..............
CLAY
Green Cove Sprgs.
Hibernia .--............
Keystone Heights
Penney Farms ......
COLLIER
Collier City .......
Everglades ..-......-----
Immokalee ----.--..
Naples ..........-..-.---...-
COLUMBIA
Lake City ..............
Ft. W white ................
DADE
Cocoanut Grove ...
Coral Gables ........-
Hialeah ..................
Homestead .............
Lemon City ..........-.
M iami ...................
Miami Beach .....
Miami Springs ......
Ojus ........................
Princeton ...............
South Miami ..........


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Edison ...............--
Jacksonville ........
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Mayport ..-.......---
Neptune Beach ......
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Millview .............
Pensacola.............

Bunnell .........-.......-
Flagler ...---..........
Korena .........-----.

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Havana .--...---..
Quincy ....---..-...-.....--.
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Wilcox -.......-----... -.

Moorehaven ............

Idlewood .............--
Port St. Joe ............
Wewahitchka .........-

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HENDRY 13
Clewiston ................ 3 4 2 1 10
LaBelle .................. -2 .... 1 1 3
HERNANDO 13
Brooksville .............. 3 1 8 .... 12
Nobleton ................. 1 ....--- .... 1
HIGHLANDS 57
Avon Park .............. 7 1 2 .... 10
Brighton .................. 1 ........ 1
DeSoto ................... 1 .... 1
Lake Placid ............ 4 2 4 .... 10
Sebring ......--------.... 9 17 7 2 35
HILLSBOROUGH 956
M ango .................... .... 1 ... 1
Plant City .............. 2 9 9 1 21
Ruskin .---.............- .-.. .... 2 .... 2
Seffner ................... .... .... 1 1 2
Sulphur Springs .... 1 2 2 .... 5
Tampa .................... 63 528 286 44 921
W illow ...................... .... .. 2 2
Ybor City ................ 1 .... .... 2
HOLMES 5
A rgyle ................. ..... 1 .... 1
Bonifay .................... 2 .... .... ... 2
Ponce De Leon ..--- 1 .... 1 .... 2
INDIAN RIVER 35
Fellsm ere ................ 2 .... .... .... 2
Sebastian ................ 1 1 .. .... 2
Vero Beach ............ 8 20 2 .... 30
W abasso .................. 1 .... -.. .... 1
JACKSON 26
Chattahoochee .---.. -- 1 .... 1
M alone ..-.............-- .. .... 1 ... 1
Graceville .............. ... .. .... 1 1
Marianna ................ 3 6 11 1 21
Sneads ...................... .... 1 1 2
JEFFERSON 7
A ucilla ................... .... .... 1 .... 1
Lloyd ........................ .... .... 1 .... 1
Monticello .............. 2 2 .... 4
W acissa .-........... ........ 1 1
LAFAYETTE 2
M ayo ....................... 1 1 .... 2
LAKE 96
Altoona -----------................... 1 1
Clermont ................ 3 3 ... 3 9
Eustis ......................--------------- 7 9 ...- 10 26
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Manatee ................
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Stuart .---.......--..-... 6 11 4 .... 21
MONROE 12
Big Pine ............ 1 .. 1
Key West -.......... 4 1 2 .... 7
Long Key ............... 1 ..- .... 1
Matacumbe .............. 1 .... 1
Pinehurst ...... 1 ... .... .... 1
Pirates Cove ......... 1 1.... 1
NASSAU 7
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Fernandina ...-..... 1 .... 1 2
H illiard .................... 1 .... .... .... 1
Yulee .....--------- .... .... 2 2
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Baker ..................... 1 .... .... 1
Crestview .-:........... 4 .... 2 6
Florisa --... ----.......... 1 .... 1
Ft. W alton .......... 3 .... ----.... .... 3
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Niceville ..........1 .... 1 .... 2
Valparaiso .............. 1 ... .. 1
OKEECHOBEE 13
Okeechobee ............ 6 2 2 2 12
Sherman .----..--......-.... -- 1 1
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Apopka ............ 1 1 .... 1 3
Lockhart ....-----.. .... .... .... 2 2
M aitland .................. .... .... 1 2 3
Ocoee ....... .. ....... .... 1 1 2
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Winter Park .......... 8 7 1 2 18
Zellwood ................ 2 2 1 1 6
OSCEOLA 29
Kissimmee .......-.... 4 5 9 1 19
St. Cloud ........... 4 3 1 2 10
PALM BEACH 423
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Boca Raton .......... .... 1 .... .... 1
Boynton ....... .......... 2 2 .... .... 4
Canal Point ........... 1 .... 3 ... 4
Delray .......-- .......... -6 8 2 1 17
Kelsey City ............ .... .... 1 ... 1
Lake Worth ............ 10 32 .... 4 46
Lantana .............--- .... .... 1 .. 1
Pahokee .......- ..... 5 1 .... 11 17
Palm Beach .._......... 17 29 7 .... 53
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Lacoochee ..-....-. 2 .... 2
New Port Richey __ 4 1 .... ... 5
Elfers ............ 1 1
San Antonio ........ 1 ... 1 .. 2
Zephyrhills ............ 2 1 .... .... 3
PINELLAS 796
Clearwater ............ 13 32 6 1 52
Dunedin ................. 3 2 .... 1 6
Indian Rocks ......... ... ... 4 .... 4
Largo ............ 2 .... .... 2
Passa Grille ..-.....- 3 2 1 2 8
Pinellas Park ........ 2 .- 2
St. Petersburg ..... 129 479 91 7 706
Safety Harbor ........ 3 2 .... .. 5
Tampa Shores ....... .. 1 .. 1
Tarpon Springs .... .... 5 3 1 9
So. Gulf Port ......... .... 1 .. ... 1
POLK 198
Auburndale ............ 1 1 1 .... 3
Babson Park .......... 1 .... .. 1
Bartow ...........-- ..---- 7 4 6 ... 17
Dundee .....--- ....-...--- 1 .... .... 1 2
Eagle Lake ..... 2 1 .... .... 3
Florence Villa ........ 1 --. 1
Ft. Meade .............. 2 ... 3 5
Frostproof .......... 2 2 1 1 6
Haines City ............ 3 1 5 ... 9
Lakeland ................ 13 45 25 10 93
Mulberry .............1 .... ... 1
Lake Wales ............ 6 5 4 .... 15
Lake Alfred ........... 1 .. 1 .... 2
Polk City ............... 1 .1 ... 2
Winter Haven ........ 7 20 3 7 37
Winter Park ......... 1 .. .... .... 1
PUTNAM 51
Bostwick ................ .... ... 1 1
Crescent City ........ 3 2 .... 1 6
Huntington ......... 1 ... 1
Interlachen ..---...... .. .... 1 1
Lake Como -.......... ...- -. 1 1
Palatka ....--............. .. 7 22 3 5 37
Pomonoa ... 1 -.. .... .... 1
W elaka :................ 2 .... 1 3
ST. JOHNS 100
Hastings .............. 2 ... 3 1 6
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Sanford ..............-

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,oleman .-.............
Webster ..............
Wildwood ..............

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Scanlon ................

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Raiford ........-........

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Seville ...................... 1 1.... .... ....-
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Seville ---------.--.----- 1 1
Wilbur by the Sea 1 .... .... 1
WAKULLA 6
Newport -------~.--- 1. .... 1
Panacea .-------.~. 2 1-... 1 3
St. Marks ----1----- 1 .- 2
WALTON 17
Defuniak Springs .. 4 .... ... 9 13
Port Washington 2 .... .... .... 2
Santa Rosa ..--........ 1 --.. -- 1
Villa Fasso ..........---.- 1 1
WASHINGTON 3
Chipley .................... 1 ... 2 .... 3
GRAND TOTAL -----------....--------..- 7,739
*N. B.-The tabulation listed above was taken from a compilation furnished by
the Florida State Hotel Association, which lists the names of counties, cities, proprie-
tors of the different establishments, and the nature of the accommodations. This
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house. Figures listed are as of January, 1934. The numerical listing was taken from
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LIST OF PERMITTED TOURIST CAMPS
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA

1934

PERMIT
NO. TOWN NAME OF CAMP ADDRESS
1 St. Augustine ..........St. Augustine Court ..-......--------Box 841
3 South Jacksonville Godbee Lake Tourist Camp ........Box 36, R. F. D. 7
5 Lake City --------- Lake View Park .--..-..........--- .......---Route 4
6 Lake City ---.-----Duval Tourist Camp ..--------------
7 St. Augustine ..........Post Camp .... ....--------------- ... Dixie Highways No. 8
8 St. Augustine .-.... Travelers Camp -...-...---------....7 Isabel Street
9 Lake City .-.---.--- Maine Tourist Camp .-...-...---......--..Route 4
12 Lake City --------- Hillcrest -------------------Route 4, Box 42
13 Tampa .---.---.--Florida Ave. Camp .................-------Route 1, Box 150
14 Jacksonville ............ Salters Tourist Cabins ..-..-. ...----Route 2, Box 306
15 Ybor City (Tampa) Uceta Camp ....--......-Route 3, Box 111
16 Tampa ---------------Babcock Tourist Camp .-........-....-Route 3, Box 120
17 Tampa ----..-..---- ---Camp Comfort --.---------10510 Nebraska
18 Tarpon Springs -.....Beatty's Auto Camp ---. ----
19 Tarpon Springs ....- Sunshine Auto Camp ---- ..---Box 185
20 St. Petersburg ........ Lowe's St. Petersburg Camp ....-...5380 28th St. North
23 Plant City ---.............. Pine Grove Tourist Camp ........-.Box 927
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LIST OF PERMITTED TOURIST CAMPS IN THE STATE OF
FLORIDA 1934 (Continued)

PERMIT
NO. TOWN NAME OF CAMP ADDRESS
24 Plant City .-----. ----Allen's Tourist Camp ....................Box 1142
25 Seffner -----....-------Spencer Park Tourist Camp .
26 Tampa ..-..--............ -- The Oaks .-........................-............ Box 421, Route 3
27 Lakeland ..-............... Hayes Villa Tourist Camp ....-.......Hayes Villa
28 Lakeland ..-............... The Flint Camp .................----------... R. F. D. 3
30 Archer -----....--..... .. --- Archer City Park .......--------...
31 Brooksville ....---....... Shady Rest Tourist Camp ......-
32 Pensacola ...........---- Log Cabin Tourist Camp .-...... Route 2, Box 296
33 Pensacola .....---------. White's Tourist Camp .--..---------.Route 2, Box 258
34 Gainesville .--------... Gainesville Tourist Camp ............891 W. Masonic St.
35 Tampa .--..-..-........--.. Spring Park Cabins Camp ........-...Route 4, Box 910
36 Tampa .--------.............. Red Arrow Camp ........------........--... Route 3, Box 244
37 Ocala ..-..............------. Marion Tourist Camp ..-..-.---.....--...Route 3
39 Ocala ...............-----.... Apple's Camp -.....................-------......Route 2
40 Ocala --....-......------..... Ocala Tourist Camp ............--.......-1302 N. Magnolia
41 Orange Lake .. Triangle ......................
44 Silver Springs ..-.... Silver Springs Court -.......- ....
45 Sarasota ...........-----.. Parks' Court Camp .--.....--- ......
47 Marianna .-----............ Camp Gouldin Tourist Camps ..
48 Clearwater -..........--- Clearwater Beach Court ..---....
50 DeFuniak Springs Casson Tourist Camp ......-...
51 Madison ...-----........- Joe's Tourist Camp ------........ .
55 Sarasota ----.....----... Sunset Tourist Camp ..............------Tamiami Trail, Rt. 1
56 Pensacola ........------. Traveler's Apartments ..........---.....Box 664
57 Safety Harbor ..-.. The I-T-A .....-....... -----
58 Tallahassee .......---- Tallahassee Tourist Camp .--.........Route 3, Box 40
59 Lloyd ............-------- Tallamont Camp --....-- ..---.........
60 Marietta .----.........--Francis Grill Tourist Camp .--.....Route 5, Box 357
61 Delray Beach ...... Zeders Tourist Camp .--....-...
62 Pensacola ......---- ... Pinehurst Lodge .....................---------Route 2, Box 251-A
63 Hollywood .....-----... Bill's All-State Trst. Cp ..-......-..--1826 Senis Street
64 High Springs .--..- Penn-Beaver --..-.....................-.........Box 343
65 Lockhart -....--..... The Rambler .---........................-------- Box 56
66 Lake Worth ........---- Buffalo Lodge Tourist Camp .-....Rt. 1, Box 172
68 Miami .................------. Keystone Camp ......................----------6307 N. E. 2nd Ave.
69 Lem City Sta Miami Magic City Tourist Camp .-........6045 N. E. 2nd Ave.
70 Miami ............-----....... Prices Cottage Camp ..---........--.....1443 N. E. First Ave.
71 Miami ----.................-- Tamiami Tourist Camp ...........-----..3038 S. W. 8th St.
72 Miami .--...--..----.. --- agwood's Eagle Tourist Camp __239 N. E. 79th St.
73 Miami -------................ Hi and Dry Camp .....................------. 115 N. E. 71st St.
74 Belle Glade ----....-.... Belle Glade Camp .....----.........
75 Miami -..---....---.....--- ... Eaton's Tourist Camp --..........------.. 793 N. E. 90th St.
76 Miami .............. ------.. Camp Miami ...................-------..--......6531 N. E. 2nd Ave.
78 West Palm Beach ..Fowlers Tourist Camp ----.....-........Box 1806
79 West Palm Beach ..Blue Grass Tourist Camp .--.........4309 Parker Avenue
80 St. Petersburg ........ St. Petersburg Auto Camp .-.....13th Ave. & 25th N.
81 Ocala .--...............----... The Rock Cabins ..----....--------...1122 Magnolia
82 Lakeland .......---........ The Tennessee Tourist Camp ....-.1047 New Tampa Road
83 Hilliard ....--..-----..... Sullivan's Cabins ....... .....
84 Hilliard ...--....--.... --- Capitol ...................------------...... ...Box 16
85 S't. Petersburg .-.... Lewis Tent City -....---......................3049 6th St. South
86 Dinsmore ..-----...---... Camp Phillips ------
87. St. Petersburg --..... The All States Court Camp ........4th St. South
89 Tampa ............-------. Camp Nebraska ..--....------.10314 Nebraska
90 Jacksonville .-----.... Jacksonville Court .---.....-----.....--...Route 5, Box 133
91 New Port Richey ..New Port Richey Tourist Camp ..
92 Lakeland .................. John's Tourist Camp ......................1146 East Main
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PERMIT
NO. TOWN NAME OF CAMP ADDRESS
93 Tampa ......-......-- ...-- William's Park Camp ................Route 3, Box 451
94 Tampa .............--------. Fisher's Tourist Camp --..-.............2810 Clark St.
95 Lakeland -.......--...---.. The Sanitary Camp ...-....................1106 W. Main St.
98 Dade City .--------......... Dade City Tourist Camp ........
99 Pensacola -..--..--....... Riviera Tourist Camp ........--- ---......Rt. 2, Box 254
100 Bostwick .--.....---....... Curb-Edge. -----
101 Palatka .-----...--.. ---... Palatka Tourist Camp -.....-......
102 Daytona Beach ......Hamilton Camp ...--....-............-.......166 Madison Ave.
103 Daytona Beach .-....Cole Camp .........---- ..--------.....----- 152 Madison Ave.
104 Daytona Beach .-....Merwin's Camp ..-------- .----- 626 N. Beach St.
105 Daytona Beach ...... Bell's Camp -...--------.-----.--..----.642 N. Ridgewood
106 Daytona Beach .. -Patterson Camp .-.....-....-.-........-- 600 N. Beach St.
107 Daytona Beach ...... Yankee Camp ..---..----------.....--......586 N. Beach St.
108 Daytona Beach ..... White Way Camp -...--...---...-- ...-712 N. Beach St.
109 Daytona Beach .-M...Massachusetts Camp .--------.---.208 Madison Avenue
110 Orange City ..----....- Orange Camp ..........-- .....--
111 DeLand .-.............----. Deland Tourist Camp ..-.........
112 Eustis -.................-------- cKay Camp ...........-----........-----..--- 1222 Lake View
113 Holly Hill ......----..-- ..Camp Joy .............-----.....-........-------Box 53
114 Tampa -..----.........----.. Pine View Tourist Camp --...---..-...Rt. 3, Box 533
115 Jacksonville .----..... Twin Oaks .....--- -.......------.......R. F. D. 5, Box 115
117 Orlando .----............... The Hand Auto Camp ...-----.........--.2100 E. Central
118 Port Orange .....----.. Sunaca Camp ..------..-----------....
119 Tampa -..-.......------..-.. DeSoto Park Camp .......------................Station A.
120 Scotsmore ---...............- Gray Cottages .--.---------
121 Arcadia ..--..-.-----.. -Arcadia Tourist Camp ..--...-..-.--....Box 128
122 Avon Park ........---... Harris Tourist Camp .......---.....-
123 Jacksonville ---............Phoenix Park Tourist Camp ........5433 Buffalo Avenue
124 Ft. Myers --........----..Ft. Myers Tourist Camp ...-.....
125 Braden Castle M'tee Braden Castle Camp ----
126 Punta Gorda --..........Dany Tourist Camp ..---..------.
127 Sarasota ..............------ Brooks Camp- ..---------- Box 172, Route 2
128 Sarasota -----..............Lafayette Camp .................-------B..... ox 1241
129 Jacksonville ...-..-.....King Edwards Court ....------............. West 18th Street.
130 Sarasota ..............-----White Way Camp ...-.....-......-----Route 2, Box 106
131 St. Petersburg -..-.J. JA. McPhersons Trst. Cp. ........3300 4th St. North
132 Flagler Beach ........Palm Court Tourist Camp ..........
137 Tampa ....--......---.. The Granda Camp .--.--...------....Rt. 3, Box 126
138 Apopka .--.........------... Mynatt Tourist Camp ..-..- ....-----Box 115
139 Eau Gallie ..---........-. Rocky Water Park
142 Jensen ......-----............Pitchfords Tourist Camp .....----.Box 173
143 St. Petersburg ........Doll Houses Tourist Cottages .-...103 14th Ave. S.
144 Melbourne ......----.......Midway Tourist Colony ....---...-- Eau Gallie
146 Okeechobee ..----........Page Auto Camp ...............----------... Box 306
147 Orlando .--.........---......Model Park Cottage Apts .....-..-... Box 1132
148 Palm Bay ......---....- Ohio Camp .....--.........-- .--...
149 Palm Bay ...........----- Palm Bay Camp ....-..............
151 Little River Station Rainbow Lodge Camp ..-----......----. Miami
153 Chattahoochee ...-....Alfords Tourist Camp ...-......
154 Bonita Springs ....... Bonita Springs Tourist Camp .-
155 Ft. Myers ............----Silver Sands Cottage Camp ........Route 1, Box 152 A
156 Melbourne ............-----Hiawatha Gardens ...-------.-------.Box 32
157 New Smyrna ............Pool's Camp .---------... ----------
158 Lockhart .-.....---........ Orlando Tourist Camp ..------...
159 Stuart .................------ St. Lucie Auto Camp --...--..-..........Box 446
160 St. Petersburg ...-....Taylors Camp ..--..----...............--------- 3221 6th St. South
161 Hilliard .---....---......--- Crystal Springs ... ------- --.......................... t. 2, Box 18
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LIST OF PERMITTED TOURIST CAMPS IN THE STATE OF
FLORIDA 1934 (Continued)

PERMIT
NAME OF CAMP ADDRESS
162 Callahan .................... Gray Gables ....... ..........
163 Eustis ........................ Box 1317
164 Kissimmee .............Kissimmee Camp -----
186 Ft. Lauderdale ...- Ft. Lauderdale Camp .-..........------ N. E. 10th & Flagler Dr.
167 Pensacola ................ Ideal Tourist Camp ..-.........------.... Route 3, Box 451
168 Titusville ..-......--------.. Riverview Camp ............................---------------Box 244
169 Gainesville .-....---..-. Paradise Camp .................---------...... Route 3
170 Pensacola .-.......---- ... Riverview Auto Camp .............. -----Route 3, Box 361
171 Hollywood -.....-----..-.. Hollywood Camp and Cabins ......
172 Naples .....--........-...... Naples Tourist Cottages .........
174 Yulee ........................ Stillwells Cottages ........................Box 121
175 White House ............White House Tourist Camp ........
178 Dunnellon ............-- Dunnellon Tourist Camp .......
179 Monticello .--.....-....... Dicks Tourist Camp ----....................Box 3
181 Ellaville .-.............-----.... Suwannee Tourist Camp ........
83 Little River Sta. .... Camp Royal -.....-.......-- ..-.. .........-----Miami, Box 1280
186 Bunnell .....-..........-----. Camp Welcome .............-.......
187 St. Augustine -.........Paradise Tourist Camp .-------..
189 Port Orange ....----... Rose Bay Camp .-.........---........-----.- Box 182
190 New Smyrna ........- Redland Camp ...........--..--.......-....----- Box 1104
191 Port Orange .........-- Riverland Camp ...........-....-----.........Box 370
192 Lake Wales ....--. Tower Cottage Camp --..-....-..........Route A.
194 West Palm Beach _. Belvedere Tourist Camp ...--.....
195 Riviera ...................... Lakeside Camp ......................
--c Ft. Myers --.............. Giles Tourist Camp ................
1 '2 Ft. Pierce -----.......... Sunrise City Tourist Camp ........Box 465
198 Pensacola -----.....-..-... Boyd's Mo-Tel Inn ..................-------..Box 247
199 Vero Beach ....-----... Camp Gordon ---......-..-...-.~......-----..--Box 561
200 Fort Myers ------Weaver Tourist Camp ...-----.......-.... Box 1836
201 Bradenton -..--..-...-.. Ye Old Mill Camp ..-----............-
202 Sarasota .............----- Arrowhead Camp ..--....---... .....
203 Sarasota ---.....--.....-- Eddies Court ....... --....................- Box 925
204 Sarasota -..-..........---. T. C. T. Camp ----------..... ------
206 Jensen --...............-.-- Gideon's Tourist Camp -----..... ..
207 Lake Weir ...---..... Lake Weir Cabin Camp ........
208 Ft. Myers ..............-- Tropical Tourist Camp .-..---...........P. 0. Box 652
210 Orange City ........... Back Bear ...... ............
211 Sanford .........-----.211 Sanford ........ ... ...
212 Ponce de Leon --..----Osceola Tourist Camp ...........
213 Clearwater .--....------ Oak Court Tourist Camp .--...------..1377 S. Ft. Harrison
,14 Jennings ---....-..-...----- Ohio .----- -- ..-
215 Jennings -----....-...... Pine View -------
216 Ft. Pierce .-.......----... Floyd's Park Camp .-..-...---..-..--..... 225 Orange Ave.
217 Hernando --.....--------. Seminole Tourist Camp ...-----.............Box 133
218 Raleigh .---.......-........ Oak Tourist Camp -------.--------
221 Leesburg ..--..........--- ..Piney Home Camp -------.--------..R. F. D. 2
222 Leesburg -...-.....----... Indiola Camp .-..----..---................------ Box 391
223 Silver Springs --..... Blue Grotto -----
224 DeFuniak Springs -. Walkers Tourist Camp .....----..
225 Largo ................-------- Mundays Tourist Camp -.......--......Route 1
226 Punta Gorda -...--......Punta Gorda -----........
227 St. Augustine .....-..- Hi-way---- ---------------.
228 Bartow -------................ Bartow Municipal Camp ..-......
229 Maitland .....-----....---.. Winter Park Circle Camp ......-....Box 63
230 Brooksville .--.....----. All States Tourist Camp ..----........Route 1
231 Clearwater ...--....--... Joyland Tourist Camp ..------.....
233 Jacksonville .--...---... Howell's Cabins ....--------.........-.....-..Route 2, Box 326

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LIST OF PERMITTED TOURIST CAMPS IN THE STATE OF
FLORIDA 1934 (Continued)

PERMIT
NAME OF CAMP ADDRESS
234 Jacksonville ..----.---. Crain's Nest .-----............-------..Route 2, Box 390-B
235 Gainesville .----...-....... Modern Tourist Camp .--........--
236 Green Cove Springs Oakridge ..............-......... ..
237 Holly Hill .------. Camp Greenland .....-..--....................R. 1, Box 56, Daytona B
238 Jacksonville .----...... Orange Park Tourist Camp ........R. F. D. 4, Box 410
239 Orange City ...---......New York ................ ......
240 Dade City .............--------. Reams Camp ...................................-------------Box 152
241 Palatka ..........--- ........ Pauline ....... .............. .........
243 Lake Worth ....--...-.. Greenacres Camp -......-....................General Delivery
244 Quincy ..................... Keystone Tourist Camp .............._.Rt. 1
245 Jacksonville ..---..... Beaver's Camp ..........................----Rt. 5
246 Argyle .--.............-----Past Time Tourist Camp .-....
247 Chattahoochee .......Oak Station and Tourist Camp ....
248 Tallahassee ..-------.....Red Top Tourist Camp .........-......Rt. 3
249 White Springs ....- Suwannee River Tourist Camp ...
250 Jacksonville .....-- ..... Bakers Tourist Cottages ----.........-Rt. 2
251 Jacksonville .---....-Ten Mile House --........----.... .....Rt. 2, Box 383-B
252 Jacksonville ..--...-- Duval Camp ...--...............................Rt. 2, Box 333
253 Stuart .-............------.. Pon-C-Anna Camp -....-.... .............Box 423
254 Lutz --.......---.......-- ..... Lake Padgett Camp ......--............
255 Jacksonville .......-- .. Camp Davis .-.......................-............Route 5, Box 434
256 Naples .--.......---.......-- Gordon's Pass Tourist Camp ......
257 Collier City ..--...---... Marco Tourist Camp .....---....
258 Jacksonville --......--. Camp Joy -...........--......--..................R. F. D. No. 2
259 Gainesville ................ Pine Grove Camp ............................R. F. D. No. 3
260 High Springs ..........Buckeye Tourist Camp .-.--...---..-....R. F. D. 1, Box 58-A
261 Live Oak ...........-----.. Myres Tourist Camp -............------Box 265
262 Ocala .-..........-........- ... Calverts Tourist Camp ...-..........R. F. D. 3


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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
WEATHER BUREAU





ANNUAL

METEOROLOGICAL

SUMMARY


WITH COMPARATIVE DATA


1934

_+_


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Lat. 30 degrees, 20 minutes N.; Long, 81 degrees, 39 minutes W.




Compiled by
W. J. BENNETT
Meteorologist.

U. S. WEATHER BUREAU
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA











MONTHLY AND ANNUAL PRECIPITATION





1871 ---- ---- I ---- -- I 3.62 3.531 2.651 .
1872..... 3.441 2.70j 7.321 2.43 1.25 6.67 2.921 6.41 10.79 6.371 1.76 4.81 56.87
1873---.---- 3.961 0.59 5.29 0.56 5.52 8.41 7.751 6.21110.47 5.651 2.88 3.38 60.67
1874.------- 0.821 7.331 2.13 1.601 5.38 5.92 7.481 6.89 7.07 0.10 2.94 0.651 48.31
1875---.---- 4.48 8.931 1.80 2.98 9.081 5.41 0.14110.19 4.50 4.49 2.18 3.421 57.60
1876-- 0.61 3.051 5.41 7.89 1.87 4.17 2.821 8.07 3.73 8.92 2.60 6.121 55.26
1877---... 2.65 1.09 2.53 3.01 2.47110.47 4.82i 4.82 5.15 6.75 4.49 3.32j 51.57
1878------ 3.14 5.321 2.37 5.38 1.521 5.031 4.631 2.85121.12 3.81 1.39 3.861 60.42
1879..---- 0.631 3.511 1.35 2.97 4.251 1.25 5.44; 8.391 8.24 9.45 1.24 0.461 47.18
1880--. 3.171 6.17 1.69 1.50 6.241 3.001 5 941 8.96 5.21 16.251 6.091 1.29 65.51
1881 ---.- -1 9.121 1.121 2.89 4.57 2.611 2.821 7.61110.23 4.58 2.871 3.411 2.861 54.69
1882 -- 2.581 1.091 0.89 5.23 2.20 5.141 5.751 5.65 4.39110.301 5.701 4.341 53.26
1883 ----_ 4.771 0.481 3.84 4.48| 3.16 7.051 6.881 7.63 7.28 7.261 0.09 0.421 53.34
1884------- 4.78 2.451 2.63 2.321 5.45 6.801 6.021 5.21 5.68 4.12 5.43 4.041 55.02
1885.----- 7.18 5.23[ 5.661 1.24[ 7.74i 8.98 7.16; 7.56119.63 3.36 0.50 7.761 82.00.
1886 .--.I.. 2.811 1.871 6.74[ 3.081 2.811 4.78114.971 6.251 4.91 2.47! 0.97 3.201 54.86
1887 .---. 1 4.341 0.341 3.511 4.151 7.151 9.681 8.901 5.761 9.40 1.571 0.101 3.701 58.60
1888 I---.- 0.491 4.381 1.57[ 0.93[ 5.461 2.921 8.301 4.89111.15 6.001 4.161 2.881 53.13
1889 |----- 5.891 3.851 1.381 3.951 0.511 6.891 8.241 5.251 8.49 1.261 0.51 T. I 46.22
1890 0.631 0.511 2.891 0.951 9.201 1.80| 9.70! 4.261 4.88 9.071 2.261 1.371 47.52
1891 ---.- 1.191 0.321 4.021 1.721 2.781 3.311 4.081 3.67110.83 4.431 1.531 3.461 41.34
1892 ..--- 3.991 0.771 0.761 0.111 1.341 6.38! 3.161 4.84114.04 3.341 0.641 2.521 41.89
1893 1 0.98 6.871 8.901 2.671 4.181 4.651 4.54110.021 6.09 4.481 1.761 3.081 58.23
1894 ---. 2.291 3.441 3.121 0.831 1.491 4.931 7.10 9.24116.63 3.241 3.72 0.811 56.84
1895 -- 4.631 3.611 3.631 4.401 2.26i 4.98111.211 2.541 4.661 0.581 3.121 1.181 46.80
1896 -. 2.531 1.66i 2.51i 0.491 1.241 9.411 4.25! 6.161 2.191 3.031 4.551 2.171 40.19
1897..... 1 1.891 7.101 1.601 5.181 1.351 5.011 3.67! 6.27110.231 6.001 1.561 4.831 60.69
1898 I----- 0.431 2.101 2.041 2.451 1.811 2.13112.031 5.441-3.461 6.74| 2.34| 4.741 45.71
1899 -I 3.981 3.381 1.351 3.211 1.86i 4.521 6.121 3.90 5.10 2.731 0.071 2.35! 38.57
1900 .------ 1.711 3.171 7.95! 7.341 2.901 8.45 3.83! 2.07 4.331 7.141 1.061 3.901 53.85
1901 |---.-- 2.641 6.761 6.571 1.08 5 31i 9.64 4.26! 6.121 7.381 1.371 0.361 2.731 54.22
1902 -- 0.081 3.641 4.20] 2.021 1.821 3.65! 6.69! 4.74112.781 5.901 4.181 5.821 55.52
1903 ---1 4.441 5.231 2.551 1.54114.801 3.221 2.541 6.601 2.80! 2.83| 3.821 1.661 52.03
1904 .------ 6.771 2.701 1.351 0.811 2.90i 4.921 5.251 2.741 6.09111.70) 2.261 1.681 49.17
1905 I----- 1.801 4.651 6.471 2.021 6.681 2.721 5.14110 971 6.181 2.891 0.601 5.651 55.77
1906 .----- 3.461 3.061 1.031 0.30114.311 4.581 8.961 5.381 2.291 2.391 0.011 1.091 46.86
1907----- 1 0.141 0.551 0.761 5.271 5.401 2.711 5.551 6.53110.441 1.371 1.961 4.391 45.07
1908 ------ 2.241 2.981 1.161 2.931 3.071 4.351 9.68; 2.90'21.791 2.971 0.471 0.901 55.44
1909 ---- 1 1.171 1.511 4.241 1.801 2.261 8.981 8.431 5.181 4.981 0.081 0.991 2.301 41.87
1910 1 1.061 2.431 1.891 0.601 2.181 6.721 6.131 5.821 3.121 8.021 1.641 107.1 40.68
1911 -- 0.891 0.131 2.161 0.361 3.331 2.961 2.35110.161 0.901 5.261 2.681 4.201 35.38
1912 .-- 1 4.761 2.651 3.271 4.961 3.531 9.621 6.741 5.321 7.691 3.171 0.821 2.911 55.44
1913 ---- 1 1.531 4.871 5.871 1.321 1.061 4.551 6.28i 3.321 3.741 1.351 0.321 4.491 38.70
1914 --- 3.311 4.551 1.841 0.301 2.001 1.321 5.138 8.471 6.391 2.341 3.871 5.201 44.72
1915 -- 4.101 2.441 2.471 0.491 3.671 1.551 9.361 4.081 8.411 5.451 1.071 3.461 46 55
1916 I 0.901 0.191 0.591 0.461 3.321 6.451 3.931 6.761 5.251 4.77] 2.76| 7.471 42.85
1917 I- 0.411 1.461 1.811 0.821 1.831 3.03110.36! 6.651 3.471 0.381 0.231 2.111 32.56
1918 I-- 2.781 0.211 2.311 5.961 2.501 3.321 3.35T 3.121 6.171 3.971 3.261 2.601 39.55
1919 ------ 1.731 3.771 3.241 1.261 7.32113.791 6.32; 6.961 5.631 1.811 1.061 4.611 57.50
1920 --. 1 1.211 9.161 0.821 3.421 7.411 8.271 5.471 7.461 7.141 0 111 5.381 3.351 59.20
1921 ---- 2.041 0.621 0.571 1.231 4.02! 2.711 9.761 7.701 1.731 6.371 2.271 1.601 40.62
1922 ..--- 3.211 5.56! 3.691 1.391 7.181 5.881 3.911 7.711 6.701 8.841 0.581 2.541 57.19
1923 ---. 1 1.371 1.931 1.151 0.981 8.731 4.911 5.141 4.671 4.891 4.751 0.061 1.381 39.99
1924 .----. 5.091 2.651 .7.181 3.001 0.491 4.21112.17: 3.551 8881 8.081 0.381 1.151 56.83
1925 --... 4.521 0.901 1.141 1.541 4.751 5.651 5.221 5.631 2.411 3.131 1.511 6.981 43.38
1926 .---- 1 4.891 1.661 2.201 3.891 1.661 9.38110.81! 3.181 9.551 2.221 3.371 1.581 54.34
1927 ---- 1 0.401 3.541 1.671 0.181 0.091 7.561 6.851 1.981 2.291 2.201 0.831 2.751 30.44
1928 --- 1 0.681 3.541 4.381 8.191 2.331 4.101 8.96: 5.851 9.251 2.331 0.671 1.341 51.62
1929 ----.- 3.961 1.281 2.141 5.091 6.091 4.101 8.21! 6.021 8.581 0.931 0.081 3.021 49.40
1930 2.551 2.61110.001 1.861 3.70110.131 4.741 0.761 3.62' 1 571 2.691 3.111 47.34
1931 .--- 1 3.361 1.491 4.691 3.411 5.931 2.971 2.201 4.861 0.071 1.861 0.971 2.571 34.38
1932 I 0.401 1.121 5.051 3.201 2.25123.321 6.92i 4.261 6.611 2.621 5551 0.49! 61.79
1933 I 2.181 3.231 2.971 7.161 3.04; 6.81110.801 4.681 3.76111.991 0.951 0721 58.32
1934 I 1.081 3.481 2.181 2.921 6.33113.261 5.07! 5.981 1.991 5.241 0311 0701 48.51

Means I 2.701 3.001 3.201 2.691 4.071 5.911 6.481 5.811 7.041 4.461 2.041 2.92' 50.32


WBO, Jacksonville, 1-9-35-500
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MONTHLY AND ANNUAL MEAN TEMPERATURES


0 I F!e "I< < O 0 s Z

1871 I -.-- I........ ...... ..... ... ....... 71.3 63.7 53.7 '.7
1872 50.6 53.9 59.0 70.6 78.11 81.0 80.8 80.91 77.5 67.8 56.51 50.1 67.2
1873 ...51 9 59.0 59.01 69.1 75.4 80.1 83.2 81.3 78.3 66.2 58.9155.9168.2
1874----. 54.4 58.6 65.9 69.2 74.6 81.6 79.8 81.0 77.2 69.1 64.6 59.01 69.6
1875. 57.4 55.8 64.2 65.8 74.6 80.0 85.3 78.9 77.9 66.4 64.6 57.8 69.1
1876 59.2! 60.01 60.0 68.4 75.2 81.8 84.8i 82.4 80.0 65.4 59.2 48.61 68.8
1877 ----- 57.21 55.6 60.0 67.5 72.2 81.8 83.08 81.4 79.8 71.8 62.41 56.21 69.1
1878 .---- 52.6 56.4 65.0 .0 7.0 77.4 80.4 83.21 84.4 78.0 69.8 61.8 53.41 69.4
1879 .--- 54.2 55.4 65.3 67.2 74.2 79.5 84.2! 82.0 77.2 74.21 64.01 62.81 70.0
1880 1---- 62.8 61.5 69.0 72.3 74.2 82.2 83.5 81.6 77.8 69.7 62.01 55.21 71.0
1881 .---- 1 53.2 58.4 59.7 67.4 75.8 83.2 84.41 82.2 80.9 75.61 66.4 62.01 70.8
1882 --- 62.8 61.81 67.4 71.4 74.8 81.2 82.0! 82.8 78.6! 73.51 60.8 54.31 71.0
1883 ---- 58.2 65 2! 60.6 71.01 73.8 81.8 84.41 81.8 77.2 75.4 64.1! 61.4 71.2
1884----.- 52.01 63.1 67.06 68.8 77.2 77.2 83.2, 80.2 77.8 73.11 62.3158.6 70.0
1885 ---.- 56.7 55.0 58.21 68.6 74.8 81.0 83.3! 82.2 79.51 68.4! 61.0! 54.0 68.6
1886 .--- 1 51.31 54.2 60.21 67.01 76.0 81. 81.91 81.6 79.41 70.2 60.1! 53.6 68.1
1887 -------- 50.41 66.2! 60.2! 67.8! 74.1 78.8 82.81 81.8 76.61 70.6 60.8 55.61 68.8
1888 .----. 1 58.01 61.01 60.9 71.31 75.6 80.6 81.9; 82.5 77.06. 69.9 61.6 53.6 69.4
1889 .----- 55.21 52.41 59.1 67.8 74.6 78.2 81.9; 79.71 78.1 67.3! 63.91 62.0 68.4
1890 63.41 64 8 60.2! 69.8 74.4 81.81 81.01 80.4| 79.1 71.3 65.61 55.9 70.6.
1891 54.2 65.61 61.61 67.4 72.81 81.1! 81.21 82.31 77.6 66.91 60.0 59.6 69.2
1892. -_|-1 53.0 58.0 60.0 69.4 75.2 77.81 81.71 81.4! 76.81 69.2 59.9 57.61 68.3
1893...------1 49.2 61.6! 60.6 72.6 75.3 80.01 83.6! 81.41 78.91 70.9 62.0o 58.8 69.6
1894 ------ J 58.61 58.8 66.0 68.6 75.3! 78.01 80.5: 82.21 78.61 71.5 61.4[ 57.71 69.8
1895 -----.-- 56 11 47.6 63.0 67.21 73.81 80.2! 81.8! 82.9 79.1| 69.71 61.01 53.5! 68.0
1896- 53.51 57.21 60.8 70.01 77.71 79.9 82.21 82.8 79.2 70.41 67.4! 53.8 69.6
1897....... 52.11 60.01 68.8 69.01 73.21 83.4 82.41 82.2 76.3 71.7! 65.3! 58.5 70.2
1898 ------- 59.21 55.61 66.71 66.71 76.51 81.41 82.01 82.11 79.8 70.01 62.6 54.8 69.8
1899 55.2i 55.4 64.61 66.01 78.3! 80.11 81.21 82.81 77.4 71.81 64.6 54.9! 69.4
1900 -----. 52.7 54.7 61.21 69.4 74.61 79.61 82.21 84.21 80.41 74.4] 63.5 56.1 69.4
1901 ------- 54.2 52.4 60.41 63.2 75.41 78.9! 82.6i 80.51 78.0 69.5| 56.4 52.8 67.0
1902 ------- 52.21 50.6 62.4 67.2 77.81 80.31 83.01 81.0] 77.4 71.91 65.91 57.11 68.9
1903.......1 52.81 59.2 66.8 65.5 72.51 77.9! 81.21 82.01 76.8 68.81 59.61 50.41 67.8
1904 ...... 50.3| 56.61 65.6! 66.41 73.0! 77.61 80.41 80.4! 78.01 70.31 60.61 55.6| 67.9
1905 - 49.81 52.81 63.4 68.71 78.11 79.31 82.01 79.91 79.81 70.41 63.81 53.51 68.5
1906 56.0 54.31 60.61 68.6] 73.2 50.81 80.41 81.41 80.11 68.21 62.91 56.01 68.5
1907 --- 1 61.11 58.21 69.81 64.01 74.8 78.3 81.71 81.81 79.01 68.31 62.2 55.61 69.6
1908 ---- 54.61 53.2! 67.7| 73.81 75.21 78.41 80.2! 80.41 76.31 67.0] 63.6 60.81 69.3
1909 .----- 59.2! 58.21 63.61 69.8 73.81 80.41 80.8! 81.71 77.01 70.2 64.81 51.4 69.2
1910 .... 0 53.0! 55.21 64.6! 67.91 74.91 78.8! 81.0! 80.51 78.61 72.0 59.51 50.8 68.1
1911 -.... 58.2! 61.01 64.31 70.01 73.71 82.41 81.01 80.61 81.5i 75.91 61.91 60.21 70.9
1912 ----- 1 52.61 52.51 62.61 70.81 77.61 78.21 81.8! 81.81 81.0 73.21 59.61 59.81 69.3
1913 .. 1 63.61 58.4! 64.81 67.31 74.31 78.3 82.3! 80.8! 77.3 69.21 63.21 58.21 69.8
1914 ... .1- 55.21 55.3 57.71 70.11 74.81 82.81 82.01 82.01 77.21 71.51 61.61 54.61 68.7
1915 .. 1 54.61 55.61 55.81 66.91 77.81 79.8 81.81 82.81 79.8! 73.41 66.0 53.81 69.0
1916 ......1 62.41 57.21 59.51 67.01 75.6] 79.4 80.41 81.61 76.81 69.51 63.1 58.0| 69.2
1917 --- 1 61.2| 56.81 65.61 69.61 73.11 79.21 81.01 81.21 75.91 67.0] 58.01 48.41 68.1
1918 50.0| 62.81 67.61 67.01 74.21 79.81 79.0! 81.21 75.8! 74.51 60.41 58.2 69.2
1919 ----- 1 55.31 57.61 63.81 67.31 74.81 77.4t 81.01 81.51 77.41 78.61 66.6! 56.1 69.8
1920 ....... 57.31 53.91 59.51 68.81 71.91 78.6! 80.21 80.61 78.81 68.81 61.61 55.41 68.0
1921 |--- 1 58.01 59.61 70.0T 67.81 72.91 80.01 79.41 80.51 81.6 69.21 65.8! 59.7! 70.4
1922 -.- 1 53.41 62.01 64.81 71.41 76.41 80.01 82.01 78.81 76.81 72.61 64.8 61.6 70.4
1923- 59.21 58.0] 64.61 69.21 72.31 78.81 80.0j 81.91 78.6 69.91 59.61 61.8! 69.5
1924 ...... 53.71 54.61 58.21 67.71 74.01 81.21 81.2 82.21 77.2 68.41 62.4! 58.4! 68.3
1925 ..... .. 58.61 60.21 64.01 69.01 72.51 79.4] 82.21 80.21 83.21 72.61 60.01 54.1 69.7
1926- 54.21 58.01 58.01 66.61 73.81 79.01 80.21 82.21 79.2 72.01 60.0! 60.91 68.6
1927 ----- 55.6] 64.91 64.21 71.0] 76.71 81.2 81.21 81.01 78.5 71.81 65.71 55.6 70.6
1928 ------ 52.51 57.01 63.81 66.61 71.61 79.0 81.51 81.01 77.5! 72.71 61.01 55.6 68.3
1929 .-..-. 59.51 59.11 66.81 71.41 74.61 77.6 79.6! 80.81 77,21 70.41 65.01 55.2 69.8
1930 ........ 57.01 60.81 58.71 68.81 75.71 76.9 82.81 79.81 81.01 67.8 60.6 51.1 68.4
1931 .... 1 53.61 56.41 57.8] 65.81 73.21 79.6 83.81 80.81 80.0 72.9 66.4 67.61 69.8
1932 64.21 66.01 59.21 68.71 74.91 78.8 34.01 81.2! 78.0 71.51 60.01 62.7 70.8
1933 59.41 59.8 62.4! 67.41 78.61 79.0 81.0 82.01 82.1 72.01 61.01 63.0 70.6
1934--- 58.01 54.2 61.41 69.51 74.01 80.71 82.5 82.21 79.2 73.01 64.31 55.7 69.6
-- I I i 81 78.5 56.5 69.3
Means 55.81 57.9162.8 68.6 74.9 79.91. 81.578.5 70.81 62.3 565 9.3
I I '1 i i I I I 'I

FROST DATA
Last killing frost in spring, 1934 ----------- Mar. 11
First killing frost in autumn, 1934 .....-------Dec. 8
Average date of last killing frost in spring Feb. 18
Average date of first killing frost in autumn -- De-. 8
Latest date of killing frost in spring April 10. 1918
Earliest date of killing frost in autumn .--. ------ Nov 12. 1394!
*Also in earlier years.
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