Title: Orlando, Orange County, Florida
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Title: Orlando, Orange County, Florida
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 13 x 17 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Orlando Board of Trade -- Advertising Committee
Publisher: The Committee
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Publication Date: 19--?]
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Subject: History -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00055174
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ORANGE COUNTY COURT HOUSE.
LAKE BOLA IN THE DISTANCE.


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ORLANDO,

Orange County, Florida,



Climate-Churches-Roads,
JSITORS to Florida and seekers after pleasant homes
in the South will find this a thriving young city
located midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the
Gulf of Mexico, in a high pine region, dotted with
hundreds of lakes of the purest and softest water.
A clear, dry, equable climate, with an average temperature
of 68.6 from December to May. Churches of all denominations *









graded public schools and two academies, under the auspices of
the Catholic and Episcopal denominations respectively; well-paved
streets and one hundred miles of modern improved highways.
unsurpassed for automobiling, wheeling and carriage driving.

Water-Light-Industries.

The purest water for domestic purposes, coming from a
deep spring lake, is. by actual chemical analysis. Hs per cent.
pure.
Electric lights, gas, water works, ice plants. manufacturing
industries, orange groves, fancy pineapples, .fresh vegetables
all the year round: strawberries six months in the year: fresh
milk in abundance: well stocked stores: progressive business
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Public Buildings.

The finest court house in Florida, and a county out of debt;
best equipped hospital in the state, with skillful physicians and
trained nurses; a dozen lakes, surrounded by beautiful homes,
within the corporate limits.

Clubs-Amusements.

A board of trade, several improvement associations; commo-
dious club houses; musical clubs; the only polo club south of Cam-
den, S. C.; a modern race course, with weekly trotting matinees
during the winter season, under the auspices of the Orlando
Driving Park Association, open to all visitors free of admission;
abundance of game and fine fishing within easy reach of the city;
no mosquitos; no malaria,























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Hotels-Boarding-Houses.

Up-to-date hotels and boarding-houses; good restaurants; first
class bakeries: desirable furnished and unfurnished cottages for
rent, rooms for light housekeeping.

A Clean City,

Orlando is a clean city. Its population is cosmopolitan and
progressive. It is situated in the heart of the Florida Peninsula,
in the center of the popular orange and pineapple belt. It is sur-
rounded by a country admirably adapted to vegetable farming,
dairying and small fruit growing. It is a region of charming lakes
and lovely country homes.















ORANGE AVENUE, LOOKING NORTH.


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Thrifty Conditions.

The spirit of improvement and progress is abroad in the city
and surrounding country. New homes are being made and old
ones are being improved. Farming and residence property is
advancing in value, and the population is increasing through ac-
cessions from the states lying further north.
If you contemplate a trip to the South, put Orlando down as
your objective point.
























































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ADVERTISING COMMITTEE

OF THE

ORLANDO BOARD OF TRADE


JOSEPH L. GUERNSEY, Chairman,
H. L. BEEMAN,
A. MACCALLUM,


JAs. L. GILES, Secretary,
S. Y. WAY.
H. H. DICKSON.

















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RESIDENCE ON LAKE LUCERNE




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