Group Title: Monuments & memorials : points of interest
Title: Monuments & memorials
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 Material Information
Title: Monuments & memorials points of interest
Alternate Title: Monuments and memorials
Monuments & memorials Deland
Physical Description: 5 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Trainor, A. W
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1936]
 Subjects
Subject: Monuments -- Florida -- Volusia County   ( lcsh )
History -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: bibliography   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical reference (leaf 5)
Statement of Responsibility: by A. W. Trainor ; edited by A. W. T.
General Note: "Federal Writers' Project, 209 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach, Florida."
General Note: Caption title.
General Note: "April 22, 1936"--Leaf 5
General Note: Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00055563
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025568
oclc - 32947656
notis - AKL3136

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VOLUSIA COi~TY


NMO=MNHT 'a MEMORIALS


TB:. CARPEGIE-ALMPSOI LIBRARY

DELAND PUBLIC L.I-aAHY-

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DELAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

VETEURAN8 MEMORIAL


The Ocrnegie~-Wamaeon Librqry

.,The cain builldn; of this library and

its annex la located bn the anmpus of stetson University,
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an4 serves a a branch Of that institution The aain

building, two-stpry structure 50* x 150, housing the

Sampson Library on the first floor, provides sorority

Zni class rooms for women students. It is. the gift of

Anrew Ornegie The annoa, nin.ed for Mr. C. T. Saup-

son nf :ashington, D. 0.. the donor of the library,

hoae" t she government documents on the first floor *,and

provide spaoioue reroding rooms on the seoondl. Thirty-

six theo'fand volumes," as well as virtually complete sets

of. all the leadin.m.Aerican and english ragasince and

revioe, -comprIse the library. The cooum.entary Cep-,rt-

ment serves na the Un1itcd States Derceitory for the

State of Florida. with 11,000 volumes. Hours aresfroo

7330-A.Ml to 10100 P.M.


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DeLand Public Library

Organized in 1912, the DeLand Public Library
association maintained a library in a room in the Stewart,
Bldg. until 1918, when it was transferred by ordinance to
the municipality.. It then bedame the DeLand.Free.Puotoli
Library, later moving to the Chamber of Comoeroe Bids. in
1022, then t^ its present location at 4419 New York Ave.
This is 4 blocks ela.t of the Four .orners. Tnal last '
.iove was mnjde in 1932, whon the present building was given
the olty by.aeward Baker. In recognition of this, it
was designated as a memorial in his name, The library con-
tains 13,000 volumes and sucr-ibcs to numerous periodicals
and newspapers.o reference department of more than 2,000D
volumes and 649 volumes of bound periodicals are available.
Facilities are free .to tax-paycrs and residents, while
visitors and temporaryy residents may secure oards for 31.00 -
per year. Hours are daily except Suudays and holidays' 10-
12 A.U. and 2-0 P.L.

nfulley L.cmorial Toner"
S\ red brick campnile,. 1poated on the ompus

of Stetaon University, faces n. T.oodland Blvd. This 80'
torer was presented to the University as a memorial to )r.
Lincoln rlloy ndli his wife, Eloise. Dr. Hully was the
-latc preo:ldent of the UTalversity. A yeal of bells., ;noan
Sas the Eloi-e chllac, .was installed in the.tower by people
That were frequent .attendant of the veeper services held
at steteon. Distance from Four Corners 3 blocks north on
.N. neodland Blvd., east side.







Daytona Behioh, Flal" .


..LARD YEMOMIAL HOSPITAL

The DeLand Memorial Hospital, a granite-

finished stuooo building of two-atory height is located

on a rise of land on North Stone St.botween ..-. Jioh and.

TV. lisoonsin Aves., 8 blooks northwest of the Four

,Corners. An excellent view is obtained from all rcoms

and disolosee rolling pine-covered surroundilns3. ll

rooms are outside roomig. Tho institution was founded in

1921, the present site being provided as a memorial for
Oharles Edward Smiley, sdn of Mr. and !:rs. George R.

8*miley, of Uinnewaska, I.. Y .

; There are no endounants supporting the .

hooital ino it is under the Cirection of the board of

.tunagers. There are 26 bods, of which are.looated in

2 wards of 3 beds each, and the b4aanoe in private rooms.

Hospiltalization ra.teo are froOn 5'to '6

-;:ar 'day. ITo pdcial clinics are held und general prac-

tice* is the rule. Due to the small s.ie of the inotit-

tution, it has not been possible to instMll a rnuse's

trainingg soihqol.

A bronze tabjet coramnmorating the deathl

of V.-arles toward baileyy is-placod on the .lI of the

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Located on the mall In the lobby of -the

Demand ?.ecoria Hospital,- N. Stone St., between 17. Rich

and Wl. !isoonsin Ayes., As a-bronwe plaqueaommomoratinglg

the men who -oerved In the T1orld Follovying is the

Inscriptions


Thija InL20 0 4-ctoO.

To' 71onor T.1W :.n Of

Volusil Oounty

Who eorvcd -In -the porl'd r

An .n1'Loving Iecammbrance

Of thoge io M nmIeG T40o

sup3eul Saorifiae.


Harzold 4'" Ovuld

Paul L. Hon

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Charles C.' Leonardy

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