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Daytona SeaBreeze Daytona Beach Ormond in the Halifax Country Florida
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The Heart of Sunnyland �D Daytona and the Halifax Country
4 HE UNITED STATES is noted for its recreation places, summer and winter. Situated with-
in its confines are many summer and winter resorts, which, with their appeal of water,
climate and recreation facilities, annually draw millions from every nook and corner of
this glorious Republic. These resorts have become famous for the diversity and magnifi-
cence of their attractions, and compare favorably with the resort centers of the world.

These resorts, though, with their diversified
appeals, are limited in their attractions because
of the fact that they are either summer or win-
ter playground centers. Go where you will, to
the famed Rockies of the Middle West, to the
Canadian playgrounds, to the charms of New
England, to the Pacific Coast from Vancouver
to San Diego, and you will find only the limited
appeal of either a winter or summer playground.
But in Florida, you will find them all in
abundance. The charm of the semitropics has
made Florida the winter recreation ground of
the American people. The same charm and
appeal is making Florida the summer play-
ground. From every State in the Union, in-
cluding California, they come to play through
the sun-warmed winters and the ocean-cooled
summers of this balmy peninsula.
When visitors come to Florida, they select for
themselves a place to stay where the magic trop-
ical sunshine and scenery meet their desires-
where progressive people have prepared for them
a welcome with all modern conveniences, ample

facilities for recreation, pleasant surroundings,
and congenial people with whom to associate.
In this God-favored land, which has long
been known as a winter playground, its appeals
and attractions have served as the magnet to
draw millions to the Land of Flowers. Its fame
has been carried on the four winds to every
civilized country; its appeals have been told and
retold to every civilized nation. Today Florida
is known as a winter resort without compare.
But its summer appeal has never been ap-
preciated. Those who have come in the winter
have, unfortunately for themselves, failed to
remain to enjoy what the commonwealth offers
as a summer playground, while its citizens have
been altogether too modest in singing the
praises of their benefactions.
SUnusual Advantages
The great State offers untold advantages for
summer recreation. Up and down the East
Coast, beach resorts shout their appeal of pleas-
ure and comfort. From Atlantic and Pablo

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beaches, near Jacksonville, down through the beaches of St. Augustine,
Ormond, Seabreeze, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna, Cocoa, Titusville, Ft.
Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Miami, advantages that can be found in no
other place in the world abound. Along the West Coast in St. Petersburg, ,
Tampa, Sarasota, Bradentown, Tarpon Springs, and many other equally - _
favored communities can be found the charms and recreations that have --'
placed Florida in a position where it takes second place to no other section. r
.- Halifax Cities Incomparable
The cities of the Halifax community combine all of the appeals that may --
be fund individually in the various resort centers of the State. Rare indeed
/ is there a community which combines the necessary requisites
/ -for both summer and winter recreation as this community.
SL):i-yron. Seabreeze. Dayitona Beach. O)rmond an.d Oriniond
Beach. and Port Oran.'e. tlhe incorporated cities; w-lhich com-
,l pri-e this favored community, stretchin.- alon- the banks of
^(I.l ev the be:autifu l Halifax Ri\er. and touchin.- the maijei tic Atl, n tic.
-'. uccupV an\I ein iable po-.itrion anmoni the resorts of the \world.
1 i hev combine all tho-e thin'-s which h o to make for ideal home
l i Iife durin.l the Unirine and \\inter.
-- '*'' * ,". The Hii lita:\ Cou-intry appeals e\ en more s .:a u a Iin e re-ort
Lla than it does as a \\inter resort. This
section possesses ad\.ntag'e_ pe-
k-'. .- .. ,Tt culiar to itself and rd hared by no
IV I ical location.mT\- it nunit ble Uli-ed
t ' States. ir recreti nal facil-


ities, its health conditions, its pure water, its natural beauty. While all of
.i these stand pre-eminent, perhaps the most prominent is that of its equable
" . *. , climate. For twelve months in the year the people of the Halifax Country
i . live most comfortably and enjoy the advantages denied to less favored
Communities. Many factors enter into the making of this equable climate
and of these, the greatest are the trade winds which are continually blow-
' -- ing, and which temperthe climate, while other sections are sweltering under
the heat. Sunstrokes are unknown to the Halifax Country. The year-
round range of the thermometer is less than in any other community.
" Rarely in the summer does the thermometer go above 90, and even then
the tempering breezes leave the impression of a much lower thermometer.
In the winter time, during the most disagreeable weather, the thermometer rarely goes below 40,
g-ivine a ranee of less than o5 degrees the year round. There
is no record of :any he:r prot'irarion in Florida.
A physical factor that has much to do \\ith rlhec trade
winds is the fact that lDytonna and the other citrie, of the I-ali-
fax: C(ou ntry are locared on the narro-est part of the peninu il:a.
FIrom the Atlantic Coa-t to the (ulf of Nle: :ico, :s the crow\\
flie-. i1 a little more than o00 miler: thu, pro\ idini . a ion:.tanr
.iurrenr of air betw'-een the tMo - great bodie( of Av.irer in the un-
eieain - effort to equalize temperatures and --ive Da rona it,
cooling! breeze,. Withtherear -\lt antic
()cean and Halitax Ri e:r rctinr:, as
"water eqLaI izer. t it i ery e:i
10 onder-tanid \\lh\- tlie Hafilf:::..

'a leclimate. It ;s onl If
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ognized nationally as one of the leading summer resorts of the United
States. Re-enforcing its remarkable climate are many other advantages,
any one of which would be considered a distinct asset in any community. .'"
SFinest Beach in the World
It is generally recognized that the beach, on which borders Daytona i,
Beach, Seabreeze and Ormond, is the most remarkable in the world; with
its wonderful 30-mile stretch, 500 feet wide during low tide, it offers recre- -
ation facilities, the equal of which cannot be found anywhere. On this
beach the speed records of the world have been made, and it was here that '
the remarkable record of three miles in less than one minute was made.
The beach offers unusual bathing advantages, and because of the nature of the beach, it is per-
fectly safe for even the smallest child.
The Halifax cities have the best drinking waterr in Florida.
It is because of the purity of the water that the health condi-
tions in this section far surpass those in any other Southern
community. To the uninformed, this statement ma\i seem an
exag-geration, but to those \\ ho hale visited the Southern co01-
munities, it is an undeniable fact.
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the Halifax Country are eas.il\y reached from an\
point in the North, the Seaboard Air
Line, Atlantic Coast Line,South-
ern aind Geor.-ia & Southern
R:ail a I\\l s, as \\ ell as the Clyde
.+.- ,ind lMerchants & MIiners
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The Halifax commuT ilty d-eve-lpilent 1ha been conler\ a-
rive, but st tadv and sLure. \ itihinl the pas -t r\ -) 'ear' bulildin-'
a d ii Ibu rba n developmelnnt ha' .'re- r -
! incrca-,Cd, last -\ ear slio\Iin.'
o100'' l-lore \vol1ill than th
pre\ iousw ear. The additions
under w:y- are exceptionally W
hi-'li-class in plan, park COln- ' .
dtructio1and zunin-'. In lile - I.:
with thin detx\e!opnment. '

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sonville with the Florida East Coast Railway. Your ticket agent will
make your connections with these lines and sell you a ticket from your
home to Daytona. The main trunk of the Dixie Highway also passes
through Daytona, which is the pivotal point of the Florida East Coast, the
only point between Jacksonville and West Palm Beach from which the
interior and West Coast can be reached by highway. Daytona is within a
day's drive of every important point in the State. Bus lines on regular
schedule and cars for hire carry to the interior and all points on the East
.. '-- . Coast every day in the year.
S -The Halifax River connects Daytona with an Inland Waterway with
a minimum depth of four feet, providing navigation to light craft, yachts
and house-boats. During the winter season scores of these light-water craft from practically every
Atlantic seaport toMiami.on a cruiseof the East and the South
Florida Keyi . accept \\ harf t.'e :t the Halifax River Y\i ht Club !
at Da vtona. T\\ i boat vardc -2i\re all necesarxy :erv ice tou achr s.
About 7,500 acre>, ch u.e in, under Imodern draina.e. are
J\ allablc for citrus - , i t a ll fruit and \\ ii ter \ -1rile culti\ a1 on. 011.
Prospctivt i-.rou crs shiIould in\ e-rti-at- tlii- Ianld.
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x c penlei.I ill :I .\ r:e-fr 1n r public park practica:ll\ a mile hln.
S011 Lile i' t-r-front. \\ iri Iie colplctiOn O-f hi s iwork, \ hich 1i
I' - ll iJ.d cll \;. ,. 1 ).; Ii11.i li \\ lat\ tile 1lic-r -wonderful niiid
picture-ti le \:il er-Ifrnir:l . [' o nu 1iii'ulir' -in rhe Linited Si Ite,.
.I The :oLni ,l l . \ -et. :2.4 00.000o for pub lilc imp:rovemenrts
.dumi l' ti le IB.t he ,r.
I _,-LTh pu-i'ibitli- oit hlih-la - and protirabllc de cluhpinent in
he I - al ifx -,Iuntr r e not con iined
r.: thile toii ns and their immediate
1 , a \ rirfun. The hole 'ecrion
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al 1. rI\er - hcort-line, ,, here
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for city-buildint- not excelled in any section of the country.
It is oncl a question of time until thi- entire Jisrricr \\ill be
built into ai city, 'tretchiil. :alon-, the Atlantic for more than
tvwentr minile.e. A pe A.ccor oi io
Arnjple Ac'comrnmodiaiawns
The cities of the H:Alilf:..: commun-Lit , oflei ever advanta.-,e
:o0 lolme-,eelcr, plcaiunrJr-,cel-ers , n in' etors. No mat rer
\ihat the ie ire mnai be. thle deln11.111n - 11e filled iIn tlis c m-
:iLunity. For thle hlome--eeler-, the Lities i the Halifa: coni-
:1nnit v olTer num.ero ni.1 home. -t
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commodations that will meet the demands of all, no matter how modest
or how exacting. More than sixty (60) hotels varying in prices to suit
every pocketbook are at the services of our visitors, while the boarding
houses are enabled to meet the demands of all who may come. "
Recreation, Sports i:
Three eighteen-hole golf courses with grass greens are available at nom-
inal rates to non-members: The Daytona Golf and Country Club courses,
Captain Charles Clarke, professional, Myrtie Freeman, Secretary; Claren-
don Golf course, Seabreeze, A. J. Christy, professional, E. L. Kincaid, sec- -
retary; Ormond Beach Club course, William Potts, professional, L. R.
Johnston, secretary. All courses are easily accessible. In BurgoynePark at Daytona andPeabody
Park at Daytona Beach. space is provided for roque. horseshoe
pitchinZ, shuIfle-bhoard and bo, lin i on the :2reen. Tables artc
provided in the cai nio and clubhouse for card, che-s alnd
checker players. River. ocean pier. inlet and open :ea furniTh
:rood ftlhin- for channel IUbiss, bluetfih., sea trout, pompanii,i. red
inapper, red sea b:,,, sha 1rk and other :ame fi-hi. Bi.-mur ili
black bat-.: art- cau.hr in Spruce Creek aind the Tomoiika River
Surf-bhathin_ on "a inir\elous white sand beach afford- p'a-
time ever\- i, in the year. Th-e beach is the fastest strai l.h
aI"utoi1obile speedway in the w, world. a
speed Of ISo mile- per hour Iht\ain'
been ,tficiall- recorded on thi.
beach. \-inter 1nd suilimer
V, iiiuorir races here attract iar-ec
croui s. Coiulin erc at air-
-, plaine- are for hire on the
Si' beach, which is a safe lind-
Sinl.. field.


S Drives-Five hundred feet wide at low tide, the beach is a hard-surfaced
automobile drive four hours before and after low tide from Ormond Beach
S'to the inlet, a distance of twenty miles. Paved streets and hard-surfaced
roads invite motorists to delightful drives through picturesque town and
-- country. Points of interest to be seen include the lighthouse inlet, where
thousands of water birds may be seen, protected by the Halifax River Fed-
eral Game Reservation; mysterious shell mounds from which may be had
S"a fine view of the surrounding country and Rose Bay; the ruins of the old
Spanish sugar mill at Port Orange; The Casements, John D. Rockefeller's
home at Ormond Beach; old Spanish ruins at New Smyrna and stone-lined
canals with which Turnbull drained his sugar, rice and indigo plantations
during his Spanish and Minorcan colonizing experiment prior to the Revolutionary War.
Passenger boats make river excursions to Sunset Park, up
the Tomoka, do\ n the Halifax River to tOhe Inlet, and to St.
AIuustine. Small po\er boats are for hire for river trip s.
Ent ert.ai n ent . ,'
Dai-tona Beach is the home of the Florida Forum and As-
semnbl.- affiliated \vith the A-.-mblies at Chautauqua, N. Y..
and \Vinona Lake, Ind. This is the -.reatest institution of its
kind in the South. The .-eneral pro-ram feature., speakers and
thinkers of national reputation, and entertainment of a hi-'h
order. The artistt ' Course section
of the program includes artists of
internationalI reputat ion. The
Forum and A-\sembly courses
open ea rlv in Jalnuarv, clobs-
in in A.\pril.but the Peabodi -
.-\uditorium is open for pic-
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entertainments all winter. Free band concerts are given twice daily in the '
Casino at Daytona. Public dances and card parties are also held here.
Informal affairs are given nearly every day in Peabody clubhouse. -The . " "
poultry show and Halifax Country products exhibit are mid-season events
of interest. Moving picture houses show the latest reels, one of them fea- -
turing road companies in popular plays. Many of the hotels entertain
their guests with dinner dances, music and card parties. - -y.
Clubs, Societies - - N '
The Tourist Club, with a membership representing many States, fosters '
pleasant relations among winter visitors and gives a number of social affairs
and entertainments. States are represented by social clubs. Other clubs with out-of-town mem-
bers or affiliations are: The Palmetto, Peninsular, and Busi-
- . --" 1* 1 -- ne.-. e ,nd Pr es': ioi:,il \\omen's C'lut,. Rota ry. Lions and
i iw alnis. l'lks. N Maons. MNIooe. Odd Fello KiCs, Kni.hts of
S . " .. ' " Columnlbu. Pcininsulair. C'I\i Le.a:-ue American Le-'ion and
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Public Hi-'h Schools at Daytona, D)a\tonai Beach aniid Sea-
breeze aire accredired. Public school are open to out-of-Start
nupil.s tuition char-ed, 54.00 per
month up to and inclu din _ the
tfou)L rth -rade i5s.oo for the tift l
to ei-hth .-rade&. incluive"e
$6.00o for the htIh sch,1,,l.
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give academic and special courses. Kindergartens are available. TheDay-
tona Normal and Industrial School, co-educational, for negroes, was
founded by an educated negro woman, Mary McLeod Bethune, the pres-
ent principal, and is nationally known. Every winter this school gives a
series of musical entertainments that attract many visitors and residents.

The Daytona Chamber of Commerce is always at the service of visitors,
whether they come for pleasure or business. Address inquiries to the Day-
tona Chamber of Commerce, concerning Daytona, Daytona Beach, Sea-
breeze, Ormond, Ormond Beach and Port Orange, or call at its office, Mag-
nolia Avenue, Daytona, for any service.


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